The Vampire Diaries Bippity Boppity Boo!

10 Feb

Last night on The Vampire Diarieswe all went to a ball. Klaus played fairy godmother to Caroline, he has pretty good taste in dresses.

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Stefan and Damon squared off over protecting Elena, (again), in the end Stefan helped her meet with Ester even though it might have killed her.  As a result they pissed off Damon who had very angry sex with Rebekah, and broke Kol’s neck.

What are they going to do for Prom?

I loved seeing everyone dressed up and I liked the use of a modern song during the waltz scene, even though Elena and Stefan ending up together on the dance floor was predictable.  They barely discussed the serial killer storyline, I think its Alaric suffering some weird side effect of being under Klaus’ control.

All of a sudden Klaus is so in love with Caroline, its seems pretty weird, all of a sudden they want the audience to see his soft non-villian side. Is this so we will care more when he dies? Any who, Caroline is not going for it, she pretty much tells him off.  He sends her a sketch of her and a horse, I know, weird.

Ester convinced Elena to give her a drop of her blood to use in the spell to bind all the original vampires together. If one dies they all die, she admits her children are abominations and should be stopped. I am not buying it, I don’t think she wants to bind them to kill them but to protect them and make them stronger. 

As usual Elena and Stefan had their weekly scene, they love each other, they can’t be together, I won’t give up on you Stefan crap. Yawn!!

Except for the pretty dresses and the fabulous house where they held the ball last night was pretty boring and repetitive. The original’s storyline has been the worst this show has ever done.  Perhaps they will wrap it up by the end of February sweeps, and the rest of the season can focus on Alaric, the serial killer and bringing Tyler back.  A girl can wish.

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