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The Vampire Diaries: Season 3, Episode 19 :: Heart of Darkness

Mar 20, 2011

This week on The Vampire Diaries (Season 3, Episode 19), Elena and Damon hook up! Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Heart of Darkness”, which aired April 19, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Damon and Elena decide to go on a road trip to visit Elena’s brother Jeremy. They want to make sure everything is OK with him, since he shares the same crazy ring Alaric has. They also want him to use his powers to contact dead people to speak with Rose, the dead vampire. In order to know who the next vampire to die is, they need to know who turned Rose. They head to a local motel where they won’t be disturbed.

When Jeremy steps out of the room, Elena and Damon finally talk about their relationship, again. But, just as Damon grabs her hand, Elena runs away. He stops her and they finally kiss! Then Jeremy interrupts them before things can go too far. Will they ever become a couple?!

Basement Boys

Last episode, we found out that “evil” Alaric hid the special stake that can kill an Original. This is dangerous, because there is no knowing what he will do with it. Stefan and Damon decide to keep him in their basement until they can get the location out of him. Stefan is forced to torture Alaric until he brings the evil side out of him. Alaric finally reveals that the stake is hidden in the secret cave that was discovered a few episodes ago. The only problem is, vampires aren’t allowed in the cave.

The Hunt

Matt and Caroline come up with a plan to try to find Tyler. They distract Rebekah with a Decade Dance at the high school. Rebekah decides to celebrate the 1920s. While Matt entertains Rebekah, Caroline goes on a search for Tyler.  When they reunite, Caroline tells Tyler that all of the vampires are slowly dying if they are attached to the same bloodline. This means if Klaus dies, he dies too.

Have Your Say

What will happen in the last few episodes of the season? Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

 

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