The Vampire Diaries > The Vampire Diaries Review: Best. Prank. Night. Ever. > Comments Page 5
and does tyler have to drink human blood now?
Guys, it's very, very easy to find out why Klaus found out that Elena's blood is the key to making more hybrids. Just freaking WATCH THE SHOW instead of making out with your boyfriend. The Original witch made it so that the drinking of the doppelganger was associated with becoming a hybrid. Then, by making it so that the sacrifice REQUIRED for the doppelganger to DIE, Klaus would never be able to make more hybrids. A stupid villain would just do what Vicki iterated to him, but a sensible would think aobout the possibility of a lie. Witches have been said to have the balance of power for supernatural beings in mind. So, it makes perfect sense for Klaus think it through, and decide that it would be too simple to just kill Elena. An experiment to make sure that this would work would prevent a disaster happening like in "The Hybrid" where a whole pack of hybrids died. But, Bonnie saved Elena, which makes Klaus forever indebted to her since she is the reason why Elena still alive, LOL.
question: so is tyler a hybrid now??? lol at stefean during the end part.
call me crazy but I love neurotic rebekah,she's a cracker.I love stefan he's still my fve character.
This episode was one of the best by far. I don't really see the plot holes at all. Klaus left without his hybrid and doppelganger because he is scared. Damon told him Michael knew where he was. I am guessing he wanted to get the hell out of there. No plot hole there. Klaus guessed after hearing what Matt said to Bonnie about what Vicky told him. Up to that point he was all about killing Elena. It is really hard to imagine that Pearl told Anna about Michael? I think not at all. They were mother and daughter afterall. I am also assuming we find out all about Vicki and Anna.
In some ways you can see the writers are utilizing Pavlovian and Skinner conditionings to "treat" each character.
E.g. Elena is being trained to let go of Stefan. Stefan has his winchester soul removed. And Damon is forced to act the better man.
P.S I'm going to say what everybody says to those that boycott a show on ransom... Don't like what you see, don't complain and don't watch it (I'll probably see a hypocrite coming round when a Stefan is all redeemed)...
And (seeing as my picture IS Delena)- I LOVED THEM! He was so sincere to her, and so kind. I wonder how being with her would affect Damon though, so I'm not rooting for that to happen. I just want a kiss between them (non compelled!)
I have a ton of homework it's insane, yet I am making time to watch the show and comment.
Best. Episode. Ever.
Or at least in a long time. It was AMAZING! I thought it was a season finale. So much happened, but I found it wasn't THAT overwhelming.
I wonder how Stefan will get back. And I'm very curious about Michael. And perhaps Vicki?
But can't wait until next week, if only all tv shows were like this. I didn't not relax one time during this episode.
Stefan and Elenas relationship is forever changed. Totally lost respect for Elena at the end of the episode. The way she sat there and asked Damon where he was. Meanwhile, Stefan told her he loved her, didn't want to hurt or kill her. Tried to kill himself so he wouldn't hurt her almost got killed by Klaus protecting her and she's all lovey dovey at the end of the episode with Damon. Unfortunately, for me I loved Stefan and Elenas epic love story and now, it'll never be the same. Damage/betrayal by Elena is done. Sorry to say I'm really not sure if I'll watch it next week.
Contrary to our comments, Yes there was a lot of Delena moments, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Stefena moments aren't coming (viewed in future spoilers with Elena prompting Jeremy's help). In fact, there was nothing conclusive about this episode.
The only depressing side was that they really are denting Stefan's character. Conversely, Damon looks like the good guy now.
I think it made perfect sense that the first thing tyler wanted to do was caroline
Ugh. Reading about all the Elena/Damon stuff in this episode makes me not want to watch it. I really, really hate their relationship. I can't really explain why, but it feels so wrong. Damon always comes off as a pervy creep, IMO.
So if Micheal isn't an original why is he a threat to Klaus? IS he a Vampire/Hunter/Witch/Winchester? The only way i can think why Klaus is so afraid of him is because he found away to kill a original vampire/hybrid. Mind you since all the original family is still alive as far as we know, not sure how they know it works. Either way he had Klaus running scared, not even grabbing Elena or Tyler before leaving town.
EVEN THE WRITER'S ARE KISSING OUR DELENA ASS'S. THEY KNOW THAT IAN AND NINA ARE TOGETHER IN REAL LIFE AND NOW ON THE SHOW. HA HA STELENA'S U LOSE!!!
What was the song playing when Damon carried Elena out of the hospital?
This was by far the BEST episode of the season so far. I am COMPLETELY in love with Damon/Elena.
When Elena uttered those words, "Where were you, Damon?" I nearly died. That was EXACTLY what I wanted her to say. To be like "You didn't save me this time..." And the whole hand on her leg thing and how she DID NOT REJECT IT! Be still my beating Delena heart!
Best episode of the season so far. Its actually one of my favorite episodes of all time. Mostly because it was a true ensemble episode. Every character played a part and so much changed in this episode! sure, tons of it was convenient. im sorry but why does vicky know that the doppleganger needed to be dead for the hybrids to work, i know shes a ghost but does that make her a dictionary for all things vampire related now? i could go on with those plot holes but i dont care about any of them. Most tense hour of tv ive had in a LONG time! was at the edge of my seat from the moment klaus fed tyler his blood until the very end of the episode.
The Delena closing moment was as... momentous (okay, so I'm short on creativity as I re-watch the episode) as the scene in episode _________ (someone help me out here) in which Damon warns Elena, if it comes down to Elena and Bonnie, ""I will Always choose You."
Also, Rebekah is a lovely realistic (you know, if vampires were, well, real) combination of scorned-possibly-still-in-love-and-jealous vamp! Gotta love her declaration after seeing Elena: "The original one was much prettier." The sibling banter between Nic and Rebekah is classic (not to mention thathis use of "love" is somehow endearing...crazy, right?)!
Too "Fast and The Furious?" or the right pace? I'm getting a bit old, so what was the plot again?
I also love this episode even though I agree that they did leave out huge plotholes. How did Klaus first find out that Elena blood is the key even though there was no other human around and what happen after Stefan bit her neck. I am glad that Stefan is a true ripper now and am looking forward to his one-liners. Katherine was useless and now I do not care about the Michael storyline.
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