Life returns to “normal” in Mystic Falls, following Katherine’s death. Mia needs Katherine’s corpse so that she can do a spell and make Elena “gone forever,” giving Katherine complete control of the body. Damon has buried her body and won’t tell Stefan where.
In the season finale, we find out who the supreme is.
The contestants are tasked with creating a dragon - but not necessarily a fire-breathing dragon.
It was nice having Garth back, and I like seeing the “human” side of monsters, but I want the boys to either mend things or go their separate ways. I don’t need all this teen angst.
Klaus comes back from last week’s The Vampire Diaries in a very good mood, which only makes Marcel feel even more rotten. Adding to the overall rottenness is the fact that two vampires have shown up dead in a circle of black magic symbols.
Allison and Chris finally get to Isaac, who is icy cold and seizing on the floor. Chris punches him to bring out the wolf in him, which snaps him back to his senses.
Where in the world is Joe Carroll? He is living in some cabin the middle-of-nowhere Arkansas with a prostitute named Judy and her teenage daughter Mandy.
A big, brutish guy is speeding down the street in a muscle car. Highway Patrol gives chase. The brute stops, pulls the cop from the car, and beats the hell out of him. “You weren’t worthy,” he grunts as he scalps the cop.
Will Grayson's demonstration go as expected? You better believe that it won't!
Celebrate the 100th episode of "The Vampire Diaries" with Katherine's death.