Previously on The Vampire Diaries, family drama was at an all-time high…which is saying something for Mystic Falls! There were witches at work, Originals at the bar and girls in caves playing with matches. Just a regular Thursday night, right? We’ve got an all new episode coming up tomorrow (1912 EP316), so now is the time to catch up on All My Children (EP315).
Ditching the glitz of the previous episode, All My Children takes the weekly battle for survival underground as our Mystic Falls residents pick sides on Esther’s plot — righting the wrongs of a thousand years and restoring peace, or an immoral atrocity that would remove five of the most entertaining characters from our show in one fell swoop?
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, everyone was dressed beautifully, there was pink champagne on ice and someone in Mystic Falls owns a horse and carriage. This episode rocked a lot of worlds in one way or another, and there’s a lot to go over before All My Children (EP315) airs tomorrow night.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, the witches were working overtime, there was a distinct lack of brotherly love and Mystic Falls parental problems were off the charts. Forget keeping a journal, what this town needs is some full time family therapists!
There was an awful lot going on in this episode, but the many dedicated recappers out there have done their part to make sure nobody misses a single detail.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, road trip chit-chat was at a minimum as Elena and Bonnie set out in search of help with their coffin conundrum. Klaus was in the mood for music, Stefan was getting all up in everyone’s business and Damon was doing his level best to make everything as awkward as possible. This episode had a lot going on all over the place, and it packed a big surprise right at the very end.
I’M NOT SUPPOSED TO SPOIL YOU.
Previously, on The Vampire Diaries, Stefan flouted traffic laws, Damon snatched a heart and Caroline got a birthday gift that turned the world upside-down for shippers everywhere. It’s always a hell of a ride when Stefan’s driving, and he was definitely driving Our Town (EP311).
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, everything was going sideways. Alaric wasn’t drinking, the Salvatores were actually communicating (well, sort of) and Jeremy Gilbert was suddenly bad-ass. We’re not even sure how to process everything that happened in this episode, and since we don’t have much time to brace for the next one, a little recap review may be in order. Remember, the witchy dreams tend to be pretty light on the details, but we’ve got everything you need to be ready for Our Town (EP311) on Thursday.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, awkward family reunions were taken to an entirely new level. The Heisler was flowing, the band was rockin’ and even that random bus from the high school got an upgrade (because c’mon, even Klaus likes a sparkly bus). And if you can’t quite remember how that all went down, no problem – we’ve got plenty of recaps to refresh your memory.
Previously on The Vampire Diaries. This episode was crammed full of information, so this is one episode you’ll definitely want to brush up on before Homecoming (EP309) airs tomorrow night. You may also want to check out this post, that sums up what we learned, and covers some of the questions we still have about the mythology and secrets yet to be revealed.
Hard to believe we’re already six episodes deep into Vampire Diaries Season 3, with Ghost World (EP307) hitting our screens tomorrow. Last week’s Smells Like Teen Spirit (EP306) was a roller coaster of relationship revelations and ghostly shenanigans and, speaking of, shenanigans – looks like we’re in for a lot more of those. So sit back with a beverage and see what your favorite Vampire Diaries recappers had to say about what went down last Thursday night.