Only they also find themselves growing weak and rapidly aging - even Denise, whose perfect match was a pot-bellied pig named Murgatroyd.
Life Orr Death (air date: 2016-11-09) Evie attempts to rescue Stan’s prized possession, his Bobby Orr hockey stick, from the church donation pile, only to find herself transported into the spirit world where she too, is on trial for witchcraft.
Dig Me Up Dig Me Down (air date: 2016-10-31) After the death of his wife, Sheriff Miller is forced into retirement and replaced by Evie Barret.
Evie discovers the town is possessed by demons, and that Stan's wife was the only one keeping them at bay. Know, Know, Know Your Goat (air date: 2016-11-02) Stan's daughter Denise goes blueberry picking and comes home with a pet goat that turns out to be The Baphomet, an ancient, goat-based demon who wants both Stan and Denise dead. Let Your Love Groan (air date: 2016-11-09) Stan, Evie and Denise go speed dating and suddenly find themselves involved with their perfect match.
In season 4, Elena awakens and finds herself in transition to becoming a vampire.
Stefan and Damon are torn even further apart over how to help Elena adjust to a life she never wanted, and everyone must cope with the chaos created after the vampires and their supporters were outed to the town council and local leaders.
Seven dollars and twenty cents left over from cleaning attics and mowing lawns—the rest of that money had been carefully invested in the jacket he was wearing right now—a lettermanʼs jacket wouldnʼt do, not on this occasion, and heʼd heard that Elena didnʼt like them. Muldoon carefully change all the light bulbs in his house that the old gentleman couldnʼt reach any longer. But now, looking at the hundred-dollar bill, all Matt could think about was the old manʼs mischievous smile and his rasping words, “Youʼll know when the time is right.” Yes, Uncle Joe had known, hadnʼt he? Together with the eyes, they could turn a guy upside down and inside out in no time. Matt didnʼt know where heʼd gotten the courage—heʼd as soon have dumped an ice bucket over football Coach Simpsonʼs head after theyʼd lost a game—but he had managed to work his way up to asking her out. “Oh,” Elena said after heʼd made a turn away from town, “are we going somewhere before the restaurant? I hope you like it.” For the first time, Elena laughed out loud, glancing at him sideways. But right now, looking at Elena, words from the play—word- perfect—came into his mind: Who is Sylvia? Holy, fair, and wise is she; The heaven such grace did lend her. “Well, I can see Iʼd better keep you from getting mad at me,” Matt said, and Elena laughed again, showing the even white pearls of her teeth. He was just going to say something when someone behind him coughed with malice aforethought. Heʼd just make himself a sandwich when he got home. Matt wished he had some way to capture the image forever. “Um.” Mattʼs first impulse was to check if there were dog hairs on his jacket or something. I have absolutely no idea what I was trying to say.” “I think Britches is a perfectly respectable name.” Elena said. A feeling like slow, sweet molasses, crept out from her touch and into his veins, sustaining him. You will always be ready to put your loveʼs interest ahead of your own.” “Um, thanks,” Matt said, wondering if she expected him to tip her, but she said, “For potions, love or hex, visit me in Heron, at my shop ʻLove and Roses.ʼ” She handed Matt a card and went ambling on with her bouquets. Normally, there would have been a third, an embarrassment about how to word what he needed to say, but his need to figure things out was so urgent that he simply said, “Would you excuse me a minute, please? Just donʼt do any more impulsive things like the rose, and donʼt plan on giving big tips.