Kat Graham Wedding Dress Details! How ‘Vampire Diaries’ Star Found Bridal Designer Inbal Dror On Instagram (PHOTOS)
December 11, 2013 | Listed Under: News
Kat Graham may be the quintessential modern bride! The Vampire Diaries starlet revealed that she found her wedding gown on Instagram. Yes, you heard right.
“I was literally on Instagram, and I was looking at photos of wedding dresses and stuff like that and I saw this one and it was like it was made for me,” Graham told People about finding her wedding dress. “The designer is Inbal Dror. She’s Israeli. I’m really excited to work with her because we’re all Israeli Jews in our family so we’re going to Israel, and I’m going to be able to see it in person.”
“I wanted something different,” Graham said about her dress. “I didn’t want to go totally out of my comfort zone, but we picked something that is light, but still sexy and fun. I’m really excited.” Graham also shared that the gown is definitely white.
The Kat that got the cream: Vampire Diaries actress Miss Graham wears quirky designer outfit to attend photo shoot in California
December 11, 2013 | Listed Under: News
She plays teenage witch, Bonnie Bennett, in supernatural television series, The Vampire Diaries, and in real-life, Kat Graham’s fashion sense is just as spell-binding as her character.
The 24-year-old stepped out into the Californian sunshine on Monday as she made her way to a photo shoot and the star looked camera ready, even before she sat in a make-up artist’s chair.
She wore a Jean Paul Gaultier burgundy polka-dot one-piece, which had a bra detail around the bust and she carried a tan and black giant bag.
The star also threw on a lip design shirt by Moschino, which she wore undone and black and white Alexander Wang shoes, showing that she’s putting her pay cheques to good use.
She kept her make-up light and simple and chose a baby pink lipstick to finish off her look.
And it seems as if the star was feeling good about herself in her designer get-up as she strutted her stuff and flashed a smile for photographers.
December 9, 2013 | Listed Under: News
Nina Dobrev, known for her role as Elena in “The Vampire Diaries”, attended the 2013 TrevorLIVE LA wearing a stunning blue dress, according to a Dec. 8 report in Just Jared. Kat Graham, who plays Bonnie in “The Vampire Diaries”, also appeared at the event, donning a deep v-neck black Versace jumpsuit.
Nina Dobrev wore a long sapphire Elie Saab gown at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday night, with delicate blue lace ruffles on the top portion of the dress. “The Vampire Diaries” star completed the look with Rupert Sanderson heels and a silver Raowulf clutch. Nina invoked another era with her romantic style outfit and tousled updo’.
December 8, 2013 | Listed Under: News
November 23, 2013 | Listed Under: News
Warning! Contains Spoilers!
Something sinister this way comes to Whitmore College.
Last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, there was more death, denial, and dirty deeds to fuel nightmares. Caroline suffers heartache again, Katherine stares death in the face, Damon reveals his shocking past, Stefan fights his demons, Bonnie is in denial, and Matt is set free.
As the episode opens, Dr Maxfield (Rick Cosnett) is dictating in his lab about Jesse’s transformation from human to vampire in 14 days. Jesse (Kendrick Sampson) is shackled to a lab table and when Maxfield feeds him blood via transfusion, it elicits a violent reaction. Maxfield terminates the transfusion as Jesse rips free from his shackles. As Jesse swallows the bag of blood as Max tries to reach the “emergency button” located on a near-by wall, but he fails. Jesse attacks him with a vicious neck bite. (Uh-oh, is he a goner?)
In her dorm, Bonnie (Kat Graham) who is rocking a new hair cut, sends her mother a video message. Caroline (Candice Accola) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) bring in party supplies for her welcome home party. They both make light of the fact that Bonnie failed to mention to her mother that she is no longer a witch, but now an anchor, making her sort of ghost. Bonnie gets a text and makes an excuse that she has to go register for classes. She meets up with Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) but sees an elderly woman trying to get her attention. She makes plans to see him at the party and leaves. The woman appears before her, says she’s ready, and “enters” her. Bonnie collapses in agony. (Being an anchor is a pain!).
Meanwhile, Elena is talking to Damon (Ian Somerhalder) when she spots Aaron (Shaun Sipos). She invites him to Bonnie’s party while Damon can be heard on her phone asking who he is. Aaron initially refuses her invitation, but Elena compels him to remember they are starting over and to forget she compelled him earlier. He agrees to come to the party.
Back at the Salvatore house, Damon tells Stefan (Paul Wesley) that Elena wants them at Bonnie’s party. However, Stefan, sitting in Damon’s reading chair, is experiencing his drowning again. He asks Stefan if he’s all right and he says yes, but Damon doubts that as Stefan removes his fingers sunk into the arms of the chair, exposing puncture holes. Stefan asks Damon to tell Elena that he’s not up for a party.
At Mystic Grill, a drunk Katherine (Nina Dobrev) flirts with Matt (Zac Roerig) to keep giving her alcohol. Matt is looking at the video of him being possessed by the Traveler. Katherine tells him that she knows what is being said. He offers to give her drinks if she translates the video. Matt tells her that he meet a girl in Prague last summer who followed him back to Mystic Falls and her boyfriend “put a spirit thing in (his) head.” After watching the video, Katherine tells Matt that a Traveler named Kristof activated him. She says travelers are witches who are into possession and he has one inside him. Matt confirms the girl was Nadia and Kathleen admits she knows her. (How does Katherine know so much about Travelers?)
Back at Whitmore, Caroline gets a frantic call for help from Jesse. He doesn’t explain what’s going on, but says he’s expecting his roommate any minute. She runs to his dorm room to find him attacking Aaron (well, surprise, surprise!) and stops him. A shocked Caroline asks who turned Jesse into a vampire. Jesse describes his ordeal in Dr. Maxfield’s laboratory. He was starved and kept in a cell, and at night Max would inject him with weird blood. Jesse said he locked Maxfield in his lab. Elena shows up with blood bags for Jesse and she reveals to him that like Caroline, she is also a vampire. Caroline gets Jesse to heal Aaron with his blood and then they go on to teach him about compulsion. (They now begin New Vampire Training 101).
Back at the bar in Mystic Grill, a drunk Katherine sits down at Stefan’s table and tries to convince him to share a drink with her. He agrees to “one pity drink” and after she incoherently talks about doppelganger destiny, Stefan asks what is wrong with her. She hilariously details her aging (receding gum line, etc.)and asks why he’s alone. Stefan says he wants to avoid people. She convinces him that she’s wasted and won’t remember their conversation, to get him to talk. He recounts about reliving the drowning over and over and she diagnosis him with PTSD. She then asks him for his help, but he is reluctant. Katherine gives him the run down on her own past traumatic family events and Stefan relents. Just then, Nadia (Olga Fonda) shows up and asks Katherine why she called her. Katherine introduces Nadia to Stefan as her daughter.
At the party, Bonnie talks to Jesse about being in love with Jeremy, as she awaits his arrival. In the corner of the room, Bonnie sees an old woman and approaches her.
Meanwhile in the campus lab, Damon has tied up Dr. Maxfield and is playing an interrogation game with him. He injects Dr. Maxfield with a deadly disease (first up is the flesh eating bacteria) from his own stash, to get him to answer Damon’s questions about his experiments. For every correct answer, Damon says he will heal him with his vampire blood; for every incorrect answer, he’ll just keep injecting him with various diseases. (Major gross out time!).
Back at Mystic Grill in a back room, Stefan asks Katherine and Nadia which one of them is younger and they both answer they are. (Okay, that was both bizarre and hilarious). Matt shows up and hands Katherine the knife that the Traveler left with him. Katherine has him sit down and has a reluctant Nadia bring forth Gregor, the Traveler possessing Matt. Stefan holds Matt/Gregor in the chair. Katherine introduces herself as Nadia’s mother. She asks him why he’s here, and he replies to track and kill Silas. She holds up the knife and he asks how she got it. She puts the knife up to his neck, and he says that he was to kill Katherine, and used Nadia to get to her. Nadia asks him why but he says he doesn’t question his orders. Katherine mentions how manipulative and ruthless Travelers are, just like Nadia’s grandfather, (Oh wow, more secrets revealed!) and then she stabs Matt. She tells Stefan that Matt will be all right; she just expelled Gregor with the knife. She said he wanted the knife because it’s the only thing that will kill a passenger (Good to know).
Back in the lab, Damon tells Dr Maxfield it was a bit harsh to turn a kid into a vampire and wants to know what makes this place turn people into mad scientists. Dr Maxfield explains that part of modern science is human trials and you do what you do for the greater good. Damon asks what he thinks is the greater good and when he refuses to answer, injects him with rabies. (Dr Maxfield is looking a bit rough right now).
At the party, Bonnie finds out the old woman is a witch who is ready to cross over (and we know what that means!). Bonnie tells her she is the anchor to the other side. Bonnie asks her what it’s like to die, and she said it helps seeing a friendly face. Then Jeremy interrupts them and the woman disappears. Jeremy takes Bonnie back to her dorm room to register for more classes while Caroline and Jesse get cozy on the dance floor.
Damon comments that the rabies isn’t having the desired effect, when Dr. Maxfield blurts out that he wanted to turn Jesse into a new kind of vampire. Damon grabs the Ebola (nasty!) disease container and asks him why. He replies that he wanted to change the fact that humans are vampires’ food source.
Bounce back to the dance floor, where Jesse comments he’s afraid to kiss Caroline because she freaked out the first time he did. She responds by grabbing his face and kissing him. (Don’t be shy with a hot guy, Caroline!)
And cut back to the lab for more of Dr. Maxfield’s explanation. He tells Damon that if vampires will no longer be a threat when they don’t have to feed on humans. Damon doesn’t believe his good doctor act and then Maxfield drops a bombshell. Human blood will only satisfy Jesse until he gets a taste of what he really craves to which Damon asks, what does he really crave?
And again back to Caroline and Jesse on the dance floor (Do you have whiplash yet?), making out. Jesse gently bites into Caroline’s neck and then as they kiss, he bites her lower lip. Her lip is bleeding and tries to laugh it off but Jesse turns away and red lines/cracks appear on his face (so he craves lips or blondes?). She asks him if he’s okay, but he replies he has to get out of there and leaves.
A healed Aaron arrives at the party thinking he over slept. He and Elena talk about the loss of their families. Elena tells him she lost both her birth parents and adoptive parents. Aaron says Dr. Maxfield is his legal guardian and only family he has left after he was shuffled around to relatives. He said his parents died when he was six. They had gone camping and he awoke to his mother’s screams and blood everywhere. He said a bear had got into the camp and there were bite marks all over their necks. Elena excuses herself to get more drinks for them, but she runs into Caroline who asks if she’s seen Jesse and where she’s going. Elena replies she’s going to call Damon to tell him not to kill Dr. Maxfield.
At Mystic Grill, Stefan stumbles his way out of the bar as he relives his drowning. Katherine finds him outside and tells him to relax and that he’s okay. Stefan grabs her around the throat so she can barely breathe. She tells Stefan he has to deal with it or it will catch up to him. She has him name everyone he’s killed, from the beginning to get him to focus on something else and get in control of himself, to believe he’s not drowning. As he goes through the names, the flashbacks disappear, and he thanks her. Nadia appears, angry that Gregor is dead. Katherine tells her she deserves better and Nadia tells her to rot in hell.
Damon tells Elena over the phone that Jesse’s craving is vampires and once he starts, he can’t stop. When Damon confirms to Elena that Maxfield is still alive, she asks Damon not to kill him, which he promises. Jesse barges into the lab at that moment and demands to know what Maxfield did to him. Maxfield replies that Jesse wants to feed on the monsters. Damon notices his arm is bleeding, and Jesse attacks him. Jesse is stronger and he flings Damon through the window and into the hallway. As Jesse is feeding on Damon, Elena finds them and stakes Jesse, just as Caroline arrives. Caroline is devastated and Damon explains Elena had no choice, that Jesse was going to kill him, that he needed to feed on vampire blood. Elena apologizes but Caroline isn’t having it.
At Mystic Grill, Stefan finds a suicide note to Nadia from Katherine, on the bar. As Katherine first hesitates, and then jumps from the ledge of the clock tower, she’s surprised when she doesn’t hit the ground. She looks around and finds that Stefan has caught her and saved her life. He asks her why she wanted to jump and she tells him because she’s dying, that the Cure did something to speed up the aging process. Stefan cups his hand around her cheek and says, “Hey, you’re Katherine Pierce. Suck it up.” (Best line of the night!) and then he walks away.
As Bonnie and Jeremy share an intimate get together in her dorm room, Jesse appears. A shocked Bonnie tells Jeremy that Jesse is dead and approaches Jesse, confusing Jeremy who doesn’t understand what’s going on. Jesse tells Bonnie that he’s not ready, that he doesn’t want to die. (Why couldn’t he stick around longer!). Bonnie screams out in pain as Jesse goes through her and a panicked Jeremy asks what’s going on. She explains what being an anchor really means and that those are the consequences but they’re worth it, because all that matters is that they are together.
Back at the now ended party room, Elena tells Caroline again how sorry she is about Jesse. Caroline wants her to try to understand that the outside world isn’t as dangerous as being with Damon, which shocks Elena. But Caroline says that the day she stops telling Elena that, is that day they’re no longer best friends and she hopes that day never arrives.
At the lab, Dr Maxfield is cutting off his tube ties while an unaware Damon pulls from the refrigerated unit, a blood bag with the number 12114 on it. He asks Maxfield why it has that number and Maxfield asks why he wants to know. Damon says because he was 12051. Maxfield is surprised and asks him if he was an Augustine vampire! (Big secret revealed! Oh Damon!). Damon has brief flashbacks and says he hasn’t heard that name in years. He tells Maxfield he thought their lab experiments were shut down 60 years ago. Maxfield says they weren’t. Damon decides to kill him, but Maxfield escapes his bindings and pushes the emergency button. It pours atomized vervain over Damon and he passes out. Maxfield comments that Augustine will be thrilled to see Damon again. Damon wakes up to find himself inside a cell where he has flashbacks to being experimented on.
What an incredible episode of reveals and a long wait until the next episode airs on December 5th. In the mean time, there are many questions: What or who is the Augustine vampire? Is he/she a vampire or is it the name of a scientist that created the vampires? And why is Damon not like Jesse, feeding on other vampires? Will the new vampires being created succeed in wiping out old vampires? Will Aaron play a part in Maxfield’s plans? Will Stefan and Katherine form a friendship? Will Bonnie be able to deal with the consequences of being an anchor? Will Elena and Damon’s relationship survive his secret? Will Caroline and Elena’s friendship survive over Damon? Is Katherine part Traveler since her father (Nadia’s grandfather) was one?
Tell us what you thought about this episode!
November 22, 2013 | Listed Under: News
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The Vampire Diaries’ Bonnie Bennett is back from the dead! But it isn’t without consequences.
Last season’s finale saw the Bennett witch (Kat Graham) bring Jeremy Gilbert (Steven R. McQueen) back to life, but in the process, she lost her own. After keeping her death a secret for a few episodes, it finally came out, leading her friends on a mission to bring her back. A few spells, deaths and crazy doppelgangers later, Bonnie is back — but as the new anchor that binds the other side. As part of it, she must also feel the death of every supernatural being, which, of course, she has yet to tell those around her.
“It’s very bittersweet,” Graham tells TVGuide.com about the return. “On one hand, she has Jeremy and her girlfriends back, but on the other hand, every supernatural being who dies has to pass through her and she has to have that agony.”
So what’s next for Bonnie and how will her relationship with Jeremy progress now that they’re on the same side? Plus: Which of her family members is making a return?
November 18, 2013 | Listed Under: News
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The Vampire Diaries cast and crew is on spoiler lock-down mode when it comes to the highly anticipated 100th episode (Season 5, Episode 11), but ETonline managed to get a few spoilery tidbits out of the TVD cast — both present and past — at the show’s 100th episode celebration in Atlanta on November 9. From all accounts, you are not going to want to miss this epic episode!
Death in Mystic Falls?
Considering TVD killed off three characters in this week’s episode alone, it is hard to imagine what a 100th episode death might look like, but it seems a distinct possibility. Executive producer Julie Plec, who wrote the script with executive producer Caroline Dries said, “Death is knocking at the window in the 100th episode, but I’m not going to say if death is successful or with whom.” Given that she also teased “a nice, big, juicy cry and a nice, big, juicy shocker,” we’re kinda, sorta worried about our TVD faves.
November 16, 2013 | Listed Under: News
Warning! Contains Spoilers!
Love triumphs over Death in Mystic Falls.
This week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries explores what everyone is willing to sacrifice for love when faced with overwhelming odds. Damon makes a surprising deal with Tessa that will have unforeseen consequences.
The episode opens with Silas (Paul Wesley) at a bus stop with a young couple in love. He recounts how he met his soul mate Amara and the saga of them being torn apart for 2000 years. Silas tells them he’s not crazy (they find his story hard to believe), he still wants to be with Amara even though she stabbed him. He tells them to live it up and enjoy their love while it lasts because up until two days ago he was “immortal, psychic, and in love” but now his neck hurts, his soul is crushed and he’s sitting at a bus stop. Then he kills the guy by burning up his internal organs. When the girl asks him to stop, he says he’s a witch, who is angry at the world. As the terrified girl runs away, Silas comments that love is fickle, but buses are tried and true. (This entire scene was genius. Got to love his wicked sense of humor!).
At the Salvatore house, Stefan (Paul Wesley) is dreaming about his time in the underwater safe. Elena (Nina Dobrev) wakes him up and asks if they can start over. He tells her in detail what happened the night Silas dumped him into the safe. When Elena questions him on how he remembers it, Stefan admits his memories are back. He tells her Tessa came to him the night before in his room and undid the spell and restored them. Damon takes Stefan to the basement and where they are keeping a seemingly nutty Amara (Nina Dobrev) in a cage, and tells him that she is the anchor (but now mortal) and they have to keep her alive until the now mortal Silas does the spell he promised, to bring Bonnie back. Damon notices Amara slit her wrists with her teeth, and has to restrain her as she screams for him to let her die.
Meanwhile, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) have a heart to heart talk. Bonnie wonders what will happen to her after the other side is destroyed when Amara dies. Jeremy tells her that what he wants to tell her three things. First, it’s not a good-bye speech, because he believes she’ll always be there; second, thank you for giving his life back. Bonnie asks him not to tell him the third one so he will have something to tell her when they see each other again. (Gee, it’s a bit obvious what it is)
At the college lab, Dr. Wes Maxfield (Rick Cosnett) looks at Katherine (Nina Dobrev) x-rays, and tells her that her blood work up is clean. Katherine asks what is wrong with her. Westfield tells Katherine that her 500 years is catching up with her and she is dying. (Guessed that!) When Katherine asks how to stop it, he replies that it’s the normal aging process only quicker, and she has but a few months to live if it continues at this rate.
Back at the Salvatore house, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) receives a call from Silas, who is on a bus back to Mystic Falls. Damon reminds him that time is of the essence in regards to Amara and reminds him of his promise to do the spell to bring Bonnie back. Silas has a change of heart and refuses to kill Amara who is clearly nuts from being in plaster caster for so long. He suggests Damon go ahead and kill her instead. Damon says not until Silas brings Bonnie back, but Silas refuses. He says the idea of Damon breaking his promise to Elena and jeopardizing their relationship would bring him great joy, so he has decided not to help Damon.
At Whitmore, Nadia (Olga Fonda) confronts Caroline (Candice Accola) about where Katherine is. Katherine shows up and Caroline asks how they know each other. Katherine lies and says Nadia is her stylist. (Got to keep those gray hairs at bay!)
Meanwhile, Stefan tells Elena they need to kill Silas and he needs to do it, so he can put them out of their misery. But Elena says they need him to bring Bonnie back and she hasn’t given up hope of that happening. Stefan accuses her of putting her hope into the wrong things, and the wrong people (Yes, he’s looking at you, Damon!).
Down in the Salvatore house basement, Jeremy and Bonnie bring Amara food. Amara recognizes Jeremy and asks how he came back to the land of the living. Then, she sees Bonnie and realizes it was her that brought him back. Amara says she is the anchor to the other side, which makes her able to see and feel Bonnie. Jeremy reports back to Damon and Elena about what happened, so they have an idea to make Bonnie the anchor; she can exist in both the land of the living and the other side, as Amara does. And there is only one person who can do the spell. (Guess who!)
Damon makes a visit to Tessa (Janina Javankar). He informs Tessa that he has Amara, that she took the cure, and she wants to die. Damon says Silas is on his way back to kill Amara. He asks if they can make a deal and pitches the idea of making Bonnie the anchor. But she says she needs a massive amount of power to do the spell, and doppelgangers can provide it, with their blood. Damon asks her how many she wants. (Oh, about three should do it).
Elena reminds Stefan that killing your doppelganger is bad luck and revenge is not the answer as they’ve known from their pasts. Stefan tells Elena every time he closes his eyes, he’s back in the safe, drowning and in terrible pain. The only way he knows how to make it stop, is to kill Silas. Otherwise, he will go insane and maybe turn off his humanity.
Back at the college, Nadia asks Katherine why she is avoiding her and feels abandoned again. Katherine says she never abandoned her; her father took Nadia away from her because he thought she was a slut. Katherine doesn’t want to do the mother/daughter thing any more. She tells a confused and angry Nadia that they are done. Caroline interrupts them to take Katherine to the Salvatore house where she is needed.
Damon brings Tessa to Amara in the basement. Amara apologies to Tessa and says her life has been a living hell, that she has won and begs Tessa to kill her. Tessa says she will once she makes someone else the anchor. This will trap Silas and they will spend eternity apart. Caroline brings Katherine to the house and upon meeting Tessa, demands that she cure her of aging in exchange for her blood. Tessa surprisingly agrees (yeah, right). Tessa uses Bonnie’s grimmeouir and cuts the palms of Katherine, Amara and Elena for their blood to do the spell. As she begins, all the lights in the house suddenly shatter and Tessa demands that Silas show himself. (He loves to spoil the fun!)
Tessa finds Silas in another part of the darkened house, as Damon and Elena realize that Amara is missing. Silas asks Tessa to just let go of the hateful vengeance she has had for 2000 years. They start attacking each other and as Silas stabs Tessa, he takes a call from Stefan. (In the middle of murdering your ex?) He is holding Amara outside on the grounds of the house and gives Silas ten minutes to come out or he will kill her.
Meanwhile, Caroline feeds Katherine vampire blood to heal the knife wound on her hand that won’t stop bleeding. But Katherine throws it back up, realizing that the cure doesn’t like vampire blood. Elena finds Tessa and takes out the metal rod Silas embedded in her. Elena tells her it’s just a flesh wound, and that she is not done yet. She drags Tessa out of the room. (Sorry, you can’t die right now!)
Somewhere outside, Silas finds Amara bound and gagged to a tree. Amara professes that she still loves him but she can’t live this way. Silas says he loves her too and emotionally a mess, he reluctantly takes out a knife. As she begs him to kill her, Stefan interrupts and tries to choke Silas, but he uses his witch powers to throw him off. Then, as he reminds Stefan of the torturous months he spent in the safe, Stefan grabs the knife Silas dropped, and kills him.
Back at the house, Damon informs Elena he can’t find Amara or Stefan. Elena tells him Stefan took her and they have to go find him before he does something crazy. Damon leaves to look for him, and Elena joins Tessa who is finishing the anchor spell.
Outside, Amara who gets untied, stabs herself just as Damon finds her kneeling beside a dead Silas. (A Romeo and Juliet type scene). Damon takes the knife out of her stomach and feeds her his vampire blood, but she chokes on it to Damon’s surprise. With panic in his eyes, Damon desperately asks Amara to hang on just a while longer, until the spell is completed. She pleads with him to please let her die.
In the fireplace room, Bonnie goes to say good-bye to Jeremy telling him that Amara is dying and they do not have much time. She asks him what the third thing was and he tells her he loves her. (No surprise there!) Bonnie tells Jeremy she loves him too. When Jeremy reaches out to her, they realize they can touch each other. Elena and Caroline come into the room and happily reunite with Bonnie. The spell has worked; Bonnie is now the anchor.
Katherine goes to Tessa and asks that she now do the age reversal spell, but Tessa refuses. She tells Katherine she has learned her lesson about altering life spans since that is what started the whole mess with Silas. She says she’s won; Amara is gone and Silas is waiting for her on the other side. Katherine sees the pool of blood around Amara and yells for help; As Tessa lies dying, she tells Katherine that love has prevailed.
Standing alone in front of the fireplace, Bonnie sees Tessa’s ghost, who tells Bonnie she is the anchor now. Tessa tells Bonnie that she’ll feel her death as she passes through her, as well as every supernatural being who dies and goes to the other side. And it will be very painful. Bonnie screams out as Tessa’s ghost passes through her.
Outside, Elena finds Stefan and he says he feels fine now that Silas is dead. He asks her that is so important to her. Elena says because she needs to know that it worked; that it’s going to take away all of his suffering and he’s going to be okay. Stefan confesses that he wanted it to be her (and revises that to her and Damon as he sees Damon arrive) that found him when the safe opened. (Don’t want to upset big brother?)
Back at the college, Katherine is packed ready to leave since Bonnie will be back to share the dorm room. Caroline thanks her for everything she did, which Katherine shrugs off with a threat . Nadia appears and asks Katherine to go back to Prague with her. Katherine tells her she’s not interested in a mother/daughter bond, and that Nadia will never see her again. Carolyn is shocked at hearing the revelation of their relationship.
Meanwhile, as Stefan buries Silas, he collapses and relives drowning in the safe. He fights the memory and in a panic, repeatedly tells himself that it is supposed to be over.
A lot of good stuff going on this week. Love conquers all, or does it?
Did Katherine break with Nadia because she is dying and does not want Nadia to lose her again? Was it Silas’ compulsion or Tessa’s memory return spell that has trapped Stefan in his nightmare? Can it be broken and by who; Bonnie? Will Bonnie be able to survive the consequences of being the anchor? Why is Nadia leaving her companion behind, trapped in Matt? Will we ever know the secret of the knife Matt has? What will Dr. Maxfield do with the knowledge of Katherine being a dying doppelganger? What has happened to Jesse and what did Dr. Maxfield field do with him?
Let us know what you thought of the episode!
(SPOILERS) THE VAMPIRE DIARIES Video: Candice Accola, Kat Graham and Sara Canning Reflect on 100 Episodes, Shocking Character Deaths and Wishful Resurrections!
November 14, 2013 | Listed Under: News
At this past weekend’s grand celebration in honor of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES’ 100th Episode, stars Candice Accola, Kat Graham and Sara Canning talked about the remarkable achievement of making it to one hundred episodes, as well as commenting briefly on which character deaths affected them the most and who they would love to nominate for a resurrection on the show. Here is what they had to say from the red carpet:
November 12, 2013 | Listed Under: News
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Will Bonnie return to the land of the living? Can she really trust Silas? What is her relationship like these days with magic?
And which iconic movie character does Kat Graham will she could emulate on screen?
TV Fanatic was on The Vampire Diaries set in Atlanta last week as Graham talked up her character’s bond with Jeremy, why she wants to “lose it” on screen and how her mother reacted to Bonnie’s funeral on The Vampire Diaries Season 5 Episode 4.
With the latest installments of The Vampire Diaries Season 5 focusing on Bonnie’s status on The Other Side, get yourself in the mood for a possible witch swap via the following on-set Q&A: