The Vampire Diaries (2009–2017)
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Someone has been attacking patients at the hospital. A violent wind storm causes a power outage and ghosts suddenly appear - some with good intentions and some bent on revenge.

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Damon Salvatore
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Jeremy Gilbert
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Matt Donovan
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Caroline Forbes (as Candice Accola)
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Tyler Lockwood (credit only)
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Klaus Mikaelson (credit only)
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Rebekah Mikaelson
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Sheriff Liz Forbes
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Sheila 'Grams' Bennett
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Alaric Saltzman (as Matt Davis)
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Kol Mikaelson
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Lexi Branson
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Someone has been attacking patients at the hospital. A violent wind storm causes a power outage and ghosts suddenly appear - some with good intentions and some bent on revenge.

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In previous episodes, linking spells would work in this way - if two people are linked and either is hurt, the pain is felt by both. However, in this episode, when Bonnie links herself to Katherine, there is a scene when despite her resistance, Katherine's body forces her to follow Bonnie unwillingly. Linking spells don't mean that one has to forcibly follow the others movements or be at the same place. Other episodes have given no such indication - it has been shown that two people who are linked could be in two different places. See more »

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References Thelma & Louise (1991) See more »

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Theme from The Vampire Diaries
Composed by Mike Suby
Performed by Mike Suby
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