The Vampire Diaries returns tonight with episode 5, “Best Served Cold,” where we will get re-introduced to Julian, Lily’s crazy vampire boyfriend.
Last week on ‘The Vampire Diaries’
Damon, Stefan and Valerie were trying to find Julian’s body and stop Lily from resurrecting him. Why? Because according to Valerie he was a horrible person and Lily has no idea what she’s gotten herself into with him because she’s blinded by love — so naturally Damon and Stefan want to find him and burn his body before Lily gets the chance. Unfortunately for them Lily finds them before they’re able to do that and manages to bring Julian back to life.
This week, Julian returns
“After being reunited with her former love Julian (guest star Todd Lasance), Lily (guest star Annie Wersching) hosts a dinner party to introduce him to Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) and to declare peace between her family of Heretics and the residents of Mystic Falls. Damon and Stefan find themselves at an impasse when they realize they have differing views on how to handle Julian’s arrival. At the party, Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Matt (Zach Roerig) uncover a strange mystery involving some unsuspecting residents, while a devastating revelation causes Alaric (Matt Davis) to reach his breaking point.”
It might just be us, but tonight’s episode definitely sounds like it’s going to be an emotional rollercoaster! We’ve been waiting for Alaric to get better, but with Jo’s body being occupied by some random vampire soul we’re sure that this is going to be the reason for his breaking point.
Also, why is it that every bad thing that happens on The Vampire Diaries happens during a party? If there’s one lesson you’d think that the residents would have learned it should have been to not hold a party!
Additionally, check out a couple of the stills from tonight’s episode.
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