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I'll Wed You in the Golden Summertime 

Elena and Bonnie help Jo with last minute wedding preparations.

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Jeremy Gilbert (credit only)
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Caroline Forbes (as Candice Accola)
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Matt Donovan
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Tyler Lockwood
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Alaric Saltzman (as Matt Davis)
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Lorenzo 'Enzo' St. John
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Liv Parker
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Lily Salvatore
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Kai Parker
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Joshua Parker
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Now Elena has taken the cure, Damon's promise to absorb it by her blood raises doubts, so she enlisted Stefano to show him daunting risks of mortality and lack of vampire powers, yet he seems to have answers for everything. Caroline takes over eagerly when Jo's wedding planner falls ill, but Tyler isn't amused to be commandeered for decoration chores and duly scolds her emotional fickleness and hypocrisy. Lily escapes. Liv is back with most of the Gemini coven, even Jo's father unexpectedly comes give the bride away, but when they reach the altar, Kai, who already started his revenge on Bonnie, turns on the whole wedding party. Written by KGF Vissers

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The title of this episode, 'I'll Wed You in the Golden Summertime,' comes from a popular 1902 song composed by 'Alfred Bryan' (lyrics) and Stanley Crawford (music). See more »

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References Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968) See more »

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Performed by Matt Hales featuring Kina Grannis
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