On the day of the Night of the Illumination in Mystic Falls, Mason ties Damon to a chair and the vampire believes that it is a prank of his brother Stephan. Later Mason tells that he is ... See full summary »

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David Jackson

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Kevin Williamson (developed for television by), Julie Plec (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nina Dobrev ... Elena Gilbert
Paul Wesley ... Stefan Salvatore
Ian Somerhalder ... Damon Salvatore
Steven R. McQueen ... Jeremy Gilbert
Kat Graham ... Bonnie Bennett
Zach Roerig ... Matt Donovan
Candice King ... Caroline Forbes (as Candice Accola)
Michael Trevino ... Tyler Lockwood (credit only)
Matthew Davis ... Alaric Saltzman (as Matt Davis)
Joseph Morgan ... Klaus Mikaelson (credit only)
Melise ... Anna Zhu (as Malese Jow)
Taylor Kinney ... Mason Lockwood
Arielle Kebbel ... Lexi Branson
Kelly Hu ... Pearl Zhu
Stephen Martines Stephen Martines ... Frederick
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On the day of the Night of the Illumination in Mystic Falls, Mason ties Damon to a chair and the vampire believes that it is a prank of his brother Stephan. Later Mason tells that he is seeking redemption and wants to destroy Klaus to help Tyler. He goes with Damon to a cave with tunnels where it is supposed to have a weapon to destroy the Original Vampire. Elena asks Jeremy whether he may contact Lexi to learn how she can bring humanity back to Stephan, but her brother explains that he has no connection with Lexi. Bonnie goes with Caroline to the place where the witches were burnt and she casts a spell from the Grimoire to bring the dead back. Her grandmother Sheila returns and tells that she must close the passage, destroying the necklace, since the Original Witch is sending every ghost that still has pending business back to Mystic Falls. Meanwhile, the vampires from the tomb also return seeking revenge. Lexi contacts Elena and she starts Stephan's "treatment". Caroline does not ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Georgia, USA

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16:9 HD
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Damon Salvatore: Greeting, Blondie... Witchie. I think you got your voodoo wires all crossed when you got rid of Vicki Donovan.
Bonnie Bennett: What do you mean? Why?
Damon Salvatore: Because I'm pretty sure I just got spit-roasted by Mason Lockwood's ghost.
Bonnie Bennett: What?
Caroline Forbes: And why would you think that?
Damon Salvatore: Maybe because he chained me to a chair and shoved a hot poker in my chest. Let's just say I'm having deja vu.
Caroline Forbes: I thought you said ghosts couldn't physically interact with people.
Bonnie Bennett: They can't.
Damon Salvatore: Yeah, well, I don't have time for a vengeful Lockwood. When I ...
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References Ghost World (2001) See more »

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Elena finally makes women proud...
29 October 2011 | by vered shmilovichSee all my reviews

At that episode Elane finally discovers she is not just a pathetic young girl in love with an extremely unstable man, but a woman who can actually say what she want and do something for it! I liked the fact she found enough courage to see Stefan suffers without turning her face and cry (well - at list not to much...). Stefan - like all men sometimes has to be trained, or in his case re-trained :-)... Hope it is all going to be helpful, cause i miss the sensitive Stefan. Liked him a lot better then this guy. For Damon - he is just great being himself: sweet and cruel. it is funny to realize after 3 seasons that he is the more stable and reliable brother out of the two. It is not something one could see at the first season, but it's nice to know what to expect when it comes to Damon - in the limits of his in-expected (sometimes deadly) reactions. Nice touch regarding the spirits thing - but i missed some information about Mikael and Katherine. What are they up to in the meanwhile?


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