The Vampire Diaries Crying Wolf S02E14 (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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The wolves are cleaning up the mess. There are a lot of dead werewolves.  One of the other werewolves says that the vampires are putting together something to break the sun and moon curse.

Elena is in bed with Bonnie and Caroline. It was their slumber party.

Damon says goodbye to his girl. The visiting writer is Elijah. Damon shows Alaric the dagger that John Gilbert gave him to kill Elijah.

Bonnie plans on interrogating Luka, Marten’s boy.

Tyler comes to see the werewolves. They tell him about the sun/moon curse BS. They want his help to find the moonstone. Mason brought a vampire chick with him and she might know more about the doppelganger. They show him a photo of the girl Cathy. Cathy is Katherine, but she looks like Elena and Ty says so.

Ty steals Caroline’s cell phone. He uses it to find out where Elena and Stefan are going this weekend. They are heading to Elena’s lake house. The werewolves are close behind. Stefan finds a secret compartment that leads to a door. It’s filled with vampire fighting gear. They find the other Gilbert journals.

Damon meets Elijah at a dinner party. As always, Damon has underestimated Elijah’s strength. Elijah teaches him a lesson and makes him bleed. Damon and Alaric go back home. A werewolf comes for them. He injects something into Damon after stabbing Alaric in the gut with a stake. Jules and her buddies arrive. It’s payback time. The wolves torture Damon. Elijah arrives. He’s got the moonstone. He kills three wolves by taking out their hearts. Jules escapes. Elijah kills the remaining one and frees Damon. Alaric isn’t dead. He’s got one of those immortality rings.

Jeremy joins Caroline and Bonnie at the Grill. Bonnie doped Luka up so that he answers her questions. They take him home and Bonnie gets ready to cast her spell. They both want Klaus dead. He has his sister. He says that after the sacrifice, Klaus will be vulnerable and weak. Elena will be dead.

At the lake house, the werewolves come for Stefan. Ty is with them. Ty shoots Stef a few times. Stef tells him that Elena has to die to break the curse. Elena stabs one of the werewolves. He’s not happy. She manages to stab him again. It’s not enough. Stefan has to kill him. Ty says that he didn’t know what they were going to do with her.

Damon tells Stefan about Elijah’s plans for Elena. Elena was aware of this. Elijah promised to protect her friends, not Elena.

Bonnie and Jeremy hook up. Ty leaves a note for his mom. He tells Matt that Caroline loves him. Ty says his goodbyes and leaves with Jules.

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