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Extended Promo for The Vampire Diaries ‘A View to a Kill’

Another big episode of The Vampire Diaries is on the way! Coming next week is episode 4.12, “A View to a Kill,” an episode filled with potential Original death, romance between Rebekah and Stefan, and an unexpected guest. Plus more! Check out the official plot synopsis and the extended promo below.

A View to a KillOfficial episode description for “A View to a Kill:”

“DANGEROUS LIAISONS — When Rebekah (Claire Holt) turns down Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) plea to stop Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) and protect Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), Klaus turns to Stefan (Paul Wesley) for help. After an angry confrontation with her father, Mayor Hopkins (guest star Rick Worthy), over his unconventional approach to ending the violence in Mystic Falls, Bonnie (Kat Graham) has a frightening run-in with Kol, followed by an unexpected visitor. Klaus complicates the already tense feelings between Stefan and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) by revealing a bit of Stefan’s personal life, then surprises Damon by asking for personal advice. Elena (Nina Dobrev) tells Stefan about her dangerous plan for Jeremy, leaving Stefan in a difficult spot. When the high school’s 1980s Decade Dance is cancelled by Mayor Hopkins, Stefan finds a charming way to make it up to a disappointed Rebekah. Brad Turner directed the episode written by Rebecca Sonnenshine (#412).”

Check out the extended promo below:

What are your thoughts? Are you looking forward to the upcoming episode?

I am guessing that the “unexpected visitor” is Eijah. That’s my prediction. I also predict more Elena/Stefan/Damon love triangle nonsense… because that NEVER gets old (grumble).

– Moonlight

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Moonlight • January 26, 2013

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