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As Graduation Day approaches, Caroline tries to distract Elena by focusing on simple tasks like sending out announcements, but Elena won’t be swayed from her new obsession. Sheriff Forbes calls Damon and Stefan to the hospital, where someone has been attacking patients. Still trying to force Katherine to help her, Bonnie refuses to give up on her plan to defeat Silas. As a violent wind storm causes a power outage in Mystic Falls, ghosts suddenly appear – some with good intentions and some bent on revenge.
The trouble is that Elena’s vow to kill her doppelganger once and for all might clash with Bonnie’s own plan to give her invulnerability. We don’t see too much of Bonnie this week but we do find out that she’s using Katherine in her dealings with Silas, promising her the same protection their nemesis has in exchange for the tombstone. She’s also promised (a promise that is magically binding, no less) to lift the veil after all, and we can only hope that she has a couple of tricks up her sleeve to prevent the world from ending when she does.
It helps that Silas no longer has power over her after she saw his true face, but Caroline has her own confusing altercation with him in this episode. The chase to her house and subsequent switch with her mother was thrilling stuff, and led to one of two fake deaths that fooled me good and proper. The ability to appear as your enemy’s nearest and dearest is a great tool to have if you want information, and the reveal that Silas can appear as living people, too (judging by him adopting Matt’s face), adds to that sense of unknown danger. I’d be setting up safety questions if I was them.
Surprisingly, however, the episode was so good that these quibbles aren’t what dominated my viewing experience. From what I gather, fans of the show have not enjoyed this season at all, so to have a couple of strong episodes leading into the finale might be the only thing to save it from a significantly reduced fanbase going into season five. This was one of those episodes, and all signs suggest that the next two will be just as strong. Cutting a long story short: Elena has her feelings back on and she’s mightily cheesed off with Katherine.