I know that I've said this before in relation to "The Vampire Diaries" -- and it's going to sound extremely cliche, but I just need to say it one more time -- OH MY GOD.
In Mystic Falls, nothing ever goes according to plan. So when Damon and Stefan team up with Klaus to kill Alaric and save Elena, I should have known something would go horribly wrong.
Another decade dance, another drama. As "Vampire Diaries" fans know, death is always around the corner, but no one could have predicted what went down during tonight's episode -- when we bid farewell to one of our favorite characters.
Holy make out, Batman! After three seasons of major sexual tension, Damon and Elena finally gave into temptation and had a full-on make out in a hotel. Ironically, this was all Stefan's idea.
The Vampire Diaries takes a sinfully wicked bite into Thursday night television giving fans the terrifying and divine chill they thirst for.
The Vampire Diaries is never predictable, and if there was ever an episode to justify that, it's The Murder of One. Talk about game-changer! I don't know about you, but I never saw that coming.
The CW has a diverse slate this year, which gives them plenty of options as they attempt to shepherd the network towards a broader, older fan base. If they pull it off, they could very well graduate from high school.
Stefan and Elena spent most of the episode together, much to the delight of Stelena fans everywhere. Sure, Elena was mostly just following Stefan around like a lost puppy, but it's not like she had any other choice.
"The Vampire Diaries" fans know you have to be ready for anything; but was anyone actually expecting that? The mystery of the Mystic Falls serial killer was finally solved, resulting in one of the most shocking moments in the series' history.
My latest poll asked, "Who are the most attractive guys on current television shows?" I was overwhelmed by the huge response in such a short amount of time.
After last week's Vampire Diaries we knew that there was a possibility that we would have to say goodbye to the Originals, but I never thought that it would all happen so suddenly.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, or so they say, and when it comes to Esther Mikaelson, well, she's the craziest tree in the bunch. I knew that the Original Witch had ulterior motives for forgiving her son Klaus, but I never thought that she would go that far.
It was like a scene out of Julius Caesar, watching Klaus fall at the hands of those he thought he could trust most: his family. It was an incredible scene, watching each Original inflict their own sense of revenge on their hybrid brother.
"The Ties That Bind" was an emotional roller coaster of an episode, and it kind of made me fall in love with Stefan again. For the first time in weeks, he left his poker face at the door, and we got to see a glimpse of the old Stefan. It was a welcome return.
In an effort to prove a point to Klaus, Stefan makes it his mission to try to kill all of Klaus' hybrids, one by one, until he makes them leave town. You see, in order to win this psycho chess match, "you have to be the better villain."
Can you imagine CBS turning down a chance to tell the world that "the people" voted "The Good Wife" their favorite network drama, had the legal show won last night instead of "Supernatural"?