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The penultimate episode is upon us!
All of our friends save each other and Kai sings karaoke. Also, <REDACTED>..!
Murdering someone because you can no longer taste food is perfectly reasonable!
Old friends and enemies drop in to say hello, and we're all the better for it.
Well that escalated quickly....
Damon's subconscious isn't such a bad place to be afterall! As long as you use the back door.
Stefan Salvatore needs a serious time-out.
Amanda R. is wishing that Bonnie and Enzo took her to Paris with them (but not in a weird way, she swears).
Merry Midseason Finale, y'all! Because no one is getting the way of Stefan's Christmas Eve Feast, right? NOPE.
One siren outsmarts another, and Alaric disappoints all of us several times over.
Our Gang gathers to mourn the loss of one of their own while scheming sirens SCHEME.
Our show really has it out for Alaric's love life. Man.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, Sybil tells Damon to applesauce penguin.
This week's episode managed to bring us some amazing highs and devastating lows, courtesy of Stefan & Caroline and Sybil the Siren, respectively.
It's the first episode of the final season, and already the bodies are piling up. What a promising start! *heart-eyes emoji*
What are YOU waiting for?
Which TV shows are still worthy of being on the small screen, and which are past their prime?
Find out which shows you’ll see back next season and which shows got the axe.
The season seven finale has it all: tense moments, snarky quips, hope...and heartbreak.
This episode does NOT feature Jared Leto manifesting your worst nightmares.
Never trust a vampire hunter with nothing to lose.
Damon Salvatore: Third Wheel Extraordinaire.
Damon saving Stefan isn't enough to make Alaric OR Bonnie want to share BFF charms with him again.
Paul Wesley gets to show off his acting chops by playing not one but TWO Stefan Salvatores. (What would the collective term for Salvatores be? An ANGST of Salvatores?)
Love wins all over the place this week, even if it did result in a fiery inferno of death.
Hearts are broken and friendships are ended. Thankfully there's still an ample supply of good bourbon.
Bonnie Bennett GETS. IT. DONE. Also: Daydrinking in New Orleans with Stefan and Klaus!
Is it too much to ask that Caroline Forbes stops losing the people who love her the most??
Villains are vanquished, but we're left with even more questions than usual, especially: "How could Nora date someone for centuries who turns their nose up at the occasional Dorito?"
None of these people should ever be allowed to babysit.
Vampire Purgatory is like being stuck at the DMV without your number EVER being called, but with a body count.
As much as Amanda R. hates to admit it, she knows that we would ALL be giving Caroline side-eye if she was in our birthing class.
INTERVENTION TIME. Because what would a Salvatore Thanksgiving be WITHOUT tying up someone with vervane-laced ropes?
Setting your mother's boyfriend on fire at her fancy cocktail party - justified or party foul?
Damon decides to turn over a new leaf and be the man Elena knew he could be! It lasts exactly as long as you'd expect. (It's ok, Damon. We prefer you snarky, vengeful, and always quick with an inappropriate comment.)
Love is in the air this week as Caroline & Stefan find their way back to (touching) each other, and Nora & Mary Louise realize their love is stronger than a hot bartender who shares your Pinterest obsession.
Amanda R. hoped to get Drinking with Damon: a spin-off comedy webseries co-starring Enzo, Alaric and Oscar. Why ya gotta be destroyers of dreams, writers?
Caroline was just doing you a favor by laughing at your ridiculous mourning attire, Nora. Bustles are SO over.
This season premiere brings you everything you adore about The Vampire Diaries: Damon and Alaric drinking, Bonnie not taking anyone's crap, Caroline being neighborly, Stefan's Hero Hair, Matt Donovan being stoic, Enzo's hotness, AND a new family of villains - The Heretics!
Find out which shows you’ll see back next season and which shows got the axe.
Death, destruction and heartbreak: all par for the course for a Vampire Diaries finale!
You didn't think that a Mystic Falls wedding would actually go as planned, did you?
We asked the #HowOldRobot to guess the ages of actors from our fave shows and movies!
Enzo and Stefan: Oedipal Issues Edition.
Mama Salvatore exhibits some Praying Mantis-realness while Bonnie Bennett officially declares this The Year Of Bonnie.
Amanda R. needs Caroline to never stop singing karoake or engaging her ex-boyfriends in Murder Quizzes.
Secrets are REVEALED this week! Mama Salvatore keeps a menagerie of barely-alive vampires, Kai has no game, Alaric misses his days as a hunter and Bonnie brought Damon back a VERY special surprise from the year 1994..!
Caroline Forbes and Stefan Salvatore as a blood-soaked BONNIE & CLYDE is the story Amanda R. never knew she needed to experience.
Amanda R. is dubbing this episode Three Wonderful Surprises and a Funeral. Also: Damon Salvatore gives terrible relationship advice.
This week Jeremy leaves for good, Enzo is trapped in a terrible plotline, and Caroline and Stefan make all of our hearts swoon only to have Liz Forbes break them into pieces.
Bonnie's birthday is celebrated by her friends, Stefan remembers how to be a great friend to Caroline and Kai learns how to express his new empathy thanks to Google.
It’s time for some witch twins to merge, so maybe now they can stop talking about it!
Mystic Falls would like to welcome us back from hiatus with a little cocktail of magic and torture.
Amanda can't decide what's worse, trying to care about the WonderTwins or having to see Caroline's world splinter into pieces.
Amanda's mixing up pitchers of alcoholic bevvies for those of you who are still recuperating from last night's sucker-punching, gut-wrenching, depressing as all hell episode. Mazel tov!
Sadly, Enzo and Matt Donovan can't make it to FriendsGiving but you know who could've and wasn't invited? Stefan. NO GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE FOR YOU, STEFAN.
Remember when Damon filled in for Stefan as Elena's escort at the Miss Mystic Falls Pageant? Because Amanda definitely does.
Amanda misses Bonnie and Damon more than she cares about Elena and Damon. WHAT IS EVEN HAPPENING.
It's a sad day indeed when Damon Salvatore is reduced to drinking Zima. Luckily, there's a very bright light at the end of this episode.
This week's episode is a huge pay-off for the long-term, diehard fans, even ones with terrible memories like Amanda.
Bonnie Bennett wins this entire episode, and Amanda NEVER thought she would be given cause to type that sentence.
Disappointing Matt Donovan only gets you a lecture. Disappointing Enzo gets you a fork in the hand in front of your new girlfriend.
The Season 6 premiere isn't doing anything to quell Amanda's fantasy of Brunch with Damon Salvatore.
Mandy C. and Emily check in with some of the best (and bestworst) returning shows.
Which TV shows got the axe? And which will be back next season?
The Season 5 finale brings back some beloved old friends and still manages to crush the life out of our collective beating heart. In other words, just what Amanda expected.
So...what the hell was THAT??
In which Damon makes cocktails, Caroline makes party games and Enzo makes lots of murderous ghostly mischief.
In which there are many feelings, none of which have to do with Elena Gilbert for a change.
In which Damon is in very real danger of losing his title of No. 1 Panty-Melter to Enzo.
Amanda wonders if Naked Breakfast with Damon Salvatore is a realistic pitch for a web series.
Amanda will take Whispering-Sweet-Nothings-on-the-Phone Damon for $500, Alex.
At this point I'm not even sure why the writers are even pretending that Katherine is ever going to die.
In which the word "canoodling" will never be the same for any of y'all ever again.
Looks like Murder Buddies: Mystic Falls could leave everyone dead, vampires included.
Thank you, Katherine Pierce. Because everyone knows that carefree, murderous Damon is the BEST Damon.
Happy 100th episode! That sound you heard tonight? Was all the mics being dropped ROUND THE WORLD.
Remember how last week's Very Important Lesson was about forgiveness trumping revenge? Yeah. I dont think Enzo got the memo.
In which Amanda learns a Very Important Lesson (tm) about forgiveness trumping revenge. And also gettin' yourself a little some-some.
In which Amanda looks very disapprovingly at Wesley and his fashionably snug jumpers and VERY approvingly at Bonnie and her fabulous new "I'm Back from The Other Side, Bishes!" hair.
In which Silas is that crazy oversharing guy waiting for the bus, which is really unrealistic. They’re never that hot.
In which Amanda discovers that age-old adage for soaps is true - if you don't see a dead body, there is no dead body.
In which Amanda uncovers the MOTHER of all plot twists - PUN FULLY INTENDED.
In which Amanda gives Ian Somerhalder's Eyes an Emmy for their performance and is pretty sure that she'll never be able to look at feathers again without collapsing into heaving sobs.
In which Amanda is starting to think that we really do need a collective term for doppelgangers (a mirage of doppelgangers, perhaps?) and we finally get to meet the One and Only Qetsiyah!
Jeremy and Matt are the Best Friends Ever to Bonnie, Stef-las is the worst Original Immortal to everyone (especially Damon) and Katherine just might have the capacity to be a bit of both instead of The Worst (tm).
In which FYA gets a new Vampire Diaries recapper - Amanda R! And she is ready to dish it up with y'all. Shall we?
Even the most avid fan of The Vampire Diaries can't always remember every last detail because, let's face it, a LOT happens in each episode! Amanda R is here to give you the rundown of the end of S4 so you're all caught up for last night's S5 premiere. HER JOB IS HARD.
Jennie pits Book Elena Gilbert against Television Elena Gilbert in the ultimate fight. Who will win?
Mandy C. and Emily thumbed through last year’s yearbook to rustle up some juicy info on 2013’s most popular returning students.
Well, that was an episode chock full of... wait, what?
In which Jenny is thoroughly satisfied for perhaps the first time all season.
Just when you think it's safe to open the curtains, somebody's gone and taken your daywalking ring.
The CW gives us a taste of their new Vampire Diaries spinoff.
It's Prom Night in Mystic Falls, and Erin's playing her The Cure albums back to back.
Science doesn't lie, you guys.
Spoiler: there are neither overalls or pitchforks in this episode.
Who loves new no-humanity Elena? Jenny does! Jenny does!
Cheerleading Competition! And other stuff.