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The Vampire Diaries: Season 4, Episode 2 :: The Memorial

Oct 18, 2012

This week on The Vampire Diaries, Elena has trouble with her transformation. Find out what you missed in Kidzworld’s recap of “The Memorial”, which aired October 18, 2012.

Feeding

Stefan and Damon disagree about how Elena should act as a vampire. Damon wants her to feed on humans, but Stefan thinks she should only eat animal blood. Elena tries out Stefan’s diet, but she has a hard time digesting the blood. Out of options, she confides in Damon about the problem. He tells her to feed on his own blood, even though he knows this will upset Stefan. But, Elena still has a problem accepting Damon’s blood too, since he is a vampire. Finally she feeds off Matt, a true human, and is able to keep it down.

Vampire Hunter

Connor Jordan, a vampire hunter, has been contracted to investigate the fire explosion from last week’s episode. He is determined to kill as many vampires as possible in Mystic Falls. He shows up at Pastor Young’s memorial service and captures the pastor’s daughter April, using her as bait to lure the vampires out of “hiding.” When Tyler goes up to the podium to say a few words about Pastor Young, the vampire hunter shoots him right on stage.

Baby Steps

Now that Elena can feed, she needs to learn the other parts of being a vampire: mainly, compelling humans. April needs to be compelled so she forgets that Connor captured her. Caroline thinks Elena should be the one to do it, since she needs the experience. But, was she strong enough to do it well, or will April bring trouble in the future?

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-Luv-U-Boo

-Luv-U-Boo wrote:

this episode was sad and i luv vampire diaries my fav is stefan cuz hes hot! :D Damon i...
commented: Fri Oct 19, 2012

Princess Kenny
oh my God, so Elena is going to turn out going to be a vampire. sad enough!!!
commented: Fri Oct 19, 2012

Princess Kenny
oh my God, so Elena is going to turn out going to be a vampire. sad enough!!!
commented: Fri Oct 19, 2012

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