Damon is rarely called the hero, but he certainly tries hard to be one. He’s been called selfish by many, but if he loves you, he’ll go to the end of the earth to save you. Can he save Bonnie?
Why does it seem like when Damon tries to save the day, he makes things even worse?
This episode wasn’t quite as intense as the ones before, because we knew Stefan would be fine. It was just the how Damon was going to save his brother that was the question.
Just when you breathe a sigh of relief that Stefan is not lost forever, you realize it’s not over yet. Stefan may not be dead, but he’s not safe yet. There’s still a long way to go before we can relax.
I went into this episode being warned that we would be “losing some beloved characters,” but it still didn’t prepare me for what was to come. Where does The Vampire Diaries go from here?
We saw as Mystical Falls fell into chaos and now we’ve caught up with the flash forwards, but maybe everything isn’t as different as we originally thought.
It’s been a long time since we’ve had a crossover episode and this one gave us everything we were waiting for.
We’ve known for a while now that Steroline was doomed, we just didn’t know how it happened. There’s nothing that can prepare you for the end, only hope that maybe one day they will be reunited.
If it wasn’t for the flash forwards, I’d be terrified for just about everyone. No one seems to be safe, luckily we know who will, at least, be alive in the future. So, we can rest a little easy. The state of their well being is another question.
This Phoenix stone is even getting me confused. You can’t tell what’s real and what’s in their heads. You’re always hoping it’s just in their heads, because if it’s not, people are just dying left and right.