I think the thing with Cami is that she's the one who brings Klaus into the light, so I don't think she has to give into her inner darkness for the two to be together. But yeah, Klaus and Aurora were pretty hot.
Also so, so tired of having the brothers at odds. And I don't think Freya was home since she walks into the compound in the next episode and asks what happened.
I don't think the Red Door means Elijah forgot in all cases. I think it's just a psychological place of repression. He's spent 1,000 years at his brother's side and has convinced himself that what he did in separating Klaus and Aurora was for the best. I also don't think Elijah told Aurora not to follow them to break Klaus' heart. He just knew that was a way to keep them apart and keeping Klaus and Aurora apart meant keeping his family together.
I just can't think of WHEN Lily would've told Kai about the spell. He wasn't trapped in the prison world with her, and Damon wasn't the one who trapped him there. That part was weird to me.
Should be. But he has three Heretics on his side.
I don't know when we'll be caught up, but I do hope it's soon. However, I don't know how they'll do that without completely separating the worlds of TVD and TO. But I'm incredibly intrigued by everything happening in the future and how we'll get there.
Eh. I disagree. Yes, he spent that summer murdering Whitmores. The difference is that, when confronted about it, he wrestled with the fact that he killed those people and Elena was displeased by it. All of his "I'm a vampire! This is what I do!" posturing was just that. Posturing. Meeting Elena, falling in love with her, changed Damon into NOT Season 1 Damon. I suppose that to accurately assess how relevant the comparisons are we would have to see Lily pre-Julian, but per the timeline we currently have, Lily was still a ripper even after Julian joined her family.
Thanks for commenting! What I think I hate about this season (all seasons) is that there's so much potential, but Ryan Murphy has an ingrained inability to let people go. He needs to cut this cast in half so he can focus on telling a solid story instead of just stringing together random snippets of whatever happens to fly into his brain.
I'm inclined to agree with you RE lazy writing. Constantly recycling Rowan Pope as the big bad is dreadfully boring and stupid. However, I'm pretty sure Mellie faked Fitz' signature on the forms to let Rowan out of jail since we got that flashback to the time he was in the hospital and Mellie was running things behind the scenes. THAT is where the fallout is coming from. Mellie just pinned this on Fitz and THAT will make her President.
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