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PopWrapped | Television

‘The Vampire Diaries’ – What Do We Have To Look Forward To!?

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Updated 03/5/2013 6:36am
‘The Vampire Diaries’ – What Do We Have To Look Forward To!?

Zoe Ambrozewska 
Staff Writer


Is anyone else feeling the distinct lack of mystic-goodness this week? Not to worry, PopWrapped is here to give you a taste of what there is to look forward to when this hiatus finally comes to an end!

MAJOR SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT READ ON IF YOU DON’T WISH TO BE SPOILED!

SEASON 4 EPISODE 16 – ‘BRING IT ON’

Airdate = Thursday 14th March

EXTENDED PROMO:

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSmqPPoYql4]

The CW has also released the full summary of the episode, written by Elisabeth R. Finch and Michael Narducci, and directed by Jesse Warn.

THE NEW NORMAL — Elena’s (Nina Dobrev) new outlook has everyone concerned, leading Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) to agree that going back to the normal routine of high school would be the best thing for her. Caroline (Candice Accola) is pleasantly surprised when Elena decides to rejoin the cheerleading squad, but her pleasure turns to shock when Elena’s behavior proves dangerous. Not giving up on their search for the cure, Damon and Rebekah (Claire Holt) work together until his unwanted advice catches her off-guard. Klaus (Joseph Morgan) tries to use Hayley (guest star Phoebe Tonkin) to get the information he’s after and makes an intriguing discovery in the process. Meanwhile, a bored Elena throws a wild party and gets into an ugly fight.

I’m definitely excited to see Elena as we have never seen her before!

Julie Plec has also told Zap2It more with regards to Elena reportedly getting naked in front of the Salvatore brothers and Caroline, revealing that due to the vervain in the water system, all the vampires in town are showering at the Salvatore household! 



“The Salvatores have the only vervain-free water in town because of their fancy water filter,” she says. “It’s a fun way for the boys to be basically going about their morning business, discussing what to do about Elena, and in walks Caroline in her cute little robe and shower caddy, like, ‘Well I have an idea!’”



Elena than enters, completely naked and apparently feeling no shame, remarking, “It’s nothing you guys haven’t seen before.”

As far as Elena’s ‘dangerous’ behavior as a cheerleader goes, she is allegedly accused by Caroline of “eating the competition,” as she is seen feeding on another squad.

Joseph Morgan has also said in an interview with E!Online that 16 – ‘Bring It On’ is as an episode he may receive hate mail after, concerning his character, Klaus’ relationship with Caroline Forbes. Although specifically pointing out episode 18 (mark your calendars Klaroline shippers!), he does give a subtle nod to the upcoming episode, saying “Keep watching, episode 18 is going to be a good one. I’m probably going to get some hate mail after 16, but we’ll see!”

As well as this, you can see a selection of the published stills from the episode here –

SEASON 4 EPISODE 17 – ‘BECAUSE THE NIGHT’


Airdate = Thursday 21st March

OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS:

FLASHBACK TO DAMON’S LIFE IN 1970s NEW YORK / THE BAND DEAD SARA PERFORMS — Realizing that Elena (Nina Dobrev) needs some time away from Mystic Falls, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) takes her to New York City, where he lived and partied hard in the 1970s. When Rebekah (Claire Holt) also shows up in New York, she’s impressed with Elena’s secret agenda. Flashbacks reveal Damon’s hedonistic life in the underground club scene and a complicated encounter with Lexi (guest star Arielle Kebbel). Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) try to convince Klaus (Joseph Morgan) that it would be in his own best interest to help them track Silas down, and Bonnie (Kat Graham) struggles to keep her grasp on reality and do the right thing.

Personally, I love a good Salvatore flashback, and 1970s New York definitely sounds intriguing! I’m also looking forward to the return of Lexi.

You can see a selection of stills from ‘The Vampire Diaries’ time in New York here:

Garreth Strover directed the episode, written by Brian Young and Charlie Charbonneau.

So, what do you think? Are you looking forward to the return of ‘The Vampire Diaries’? Let us know!

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