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Topic: the vampire diaries
If you listen really closely, you can hear every viewer thinking “wow, this is annoying” collectively. More
Ahhhh, fictional boyfriends. Here at Crushable, our staff adds a new one to our list at least once a week. One guy who’s always somewhere near the top of our list? Adam Brody More
This week’s Vampire Diaries marks the final episode before the Season 4 finale as well as the week where everyone remembers Elena and Bonnie were friends once. Somehow in the course of one episode, these two went from estranged friends to nearly killing each other to bff’s with everything forgiven in one fell swoop. Luckily, the show set up a million other questions through yet another bevy of screwed up relationships. More
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev, one of the last great couples of Young Hollywood, have reportedly split, and I’m not sure how to cope with my emotions. More
Last night’s Vampire Diaries featured prom in Mystic Falls, and let’s just say that Carrie, the infamous movie being remade this summer, was less violent than Elena Gilbert at this high school send off. Damon and Stefan hatched a plan to get Elena to want to be human again by reminding her of all the happy memories she had before all her family started dying one by one around her. More
If you’ve been a loyal fan of my recaps for The Vampire Diaries (and how could you not be?), you probably noticed that I keep mentioning a show called The Originals that doesn’t even exist yet. For those of you don’t know, the producers of The Vampire Diaries are creating a spin off show based solely around the Original Family of vampires centering on Klaus, Rebekah, and Elijah (now that Kol and Finn are dead). More
In last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, Elena and Rebekah were just one doppelganger short of a Charlie’s Angels set. Katherine wasn’t really looking forward to joining their team as much as she was ready to join…ELIJAH’S. Boom, the TVD writers got me again! More
Nothing about tonight makes sense if you’ve been a loyal TVD follower from the beginning. More
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O.M.G. This is the week! Everything I’ve ever wanted happens (warning, a ton of SPOILERS to follow): Katherine’s returned, Jeremy dies, and Silas has risen! Okay, so I didn’t really want Jeremy to die, but it did tug at my heartstrings when he did. So let’s back up: Professor Shane has kidnapped Bonnie and Jeremy because in order to find where Silas is buried they need a witch and a vampire hunter with the complete mark. Back in Mystic Falls, Caroline & Tyler find the sword written in some dead language that trapped Klaus helps them translate, revealing…DUN DUN DUNNN! There’s only ONE cure. More
Let me start by telling you they still haven’t found The Cure. I know. What the hell are we still watching for? More
This week, The Vampire Diaries was all about Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I mean, Jeremy the Vampire Hunter. After Bonnie, Jeremy is probably the most useless character. Matt doesn’t even have any supernatural abilities and I’d take him over those two any day. Also, apparently we only watch the show for Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder, because other major characters like Tyler and Caroline were nowhere to be found in this episode. More
Last night marked the mid-season premiere of The Vampire Diaries, starring Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, and Joseph Morgan. I don’t really know why these mid-season “finales” and “premieres” are getting official titles now, since this has been a thing for years. I guess it makes them seem like a big deal, which tonight’s episode totally was. More
Last season’s finale of The Vampire Diaries left fans with a lot to process. It seemed to be non-stop action from beginning to end. More