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Ian was amazing in this episode!! For me, it was really a Damon-centric episode.
He loves Elena. Rose was just someone that cared deeply for and the love there was different. I think he needed Rose to realize a lot of things about him and to become vulnerable and in the end that's what happened.
This is also why I loved this episode. We just saw so much of Damon's depth in this character and for once Elena saw it too. This was really a kind of revelation for who Damon really is and I love that. I think it's definitely possible that he dreams of humanity as well because deep down it's something that he has truly longed for. Everything about this episode and Damon was just so great.
I agree that I'd eventually like to see Damon turn human. I don't want that anytime soon though cause I think there's still so much story to tell of Damon being a vampire but I wanna see it eventually. I think Damon deserves happiness and after this episode and him being as vulnerable as he was, I wanna see him happy. I'd definitely like to see how a human Damon would be like. Although I think if that happens, his build up while being a vampire is what will tell us what kind of human he is.
I really loved everything that we saw in Damon in the latest episode. It was like opening up who this character really is and that was great. I'm excited to see more of this version of Damon because I think vulnerability can be a really beautiful thing.
I definitely agree @pink!! I got annoyed with Stefan in this episode more than usual. But I was honestly glad he was hardly there because this was a Damon-centric episode for me.
I don't think the old version of him is coming back. I think that last scene was more of him not knowing how to control his feeling anymore because he misses being human that much or something. I saw it more as him unleashing after breaking the wall and realizing something big such as missing humanity. And the whole Rose thing probably provoked him too. Too much emotions for him to handle!
Damon was so tragic in this episode! I actually thought this one was all about him and revealing more of himself. I wish better things happened to him but this episode showed a lot about who he is.
I completely agree with anuflas.
I don't think Mark and Lexie broke up yet. She probably just wants space to think about the whole situation with Callie getting pregnant. I'd be disappointed if they broke up because then her saying she loved Mark in the last episode would be useless. I think she's being mature and asking for time to think about how she feels about their current situation.