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Feb 27th: Matt and Caroline in the eye of the storm

Michelle | Categories: News, The Vampire Diaries | 1 Comment

So this weeks episode was awesome as ever. You can always count on TVD to bring you, laughter, sadness, surprises and suspense. And this weeks episode was no exception.

Check out this weeks round up from Carina Adly MacKenzie at Zap2it

8:01 – “It’s school. Remember that thing that we keep forgetting about?” I think this is Elena, but I don’t know! The fact that it’s the most typical Stefan/Elena morning-after-great-sex scene ever makes me think that there’s about to be some kind of a twist here.

Oh my god. I’m so confused! Is Damon choking Elena or Katherine?

Read the full recap here

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Feb 25th: The Vampire Diaries: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Recaps Round-Up for The House Guest

Natalie | Categories: News, Season 2, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Recaps Round-Up for The House Guest

I’m going to do a recaps roundup from last night’s episode “The House Guest” and then I’ll get straight to work on screencaps.

Entertainment Weekly: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ recap: Eternal Flame

Team Oblivious Human now numbers one! You know what’s brilliant: We’ve spent the last couple of weeks wondering whether Aunt Jenna would finally find out the truth about Mystic Falls being vampire central, and we totally stopped thinking about Matt. With Tyler out of the picture, there seemed to be no added pressure for Caroline to tell him the truth. But he’s the one who ended up being clued in, in the worst possible way. Maybe we should actually be thanking The CW for another month-long hiatus: Producers knew we needed something big to keep us talking until new episodes return on April 7, and we got it. Be careful what you wish for.

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Los Angeles Times: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ recap: To tell the truth

A gathering spot, live music and one very dangerous situation involving vampires and witches. Did “The Vampire Diaries” suddenly stumble into the Bronze? Nope, it’s just a suddenly very active night at Mystic Grill, which has decided to add live entertainment in order to stay afloat. The music was a hit, but I think the random power outage and spontaneous fire combustion might affect business. A lot went down this week as the show prepares for a little break. Here are five questions to ponder while we wait six weeks(!) for the next new episode:

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Hollywood Crush: ‘Vampire Diaries’ Recap: ‘House Guest’

Things I’ve learned from “The Vampire Diaries”: publicly belting out “Eternal Flame” by The Bangles will get me a smooch from Zach Roerig; being ridiculously mean to Ian Somerhalder will cement his love for me; and it is never, ever a good idea to hesitate upon hearing a doorbell ring.

All of these life lessons come to fruition, thanks to a girls’ night with Elena, Bonnie, Caroline and Jenna. The only thing that would improve this romp is if Katherine were to join. Oh, right. Elena mentions this sarcastically, but I’m not sure why—it sounds like an excellent idea.

Still, there’s enough going on. All of the girls are hiding something (what’s new?) except for Jenna, whom everyone else is hiding something from (even bigger surprise.) Caroline can’t figure out how to be with Matt without telling him that she’s capable of being a blood sucking murderer, Bonnie’s nervous about Elena’s reaction to her budding romance with Jeremy and Elena is finally contemplating revealing to Jenna that Stefan and his brother are 145-year-old vampires, that her death is the key to breaking a centuries-old supernatural curse, that part of that curse means that she’s a doppelganger and thus there’s an (amazingly) psychotic vampire-bitch roaming around Mystic Falls who’s completely identical to her and that her birth mom/Alaric’s “dead wife” is actually a vampire who’s kicking it with her doppelganger and (potentially) evil uncle. Yeah, good luck with that.

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The TVSquad: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Season 2, Episode 16 Recap

With a title like ‘The House Guest,’ we knew at least one person on Thursday’s episode of ‘The Vampire Diaries’ would arrive unannounced to cause some major trouble for our Mystic Falls residents. Well, let’s be honest — someone causes trouble every week. Mystic Falls would actually be a terrible place to live, despite the adorable waiters at the local watering hole and near-constant stream of town-wide parties. People die at an alarming rate for a sleepy Virginia town.

But that’s all beside the point, because OH MY GOD. Just … wow. What started out as the most lighthearted, high school-centric episode of the season turned into yet another heartbreaking, gasp-inducing, masterfully written installment. And how about that Nina Dobrev? Girlfriend can ACT, am I right?

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BuzzSugar: The Vampire Diaries “The House Guest”: The Good, the Bad, and the Bloody

This week Katherine crashes at the Salvatore brothers’ place on The Vampire Diaries, and she’s not exactly greeted with the greatest hospitality. But she actually turns out not to be the villain of the episode — that honor goes to another character whose ruthlessness I wasn’t expecting.

There are also two big deaths this week, and more than one shocking turn (I watched the episode with my own constant soundtrack of gasps). I don’t want to give anything away, but I’m dying (hehe) to discuss the good, the bad, and the bloody when you read more.

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BuddyTV: ‘The Vampire Diaries’ Recap: The Luka Martin Roast

After Elijah’s death, I thought it might be a while before The Vampire Diaries killed another major character. How wrong I was, because in this episode, two major characters are killed, a major secret is revealed and a shocking return is sure to cause some trouble.

With Katherine back, she’s up to her old tricks, but she also wants to team up with the Salvatores to kill Klaus, which they understandably have a hard time believing.

Stefan wants to bring Luka and his dad in on the plan to kill Klaus and learn that if they find the witch burial ground, a witch can possibly use its power to become strong enough to kill an Original. However, Jonas still doesn’t trust these vampires to help him get his daughter Greta (seriously, who does everyone in the Martin family have such silly names?).

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That’s all I’ve got for now but if there are more (there will be), I’ll do a part two roundup! Enjoy!

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Feb 24th: ‘The Vampire Diaries’: Candice Accola on Caroline’s many boys and a ‘very significant’ episode

Natalie | Categories: Candice Accola, Interviews, News, Season 2, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on ‘The Vampire Diaries’: Candice Accola on Caroline’s many boys and a ‘very significant’ episode

You know you’ve made it big when you get an article about you in the LA Times. Candice Accola and her “Vampire Barbie” character, Caroline Forbes, are the focal point of a nicely written article from the prestigious newspaper. Read on…

“I could not be happier about the opportunities the writers have given me this season,” she enthuses. “It’s been challenging in all the best ways.”

Recently, Accola chatted with Show Tracker about some of those challenges, including that horrific torture scene — nobody puts Caroline in the cage! — getting to sing in tonight’s episode, Tyler’s betrayal and the chemistry between Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Caroline. She also teases that viewers are in store for “a very big episode” tonight, which will be the last new one until April. Like Caroline, we’ll have to figure out a way to survive, Show Trackers.

Was the torture scene difficult to film? Because it was difficult to watch, in a good way.

Thank you! I definitely take that as a compliment. Any time you read those kinds of scenes in a script, it is kind of a bittersweet thing because you know what you’re going to want to put yourself through in order to get the best out of it. And also, yeah, it’s long hours in a confined space. All that was shot really in a little trailer. Shoving 15 people into one trailer…. And I was in a cage that was unable to be unlocked from the inside. The surroundings just helped out so wonderfully and were such a wonderful tool to use within the scene. I was excited, though. It was a wonderfully daunting task, but those are always the best, ’cause that’s when you see what you’re capable of doing.

The first time we talked this season, I brought up the fact that you have a very musically talented cast. And now you’re getting to sing in tonight’s episode. What’s the context for Caroline breaking into song?

I know, it is very random! [Laughs] I think that Caroline has come off such a dramatic shift. The entire season has been very supernaturally active for Caroline. I think what was such a beautiful moment at the end of that one episode was when Bonnie (Katerina Graham) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) came over to have a slumber party. Simple, truthful, honest, like necessary. It’s a great reminder that these are young girls that really just need. At the end of the day, sometimes you really just need that sense of friendship and camaraderie and love in the simplest form, like a slumber party. So I think Tyler has been the center of what’s been going on dramatically for Caroline in the past couple episodes, and now with him gone, I think it gives her an opportunity to try to feel human again and just to be silly again and have fun again and laugh again, and focus on her friendships and her relationships and her family. I think the whole idea of jumping up on stage and singing is just Caroline being Season 1 Caroline again.

Is she doing this also to maybe get Matt’s attention?

[Pauses] I don’t know… [Laughs] I think it’s just a really fun moment. I’m excited to see how it plays out, as well, because I haven’t seen a cut of the episode yet. And I’m excited for the audience to see it too.

Read the whole article right here.

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Feb 24th: ‘Vampire Diaries’ Stars Michael Trevino, Steven R. McQueen & Zach Roerig Make GQ Debut!

Natalie | Categories: Magazines, Michael Trevino, News, Steven R. McQueen, Zach Roerig | Comments Off on ‘Vampire Diaries’ Stars Michael Trevino, Steven R. McQueen & Zach Roerig Make GQ Debut!

It’s nice to see Michael Trevino back with his Vampire Diaries crew, even if it’s not on the show. Michael — along with cast mates Zach Roerig and Steven R. McQueen – appears in a new TV-centric photo spread for GQ’s March 2011 issue, and it’s pretty much the best thing I’ve ever seen in a magazine.

They’re all wearing clothes made by finalists in the magazine’s ”Best New Menswear Designers in America” competition, and while I’m not sure what to make of Steven’s sweatpants, everything else looks just tops.

Source here and you can vote on whose clothes you like best!

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Feb 24th: Vampire Diaries’ Sara Canning: Alaric’s Confession Will Rock Jenna’s World

Natalie | Categories: Matt Davis, News, Sara Canning, Season 2, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on Vampire Diaries’ Sara Canning: Alaric’s Confession Will Rock Jenna’s World

Alaric’s confession will rock Jenna’s world? Hmmmm…. That happens tonight! Make sure you tune in to find out what it is!! Here’s a bit about it from TVGuide.

That moment of silence from Jenna’s boyfriend, Alaric, played by Matt Davis, was the last scene between the couple in the most recent episode, and Canning admits, “It’s very uncertain if the relationship is going to completely crumble.”

On Thursday’s episode, Alaric finally will confess to Jenna. But what will he divulge? Let’s just say she won’t find out niece Elena is dating a vampire anytime soon.

“The confession is linked to what is more pressing on Jenna … she’s obviously not asking about his vampire-fighting extracurricular activities,” says the actress.

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Feb 24th: ‘Vampire Diaries’ casts Klaus: How should Joseph Morgan play the villain? (Like a young James Spader?)

Natalie | Categories: Casting News, Joseph Morgan, News, Season 2, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on ‘Vampire Diaries’ casts Klaus: How should Joseph Morgan play the villain? (Like a young James Spader?)

By now everyone knows about Klaus being cast. Now the big question is: How will Joseph Morgan play the scary villain? Entertainment Weekly throws around some thoughts and ideas. Read more below:

It’s the casting fans of The Vampire Diaries have been waiting months for: British actor Joseph Morgan has officially been confirmed as Klaus, the oldest and baddest of the Original vampires. He’ll make his debut on The CW’s top-rated series April 21, which isn’t as far off as it may seem. After next Thursday, the next new episode doesn’t air until April 7. Though Daniel Gillies, who’s kept us entertained as Klaus’ scheming nemesis Elijah, was hoping for someone like Deadwood‘s Ian McShane, Morgan’s casting is in line with what exec producers have teased all along. Exec producer Kevin Williamson told EW last month the role would go to someone younger. “It has to be someone that we truly believe was in a relationship with Katherine, because that’s where it started. He seduced her and whisked her away,” he said.

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Feb 24th: The Vampire Diaries’ Ian Somerhalder Tells Us What’s Ahead for Damon, and It Involves Whiskey

Natalie | Categories: Ian Somerhalder, Interviews, News, Season 2, Spoilers, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on The Vampire Diaries’ Ian Somerhalder Tells Us What’s Ahead for Damon, and It Involves Whiskey

While Jeremy is going to start kicking ass and getting all up in everyone’s business on The Vampire Diaries, Damon will be taking a different route.

And who better to explain the hows and the whys of Damon Salvatore than the man who plays him? We’re of course talking about the only-OK-looking Ian Somerhalder, who can describe Damon’s future path in one sentence…
“Damon spends all of his money in strip clubs and whiskey,” Ian tells us with a laugh. “Why not, right?” The best part is he sounds like he’s kidding, but no one would be surprised if Damon dealt with his demons by turning to booze and bimbos.”He had that crazy breakdown, and it’s a little scary when people bottle all their pain up and never let it out. It comes out typically in a negative way and that’s kind of what’s happening with Damon,” Ian says. “He’s just bottling it all up and he never lets it out. It’s not like Damon is going to go to a hot yoga class! No, he’s going to go drink a bottle of booze and he’s going to fight someone or he’s going to compel the hot local newscaster.”

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Feb 15th: ‘Diaries’ Jeremy ‘torn about John return’

Natalie | Categories: News, Season 2, Spoilers, Steven R. McQueen, The Vampire Diaries | Comments Off on ‘Diaries’ Jeremy ‘torn about John return’

Steven R. McQueen has revealed that his Vampire Diaries character Jeremy will be “torn” about John’s return.

Speaking to E! Online, McQueen explained that John (David Anders) has the answers to some of Jeremy’s questions.

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