|Air date||March 15th, 2012|
|Writers||Julie Plec; Elisabeth R. Finch|
|Producers||James Thompson; Michael Narducci; Lance Anderson; Trish Stanard; Chris Grismer; Turi Meyer; Al Septien; Caroline Dries; Pascal Verschooris; Leslie Morgenstein; Bob Levy; Julie Plec; Kevin Williamson|
|Starring||Nina Dobrev; Paul Wesley; Ian Somerhalder; Steven R. McQueen; Kat Graham; Zach Roerig; Candice Accola; Michael Trevino; Matt Davis; Joseph Morgan|
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"1912" is the sixteenth episode of season three of the supernatural drama series The Vampire Diaries and the sixtieth episode of the series overall. It was directed by John Behring with a script written by Julie Plec and Elisabeth R. Finch. It first aired on the CW Network on March 15th, 2012 at 8:00 pm. In this episode, Alaric Saltzman is thrown in jail, accused of murdering Doctor Fell. Damon Salvatore and Stefan Salvatore reminisce about events from the year 1912, which involved a red-haired woman named Sage, who distinguished herself by her accomplishments in a boxing ring.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Principal Cast[edit | edit source]
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
|Claire Holt||Rebekah Mikaelson|
|Torrey DeVitto||Doctor Meredith Fell|
|Marguerite MacIntyre||Sheriff Liz Forbes|
Co-Stars[edit | edit source]
|Susan Walters||Carol Lockwood|
|Hannah Fierman||Marianna Lockwood|
|Lindsey R. Garrett||Samantha Gilbert|
|Lee Spencer||Gerald Forbes|
|Marcus Hester||Zachariah Salvatore|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Vampire Diaries was developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. It is based upon the book by L.J. Smith.
- This episode has been made available on the Vampire Diaries: The Complete Third Season DVD collection. The collection was produced by Warner Home Video and released in Region 1 format on September 11th, 2012.
- This is the seventh episode of The Vampire Diaries directed by John Behring. He directs eight episodes of the series in total. He previously directed "The New Deal".
- This episode aired on the same night as the "Lucky" episode of The Secret Circle. Both programs are based on a series of books written by L.J. Smith.
Allusions[edit | edit source]
- The title of this episode is taken from the year 1912. Flashback scenes with Damon Salvatore, Stefan Salvatore and Sage take place during this year.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- Damon Salvatore: Dear Diary, a chipmunk asked me my name today. I told him it was Joe. That lie will haunt me forever.
- Damon Salvatore: Well, I guess I could rip out Dr. False-Accusation's throat. Or maybe her tongue. I could chew it up into tiny pieces and feed it to the squirrels.
- Damon Salvatore: I saved your life last night. You're welcome.
- Damon Salvatore: Hey, do you remember when we came back for Zachariah's funeral?
- Stefan Salvatore: Vaguely. Why?
- Damon Salvatore: Because if memory serves, he wasn't the first Founders' Council member killed that year, or even that month.
- Stefan Salvatore: Your point being?
- Damon Salvatore: I'm trying to remember what year it was.
- Stefan Salvatore: 1912.
- Damon Salvatore: So much for "Vaguely."
- Stefan Salvatore: What do you want?
- Damon Salvatore: I was hoping we could hang. You know, a little brother bonding. I mean, I know we don't actually "hang out." We team up, we join forces, we activate our Wonder Twin Powers...
- Elena Gilbert: You know, you could show a little compassion about Bonnie.
- Damon Salvatore: [sighs] I know. You're right. Her and her mom must be really hurting right now. Should I send lasagna?
- Elena Gilbert: Ok, now you're just being mean.
- Damon Salvatore: I'm mean. You hate me. The Earth is back on its axis.
- Elena Gilbert You know, if you keep pushing people away, you're going to end up alone.
See also[edit | edit source]
External Links[edit | edit source]
|CW Network television series The Vampire Diaries.|