I think I'm weird in that I like the witchy aspects because otherwise we just have vampires embroiled in "do I eat people or bunnies" drama and then we'll end up fighting the Vulturi in a totally anti-climactic battle. We need the witches to give the vampires something to fight against.
Was it the firstborn of each generation, so whichever sibling had the first child would have to make the sacrifice, or the firstborn of each of Esther's children? I need to rewatch.
Also, if Damon and Elena were both human, she could still have his baby, even if he died more quickly, so she would have a part of him with her always.
Katherine only started dying after Silas drained her of her blood.
"A pox upon both their houses"--love the Shakespeare reference. I know ABC is the absolute WORST with their previews, but I can't see next week going anywhere other than Anti-Jake, especially as we gear up for the final four or five episodes of the season.
I gave out a little squee when the camera showed James sitting on the bed! I was so excited to see him again.
I agree with you that it would be great to see Jo learn Henry's secret. That would bump the show up into the realm of a REAL supernatural crime drama instead of a crime drama with a supernatural element. Make sense? Then it's about how his curse becomes his gift.
I think it creates multiples. There is an Ascendant on each side, Bonnie's bear on each side (Caro buried one and Bonnie put her magic in the one in 1994 before sending her magic). It's like in Back To The Future. Sort of.
If Enzo takes the cure, he'll start aging rapidly just like Katherine did.
Right? Caroline was amazing. And yeah, the rave and talking on the phone was...TV. They were in New Orleans at the time, so would they have known of her escapades throughout Europe? I don't think so, but how did she rack up 3,000 bodies without becoming some kind of vampire legend?
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