|"Miss Mystic Falls"|
Season 1, Episode 19
|Airdate||April 22nd, 2010|
|Writer||Bryan Oh; Caroline Dries|
|Producer||Caroline Dries; Pascal Verschooris; Marcos Siega; Barbie Kligman; Leslie Morgenstein; Bob Levy; Julie Plec; Kevin Williamson; James L. Thompson, III; Bryan Oh|
|Starring||Nina Dobrev; Paul Wesley; Ian Somerhalder; Steven R. McQueen; Sara Canning; Katerina Graham; Candice Accola; Zach Roerig; Michael Trevino|
"Miss Mystic Falls" is the nineteenth episode of season one of the supernatural teen-drama series The Vampire Diaries. It was directed by Marcos Siega with a script written by Bryan Oh, and Caroline Dries. The episode first aired on the CW Network on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010.
Note: Listings marked with a (†) symbol indicate cast members who are credited in this episode, but their character does not make an appearance.
Guest Starring Edit
|Malese Jow||Anna Zhu|
|Kelly Hu||Pearel Zhu|
|Spencer Locke||Amber Bradley|
|Marguerite MacIntyre||Liz Forbes|
|David Anders||John Gilbert|
|Rob Pralgo||Mayor Lockwood|
|Susan Walters||Mrs. Lockwood|
|Autumn Dial||Tina Fell|
|Stephany Brock||Blair Fell|
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|CW Network television series The Vampire Diaries.|