Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 Everyone deals with this development in
a different way. Klaus un-daggers Rebekah and swears that his mother will never
destroy him. Jamie goes home with Bonnie and stays the night. Matt and Jeremy
go to drown their sorrows. Elena frantically begins clearing Ric's weapons out
of his classroom, only stopping when Stefan asks her to come with him.
He leads her to the empty gym, still covered in decorations. There, he gives
a heartfelt speech about how this is where they were when Klaus compelled him
to turn his feelings off-but despite everything, Elena kept believing in him.
She sobs that now that Alaric is gone, she has nobody; "You have me," he tells
her before drawing her in close.
Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 Ric's alone in the crypt until Damon-who's been
gently nudged by Dr. Meredith-comes in with a bottle of bourbon. The two enjoy
one last bro-down before Ric slumps into a sleep he'll seemingly never come out
of. Damon finally gets up to go, but as he's leaving, he's surprised by another
presence: Bonnie. Esther has appeared to her in a dream; it's not clear whether
she's compelled or acting of her own volition, but either way, she's arrived at
the tomb with the now-indestructible white oak stake.
Bonnie goes to Ric and stabs her hand with the stake. Then she feeds her
blood to Ric-and moments later, he springs alive again and bites her in the
neck. Looks like Ric is now officially a super-strong, vampire hunting vampire...
and he is not happy.
Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 What do you think will happen next? Are
you excited to see Ric as the villain of the show? Do you think Bonnie helped
him turn on purpose, or was Esther just using her? And what do you think this
all means for Klaus?
It's the return of our favourite teen vampire series, and everyone's
seemingly spent their summer in the land of denial. We join the characters
pretty much where we left them. Stefan's off gallivanting with Klaus, leaving
Elena in the not entirely comforting arms of Damon, and Caroline and Tyler are
still exploring how far the whole mortal-enemies thing can stretch. Oh, and
Jeremy's still going through his Sixth Sense period. Ain't The Vampire Diaries
Season 4 Episode 2 puberty a bitch?
Like all the best episodes of The Vampire Diaries, we get a great horror
movie-style beginning, which sets the scene for Klaus and Stefan's reign of
terror this season. And they're still not pulling any punches. Stefan's gone to
the dark side, and we're not talking just a little bit nasty, we're talking
full-on Angelus-style evil. Too bad he doesn't look like he's having as much
fun as David Boreanez was back in Buffy. A particularly nice moment comes when
Damon explains his brother's penchant for putting his victims back together
again. It makes him feel less guilty, apparently.
Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 We soon learn that Rick's been sleeping on Elena
and Jeremy's couch over the summer - I bet the school board would be really
chuffed to hear that - while the spurned girlfriend in Elena has been looking
for Stefan since he disappeared.
When a new lead arises, she goes to find Damon, who's enjoying some
surprisingly consensual domestic bliss with Andie. I have to admit, one of the
more risqué and potentially objectionable things about the show has been the
compelled girlfriends subplot, and it seems they're trying to pull it back for
the sake of Damon's humanity.
Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 There's a lack of Elena and Damon romance this
week that I find strangely comforting, as it's always a worry when a love triangle
overtakes the fantasy of a show like this. Most viewers support one brother or
the other, but the writers have done a good job keeping the soap opera elements
subordinate in the past. Let's hope they keep it that way again this year. But
don't get me wrong, it's great that the relationship seems to be evolving, and
the pair act like an old married couple through the majority of 42-minutes.
Another twosome in complete denial are Caroline and Tyler who, we're
informed early on, aren't actually a couple yet. The two got a lot of fan
support last year, which probably The Vampire
Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 led the writers to explore the relationship more
than anything else. It's a fun and light-hearted story to follow this week, as
they skirt around each other, despite their heightened supernatural 'urges'.
Another fun part of the episode was Matt and Jeremy's weed-fuelled bonding
session, followed by munchies and visions of dead relatives.
But the most exciting thing about the episode was the potential for Stefan
the ripper and all that could entail. Viewers might be excited about
showrunner's assurances of an Elena/Damon romance, but the suggestion of what
the kinder, gentler brother could actually be capable of is more than a little
intriguing. Stefan's always been interesting in The Vampire Diaries Season
4 Episode 2 his extremely passive-aggressive need to be liked, and now he's
let the beast roam free, it'll be an interesting watch.
Let's hope it's not resolved too soon, as it sounds like a whole load of
fun. First impressions mean a lot in television, and that's why writers,
producers, studios, networks, etc. put more time, effort and money into pilots
than they do just about any other episode that could possibly be made.
Obviously though, not all pilots are good - most are just mediocre and many are
terrible - but the ingredients for a successful series remain, bubbling beneath
the surface. Some of television's most curious cases see great series come from
pretty tepid pilot episodes. In the next five Test Pilot entries, we will
explore a The
Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 few of these cases of Bad Pilot, Good
Series and think about what important changes each series made from one step to
Hello there. We have reached the end of our exploration of problematic
pilots for eventually-good series and as always, I want to thank those who
joined me. Props to David Loehr, Josh Spiegel, Thomas Wachtel, Les Chappell and
today's guest, Austin Morris.
Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 In any event, we conclude this theme
with a look at another one of the more notable and more recent examples of this
phenomenon, The Vampire Diaries. The CW drama series began as an obvious-and
frankly, quite shameless-attempt to cash in on the Twilight wave but quite
quickly became something more and better. However, I think the struggles and
transitions that TVD went through are part of its particular origins and
existence and therefore make it a different case study for our larger