01/31/2013 07:09 pm ET Updated Apr 02, 2013

'The Vampire Diaries': Klaus Makes A Big Decision, Ian Somerhalder Talks Cure And More

On this week's installment of "The Vampire Diaries," Klaus is still trying to stop Kol, Damon is still locked up in the Salvatore mansion (trying not to kill Jeremy) and could there be feelings between Stefan and Rebekah despite their "no feelings, no attachments" deal?

Check out the official episode description of "A View To Kill" below and find out what Kat Graham (Bonnie) and Ian Somerhalder (Damon) had to say about what's to come on "The Vampire Diaries."

When Rebekah (Claire Holt) turns down Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) plea to stop Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) and protect Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), Klaus turns to Stefan (Paul Wesley) for help. After an angry confrontation with her father, Mayor Hopkins (guest star Rick Worthy), over his unconventional approach to ending the violence in Mystic Falls, Bonnie (Kat Graham) has a frightening run-in with Kol, followed by an unexpected visitor. Klaus complicates the already tense feelings between Stefan and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) by revealing a bit of Stefan's personal life, then surprises Damon by asking for personal advice. Elena (Nina Dobrev) tells Stefan about her dangerous plan for Jeremy, leaving Stefan in a difficult spot. When the high school's 1980s Decade Dance is cancelled by Mayor Hopkins, Stefan finds a charming way to make it up to a disappointed Rebekah.

Graham told TV Guide that Bonnie's "frightening run-in" with Kol is "honestly one of the most scenes I've had ... since I don't know when." According to Graham, "Kol is going to play a big part in a decision that Klaus is going to make and it affects everyone."

As for Damon -- who was last seen trapped in the Salvatore house, drained of most of his blood -- Somerhalder told EW, "It’s getting to a point now where only living for Elena’s well-being and getting this cure is starting to take a serious toll, and it’s starting to become not the healthiest thing in the world.”

Apparently, his desire to get the cure solely because Elena wants it may not be enough anymore. "This whole cure crap, Damon's thinking to himself, 'Why on earth would I partake in the cure that's essentially going to make me a normal human being and susceptible to everything. I'm having a blast!' Also, why would he want Elena to have this thing? It makes no sense to him," Somerhalder told The Hollywood Reporter. "Anything dealing with Stefan and Damon, that's going to be playing in the background at all times. Damon wants her to stay this way; they could live happily ever after, truly."

But, sadly for Delena fans, it doesn't look like it's going to be "happily ever after." Somerhalder also said that getting the cure could lead Elena to "go back to feeling this way for Stefan," according to TVLine. Somerhalder hinted things are about to get explosive for his character on "The Vampire Diaries." "There’s something big in the cards for Damon soon," he told TVLine.

Find out what happens with Damon, Stefan, Elena, Bonnie, Kol and Klaus when "The Vampire Diaries" airs on Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on The CW.