The Salvatore Musical is not the Supernatural musical genius, but you will laugh, and there’s a voice of someone we all miss.

Spoilers below

No surprise, everyone wanted to be Damon, even the girls. I would have wanted to be Caroline, but Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) took that role very quickly and placed Josie (Kaylee Bryant) in Elena’s role, which did seem fitting now that she has no magic.

Lizzie played her mother in the Salvatore Musical. (Bob Mahoney/The CW)

We relived many of The Vampire Diaries‘ highlight moments, and if you watched the series, you might notice the subtle difference, but the story as a whole didn’t change.

If you love musical episodes, you will be delighted, but if you don’t, there are still moments to enjoy. Kaleb’s (Chris Lee) voice is incredible, so it doesn’t matter what he’s singing. He will enchant you.

Josie also played an excellent adaptation of Elena. She was wearing the leather jacket, the maroon tank with the white lace tank underneath, the necklace Stefan gave her, and converse sneakers. It was a big throwback.

Josie almost looked like Elena’s twin in her costume. (Bob Mahoney/The CW)

Lizzie, on the other hand, had a hard time playing her mother. She felt Josie would have played a better Caroline. Clearly, Lizzie doesn’t know anything about her mother before she became a vampire.

During the performance, Lizzie got a letter from her mother, and Candice King narrated it! I would love her to make a guest appearance, but I’ll take her voice for now, especially when the letter was so beautiful talking about how she changed over time and it wasn’t because she became a vampire. It also said how Lizzie is changing and growing every day. It was the best moment of the entire episode.

If you are a Handon fan, you will love when they got back together, but you will be very disappointed if you are a Hosie fan. The writers are all in on Handon, while the fans still want Josie.

The monster of the week created the musical to distract them while the Necromancer (Ben Geurens) started his plan. It was cute watching MG (Quincy Fouse) trying to remember that the monster was the guidance counselor, but he forgot as soon as he walked away. It’s unclear what the monster was, but we do know he’s related to fairies.

The Super Squad will have to save MG in the next episode. (Bob Mahoney/The CW)

I love MG, and he’s always the cutest, but sometimes he can be too sweet for his own good. Alyssa (Olivia Liang) came to him to warn him about the monster saying she still cared for him, but she was actually tricking him because they needed a vampire for the spell.

So, we enter what would have been the season two finale with the Necromancer ready to take control of Malavore and having MG. One can only suspect that he will be sacrificed for the spell. THIS IS NOT GOOD. You don’t mess with MG!

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