The Vampire Diaries: Season 2, Episode 15

The Dinner Party (17 Feb. 2011)

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After confirmation by apparently terrified Katherine that the single ash-bound knife can kill an original vampire, Damon invites Elijah, her maker, to a dinner party to stab him. Alaric ... See full summary »

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After confirmation by apparently terrified Katherine that the single ash-bound knife can kill an original vampire, Damon invites Elijah, her maker, to a dinner party to stab him. Alaric however finds out a nasty limitation to that method. Meanwhile Stefan tells Elena about the time when he was the vicious vampire, Damon tried to be good, and John Gilbert played a surprisingly positive part. Jeremy can't prevent 'immature' witch Bonnie being questioned and suitably punished by accomplished Luka. Written by KGF Vissers

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Guess Who Is Coming to Dinner at Damon's Place?
31 October 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Damon invites Elijah to a dinner party with Jenna, Alaric, Andie Star and him at his house with the intent of killing the original vampire. He visits Katherine that begs him to not kill Elijah, since she is compelled by him to stay in the tomb. Damon is convinced that he can kill Elijah with the dagger and the ashes and the uninvited John appears in the party. Meanwhile Elena reads John Gilbert's journal and discovers that only a human can kill an original vampire. Stefan warns Alaric that saves Damon stabbing Elijah. However, Damon removes the dagger from Elijah and he revives, seeking out Elena to tell that his deal with her is off. Elena asks him to keep the deal of protecting his friends, otherwise she will commit suicide and Elijah believes that she is bluffing. Meanwhile, Dr. Jonas Martin removes Bonnie's witch powers.

"The Dinner Party" is among the best episodes of this Second Season, with many plot points and a surprising conclusion. I do not understand why Alaric returned his ring to John and I am looking forward to see Damon's reaction against this despicable character. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "The Dinner Party"


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