I think this was perhaps the best episode of the season yet, but it's only good by TVD standars, there were still so many things bothering me, mostly Hailey. They're seriously making Tyler out to be a cheating, lying ass now just to prop up Klaroline? This is what happens in fanfiction, Plec, bad fanfiction. If you wanna break up Forwood to make your fangirl dreams come true, then please, make them break up for a reason! Also, I was so disappointed when I learnt that Matt wasn't dead... at first, when Rebekah was just standing there with his heart in her hand, I actually believed it, so imagine the letdown it was to learn that the bastard didn't even get a bruise... at least Elena tried to kill him. I choose to see this as foreshadowing.
Hey guys! We're hurting Julie Plec's feelings! We should all stop expressing our own honest opinions and praise this amazing show, and its incredible writer. Debate and constructive criticism is a pathetic cry for attention. Shame on us all!
Lol, Daniel Gillies' eyes are brown. In this photo, they're blue. Photoshop much?
Please. Mikael and Esther were protecting their children too, weren't they? And Bill, and John, even Giuseppe... 'protective' parents is nothing new. Especially when they're four seasons late!
I think the problem with this episode is that they're bringing in the hunters way too early. I mean, this episode is the episode where the show's main character is going to have to choose between death or being a vampire. And as boring and cardboard as Elena may be, this episode should have been focused on just that - what will she choose? Does she regret saving Matt? And how do the others around her react? This could really have been a great episode, if they could for once just focus on the characters, not all the action and villains. But nope! Instead we not only get Bonnie trying to reverse the whole thing, which is pointless because she's gonna fail and it just makes Elena even more of a Mary-Sue, but we also get vampire hunters randomly appearing out of nowhere, cheap action, taking all the focus away from our main cast. So, yeah. This episode is gonna suck.
I hope the "surprising return" is Elijah!!! I don't. Him returning would mean that he's left, and that would just suck. He's my reason for watching, damnit! He makes everything better(unless he's having scenes with Elena).
Elijah's there! All is right in the world.
@Bored Now Actually, I think they've gotten the meaning of the word 'Moral compass' entirely wrong. A moral compass is someone who says 'Hey guys, this is wrong. We shouldn't do this.' Now, according to Zach in this interview, Matt's the moral compass because he does what he thinks is right. As in, what his heart tells him to do. Which is to protect Elena. You figure something witty to say, I'm stunned Now someone please kill this stupid, useless character off, PLEASE
@CL We have commercial breaks for that. Matt is completely unnecessary.
Go away, Matt. Just go away.
Sign up for our
and receive the latest tv news delivered to your inbox for
© 2014 TV Fanatic
Sign up for our daily newsletter to receive personalized television news for