The Vampire Diaries Recap: Season 3 Episode 20 ‘Do Not Go Gentle’ 4/26/12

The Vampire Diaries Recap: Season 3 Episode 20 'Do Not Go Gentle' 4/26/12

Tonight the CW’s hit blood draining drama, The Vampire Diaries returns with an all new episode entitled “Do Not Go Gentle”. If you missed last week’s return after the hiatus you can read the recap here.

This evening looks spectacular with the Mystic Falls 1920′s Decade Dance and of course anyone who is anyone will be there. Including us! As usual it looks like there will be a lot of drama surrounding this dance (no big shock there) and of course Klaus will be the head of the trouble. Meanwhile it looks like Alaric is going to make himself a new friend.

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CW’s Synopsis:

WHAT THE WORLD HAS TO OFFER – Alaric finds an unexpected ally to guide him on his dangerous new path, while Damon and Meredith (guest star Torrey Devitto) try to figure out what their next move should be. At the school’s 1920s Decade Dance, Bonnie asks Jamie (guest star Robert Ri’chard) to go with her and, at Caroline’s suggestion, Elena asks Stefan to be her date. Caroline is pleasantly surprised when Tyler shows up at the dance determined to sweep her off her feet, but Klaus does his best to come between them. The dance takes a deadly turn when Damon and Stefan realize they need the help of Matt, Jeremy and especially Bonnie to undo a spell that could prove devastating for everyone.

The Cast:
Nina Dobrev as Elena Gilbet
Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore
Ian Somerhalder as Damon Salvatore
Steven R. McQueen as Jeremy Gilbert
Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennet
Candice Accola as Caroline Forbes
Zach Roerig as Matt Donovan
Michael Trevino as Tyler Lockwood
Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman
Joseph Morgan as Klaus
Claire Holt as Rebekah


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