|Air date||April 19th, 2012|
|Producers||Jae Marchant; Roger Grant; Don Whitehead; Holly Henderson; Dana Baratta; Dave Barrett; David Ehrman; Andrea Newman; Leslie Morgenstein; Gina Girolamo; Andrew Miller; Kevin Williamson|
|Starring||Britt Robertson; Thomas Dekker; Gale Harold; Phoebe Tonkin; Shelley Hennig; Jessica Parker Kennedy; Chris Zylka; Natasha Henstridge; Ashley Crow|
"Crystal" is the nineteenth episode of season one of the supernatural fantasy series The Secret Circle. The episode was directed by Omar Madha and written by Micah Schraft. It first aired on the CW Network on Thursday, April 19th, 2012 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, John Blackwell coordinates the members of the Secret Circle into recovering their family's magic crystals. If they cannot locate them from their parents' belongings, then they must try to find them amongst the elders. They visit Jake's grandfather, Royce Armstrong, who is not entirely sane and has been keeping records of everything happening within Chance Harbor. Diana meanwhile, needs a break from her daily coven-related crisis' and tries to go on a date with Grant. Charles Meade is determined to put a stop to John Blackwell once and for all and conspires with Jane Blake to get rid of him.
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Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|Joe Lando||John Blackwell|
|John de Lancie||Royce Armstrong|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Death of Jane Blake; final appearance of Ashley Crow on the series. Funeral services for the character are held at the beginning of "Traitor".
- The birth dates of all of the Secret Circle coven members are revealed in this episode.
- First and only appearance of Royce Armstrong.
- Actor John de Lancie is best known for playing the prankish omnipotent alien Q on the science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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