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The Vampire Diaries: Just to twist the knife even further, the CW hit brought Steven R. McQueen back as Jeremy, Elena's (Nina Dobrev) little bro who recently died, setting off her humanity-free spree. Of course, it wasn't really Jeremy, as it was Silas appearing as the vampire hunter in an attempt to emotionally manipulate Bonnie (Kat Graham). Le sigh, at least we get to see those arms and that face one more time, no? And after finally seeing Silas' real face in the episode's final scene, it's no wonder he decided to wear a Jeremy costume. Dude needs to exfoliate and buy some SPF ASAP 'cause he's looking rough!
Also returning in the episode? Tyler (Michael Trevino), to share one perfect high school moment with Caroline (Candice Accola). But we feel like his return was kind of a letdown and we're sick of him coming and going; our favorite blond vamp deserves better...like say Stefan (Paul Wesley)? The duo oozed chemistry while dancing at the prom. Here's hoping for some Staroline action in season five!
Glee: Idina Menzel is back and all is right in the Glee-verse again! Shelby helps Rachel (Lea Michele) for the biggest audition of her career—Funny Girl!—after seeing that her daughter started posting as Barbra Streisand on Facebook. Also supporting Rachel? Finn, via an adorable phone call. "You are one of the most unique talents in the world, " he says before telling her to call him as soon as the audition is over. Hmm...anyone else getting the distinct smell of reconciliation? Mmm...smells good. Of course, Rachel nails her audition (singing "Don't Stop Believing," with some "backup" from Finn and the original gang!) and gets a callback. Our girl is officially on her way to becoming a Broadway star.
Oh, and Finn and Schuester's (Matthew Morrison) bromance is back on as the duo man-hugged and made up, with Finn rejoining New Directions as Schue's partner, for school credit! (Seems like Finchel's individual dreams are coming true.)
Beauty and the Beast: Rest in peace, Evan (Max Brown)! Yes, the CW romance drama killed off Catherine's (Kristin Kreuk) admirer after he lead Muirfield to Vincent (Jay Ryan). Of course, he had a change of heart, but it was a little too late. Oh, how we'll miss your face, good-slightly-jealous sir. And hmm...what secrets did Evan uncover about Cat's parents? Speculate away!
Line of the Night: "You killed my spirit. My spirit blood is on your hands," April (Aubrey Plaza) on Parks and Recreation.