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okay..cassie is starting to annoy me...why wouldnt she be suspicious of someone who survived the fire that no one else did, why would she be so quick to trust that the medallion would be what kept them safe, she seems more interested in finding the truth out about her dad then whats best for the circle and its pretty clear that the dark magic is starting to consume her....alsoo, in the trailer for next week was that diana and adam kissing?!?! i did want him and cassie to get together but now i think i like the idea of him and diana working out again, but diana does seem a little needy when it comes to him....we shall see!


I thought the episode was quite strong.I figured the psychic was suspect. I liiked that we actually got to see melissa and that she has a semblance of a storyline. Cassie's addition to the circle mostly wreaking havoc on their lives is definitely noted.Everyone is kind of falling apart.I continue to like but continue to feel bad for Adam, but I do wish he'd tame the jealousy down a notch.He actually is the most responsible one of them all and Diana was right, he is the show's moral compass so to speak,but his puppy dog affection with Cassie makes no one take him seriously when they should.It was a sound episode and I felt like maybe they would venture out more into the others outside of Cassie.My biggest complaint is that the others tend to fall by the wayside for her sake.


I am curious, did they ever address how the circle (sans Cassie) discovered they were witches in the first place?

I am starting to lose sympathy for Cassie as well...the end scene was also cut too suddenly...how did they get their powers back if they finished the spell that was going to take them?

Carissa, how could you not address the OMG moment when Dawn was stabbed?! Did NOT see that coming at all!


I am becoming really impressed with Britt. Her acting skills have dramatically emproved. She looked pretty scary a few times in this episode. Besides the fact that it's showing how her family's past could potentially enfluence her, she looked purely evil at points, showing either her restraint or anger at the situation. I was blown away.


This was a pretty good episode. I am still not loving this show but I will keep staying with it. I am interested in seeing Joe Lando!!!
I personally think Britt was way better on Life Unexpected...


Normally I love your reviews but this one was really lacking. Your opening sentence mentions twists but then you spend most of the review complaining about Dawn's shopping and Britt Robertson's acting. Nothing on Charles, Ethan, the bonfire or the end scene. Smh(sigh) Looks like I'll have to fine another website that reviews TSC.


Carissa, The Secret Circle is loosely based upon a book series of the same name much like The Vampire Diaries. You should read it and may learn why there is a character named Cassie and why she is in town. I personally like the show and sometimes kids just don't know how to act. Britt was good in that one show she was in, but this may need more acting chops.


I loved this episode. My favorite part was the end when cassie realized the medallion was taking there power and she stopped and told Lucy she remembered the spell her father did and Lucy got scared and then Cassie did a spell and almost killed Lucy but didn't and just made her promise never to come back to chance harbor. I can't wait till we finally meet Blackwell it should be an amazing episode. The next episode looks amazing.


This show is a bit silly. Cassie didn't care much tonight about Adam's birthday now did she. I just don't like Adam. He's too holier than thou.
And I think the casting is bad...the actor just looks shifty all the time.


@ Carissa: Dawn marked Lucy not the other way around. Re read or ask someone to proof your post. It isn't the first time a TVF writer posted something with grammar and spelling errors.

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