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Cbsn

Three and a half more hours before the premiere!!!!

 

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oooooohhhhhhhhhhh if it works....I'll love u forever hahaha :D

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May
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Been online this whole day not doing any hw and just readig interviews about season 2!!!! Let it be 8 oclock but i bet that after its over i will be in tootally shock!!!!  cant wait !!

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Cbsn

Kristin at EW already saw tonight's eppy. Here is what she said:

Now, for you diehard fans, a taste of what is in store:

The first five minutes alone will have you gasping. It picks up exactly where we left off—with a certain someone giving someone else a five-finger discount. I honestly can''t count the number of surprises I did not see coming...There are that many. Whether you like it or not, you diehard Damon (Ian Somerhalder) fans are gonna be more drawn to Stefan (Paul Wesley) than ever. Let's just say he's not taking kindly to any threats to his precious Elena (of the kissing kind or otherwise), and you'll see him protect her in a way that is both ridonkulously hot and notably Damon-esque. (Paul Wesley, you are so owning the role of "Ste-fuh" in this episode, my friend. Kudos.) Nina Dobrev knocks it out of the park as Katherine, giving the role just the right amount of edge, while not overdoing it, and as a testament to her acting ability: I want to punch Katherine in the face. Yay! If you're trying to figure out who's who tonight, here is your guide to Katherine versus Elena: The bigger the hair, the tighter the pants, the closer to evil.  Ian Somerhalder is fantastic as always, and you'll spend much of the episode debating whether you want to kiss him or kick him in the teeth. A certain diehard fan faction who loves a certain coupling will be weeping after tonight's episode, and I welcome you to our comments section or my Twitter (@kristindsantos) for a little post-mordem group therapy. The upside? The heartbreak in tonight's episode sets up what is looking like a fantastic season two. Dare I say possibly even better than season one? Too early to tell, but in case this entire love-letter post didn't give it away, I'm feelin' it. Read more: http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/watch_with_kristin/b199537_omg_youre_gonna_die_when_you_see.html?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews#ixzz0z4EmbK8e
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4271 posts
Cbsn

Damn! I can't wait to see Stefan turn all Damon-esque! LOL

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Chucksbabydoll

am i the only one who thinks katherine's going to die???? because i like bet a billion dollars thats going to happen and damons going to be the one to kill her. we already know that someone is going to die this season and read this spoiler:

 

Vampire Diaries scoop, please! — Micah

MICKEY: We’ll learn pretty quickly how Jeremy and Caroline fare in their stare-downs with the Grim Reaper, but the answers won’t be simple… or permanent. Also: The premiere (Thursday, 8/7c, CW) features a devastating scene between Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder. I’ll leave it up to you to guess which character Dobrev is playing in it.

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Chucksbabydoll
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Katy10

Now, for you diehard fans, a taste of what is in store:

The first five minutes alone will have you gasping. It picks up exactly where we left off—with a certain someone giving someone else a five-finger discount. I honestly can''t count the number of surprises I did not see coming...There are that many. Whether you like it or not, you diehard Damon (Ian Somerhalder) fans are gonna be more drawn to Stefan (Paul Wesley) than ever. Let's just say he's not taking kindly to any threats to his precious Elena (of the kissing kind or otherwise), and you'll see him protect her in a way that is both ridonkulously hot and notably Damon-esque. (Paul Wesley, you are so owning the role of "Ste-fuh" in this episode, my friend. Kudos.) Nina Dobrev knocks it out of the park as Katherine, giving the role just the right amount of edge, while not overdoing it, and as a testament to her acting ability: I want to punch Katherine in the face. Yay! If you're trying to figure out who's who tonight, here is your guide to Katherine versus Elena: The bigger the hair, the tighter the pants, the closer to evil.  Ian Somerhalder is fantastic as always, and you'll spend much of the episode debating whether you want to kiss him or kick him in the teeth. A certain diehard fan faction who loves a certain coupling will be weeping after tonight's episode, and I welcome you to our comments section or my Twitter (@kristindsantos) for a little post-mordem group therapy. The upside? The heartbreak in tonight's episode sets up what is looking like a fantastic season two. Dare I say possibly even better than season one? Too early to tell, but in case this entire love-letter post didn't give it away, I'm feelin' it 

soooo on point. I was not expecting half of the things that happened. I had a feeling that the Damon/Elena relationship was what she was talking about but I didn't think that it would be to this extent.

 

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