'The Vampire Diaries' recap: The Killing

Thank god for Michael Trevino's torso. If Tyler hadn't woken up shirtless, I don't know that I would've been able to snap out of the misery this episode brought me. I feel like I should also apologize to my DVR/life partner Peter, who has the unfortunate luck of being positioned near the TV, which I spent much of the hour shouting at. Also, Peter, sorry about the crying. (And the rewinding and crying again.) Let's bring the pain!

I've been advocating for Aunt Jenna to die for, like, ever because it was just too difficult to fit her into the story when she wasn't in the know. I'm so glad they waited and gave Sara Canning a beautiful exit in which she went out fighting. Greta tempted Jenna into drinking from her, so the transition to vampire was complete. Honestly, I hated Greta more than Klaus. I feel like whatever Klaus is doing is somehow in his twisted hybrid nature (pushing for Klaus to dub himself a vampolf). What's Greta's excuse? Jules joined the party and Greta announced that she was slowing Jules' transformation for the ritual — so the screams we were hearing were due to Jules' insides trying to tear themselves free. Lovely. Read More...



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