The Vampire Diaries By the Light of the Moon S02E11 (CW)

The Vampire Diaries logo on CW, image via wikipedia
The Vampire Diaries logo on CW, image via wikipedia

Fresh on the heels of the boring Twilight craze, and the well-deserved True Blood phase, CW is offering up its latest in teen dramas. Apparently, this show drew 5 million viewers its first night. That’s probably due to Twilight-hype. I can’t stand Twilight. It sucks ass. I couldn’t read the books, but read a review from Dan Bergstein on those Stephanie Meyer books. It was very entertaining. The movie kind of sucked as well.

This is the situation, as I’ve divined it using my psychic powers. The Fox network saw that Twilight was really working well. Wow, maybe vamps are cool again, said one exec. Another said, maybe not, remember Forever Knight. Then, everyone went bonkers for True Blood. The same exec said it confirmed his theory that vamps are back in, notably teen vamps, not crazy sex-addicted vamps. One exec mentioned Teen Wolf, the other slapped him on the back of the head.

So, we need to find a teen vampire series. Wait, my daughter used to read some vampire thingie called The Vampire Diaries in the 90s. Let’s pressure L. J. Smith to write some sequels as an added incentive. That will make it cool!

Warning: spoilers ahead

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Ty is getting ready for the full moon. He calls Mason’s landline. Some girl is listening to the message. The girl shows up at the Lockwood’s. She is trying to track down Mason. She says that Mason isn’t in Florida. Ty goes to see Caroline. They are going to strap Ty in for the full moon. He’s drinking a wolf’s bane drink to weaken him. He starts to change and Caroline just manages to get out. The chains and the wolf’s bane weren’t strong enough. He breaks free. He is about to break down the door. Caroline runs off.

Bonnie is trying to remove the spell from the moonstone. Jeremy and Bonnie test Elena. She takes the moonstone but can’t leave her house. They trapped her in the house.

Alaric tells Damon that the Sheriff declared Mason a missing person. Jewels talks with someone. She gives them a report. She says that there is another werewolf, his nephew. Jewels goes looking for him at the Grill. Alaric poses as a drunkard. Damon distracts him long enough for them to put wolf’s bane into her drink. It takes her a long time to drink it. She never does. She’s a werewolf. She tells Damon that he’s been marked.

Katherine is toying with Stefan in the hole.

Bonnie apologizes to Luka. Luka’s dad is obsessed with finding grimoires. She asks his help to unbind the talisman. They do some ceremony and the moonstone floats up. Then it explodes in a shower of sparks.

Elijah surprises Elena at her home. He’s the writer she’s helping out for Mrs. Lockwood. He wants to have a chat with Elena. Elijah’s goal is not to break the curse. He doesn’t trust Elijah. He doesn’t know where Klaus is. He is trying to use Elena to draw Klaus out. Then, Elijah wants to kill him. He knows witches who can protect her friends and family.

Damon comes home and finds Rose there. It doesn’t take long for the werewolf to appear. It comes after Damon, but Rose is in the way. She gets mauled. Damon stakes the werewolf. It flees. Rose’s wounds heal.

Luka comes home and reports to his dad. It was just an act. He’s got the moonstone. Bonnie was duped.

Elijah comes to see Katherine and Stefan. He’s here at Elena’s behest. He frees Stefan but leaves Katherine inside the hole.

Tyler didn’t escape. The door managed to hold.

Rose thinks that she’s fine, but it looks like the werewolf bite poisoned her.

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