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Vampire Diaries Season Premiere Sneak Peek: A Salvatore Showdown

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On October 11, Elena Gilbert will wake up in a panic, realizing just what she was made into on The Vampire Diaries Season 3 finale.

But what about those Salvatore brothers? How will Damon and Stefan react to the transitioned state of their mutual love?

In a new clip from The Vampire Diaries Season 4 premiere - first posted on E! News - we see the siblings over arguing Elena, with Stefan in denial and insisting he can do the impossible: turn her back into a human.

"Way to get her hopes up for something that has never happened in the history of vampirism," Damon responds, as you can watch below:

The Vampire Diaries Season 4 kicks off on October 11. We're a tad bit excited for it.

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Amie

@Red October and Fruit Salad, the simple truth is, the writers have failed to make Elena's turning a point where we really supposed to care mainly because they failed her as a character as they focused too much on trying to develop this god awful "triangle" and trying to sell it to the sensible viewers. So the whole debate about whether Stefan did the right thing or not is useless as given Elena's ridiculous character she would not be happy either way and she only has herself to blame really. Plus, given this show's inconsistency with the limit of supernatural abilities and their ridiculousness, its really no surprise that for some weird reason Stefan could not pull out both of them out of the water, or the fact that Elena did not try herself to get out (was her seatbelt really that tight?)...just like most vampires were suffering from hearing problems this past season.

Amie

@Kelly, I would add that this is not the nian show either, cos reading some comments I just get the feeling some ppl dont know the title of this show... @Red October and Fruit Salad, the simple truth is, the writers have failed to make Elena's turning a point where we really supposed to care mainly because they failed her as a character as they focused too much on trying to develop this god awful "triangle" and trying to sell it to the sensible viewers. So the whole debate about whether Stefan did the right thing or not is useless as given Elena's ridiculous character she would not be happy either way and she only has herself to blame really. Plus, given this show's inconsistency with the limit of supernatural abilities and their ridiculousness, its really no surprise that for some weird reason Stefan could not pull out both of them out of the water, or the fact that Elena did not try herself to get out (was her seatbelt really that tight?)...just like most vampires were suffering from hearing problems this past season.

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To those complaining about all of the Ian/Damon, we actually haven't seen that much of him since season 3. He wasn't in ANY of the premiere stills, and he was in about 3 seconds of the official episode promo. Only this week have we really heard or seen anything from Damon.

Fruit salad

@Red I get your point about Stefan's nature and doing the selfless thing. However, this is not just about being selfish or selfless, it's about the person you love most dying. Saving her would have been human and natural. Stefan seems to be an extreme when it comes to decision-making, as his affair with Katherine showed him what it's like to have no choice and nothing to say. I think that's made him hellbent on letting Elena make her own decisions, regardless(just look at her latest deal with Elijah: it was his life, as well as Care, Damon and Tyler's that was on stake, not hers, and yet he let her take the wheels. It's either sloppy writing, Stefan letting his desire to let her make her own decisions overruling common sense, or both). There are, of course, more factors, I find it interesting that in season 2 he challenged her yet after his bender he lets her take the wheels(again, the deal with Elijah). And with that in mind, I understand why he did what he did.

Kitanishi h mcdonald

But my problem with it is people refuse to accept that it was Elena's decision to make....not Stefan's decision to force her to make.
Actually no. It was writers decision and a shitty one. Any sensible person would just have made Steffie do the logical thing - rip off the seatbelts, for example. But no, this is TVD, everyone has to do the MOST irrational, illogical and lame decisions for the plot to advance.

Redoktober

@ FruitSalad. I get the argument, I really do. But my problem with it is people refuse to accept that it was Elena's decision to make....not Stefan's decision to force her to make. He made a decision only after she had made hers. DE shippers seem to conveniently forget that she had any part in the matter and that it's just all Stefan'S fault for not overriding her. IT'S JUST NOT IN THE GUY'S NATURE!!!!!

Fruit salad

@RedOctober I think the reason everyone's so freaked about Stefan's decision is that there is no right answer. Do you save the girl you love, even if she doesn't want you to, or do you save a dude she cares about and let her die? That is a horrible ultimatum, and aside from Delena/Stelena shippers letting their ship cloud their judgement, what the individual fan think would have been the right choice is a matter of opinion and personal belief. Now, personally, I think that Stefan could have easily saved them both, so that makes the whole scene really annoying and slightly hard to take seriously, but if you're just looking at the ultimatum itself, I'm gonna have to agree with Damon. When the love of your life is seconds from drowning, you don't go all consequence ethics, you save her, and afterwards you say you thought she was pointing at a cute fish.

Redoktober

The thing I can't take much more of is people blaming Stefan for her turning. HELLOOOOO. She asked him to save Matt. She made that decision, not this crap reverse analysis that some of you seem to think about "Stefan not making a choice" and allowing her to die. He chose to allow her wish. This right here is the fundamental difference between Damon and Stefan. Damon will do WHATEVER it takes to save her, including letting everyone else in her life die. Stefan will always put her wishes above his own need for her. Now ask yourself, would Elena have EVER forgiven Stefan if he allowed Matt to die for her, knowing how she already thinks that everyone dies for her. NO! But Damon does not care about her forgiveness, as long as she is alive.

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The writers really need to remember this the THE VAMPIRE DIARIES and not the ian somerhalder show. I mean Ian seems to get the best lines/action and the rest of the characters on the show looks just stupid. Have to admit I'm getting tired of this one character show.

Fruit salad

Well, at least Elena being made human again is not about her being too wonderful to go through what everyone else is going through, it's more about Stefan's guilt. Thank god, that's not quite as Mary-Sue-ish as it could have been. Granted, there's still the little issue of Bonnie doing this for Elena but never even thinking about saving Abbie, not to mention that Elena's the main character and is now missing out on her one big chance to get something resembling a personality, but... whatever. I'll just fast-forward or something

Vampire Diaries Quotes

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

I wanna say thank you for giving me everything I always wanted. A love to consume me, and passion, and adventure. There's nothing more I could ever want than for it to last forever, but it can't. This is the last time I'm gonna see you. This is goodbye, Damon.

Elena [to Damon]
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