My Brother's Keeper Thread
WHY complain about Elena's problems to KLAUS when he plays a big part in her life being cray, lmfao
LMFAO YES. usually I would defend her because if anything, she's using his attraction for her to protect her friends (and now the hybrids, lol). but your point invalidates the "fake date" argument.
Wasn't he ooc in the mmf application letter scene though? I mean, he was cute.
Yeah but i didn't make this one.I just found it on tumblr.btw Hayley annoyed me last epi,it was like she was being so condescending to the hybrid girl.ughh,i swear you guys are starting to rub off on me lol
I never thought I would say this, but Klaus and Caroline NEED to be togther already. Although Klaus was a bit cheesy, that lake scene was just cuuuuute . I honestly don't know why the writers are doing this or what they hope to achieve by making them look so good together. I think Caroline does make Klaus happier to an extend and she's just herself with him, it's effortless.
Why does Stefan think Damon is wrong for Elena besides the obvious reason that he loves her too?
Oh that gif....yes, well, like I said Klaus was a gentleman in this episode, so yeah cute!
The lake scene with Klaus allowed me to see the potential a true writer could bring to his character. He was cute in that scene. The problem is the writing. I personally feel the best approach would be the "Charmed" approach. Remember how they wrote Cole and Phoebe?
Let Klaus be cute with Caroline like in the lake scene, but the writers should keep her in the dark about his actions. A true villain, a crafty VILLAIN can manipulate situations where people are sometimes not aware of his motive.
They should let Caroline become aware of only one thing about Klaus...His "cute" personality. The truth is the "Charmed" method has been used many times in classical literature and it is quite effective. The main argument people have with Klaroline is the fact that Caroline knows what Klaus has done. Of course, nobody could ever accuse Plec and her minions of having the ability to write a great villain.