The Vampire Diaries is a tween gothic romance based on the books by LJ Smith. Created by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. Starring Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Paul Wesley.
"I should be upstairs grooming my hero hair." Stefan. Love. Forever.
So with typical Vampire Diaries swiftness, Silas is exposed in less than an episode.
"Promise today is a friend day." Seriously? What does that even mean?
In which Tyler needs new family and Mason needs his pants. Well. I suppose he thinks he needs his pants. I'm not so sure.
I'll admit that one reason I'm not concerned with them trashing Damon and Elena's epic romance is that I never thought they had an epic romance in them.
At this point, this show is moving so fast that it feels like they've gotten to the season finale an episode ahead of time.
In which it's time. Having finished the info dumps - here's the action, both practical and emotional.
I'll will try to ignore the fact that our first look at Klaus involves Flashback Hair. Because I'm really quite certain that he's going to be cool.
Better and better and better and better. (deep breath) And better and better and better... okay tinylittlecomplaint then better. Then Elijah!
"Why don't you call Alaric and tell him that his wife just showed up on his girlfriend's doorstep." This whole episode is so Jerry Springer.
This show is so good. I'm just out of things to say. (Really? No. Not really.)
There aren't enough community-sponsored opportunities to mayhem in this town? Now Damon's got to plan a private one? ... Damon. Planning things. Very dangerous. You go first.