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Meanwhile, Katherine once again had the most interesting and emotionally engaging storyline of the week, as she discovered that yet more people are out for her blood. Since finally being free of Klaus’ 500-year pursuit and turning human, you’d think she deserves a bit of rest, but now the travellers are after her and she has to make a decision. Does she run away again? With the prospect of only months to live battling with her motherly instinct since finding Nadia, she chooses instead to jump off the bell tower. Stefan saves her at the last second – setting shippers’ hearts aflutter – and this is enough of a pep talk to keep her fighting another day.
We also found out what Matt’s knife does – it removes passengers from their host – and this means that Matt is no longer being occupied by his traveller friend. That storyline didn’t last long, did it? We were promised that Matt wouldn’t just be a useless bystander this season, and I’m waiting for him to suddenly become super-involved with the A-plot. That doesn’t seem to be the case right now, but I always have hope that the writers will one day find something for our favourite bartender to do. Maybe Katherine’s current alcohol dependence will mean they become friends?
The Augustine vampire plot seems different enough from the last couple of arcs – Klaus and his hybrids followed by Silas and his search for Amara – and that gives me hope that the show can cut itself out from the knotty nonsense that we’ve been dealing with for at least a season of a half. With Bonnie’s connection to the other side keeping that storyline intact, however, I wonder if my hopes will be quickly dashed but, for now, I’m on board for the science-meets-fantasy stuff – no matter how similar it gets to Buffy season four. See you next week!