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The Vampire Diaries: Season 4, Episode 21 :: She Comes Undone

May 03, 2013

This week on The Vampire Diaries (Season 4, Episode 21), Elena gets tortured by her favorite brothers. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “She Comes Undone”, which aired May 2nd, 2013, to find out what you missed.

All Tied Up

As the weeks go on, the Salvatore brothers are becoming desperate to get the “old” Elena back. So far, locking her up in their basement just isn’t working. They decide to take things to the next level – torture. First, Damon gets inside her head and tries to show her all of the things she is missing out on. Then Caroline steps in, but it’s no use.

Damon steals Elena’s daylight ring and brings her up from the basement, tying her to a chair in the living room. Stefan moves the curtains aside to expose the sun, and Elena’s skin begins to burn. But, she won’t let them control her. She pushes her whole body into the sun – going up in flames – to prove they can’t hurt her. Desperate, the brothers recruit Katherine, thinking she might be able to get through to Elena. Nothing works, so Katherine sets Elena free, as a test to see what will happen.

Turning Point

Elena runs, but is soon chased down by Matt. In a shocking move, Elena actually begins to feed on Matt, one of her oldest friends. But, Damon and Stefan stop her before she can do too much damage. They realize that they might be able to manipulate Elena by using Matt – Damon snaps Matt’s neck and finally gets a reaction from Elena – the old Elena is back. She cries until Damon reveals that Matt was wearing the ring that would bring him back to life. Phew – we don’t want to lose Matt too!

Silas’ Tricks

Klaus is back in Mystic Falls, and he pays a visit to Caroline, trying to convince her to go with him to New Orleans. But, Klaus isn’t really Klaus – it is Silas in disguise! Silas decides to play all sorts of tricks on Caroline – pretending to be Matt too. Caroline starts to go a bit crazy, wondering if anyone is who they appear to be. Silas wants Caroline to summon Bonnie so she can help him with his plan to bring down the veil that separates the dead from the undead.

Turns out, Bonnie actually wants to drop the veil, but for her own reasons. And in order to do it herself, she needs to do it before the next full moon. In order to do this, Bonnie needs Katherine’s help, since she has Silas’ headstone. If Bonnie can get her hands on that she can use it to harness more power. But, Katherine won’t do anything for free. In exchange for her help, Bonnie promises to give Katherine the spell that will make her immortal, like Silas.

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