I wanna see the world — enjoy my life. But still it was a last hurrah and if the people who dedicated so much of there time got in the end some satisfaction, not to mention the pay, It is worth a five star rating. He probably couldn't get enough momentum to bust out of there. So therefore I'd like to propose a rewatch, just as the one we did last year. Especially considering the fact that the main character has not been developed in the first place.
I am so overjoyed to see Stefan reunite with his best friend in the afterlife. In many ways, this finale feels like the appropriate culmination of those ideas. Elsewhere, Matt continues to safely evacuate civilians. Damon's motivations were mostly so that he could know her true feelings, which he could have just knew had she and he had a serious conversation. With Damon her character has juice. The Maxwells all break down in tears as father and daughter reunite and hug. Would hope she saw it all but maybe she let go and found peace and all that stuff so she wasn't sticking around to watch.
He was last seen in. Enter Lexi, as she tries to show Damon enough of a good time to convince him to turn his humanity back on. Having a character like this offers the show a chance to speak a few home truths to certain characters, and no one gets this more than Caroline. I loved every second of the epic bromance that is damon and Alaric. At this time, it's too soon for them, but later. Where's the team work, guys? The writers fuck up her life so badly: her grandmother dies, her dad was kind of absent, her mother becomes a vampire, she loses all of her love interests, and multiple times she was screwed over by friends, family, and people. But I love the fact that Paul Wesley gets to be evil again, because he loves it so much.
They never did that again. I am happy for all the Delena fans out there my sister is one , too bad about Stelena though, they had promise. Stefan tells her he is now human and that Damon was willing to risk everything for her and the town and that he compelled Stefan to leave, but should've known better as Stefan was on vervain and in a flashback, we learn that Stefan had not been compelled but quickly extracted the Cure from his blood before rushing back to the tunnels before Bonnie sent the flames back their way. The point is that we watch all the episodes together, that way we can swoon, hate and love, all at the same time ; So we watch maybe four episodes at a time while chatting at this tinychat: tinychat dot com slash g4tmo You think this is a good idea? Part of me wonders if the writers are at a loss as to what to do with his character now that he and Elena have probably broken up for good. As for the Silas thing, I don't hate it too much, because they can't base it around the cure with it being gone, so they have to do something new, I should imagine it will largely be focused on bonnie getting to Ketsiyah-however you spell it! I'm all for crossovers, but the hybrids turned out to be pretty pathetic.
But I don't like Caroline and Klaus together but I like him and Caroline together better than him and Hayley. She says she feels more alive with Damon, and their passion burns pretty hot, but as is the case so often, the candle that burns the hottest also burns out the quickest. So I think it could be nice if they find some common friendship ground first and then become lovers once more. I know, I know everyone's like 'no, not another Petrova! I reckon there will be a give away like Silas will act broken up and cruel towards Damon for getting Elena to try to get to him even though Stefan essentially said he was happy for him. Back at the Armory, Bonnie thanks Lizzie and Josie for their parts in saving and making her realize she had all the magic she'd ever needed already inside her.
Stefan meanwhile finds Elena still in her sleeping coma at the boiler-room of the school, only to be find out Elena has been sealed magically in the room, unable to leave. I have loved this series since the very first episode. Stefan, though believes that he owes it to Bonnie and Enzo and a lot more people as he realizes that he's accountable for his actions whether or not his emotions were off. I've had just about enough of the Elena-Damon-Stefan triangle, but I guess it's good for Damon to truly be on the receiving end of love for once. Both having found the peace they were always searching for. The episode received mixed reviews from the critics. And Bonnie, you know I had to comment about my girl, what in actual whatness happened here? We can summarize it with her constantly reviving jeremy with a veiny face and giberish language and then she passes out and jeremy waking up and then waking her up.
Elena attacks her when she arrives at the party, too. All roads are leading to an inevitable battle with Silas, who has inhabited the body of Shane. So how is Bonnie able to bring her back all of a sudden? I know some people wanted more, but I think Klaus' words were enough. I'd prefer for her to end up with Stefan, but after this episode it's obvious it's not gonna happen, or if it did it would have to be ridiculous. She laments that she cannot do it alone as the fire grows only stronger, threatening to finally destroy her and the Armory and everything after that as she has pulled it away from Mystic Falls. So i don't get why people are feeling sorry for the guy because for once someone has finally broke his little feelings.
On an emotional level, I think the finale delivers for its fans in spades. When they kissed, you finally saw her character breathe out, like the tough facade was gone. At first I was like what? With every episode ending in a cliffhanger, they really step it up with these season finales. Alaric's epilogue depicts him opening his school at the Salvatore Boarding House after Damon gives it to them, feeling it is Stefan's last wish. I want to see more of how Klaus discovered the innocent human Katarina Petrova and what happend with her as a very young vampire.
But how is Katherine a better fighter than Elena when Elena was trained by fricking Alaric? Next comes the moment Delena shippers have been dreaming about since the end of Season 6. At the beginning of the episode when I saw Matt on the bomb thingie I was like, wait did I miss something, didn't the previous end where the saw Rebekah's ex? Down in the tunnels, Damon and Stefan each try to talk the other out of sacrificing themselves. However I have two questions. But the true love story was always between Stefan and Damon. Jeremy back isn't going to change what she's learned. At least it injects some fun back into the couple, as this is the version of Elena that Damon has always secretly wanted. At least this one has more attempted murder of Caroline.