What Does the Future Hold for Caroline and Tyler on The Vampire Diaries?

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Among the many Vampire Diaries spoilers that producer Jule Plec recently shared was this nugget concerning Caroline and Tyler:

"They’re gonna go through hell and back with each other."

What, exactly, does that mean? How will the relationship between these two progress? Zap2It asked those types of questions to stars Candice Accola and Michael Trevino. Excerpts from their answers are below.

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Accola, on where Caroline and Tyler stand: I think it's a beautiful parallel for both of these characters that are kind of embarking on this new part of their lives in such an extreme supernatural way.

Trevino, on what his character is thinking these days: Why does she stick around? Why is she caring for Tyler, this douchebag jock?

But what about Matt? Says Trevino: Now we have this triangle. Tyler and what he's going through, and what he's going to go through, and Caroline and Matt. So for a few episodes I think there's going to be  this trio, this dynamic of questioning and wondering... You're going to see Matt investigate some things.

Accola, on Matt/Caroline: There are certain experiences that happen in someone's life that bring people together that wouldn't normally really have anything in common. And as much as you can try to relate, and try to relate, sometimes you just can't. I think that's going to be a big obstacle in the Caroline/Matt relationship.

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You want a love that consumes you. You want passion and adventure, and even a little danger... I want you to get everything you're looking for. But for right now, I want you to forget that this happened. Can't have people knowing I'm in town yet. Goodnight, Elena.

Damon

Damon: You know what they are? Children. Like lighting a candle's going to make everything OK, or even saying a prayer. Or pretending Elena's not going to end up just like the rest of us murdering vampires. Stupid, delusional, exasperating little children. And I know what you're going to say: 'It makes them feel better, Damon.' So what? For how long? A minute, a day? What difference does it make? Because in the end, when you lose somebody, every candle, every prayer is not going to make up for the fact that the only thing you have left is hole in your life where that somebody that you cared about used to be. And a rock with a birthday carved into it that I'm pretty sure is wrong. So thanks, friend. Thanks for leaving me here to babysit. Because I should be long gone by now. I didn't get the girl, remember? I'm just stuck here fighting my brother and taking care of the kids. You owe me big.
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