Dance: Anna brings cups to the punch table at the school dance being held in the school she doesn't attend. Jeremy reminds her that she doesn't have to help, but she says it's fun. She then asks to borrow his ancestor's journal. Jeremy explains he doesn't have it, because he loaned it to his history teacher. Anna cannot keep her agitation out of her voice. "Why did you give it to him. [...] You shouldn't be giving that to just... anybody." Germ laughs. "But I should give it to you?" Edgily, Anna asks him to loan it to her. He says, "I loaned it to Mr. Saltzman." Anna suggests they see if it's in his classroom. "We can get it back." Jeremy asks her what the big deal is, "with this stupid journal." Anna stares at him and we hear the crackle before we see the visual effects. SHE STARTS TO VAMP OUT! Awesome. I so did not see that coming. Jeremy doesn't seem to know what he's seeing. He says, "Your eye," with some alarm, so Anna turns away from him and says that there's something in it. "Forget it. I gotta go." Although her face relaxes, she keeps her back to him and walks out. Jeremy looks upset as he watches after her, and again, because he's been brainwashed by Damon, I can't help but wonder how he's processing everything. I can't help but wonder when the thrall will wear off.
Stefan and Elena are slow dancing and being generally darling as they debate whether or not Humpty Dumpty will show. When the tune changes (to a modernized version "Great Balls of Fire") Elena begs Stefan to show her how it was done in the '50s. He refuses, so she pouts and starts to turn away, but he grabs her arm, pulls her back, twirls her around, lifts her and swings her to one side of him, and then to the other, in a classic jitterbug move, then dips her for good measure. Before he rights her again, she's already extremely impressed, but once he gets her back to her full height, he grabs her and kisses her with a passion and purpose I didn't expect from him, but am so glad to see. Elena doesn't seem to mind, either. When their lips part, he says, "Now you remember that, because it's never going to happen again," but don't worry dears, I'm sure he means the dance move, not the kiss. Elena is too, because she laughs (instead of cries) and they kiss again.