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Saturday, October 29, 2011

The Chloroforming Pig Man

The Secret Circle - "Masked"

Jane leaves town for Halloween, leaving Cassie to party on her own. We guess a trip is a better way to get rid of adults on the CW than just killing them. Faye goes to an antique store with Cassie and convinces her to have a party. Rather than say the obvious, “Faye, that shirt you’re wearing is too skimpy to be a bra, let alone a shirt,” Cassie agrees. Seriously, what was that? We’d die of shame wearing that top, even if we were as gorgeous as Faye. The store owner, Calivin, recognizes Cassie. Cassie invites Luke to the party, wanting to make up for ditching him at the school dance. Also, he’s cute.

Adam is upset that Diana broke up with him, because destiny or not, he loves Diana. Cassie tells Adam to fight for Diana. This makes us like Cassie more. Cassie goes back to the antique store to investigate a weird symbol that was on the knife-thing Simone used. Jake magically ruins Cassie’s car and beats her to the store to threaten Calvin, telling him to stay quiet. But, with the help of the internet, Cassie finds out that the symbol has to do with witch hunters. She lets everyone know. Later, the store owner shows up on Ethan’s boat and tells him that Cassie has a right to know the truth about her father, John Blackwell, and all the dark powers she has stored inside her. This sounds promising.

Jake meets his boss and preps for witch killing. We see that Luke is one of the witch hunters. Bad luck, Cassie. For Halloween, Luke dons a pig mask, Faye is a sexy Little Red Riding Hood, Cassie is a sexy bumblebee, Melissa is a sexy Hermione Granger, and Diana is a vampire, but it’s not that sexy. Those fake teeth were bulky and weird. The girls are smarter than they look; they suspect that Jake is up to something. At the party, Faye distracts Jake by trying to seduce him in Cassie’s room, but it doesn’t work, and Faye notices that he has changed. The distraction gave Cassie the time to snoop in all of Jake’s stuff in Nick’s room. Jake walks in just as Cassie finds a knife with the witch hunter symbol on it. Faye bursts in and ends the awkward moment.

Downstairs, Cassie gets a call from Calvin. Calvin tells her nothing helpful before he is interrupted by Jake. Calvin tells Jake that Cassie has tons of dark magic and she needs to be warned in order to control it. Jake kills Calvin. We can’t say the poor little guy wasn’t warned… Meanwhile, Luke abducts all the witches, takes them to the docks, and ties them up inside a circle that is supposed to contain their powers. Jake warns his boss that things might not go well for them, because Cassie has more juice than they thought she did. Jake’s boss didn’t listen.

When Luke is about to kill Cassie, she shrieks and he bursts into flames. The witches escape, but they still don’t know that Jake is with the witch hunters. Cassie receives mail from Calvin that might explain about her father and her magic. Jane goes to visit Henry, but he is all dead because of Dawn. The body kept really well though. She didn’t even look like she was smelling something bad. Jane gets Henry’s crystal from its hiding place and tries to do magic on him, but someone knocks her out and takes the crystal.

This episode gets a good grade for Cassie setting someone on fire alone. Come on. That was awesome.

Episode grade: B

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