The Vampire Diaries season 5, episode 6, “Handle with Care” airs tonight at 8 p.m. EST on the CW! Check out the synopsis and the promo and find out where you can watch online.
After last week’s shocker of an episode, what with someone revealing they were a daughter, and a surprising sacrifice to end the episode, we can’t wait to see what surprises The Vampire Diaries has in store for tonight’s episode, “Handle with Care.”
The official synopsis says:
INDESTRUCTIBLE – Silas happily announces his new goal to Damon and Elena, but they are skeptical when he promises to accomplish one important task in return for their help. Tessa (guest star Janina Gavankar) confidently tells Stefan about her next move, then realizes that Silas has managed to outsmart her. A desperate Katherine discovers a new and unexpected consequence of becoming human again, and realizes she needs a new place to stay. In exchange for a spot in the dorm room, she offers to show Caroline how to get answers from Dr. Maxfield (guest star Rick Cosnett). Bonnie is touched by Jeremy’s strength and determination to stand by her. Finally, Damon is stunned when he figures out the secret to Tessa’s plan.
We also know, courtesy of the sneak peeks released earlier this week, that the plan to resurrect Bonnie will be well underway this episode, so in addition to wondering exactly what is up with Katherine (human? vampire? zombie?) we also get to wonder whether we will see Bonnie alive and well again.
Check out the promo for the episode:
Just in case you cannot watch the episode live tonight, and are wondering where you can watch The Vampire Diaries season 5, episode 6 online, you can catch it on the CW’s website usually within 24 hours of the initial airing.
Also, Huluplus subscribers can also catch up on Hulu, as the episodes are usually posted the morning after airing, and a little later in the week for non-subscribers.
The easiest method is always to set your DVR, but you may also be able to catch The Vampire Diaries by checking out the OnDemand section from your local cable provider. The OnDemand option is usually available the next day.