Yesterday, Paul Wesley appeared on The Rachael Ray Show to talk about a fun fan encounter he had while visiting family in Poland, what it’s like to work with his wife Torrey DeVitto, and more – including his ideas for a Polish version of a grilled cheese sandwich. It’s a really fun interview, so make sure you watch the whole thing!
Excitement for this week’s episode (Do Not Go Gentle, EP320) is rising fast, and TV Overmind is fanning the flames with some new episode stills. They’re mixed in with some that we’ve seen before, so you’ll want to click through the whole slide show to see them all. Beware of spoilers!
Looks like Bonnie is back in action in this week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, and that pretty much goes hand in hand with being back in danger, too. Hollywood Life spoke with Robert Ri’chard recently, and he offers a few hints about what’s in store (spoiler!) for Bonnie and Jamie, and how Jeremy might be affected by it all.
“Jamie is with her throughout the entire episode,” Robert tells me. “She’s protecting him, but he’s also protecting her. When you have that dynamic, where both people are looking out for each other, they’re bound to be drawn together romantically. We see that unfold in this episode.”
Meanwhile, TV Guide is giving a sneak peek at finale episodes, including TVD’s The Departed (EP322). They’ve posted a few new teasers about it, but beware of spoilers! Also, don’t be fooled by the picture. It comes from The Murder Of One (EP318) and is not a new image from the season finale.
Getting rid of those pesky Originals really is in the town’s best interests. So the gang are going on the offensive. But we all know Klaus won’t go down without a fight, and Rebekah has a bone (or an entire skeleton) to pick with Damon first…
ITV2 will be displaying the Twitter #TVDUK hashtag during the episode, and will also be reading out the best or funniest tweet using the hashtag over the end credits. Be sure to tweet your reactions, and make sure you’re following @ITV2 for some entertaining keyboard mashing while you’re at it. As always, you can also follow us on @tvdnews.
So, want to whet your appetites? We’ve got some teasers for you, as well as some links to check out after the episode.
- Read the synopsis
- See the episode stills
- Watch the short & Canadian promos
- Watch the extended promo
- Watch the webclip
- Watch the producer’s preview
- Reaction post & poll
- Forum discussion
- Complete songlist
- Promo for the next episode
- Crissy Calhoun’s recap
As part of the run-up to May sweeps, we’re getting some fun new promotional images from the CW. E!Online has an exclusive look at some beautiful artwork of Elena and a rose – with the tagline “A future blooms.” Intriguing! Is it referring to a romantic future – or something else? And why is she crying? Speculating about that should help tide us over until Thursday, right?
Now that was some enjoyable television. As the first episode of the final four, Heart of Darkness sets us up for the final stretch of season 3, pulling the various plots and characters together and pushing forward to what promises to be another epic finale.
Don’t Back Down Now: What I loved most about this episode — besides, you know, the wall action — was how beautifully the two main storylines resonated with each other: SPOILERS! CONTINUE READING “GIVE IN TO IT.”
Looks like we’re in luck this week, no waiting around for a webclip! The CW has uploaded a new clip from next week’s episode, Do Not Go Gentle (EP320), which features a phone conversation between Damon and Alaric. Spoilers for Heart Of Darkness (EP319).
Batter up! Ahem. Sorry. Too soon? US and UK fans can now relive the play-by-play by downloading Heart of Darkness (EP319) from iTunes or Amazon. And remember, US fans can watch the episode for free right now at the CW site.
Download Heart of Darkness:
In case you missed ‘em:
- Reaction post & poll: Heart of Darkness (EP319)
- Short Promo for Do Not Go Gentle (EP320)
- Extended Promo for Do Not Go Gentle (EP320)
- Complete Songlist for Heart of Darkness (EP319)
Oh, Ian. Why does he do these things to us? E!Online interviewed Ian Somerhalder recently, and while the actor was definitely in a teasing mood, he does give some hints about the future relationship of the Salvatore brothers. Spoiler alert!
“The brothers both agree, ‘If she goes for you, I’ll leave town. And if she goes for me, you leave town. So this doesn’t get weird.’ And they both agree on it. And that’s what’s so cool is that by virtue of this decision the boys have ultimately become so insanely close. And I love that I think it’s really cool that that’s what happens.”
We’re always in favor of Salvatore brother bonding, but we admit, we’re a little bit nervous.
Ready for a few more peeks of next week’s Decade Dance? Here you go! Enjoy! Do Not Go Gentle (EP320) airs next Thursday, April 26.