Hollywood Life has the scoop on what to expect in the second episode of season 4.
1.Following the events of the premiere, Bonnie (Kat Graham) remains a wreck throughout this entire episode.
2. Elena and [Spoiler] commit an unspeakable act — in a church.
3. Matt (Zach Roerig) and Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) bromance grows to adorable new heights.
4. Caroline (Candice Accola) is, yet again, caught doing the walk of shame. That girl…
5. There’s a plethora of cuteness between Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena as he prepares her for what’s ahead.
6. Elena also *ahem* bonds with Damon (Ian Somerhalder) under similar circumstances.
7. The gang takes a moment to mourn the dead — many of whom Damon was responsible for.
8. Just when you thought you couldn’t love Tyler (Michael Trevino) any more, he does something that makes you appreciate just how much he’s grown since season one. (Remember? He was, as Alaric would say, such a dick.)
9. There’s one particular Elena scene that will gross you out — unless you have a really sick sense of humor, in which case you might find yourself giggling at it.
10. Two couples get hot and heavy. I’ll say no more.
11. There’s something big happening to Jeremy. I’d elaborate, but I’m not sure I fully understand it myself.
12. Something happens during the episode’s final minute and a half that will induce squeals of girlish delight from fans.
Source – Hollywood Life
Hollywood Life has the scoop on what to expect in the first episode of season 4.
5. I think you’ll be really impressed by Michael Trevino as Klaus. His portrayal is equal parts chilling, sexy and unpredictable.
6. As I say every fall, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) has once again aged like a fine wine — and he clearly spent his entire hiatus at the gym.
7. The premiere sees a major power shift in Mystic Falls’ government.
8. “Tyler” forces Bonnie (Kat Graham) to make a dark, life-or-death decision — and oh yes, there will be consequences.
9. Matt (Zach Roerig) is given a chance to “prove” just how badly he feels about Elena’s death.
10. There’s a fleeting moment of Barbie bonding between Caroline (Candice Accola) and Rebekah (Claire Holt) — but it’s not long before Becks goes back to being a total bitch.
12. The ending is nothing short of explosive.
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Christine: TVD scoop!
“There’s going to be a profound sense of guilt, but shadowing that is going be this overwhelming feeling of being loved. Matt hasn’t felt that kind of love since season one or if ever in his life,” Zach Roerig says of Mystic Falls’ resident human/busboy in the beginning of season four after he learns what happened to Elena (you know, the fangs and bloodlust). “Matt’s going to be guilty, but also because he’s been loved so much, earn his life everyday.” Roerig adds that Matt and Caroline share a scene in the premiere that is “not too emotionally charged” and was the actually the first scene shot of season four. “I was honored to start the year off.”
Source – E!Online
E!Online recently spoke to Ian Somerhalder about what to expect in season 4 and he mention bad things for Matt Donovan.
Beth: Vampire Diaries scoop, please and thank you!
Matt Donovan fans, you may want to avert your eyes: “Matt’s going to have a tough year. I’m not kidding you, Matt’s going to have a really tough year. I feel bad for Matt,” Ian Somerhalder warns of Damon’s feelings toward Mystic Falls’ No. 1 quarterback/busboy after learning that Stefan chose to save him over Elena.
Source – E!Online
A FAMILY DINNER — Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre) delivers some disturbing news to Alaric (Matt Davis) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) about the weapon used in a recent murder. In the Salvatore brothers’ escalating quest to kill Klaus (Joseph Morgan), Stefan (Paul Wesley) turns to Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Abby (guest star Persia White), while Damon (Ian Somerhalder) reaches out to an old acquaintance for help in setting up an elaborate plan. Intent on a plan of his own, Klaus hosts a strange dinner party, where he reveals another story from his family’s violent past until an unexpected guest brings the party to an end. Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice Accola) is heartbroken when she is unable to stop a tragedy from unfolding. Zach Roerig also stars.
The episode was directed by Jeffrey Hunt and written by Turi Meyer & Al Septien.