The Vampire Diaries: Season 4, Episode 12 :: A View To Kill
This week on The Vampire Diaries, Klaus turns to Stefan for help when Rebekah refuses to help him stop Kol. See what you missed on Kidzworld’s recap of “A View To Kill," which aired January 31st, 2013.
There's no shortage of twists and turns in last night's episode of TVD, it kicks off with Stefan waking up next to Rebekah, but as he scrambles to get out he's confronted by Klaus who also wants Kol dead and gone. Elena wants to call a truce with Kol in the name of Silas, or so she says (in reality it's a plan to kill him), Jeremy lets him in and Kol has one of the white oak stakes in his front pocket - and, oh yeah, moments before opening the door he'd been talking about ripping Jeremy's arms off so that he couldn't complete the Hunter's curse. Killing Kol is now the name of the game for everyone involved.
It wouldn't be a week in Mystic Falls if there wasn't a high school dance on, and this week it's '80s-themed, and bizarrely Stefan and Rebekah engage in some normal couple-ish behavior, picking out outfits and putting on corsages! But really Stefan is after the white oak dagger that she's been hanging onto, and after playing along for a while she surrenders it. Bonnie has been helpong out with the dance, but its hard to stay focused when your witchy powers are getting so strong they're beyond your control. She calls her Mayor dad to find out what she suspects when Elena burns her hands, they've been slipping vervaine into the water supply. Bonnie's mom Ruby rolls into town to help her daughter get a hold on her budding powers.
Stefan and Rebekah are getting along
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Elena's plan to kill Kol hits a major road bump when Kol turns down her truce and pitches up at her house tearing the place apart looking for her and Jeremy. Klaus has been the appointed vampire-sitter for Damon, who's been locked up in the Salvatore dungeon this whole episode because of his compulsion (in addition to hooking up with Elena, in his opinion.) Klaus goads Damon with his worst insecurities, and Damon gives him some advice on how to be a better villain (i.e. doing bad things for no reason at all!) Damon isn't 100 per cent on board with the cure since he can't see a future with Elena and Stefan apart.
In the meantime, Jeremy almost gets torn apart, but Elena (who was daggered) saves him in the nick of time, and he sprays Kol in the face with vervaine and then daggers him. Klaus sees this all go down from outside and is furious that Kol didn't suffer the way he wanted him to and threatens to burn the house down. Stefan and Damon continue to bicker, and when Stefan goes too far Damon punches him in the face - but that's not all, Jeremy's Hunter's Mark is getting exponentially bigger before their eyes.
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