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@Kitanishi Becky is short for Rebecca, she is the same character not two different ones.
The tracking spell will only tell them where Stefan is. It will not tell them what he is doing or that he is a ripper, they will need to go to where he is to find that out.
Pretty much. Timeskip is there so they don't have to develop elena, give character's reactions to ripper stefan
Since Klaus and Stefan have left town, how are they supposed to find out about ripper Stefan? It's not like it is going to be in the newspaper, or nightly news. All they will know in Mystic Falls is that Stefan left town with Klaus. They will only find out about ripper Stefan once they find him, which is when you will get the character's reactions.
Chuck and Blair's only purpose in life is to be mean, they have not one redeming human quality. All the vampires on TVD have something in them that can be seen as human. Of course this is all just my opinion. Which is why I have never and will never go into the GG forum, I know my opinion is in the minority. Seeing them brought into the TVD forum annoys me as much as the crap this forum was created for. At least all the BTVS stuff brought in here is in the same genra as TVD.
Yes. I'm still hoping Klefan's first out of town visit will be to the upper east side to eliminate Chair.
Please do NOT put Klefan anywhere near the obomination/disaster that is Chair. Stefan and Klaus are awesome, while Chuck and Blair are the worst characters on TV.
When Jeremy (Steve R. McQueen) was suddenly able to see his dead exes, Vicki and Anna — after witch girlfriend Bonnie resurrected him in the season 2 finale of The Vampire Diaries – was crowned the Single Most Clever Twist by readers in EW.com’s annual Season Finale Awards. So where do we go from here? “When we come back to see him at the beginning of the season, we’ll see that he still hasn’t had any success figuring out what it is that they want, or understanding even what it is that they are,” exec producer Julie Plec tells EW. “We’ll see that maybe he’s been keeping this a secret, that nobody else is aware of what he’s been going through, and that his behavior has changed quite a bit and people are starting to wonder if he’s perhaps getting back into some old bad habits. When in reality, he’s just trying to figure out why the hell he’s being haunted by his dead girlfriends.”
The mystery will continue for a handful of episodes; then we’ll get some answers in an hour that EP Kevin Williamson describes as “the climax of the haunting of Jeremy” in October. “Are they there for good? Are they there for bad? It will once again be another twisty story,” he says. “It’s gonna take a lot of turns and also involves some unlikely participants.”
Plec continues the tease. “We’re gonna have some fun with Vicki and Anna and start to really reveal the secrets of why they’re here, what they want, and who else they have access to from our past,” she says. So we may be seeing more of the show’s dearly departed? Fingers crossed. “That’s the most beautiful part of our show,” Plec says, “just because somebody faces their demise in our world, doesn’t mean we’ll never get to see them again.”
As for what Jeremy’s situation means for Bonnie, we’ll get to see her dealing with a new kind of drama. “Because of her love for Jeremy and bringing him back to life, she’s given him access to two people who were very important to him romantically and emotionally. So for the first time, we’ll get to see Bonnie trying to navigate the difficulties of a relationship,” Plec says. “It’s not about being a witch or having access to the power of a 100 witches, it’s about being a girl who loves a boy whose heart is a little bit torn in different directions. I think it will be nice for us to see Bonnie explore some good relationship stuff for a change instead of just being the witch on duty.”
BTVS and TVD are not similar at all, they are written from two totally different prospectives. BTVS was about a vampire slayer in a universe were vampires have no redeming qualities. TVD is from the prospective of a vampire lover, were the vamipres still hold on to some of their humanity. Two different shows written to two different sets of fans, they cannot be compaired. I personally did not like BTVS until they brought in Angel, a vampire they could keep around. It was a show I didn't care if I saw it or missed it. On the other hand TVD I watch every week (more than once).
Elena could NOT be with Jeremy that day, or any of the previous days. He had chosen to be with Bonnie, which they were keeping hidden from Klaus. That is why they communicated using MIFI. It was something they ALL agreed on!
Since they played Mystic Falls High in the first episode of this show. It must mean both Mrs. and Mr. Lockwood are twins LOL.