Josie Saltzman is flirting with darkness.
On Legacies Season 2 Episode 3, the Salvatore School and Mystic Falls High compete in the annual football tournament.
Now that Hope is a full-fledged member of the latter school, she will find herself in a tough position.
She will be forced to witness Josie and Landon's mounting chemistry and try to keep her cool.
But Josie is clearly worried about the way Landon looks at Hope. In one scene of the promo, the Gemini twin says the following:
"The second she snaps the ball, you yell blitz, and you bury little Miss milkshake."
Shot fired, right?
This also means Josie knows about Landon's heart-to-heart with Hope that played out on Legacies Season 2 Episode 2.
We already know that Josie is working on dark magic with Professor Vardemus, so it wouldn't be surprising if some of that was used in the upcoming game.
Landon is struggling with his feelings, and it's likely his connection with Hope will continue to come to the forefront.
However, Hope may well find her way into the good graces of the Salvatore School. The teenager realizes that a mysterious creature is on the loose.
This villain is feasting on werewolves. Landon's best friend, Rafael, is lurking in the woods, stuck in werewolf mode.
This means that he will want to find a way to save him, and Hope may well be the only person who can help.
"You Remind Me of Somebody I Used to Know" will also delve further into Sebastian's backstory.
Here's the official logline from The CW:
As the Salvatore School prepares for its annual football game against Mystic Falls High, the latest monster to arrive in Mystic Falls sets its eyes on one of the students.
Landon (Aria Shahghasemi) and Josie's (Kaylee Bryant) relationship is put to the test when a player from the opposing team catches his eye.
Elsewhere, Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) enlists MG's (Quincy Fouse) help learning more about Sebastian (guest star Thomas Doherty), and Alaric (Matthew Davis) goes head to head with Professor Vardemus (guest star Alexis Denisof).
Watch the promo below:
Legacies continues Thursday at 9/8c.
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