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The Secret Circle: Season 1, Episode 4 :: Heather

Oct 07, 2011

This week on The Secret Circle (Season 1, Episode 4) Cassie goes looking for an old friend of her mother’s who can tell her about the accident that tore all their parents apart years ago, and put an end to the original circle. Read the Kidzworld recap of “Heather”, which aired October 6, 2011, to find out what you missed!

A Book of Her Own

With the circle sealed the teens of the original witching families of Chance Harbor can no longer use their powers alone, which frustrates Faye (Phoebe Tonkin), but keeps everyone safe. After the attacks from Zachary newcomer Cassie (Britt Robertson) is determined to get to the bottom of what happened on the boat fire all those years ago, and how her mom Amelia was involved with Heather and Zachary. Unknown to the rest of the witches, she has a secret weapon-her own book of shadows.

My Sister’s Keeper

After some research, Cassie discovers that her mother’s old friend Heather (and Zachary’s old girlfriend) might still be alive and living with her brother in Finn Creek, a downtrodden area outside of town. Thomas (Adam Dekker) offers to go with her, but instead of getting answers they find that Heather has been in a catatonic coma since the accident, but she springs to life when she sees Cassie. Cassie is determined to break the curse and Adam offers to help, but circle ringleader Diana forbids Cassie and her boyfriend Thomas from trying to undo Amelia’s spell with Cassie’s book of shadows. Undaunted, Cassie decides to go anyway and accepts help from the bad girl of the group, Faye. But after breaking and trying the spell, they get no results. Meanwhile, Melissa (Jennifer Kennedy) and Nick (Louis Hunter) get closer, after arguing.

Unleashing Evil

Faye reads Cassie’s book of shadows back at her house, but Cassie goes downstairs after hearing a noise. It turns out that their spell to release Heather from her mother’s spell worked after all, but the spell was placed on her because “evil” entered her, says Heather. Meanwhile Diana shows Adam a passage from her book of shadows about demons and evil that corresponds to the mark that Amelia put on Heather. The demonic forces take over Heather and she terrorizes Cassie and Faye, but Melissa and Nick see them and come over to help. Heather runs out madly into the street and is hit by a car, and unseen by everyone the evil slithers out of her and later makes its way into Melissa. Adam stops by Cassie’s to help her clean up before her Grandmother comes home.  

Have Your Say

What do you think will happen to Melissa now that “the evil” has entered her? Let us know in the Comments section below!

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