Back in 2002, Amanda Clarke starts reading her father's journals and begins staking out the Grayson's home; as her anger and determination grow, she forms a plan to seek justice - as Emily Thorne.
McGee discovers his apartment has been torn apart by a robber trying to locate an item of great value hidden somewhere by the convicted criminal who previously owned the unit. Also, Congresswoman Flemming (Mary Stuart Masterson) tries to persuade Director Vance to pursue a career in politics.
A woman researching family history learns her great-grandmother's murder is unsolved. Rush takes the 1929 case, her oldest to date.
The team searches for a 15-year-old prisoner, Malia Norton (HALLEE HIRSH), who disappeared from a girls' detention center after receiving a life-threatening note. The investigation uncovers that Malia was a smart "model resident" who was 13 months into an 18-month sentence for a drunken-driving accident that killed a classmate and crippled her sister's boyfriend. Upon discovering that the detention center's alarm was rigged, Martin wonders if Malia escaped or was a victim of foul play. As the agents probe why Malia was recently manhandled and threatened by other detainees, they also try to locate a man who visited Malia at the facility.
Bonnie has an unsettling encounter with Luke (CHRIS BROCHU), and learns more about his family history. The Travelers' leader, Markos (RAFFI BARSOUMIAN), arrives in Mystic Falls.
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