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I love TVD but the storyline is just against morals (i ship Delena cuz they are too epic for me to think about morals)
Anyway,Two brothers who loved the same woman in 1864,145 yrs later they both fall for the same woman....AGAIN!! To make things worse she's a photocopy of their first love/obssesion. I heard in the books Bonnie and Matt date,Matt is Elena's ex and Bonnie is her bff! Also Bonnie kisses Damon who's in love with Elena who's in love with Stefan who's Damon's brother
Just to correct you (based on the books, since L. J. Smith has nothing to do with the show):Elena and Katherine are not doppelgängers in the book, they just look alike and are not related, for example Elena is "taller than Katherine by 'a good handspan'" And as far as I remember (it's been long since I read the books), Stefan only meets Elena because Tyler tries to force himself on her (similar to Vicki and Tyler in the pilot). The Salvatores are not from the civil war, Stefan and Damon are over 500 years old in the books.
But if you look at the things you write as if L. J. Smith has anything to do with show, yes - she has a weird imagination, though still admirable. But Kevin and Julie are much worse :P
lol the book is not like that. comparing it to the show the books storyline is lighter than the show. its more fictiony than the show and is actually child friendly. its the show that is disturbing actually, the thing about the two brothers, the hooking up of almost everyone like gossipgirl and other things. the book writer actually has nothing to do with the show.
that's another disturbing thing ahaha!!
Since I haven't read the books I can't really comment on that but what I can say is that the writer doesn't have much input on how the show is done. For most adaptations done for a television show, the producers usually just use the base of the book and go in their desired direction from there. And honestly, all the relationships and the such that you mentioned about who's kissing who is not only seen in TVD but in numerous other shows like Gossip Girl and 90210.
The books are totally different. And I don't think any of it is sick. It's just creative. We are dealing with vampires. What'd you expect?
Yeah, I agree with that too. The fact that it's a show about vampires gives the produces all the creative freedom they more or less want.
It's not TV to talk about if it's not TVD.
all the relationships and the such that you mentioned about who's kissing who is not only seen in TVD but in numerous other shows like Gossip Girl and 90210.
and million more other shows!! ahaha