Ian Somerhalder in Vampire Diaries After School Special Clip

O Come, All Ye Faithful

It is that time of the week again where we have new clips from our favorite CW shows and The Vampire Diaries is one of them. We have a brand new clip from the upcoming January 17th return episode, entitled “After School Special“. In it we see Ian Somerhalder Damon dealing with a less than impressive Jeremy, who’s hunting skills need fine tuning from a strong vampire like Damon. Luckily he has committed himself to help him out and stay away from Jeremy’s vampire sister, Elena (Nina Dobrev) since she is sired to him. It will likely lead to an epic season finale, but we all know that only Damon and Stefan can help save their town from Klaus’ wrath, hence why he is dedicating himself to Jeremy.

Wow, I cannot wait to see how this episode unfolds. I will admit that I am sort of on Klaus’ side, but I just find him so interesting! He and Ian’s character certainly could become good friends if he joined the dark side, which I doubt he will do. He seems to be adjusting as a fairly decent vampire who is truly trying to work on things, even when he knows that he does screw up at times (ahem, like stealing Stefan’s girlfriend). Maybe he can prove himself at long last soon enough and show that he isn’t all tough/bad guy vampire. That could be a very redeeming quality about him if he allows it to develop.

How do you like this clip? I like it! I cannot wait to see how the episode unfolds on TV and see where all 3 of our favorite vamps go next. They seem to be itching for some real showdowns and I sort of expect nothing big will happen until the last 2-3 episodes of the season. That is where they truly have to pick it up and make a convincing case for the viewers to return and so far Vampire Diaries has yet to let us down.

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