The CW has released the official synopsis for The Vampire Diaries: The Five (EP404), airing Thursday, November 1st on the CW. Highlight for spoilers:
A FRAT PARTY AND A FLASHBACK TO 12TH CENTURY ITALY — Damon (Ian Somerhalder) goes with Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) to visit Whitmore College, where Professor Shane (guest star David Alpay, “The Borgias”) is taking over the Occult Studies classes formerly taught by Bonnie’s grandmother. At a fraternity costume party, Damon takes advantage of the wild scene to give Elena a lesson in choosing a victim. Rebekah’s (Claire Holt) attempt to buy Matt’s (Zach Roerig) forgiveness falls flat, but she is intrigued by unexpected news from Klaus (Joseph Morgan). When Stefan (Paul Wesley) questions Klaus about Connor’s (guest star Todd Williams) motives, Klaus reveals a long-ago encounter with a powerful group of vampire hunters, but it’s Rebekah who delivers the information that stuns Stefan.
The episode was written by Brett Matthews and Rebecca Sonnenshine and directed by Joshua Butler.
The CW has released the official synopsis for The Vampire Diaries: Homecoming (EP309). The episode airs Thursday, November 10th. Highlight for spoilers or head to the Episode Index:
ROCK BAND MY MORNING JACKET PERFORMS — On the night of the Homecoming dance, Rebekah (guest star Claire Holt) opens up to Elena (Nina Dobrev) about why the evening is so important to her, leaving Elena with conflicting emotions. Caroline (Candice Accola) and Matt (Zach Roerig) are both shocked at Tyler’s (Michael Trevino) behavior throughout the evening. The night takes a surreal turn when Klaus (Joseph Morgan) puts his latest plan into action. Determined to outsmart Klaus, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) enters into a dangerous partnership, leading to a terrifying turn of events. The band My Morning Jacket performs in the party scenes. Paul Wesley and Kat Graham also star.
The episode was directed by Joshua Butler and written by Evan Bleiweiss.
Excuse us as we LOSE OUR MINDS over this My Morning Jacket news.
Two new Mystic Diaries videos are up, this time featuring Nina Dobrev (again, busy lady!) and in his very first MD appearance, Mr. Matt Davis. With additional appearances by Sara Canning, Klaus director Joshua Butler, Paul Wesley (there is a hilarious Irish-Welsh-Scottish-Italian-French-German accent battle that veers dangerously close to Bill Cosby territory, and a click-o-the-heels!), Kat Graham, and Ian Somerhalder. Oh, and most importantly, the craft services truck and Lynx the Kitty Cat. Click the screencaps to watch the videos over at cwtv.com (international fans can view them).
The CW has revealed the title and synopsis for the episode Vampire Diaries fans have been waiting all season for – Klaus (EP219) airs Thursday, April 21st. And guess what? Flashbacks! Highlight for spoilers:
KLAUS (GUEST STAR JOSEPH MORGAN, “BEN HUR”) IS REVEALED — Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) are furious when they discover that Elena (Nina Dobrev) has defied them both to make a new ally and take control of the plan to out-maneuver Klaus (Morgan). Disagreement over how to protect Elena leads to growing tension between the Salvatore brothers. Meanwhile, Stefan has his hands full trying to keep a confused and frightened Jenna (Sara Canning) safe. Flashbacks to 1491 reveal Katherine’s (Nina Dobrev) introduction to Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Klaus, along with the origin of the moonstone curse. Elena learns shocking new information about Klaus’ motives. Matt Davis also stars.
Joshua Butler directed the episode written by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec.
Thanks to the CW, we have the official synopsis for Daddy Issues (EP213), airing February 3rd. This episode marks the return of David Anders as John Gilbert. Highlight for spoilers:
CHOOSING SIDES — Johnathan Gilbert’s (guest star David Anders) return to Mystic Falls comes as an unhappy surprise to Elena, Jenna and Damon. Caroline lets Stefan know about her conversation with Tyler, and Stefan does his best to reach out to a confused and conflicted Tyler. Jeremy comforts Bonnie after her disturbing conversation with Jonas (guest star Randy Goodwin). When Jules (guest star Michaela McManus) takes a hostage, the situation quickly escalates into a violent confrontation.
The episode was directed by Joshua Butler and written by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec.