Anyhow, even though she's showering, she starts her diary voice over, but then we cut to her bedroom, where she's now dressed and continues to write. She admits to her diary that today she did what she most feared. She lost control and killed someone. Wait, how was that losing control, rather than self-defense? I can't stop saying Bah! She blubbers about how she's lost herself. Then blood starts to drip down on the paper. No, not from her chin. That's finally clean. Elena checks her nose, but it's not bleeding. Well sheesh, were blood to drip down onto the journal before you, and were not coming from your actual person, wouldn't you look up at the ceiling. I mean -- it dripped down from somewhere. Instead, Elena looks down at the floor, where there's a trail of blood leading to her door (which bears a bloody handprint). She stumbles into the bathroom, which is covered in blood. And on the mirror, in blood, is written the word KILLER. As she backs up in horror, Elena slips and falls to the floor, but then all the blood disappears. She scrambles to her feet. The mirror is clean. She looks around, and at her hands. Everything is clean now, but are her palms supposed to be bloody? The shot is too dark and too quick. And I've blabbered right into the final title card.
That's it for me, folks. I really did enjoy watching this episode, so I'm going to go do some controlled breathing and try not to hate on a story that hasn't been told yet, and might not even be told, or very well might surprise me. Regardless, I'll be back Friday with coverage of, "We All Go A Little Mad, Sometimes." In the meantime, please grade the episode at the top of the page and then come on over to the forum, where Jeremy is putting his vervain bracelet on our wrists, but we're mooning over Matt.