Here’s the extended promo for next week’s new episode of The Vampire Diaries, Dead Man on Campus (EP508), set to air on Thursday, November 21 at 8/7c.
Here’s the first promo for Dead Man on Campus (EP508), which will air on Thursday, November 21st at 8/7c.
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With learning how to spell ‘doppelganger’ not really working out for him, Damon starts plotting something new. Bonnie and Jeremy have some hope with their tragic no-touchy predicament, and Stefan will be making heartbreaking confessions to Damon and Elena. At least, we think it’s Stefan. And probably Elena. Right? RIGHT? Oh, for… we need to start tagging these damn doppelgangers!
Once you’ve seen the episode and shaken yourself back to reality, swing by here to rate the new episode of The Vampire Diaries. All discussion about the episode is welcomed and encouraged in the comments of this post.
Quick guide to the poll: 5 Points = LOVE, 1 Point = MEH.
KSiteTV has a few images from The Cell (EP509), the December 5th episode of The Vampire Diaries. Check out an image below and see the rest at KSiteTV.
According to a TV Guide exclusive, Joseph Morgan is set to return to The Vampire Diaries for an episode as Klaus returns to Mystic Falls. No word yet on exactly when this crossover will happen. Why do you think Klaus is making the trip? Does it have to do with Caroline, or something else?
This show has so much death and so many young women that this title could mean anything, but hopefully we’ll find out some more about Katherine’s and Amara’s respective situations. (Or Bonnie’s. Or Tessa’s. We’ll see!) Death and the Maiden (EP507) premieres tonight on the CW at 8/7c.
(Looking for the list of posts from the week? You’ll now find it every Friday in the Friday Night Bites post.)
Prepare Yourself for Death and the Maiden:
- Read the synopsis
- See the episode stills
- Watch the short promo
- Watch the extended promo
- Watch the webclip
- Watch another webclip
What’s Next . . .
- Thursday, Nov. 21: The Vampire Diaries: Dead Man on Campus (EP508)
- Tuesday, Nov. 26: The Originals: The River in Reverse (EP108)
- Tuesday, Dec. 3: The Originals: Reigning Pain in New Orleans (EP109)
- Thursday, Dec. 5: The Vampire Diaries: The Cell (EP509)
Ready to watch Bloodletting (EP107) again? US fans can now download the episode from Amazon or iTunes. US fans can also watch the episode for free right now at the CW site.
In case you missed ‘em:
- Reaction Post & Poll: The Originals – Bloodletting (EP107)
- Promo for The Originals: The River in Reverse (EP108)
- Complete Songlist for The Originals: Bloodletting (EP107)
The CW has released the official synopsis for The Originals: Reigning Pain in New Orleans (EP109), airing Tuesday, December 3rd. Highlight for spoilers:
NEW ALLIANCES ARE FORMED — Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), deeply conflicted by recent events, is surprised when Klaus (Joseph Morgan) opens up to him about some of his past indiscretions. Cami (Leah Pipes) tries to make sense of cryptic messages she’s come across and is disturbed when she gains some insight into Klaus’ past. Meanwhile, in a surprising turn of events, the human faction takes matters into their own hands, resulting in a violent confrontation. Elsewhere, when Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) learns of a plan to harm the werewolves in the bayou, she turns to Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) for help. After heading to the bayou, they run into a werewolf named Eve (guest star Tasha Ames), who has information that leads them to a shocking discovery.
The episode was directed by Joshua Butler and written by Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson.
The CW has released the synopsis for The Vampire Diaries: The Cell (EP509). The episode airs Thursday, December 5 at 8/7c. Highlight for spoilers:
FLASHBACKS TO A DARK TIME IN DAMON’S LIFE - Stefan (Paul Wesley) continues to offer Katherine (Nina Dobrev) his support while trying to mask his own pain, until Caroline (Candice Accola) shows up with an unusual form of therapy. After trying to make amends with Caroline, Elena (Nina Dobrev) grows so concerned about Damon (Ian Somerhalder) that she turns to Aaron (guest star Shaun Sipos) for help. Later, when Damon tells Elena about a terrible ordeal in his past that he has kept secret for decades, she shares the disturbing information she just learned about her own family. Finally, Aaron decides on a desperate course of action after a conversation with Dr. Wes (guest star Rick Cosnett).
The episode was directed by Chris Grismer and written by Melinda Hsu Taylor.
My mom just made me pause #TVD so she could explain to my step-dad why every third person on the show has the same face. It was perfect.
— Melissa Mann (@PhantomRat) November 8, 2013
Previously on The Vampire Diaries a new partnership was born, and it was glorious. Forget mani-pedis, if you want to bond with a new girlfriend, torture is the way to go. This episode had a lot of other stuff going on in addition to some of the best smirk exchanges in the history of ever, so here are your recaps and twitter reactions for Handle With Care.
Tis the season for doppelgängers! As Damon and Jeremy try to bring Bonnie back from the Other Side by teaming up with Silas, while Tessa tries to subvert the plan and bug Elena for good measure, Handle with Care finds its life in the other doppelgänger’s storyline. Long-in-the-tooth Katherine and mystery-solving Caroline are the dynamic duo needed to save the day from doldrums.
Vampire Diaries In Review: Handle with Care (EP506) – Die Another Day
By Crissy Calhoun, Vampire-Diaries.Net
This episode was the Katherine and Caroline show all the way, I don’t care. Rest in peace all the rest of the plotlines because Katherine and Caroline TEAMED UP! How had this not happened before? Yeah, I realize they technically spent time together that one time when Katherine murdered Caroline, but it turns out they have a lot in common! In fact their scenes together were so good that I demand another spin-off. Get these ladies their own detective show stat! (‘Stat’ is terminology meaning ‘pronto’.) So good.
The Vampire Diaries “Handle With Care” Review: Ruthless & Toothless (PHOTO RECAP)
By Price Peterson, TV.com
Last week, I lamented over the many, many things happening on The Vampire Diaries right now that, while intermittently entertaining, lack any clear purpose or focus. “Handle With Care” did absolutely nothing to alleviate my concerns, but it did feature some delightful new character combinations, a surprise stabbing, and the escalation of the show’s Dobrev level, so at least that’s something.
By Carrie Raisler, TV.com