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The Vampire Diaries Review: Yes, Sire

I think we'll soon see the sire bond means nothing - much like it did with Klaus and Tyler - it can be broken and once it is, she won't suddenly decide to be with Stefan - she didn't decide right after turning to be with him, so why would she then? The whole season also started around Damon seeing her first - she had all those memories come flooding back of Damon when she was compelled to forget. They're bond is so strong and maybe that's why she got sired to him? I haven't read the series, but I'm hoping that she doesn't end up back with Stefan. It's not "Epic," as Caroline put it - it's romantic and whimsy - what she has with Damon is passionate and fiery, that's where its at.

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Was there really so little left to the Serena storyline that they had to give him a child - let alone a 17 year old one? Sage is like a wanna be Little J replacement. Take her off the show and have Serena OD or something - at least that would be realistic.

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Having not seen the previews - My answer to this "Why did the Pastor blow himself and the Council up?" is that I think they'll all come back as vampires. All that vampire blood had to of gone somewhere. Then they'll come back "alive" and decide to feed or not. Then they'll be strong enough to get rid of the vampire population and drink another cup of vampire koolaid. lol

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Not to be cruel - but why don't any of the writers spell check before posting? Please invest!

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Maybe they'll bring Fred back as original Jane's (in Owen) guardian angel. Wouldn't that be fun? Especially to see the guardian angel's go to bat with each other. I think the whole Jane and Grayson dynamic really needs to figure itself out. Because if Grayson figures out Jane is really Deb, then what's left? That's been the major plot point of this show for 4 seasons. I think we were all anticipating something very movie like for this finale. I would have much preferred him pull out all the things he knew Deb loved and brought them to her. Like playing her favorite song on a boombox in a church kind of thing, or finding some little thing the two of them shared that would bring her to her knees and finally confess "Yes... I'm Deb." Had much higher hopes for this episode... I'll be back for Season 5, but it definitely needs to get better.

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Suits Round Table: Debut Edition!

he does so this season. Him being on Team Hardman works wonderful - Jessica vs. Hardman and Harvey vs. Louis. They're all fights we want to see, even if we know who will come out on top in the end. I have a feeling that Hardman is going to challenge Mike and find a way to figure out that he's either been "poorly educated" or is lying about his degree. I'm interested in how they'll play that out... though I'm guessing that won't be until season 3. I love Donna. That's really all I have to say about her. Except someone last week made a comment about her lovelife - it's already apparent she has a thing for Harvey (and most likely had a perhaps one night stand with him? flighty kiss? who knows...) So I'm super excited to see that relationship develop and hopefully be the romance we get to see because of the lack of Rachel/Mike-ness.

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Suits Round Table: Debut Edition!

We all knew that some plot line had to develop besides the whole "keeping Mike's secret a secret." It would have only worked for so long if Harvey was the only real secret holder, but now Jessica does - which means she has to stay on team Harvey (and by default team Mike) to stay on as a managing partner. Although I do enjoy that the gun is now pointed at him since no one at the firm apparently likes him... well besides Mike & Donna. lol I'm not sure how Rachel didn't do some dirty work of her own on Mike when she put the pieces together that he took the LSAT's for that other chick. You'd imagine she might dig deeper to find out what else he might be lying about... like his non-existent degree. But... we do have to remember. Mike saved Rachel's job, so if TV karma works out how it should, Rachel will help save Mike's job. Louis is going to be the pawn that screws everything up. He's already been successful at doing so in many episodes, so it's only right if he does so this season. Him being on Team Hardman works wonderful - Jessica vs. Hardman and Harvey vs. Louis. They're all fights we want to see, even if we know who will come out on top in the end. I have a feeling that Hardman is going to challenge Mike and find a way to figure out that he's either been "poorly educated" or is lying about his degree. I'm interested in how they'll play that out... though I'm guessing that won't be until season 3. I love Donna. That's really all I have to say about her. Except someone last week made a comment about her lovelife - it's already apparent she has a thing for Harvey (and most likely had a perhaps one night stand with him? flighty kiss? who knows...) So I'm super excited to see that relationship develop and hopefully be the romance we get to see because of the lack of Rachel/Mike-ness.

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