HOLLYWOOD - There is much rejoicing going on in Mystic Falls, Virginia, the fictitious town where the CW TV series The Vampire Diaries is set.
The shows producer Manolo Middlezuck has just informed the entertainment media, that the highly popular vampire show has just been renewed for a fifth season.
Middlezuck told Tittle Tattle Tonight's Pico de Gallo that he received the word when he was down in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with his stunningly sexy girlfriend, up and coming Hollywood actress Lollipop Wildstick.
The famed television producer said that he quickly texted the three stars of the show Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, and Paul Wesley and gave them the great news.
Wesley was having dinner at The La Brea Tar Pits Diner and he texted back that he was as happy as a homing pigeon with three sets of wings.
Dobrev texted him and told him that she and Somerhalder were shopping for maracas down in Tijuana, Mexico.
She said that when they got the word they both jumped up in the air and yelled out at the top of their lungs.
Immediately two Tijuana police officers, Officer Alejandro Flautas and Officer Howard Vamonos walked up to them and asked if they had been drinking, had taken drugs, or were under the influence of too much salsa picante (hot sauce).
Nina quickly apologized and told them that she and her male friend were popular, well-known TV stars from Hollywood.
Officer Flautas was unimpressed as he replied "Well we don't get dee Cooking Shannel (sic) down here, we only get Galavision, Univision, and reruns of dat funny ballet choe So Ju Think Ju Can Dance.
The couple was then asked by Officer Vamonos if they had come to Tijuana to buy some discount estrogen pills or discount viagra pills.
Dobrev giggled and said that they had not come to buy any kinds of discount pills but had driven down to buy some maracas for a nephew of hers.
Officer Vamonos told them to be sure that the maracas were real because lately they have seen lots of American tourists buying fake maracas, or knock-off maracas as they are called in Cancun.
The Vampire Diaries couple thanked both officers and went on their way.
SIDENOTE: As they were leaving Officer Flautas said "And remember dis ain't East L.A. so ju better not be doing no graffiti. Hab a pretty day."