The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 Back at the party, Matt lets Elena know that he isn't giving up on her. Seeing Jeremy go by with a beer in his hand, Elena goes after him. As they argue, Jeremy falls over Vicki's body. They carry Vicki back to the party, noting that something bit her neck. Stefan runs home.
The Vampire Diaries Pilot Episode: Damon
Arriving home, Stefan tells Zack that something is out there killing. He goes up to his room and spots a raven. A man appears on the balcony behind him. It turns out to be Damon, Stefan's evil older brother, who is also a vampire. Ravens and fog seem to be his shtick. It is Damon who has been killing people around Mystic Falls and we find out that The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 he was the one that attacked Vicki and that she is still alive.
The vampire brothers argue and get into a fight over the Elena/Katherine resemblance. Damon says that he promised Stefan "an eternity of misery" over Katherine's death. Damon's personality seems to be a devil-may-care darkness, with bits of humor thrown in. We find out that the unique ring is how the vampires manage to walk around in the daylight.
The Vampire Diaries Pilot Episode: The End
Bonnie is trying to sober up Caroline, who is reeling from Stefan's rejection. Caroline shows her jealousy of Elena, saying that everything Caroline works for goes effortlessly The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 to Elena. Later in the episode, Damon is shown smiling at Caroline and she smiles back.
Jeremy is at Vicki's bedside when she wakes up. He tries to reassure her, but all she can whisper is "vampire."
Stefan and Elena are both writing in their diaries, then Elena sees him outside her window. He assures himself that she is okay. The Vampire Diaries makes a 'moment' out of her inviting him inside.
The preview for the next episode of The Vampire Diaries shows Damon making a bid for Elena. This adds yet another love triangle to the fledgling series. Yes, I know this isn’t a horror movie. It’s a T.V. show with some horror elements. But I’m sure some members of this site are interested in the show(they just don’t admit it) and would like to read a review. This is the first time I have ever reviewed a T.V. show. I plan on writing a review The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 for every episode, so if you enjoy this review, stay tuned for next week.
Episode #2 “Pilot” Plot: In the series opener, Virginia high-schooler Elena(Nina Dobrev) falls for a new student(Paul Wesley), who is actually a centuries-old vampire struggling to live peacefully among humans.
The show has a running time of 60 minutes, plus you have a lot of commercials so the actual show doesn’t even last that long. So obviously this review isn’t going to be as long as a full length movie review. I know a lot of you aren’t interested in the show because the plot is very similar to Twilights plot. But Vampire Diaries isn’t as near as elementary as Twilight. Tonight’s show had a body count of three, teen drinking, some drug use and I believe one character said the word Ass(so bad LOL) So please don’t write out the show The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 just because you thinks it’s going to be to much like Twilight. I was pleasantly surprised by tonight’s episode. The acting was pretty good by the lead character, the effects in a fight scene looked good, and most importantly, it was entertaining. And that’s pretty much the reason why we watch movies and T.V. shows. So it did it’s job.
The only problems I had with tonight’s episode was the soundtrack and the main vamp boy. The soundtrack is made up of a bunch of terrible modern hip hop pop crap. I didn’t like it, but I’m sure it’s target audience did. The biggest problem with the show is the main vamp kid. It might just be me, but it seems like he doesn’t put any heart or passion into his character. So the acting from him wasn’t fantastic and it there isn’t much chemistry between him and the lead. Therefore the relationship isn’t very believable.
Vampire Diaries is on CW at 8:00 eastern U.S. time every Thursday night. Overall I The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 thought it was very entertaining and a great way to burn an hour. If you’re a fan of the books or if you really like the Twilight series, I highly recommend you watch Vampire Diaries.
It’s school dance time, and we all know what that means: pain, misery, and certain death for at least one cast member. At first, everything seems to be going smoothly; Elena screws up her courage and asks Stefan to be her date, Bonnie’s bringing Jeremy, and Caroline’s in her element, bossing people around during decoration time. But just underneath the surface, trouble is brewing. Evil Alaric and Esther, in Rebekah’s body—Rebesther—are plotting to get rid of all the vamps, once and for all.
After Ric helps her get back into her real body, he and Esther travel to the place where Klaus originally killed her; it also happens to be where the Salvatore family tomb stands. There, she melts down his resurrection ring and coats the white oak stake with its metal. Now the stake won’t burn up when it’s thrust inside an Original, transforming it into the The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 ultimate weapon.
Pretty soon, the gang finds out that something is fishy. Damon tells Dr. Meredith that Ric hasn’t been taking the herbs Bonnie gave him. He then goes to the high school, promptly interrupting a slow-dancing Elena and Stefan. Damon tells the pair that Ric has officially gone rogue, and that he wants to kill them. Jeremy, of course, is firmly against the idea. He runs out of the gym, and Elena follows to comfort him—only to find that Esther is there, and she wants Elena to come with her. When the Salvatores try to follow after, they discover that the witch has cast a spell trapping them at the school.
The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 Esther brings Elena to the tomb and reveals her master plan. She’s going to transform Ric into an indestructible vampire hunter—who happens to be a vampire himself, just like Mikael. Elena is horrified, and she tells Ric that this isn’t what he wants or who he is. But the real Ric is hidden by his dark side—and though Elena swears she won’t help Esther, the witch uses magic to release her mystical doppelganger blood and gives it to Ric to drink. After he’s done, the witch stabs him; when he wakes, he’ll be his old self for a bit before transforming into a cold-blooded killer.
Caroline and Bonnie are actually having a nice time at the dance—they’re respectively dancing with Tyler and making out with Jamie in a classroom. All that changes when Damon tells Bonnie that he needs her to break Esther’s spell—and when Klaus appears and cuts in on Caroline and Tyler. Tyler has to pretend like he’s still compelled, so he The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 steps aside when the vamp asks. But after their tension-filled dance, the Original learns what his mother’s up to.
Bonnie can’t break the binding spell, so she doing a locator spell to find Elena instead. Esther resists Bonnie’s spell, but by doing so, she reveals that she’s channeling energy—meaning that she has to be at the cemetery. Matt and Jeremy go there with guns to get Elena back. But Esther’s stronger than they think, and she magicks the two boys into pointing their guns at each other. Luckily, before she can make them shoot, her throat is slit—by Alaric.
This breaks the boundary spell. As he’s leaving the school, Stefan thanks Bonnie for everything; she still hasn’t forgiven him for what happened to her mother, though. Ric, The Vampire Diaries Season 4 Episode 2 meanwhile, has learned about what he’s becoming. He decides that instead of making the transition, he’d rather die as a human. Jeremy’s upset, but there’s nothing that can be done. The two say their goodbyes, and then Ric turns to Elena. After they embrace, they walk outside… where they find the rest of the cast standing, holding candles, and ready to bid Ric goodbye.