Previously on The Vampire Diaries, Damon, Elena and Rebekah were in a New York state of mind. Bonnie, on the other hand, was in some other state of mind, and that didn’t really work out very well for anyone. Before you buckle up for tomorrow night’s episode, catch up on Because The Night (EP417) with some recaps.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, BE AGGRESSIVE. B-E AGGRESSIVE. B-E A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E Aggressive!
You know what? We think Elena got the memo. In last week’s episode, she was B-Eing aggressive all over that cheer competition, to say nothing of how she behaved towards her friends. We’re not sure what to make of Elena’s new attitude yet, but one thing we do know: she sure as heck isn’t waiting around while people catch up. For anyone needing help with that, here are your Bring It On (EP416) recaps.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries…*sniffle*. You guys, Stand By Me (EP415) might as well be called “Cry All Night” because that’s pretty much what everyone did. Nobody around here likes a hiatus, but at least we all had time to see our therapists, right? Ugh, this show.
Hopefully everyone’s talked out their emotions, because we’ve got a new episode rolling in tomorrow night (Bring It On EP216). If you need to catch up or just want to relive all those feelings, now’s your chance!
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, the fandom did a lot of yelling at the TV. There aren’t too many things we can say about last week’s episode that won’t spoil it for those folks who haven’t seen it yet, but things went seriously sideways for our heroes. Hopefully these recaps will help you sort out all your feelings.
Crissy Calhoun will be doubling up her Down the Rabbit Hole and Stand By Me reviews, so check back next week for her mega-review.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, they went camping. They actually went camping. On the long list of life lessons these people have learned since the Salvatores came to Mystic Falls, isn’t “NEVER GO INTO THE WOODS.” near the top? Honestly, if Silas really can raise the dead, there’s going to be a whole crowd from the first three seasons who want a word with our heroes about why outdoorsy activities are the worst.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, the Gilberts did a little badass-bonding, Damon and Klaus had a moment, Bonnie was Not Amused with her parents’ attempt to actually be parents, Stefan made Rebekah an ’80s greatest hits mix tape of moments, and a cotton t-shirt and an Original had a horrible, no good, very bad day. If that sounds like a lot, it was, and it was excellent. Relive the magic before tomorrow night’s new episode, Into the Wild (EP413).
We’ll have Crissy’s recap up for you later tonight, so check back!
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, several characters were having a very rough night. This episode had a lot going on in every direction, with a big dose of violence thrown in for good measure. Catch up on the details with these handy recaps before tuning in to A View To A Kill (EP412) tomorrow night.
Uncomfortable conversations! No running in the halls! More uncomfortable conversations! Pizza! After School Special had a lot going on last week, so if you’d like to brush up before tomorrow night’s episode, this is the post for you.
Crissy Calhoun’s review is still forthcoming, but don’t panic! We have a whole crowd of great recaps and reviews for your perusing pleasure. Enjoy!
The long winter hiatus is finally over, and The Vampire Diaries will be back tomorrow night with After School Special (EP410). Brush up on the particulars of the last episode – O Come All Ye Faithful (EP409) – with this handy selection of recaps so you’ve got it all straight in your head before the TVD train gets rolling again!
Romance! Tears! Flashbacks! Costumes! Drunken girl bonding! Drunken girl arguing! Werewolf shenanigans! LEXI! This episode had something for everyone, and it certainly gave us plenty to talk about. These recaps will make sure you didn’t miss a thing before we plow ahead into O Come All Ye Faithful (EP409) tomorrow.