The Vampire Diaries season three ended with plenty of cliffhangers. Will Elena choose to complete her transition to vampire? How will Jeremy handle being the last living Gilbert?
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It seems actress Grace Phipps cannot get enough of vampires. The Fright Night cutie, who's best know for her role on ABC Family's Nine Lives of Chloe King, has just signed on to appear in season 4 of The Vampire Diaries as someone from Elena's (Nina Dobrev's) past.
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The plan is a go. Bonnie, Stefan, Damon, Alaric, Caroline, and Jeremy have synchronized their watches and are planning on killing Katherine at the ball. Katherine, of course, has her own agenda. She brings her own witch, Lucy, to the ball.
The town is preparing for the annual Lockwood masquerade ball. Elena and Stefan are trying to keep up the “we’re fighting” ruse and Bonnie is still distrusting of her friends. A talk with Elena helps her get past a little of that.
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There is not much action in tonight’s episode, but we get a lot of intrigue. First, Katherine is back for Stefan. He surprises her with a silver spike in the back, which slows her down enough that he can chain her up in the cellar and interrogate her.
In True Blood-style, season two of Vampire Diaries opens up exactly where season 1 ended: with Elena discovering Uncle John bleeding to death. Katherine hovers menacingly, but departs before Elena can see her.