Alaric 'Rick' Saltzman Quotes
Jo: I'm marrying an idiot. You could have died today.
Alaric: As opposed to any other day?
Jo: I've thought about it and anyone named Alaric should not be allowed to name another human.
Alaric: I didn't name me!
Alaric: I loved you when you weren't a witch, and I'm pretty sure I will still love you regardless.
Jo: Pretty sure?
Alaric: Yeah, at least 92%.
Look, my life is full of the martyrs who cave to the bad guy, trying to be heroes, and it never ends well. Somebody inevitably gets hurt--or dead--and that somebody could just as easily be you, or Bonnie, regardless of what you do.
Alaric: Granted, being a vampire hunter doesn't lend itself to a healthy social life.
Jeremy: Yeah, turns out a social life isn't as much fun as kicking vampire ass.
Jeremy: I can't leave now, no way. Not with the sheriff sick and Enzo on a rampage. It's not the right time.
Elena: No kidding because the right time was a couple of eyars ago. Enzo could have killed you today and the other day Liv threw you across a room. And let's not forget the time that you actually died.
Alaric: She's right. Time to get the hell out of here.
Elena: You deserve a normal life, Jer. You deserve the life of a kid whose only baggage is that he lost his parents.
You actually think I'd watch this sober?
[to Damon] You know, I don't know how I went so long without saying this, but you're a real dick!
Cryptic question, accusatory tone, this doesn't bode well for me.
Damon: There are no drawbacks to this woman Stefan!
Alaric: Ehh, she did sleep with you.
Damon: See? Another plus.
I am not on painkillers. In fact I feel awful. But I'm enjoying every miserable human moment of the pain.
Jo: Why don't you just compel me out of the way? Look don't you think it's about time we level with each other?
Alaric: Okay, how's this: my best friend, he just came from the dead but now i have to save him from a vampire hunter before he's driven across an anti-magic border and killed...again. So here's some friendly advice: it's probably a good idea to stay as far away from me as possible.