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You're a liar BN. I remember you said several times they did have chemistry and you admitted there was sexual tension.
She said she was like 3 times
Show, don't tell.
And show has not ever EVER shown that she is in any way is interested in him nor has moral conflicts.
So yeas this is a giant fanfi c.
She did show AND tell, rofl. Flat out told him she liked him
LOL Come on now.
Whatever, I feel another ten-page long argument coming...I'm out.
She did show AND tell, rofl. Flat out told him she liked him That's telling.
Without build up taht's just bad writing, as bad as Klaus suddenly being interested in her(seriously in that case, even fandom's "oh he wants to bang his own sister" headcanon works better than what show had).
That's bad writing.
And show has not ever EVER shown that she is in any way is interested in him nor has moral conflicts She had conflict of morality when she was turned, but it was about herself and she OVERCAME it.
She never had a moral conflict about Klaus. He was an evil thing that is killing her friends and must die, that's it.
The reason LoVe was believable(and awesome) in Veronica Mars, was because you had ~14 FRIGGIN EPISODES OF NON-ROMANTIC CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT as well as romantic-build-up, both of them justifying the idea of a ship. so wHEN the both sides acknowledged it being a thing, you knew why it was because SHOW HAS SHOWN YOU WHY.
Or how about the now legendary spuffy. Remember their first meeting and all the interactions between them?
hell even Captain Swan in OUAT(which is on surface similar to KC, but only on surface since Emma=/=Caroline, as Caroline is lawful-good moral-compass, while Emma is chaotic good anti-hero/screw-up-hero) works better potentially because even though neither of them acknowledge it to themselves, there IS build-up with show SHOWING US what they are about:
Take note that all three of these ships started as enemies constantly antagonizing each other and these scenes happen BEFORE the romantic plot is even started to be TOLD. That's SHOWING it visually, alongside the narrative buildup/parallels/etc.
KC crackship has none of that - show just decided one day that Klaus likes her and now show decided to rape Caroline's character by making her like him for no reason, even though it goes against everything in her character build-up.
christ BN, give it a break. No one is saying Vampire Diaries is on par with OUAT. These constant comparisons are redundant. You. Are. Wasting. Your. Time.