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↳ I’m glad you’re here with me on this one partner.
Oh,Oh, and to top it all off, we might be witnessing Stefan’s death and Liz. Just……
- Enzo, the only new character embraced by the audience, was made out to be the bad guy, ‘died’, and moved on to the other side. I doubt he will live to see season 6
- Suddenly there is another cure for humanity, which means that season 4 was nothing but a joke
- Elena was once again the damsel in distress, what a surprise
- Bonnie is once again under-appreciated
- Liv and Luke’s existence is still as useful as a phone booth in 2014.
- Nothing that happened even remotely surprised me
Of course another of his best friends is dead
Of course he thinks it’s all his fault
Of course he feels like he has no one but himself
Don’t act like you wouldn’t do the same
AN EXPLOSIVE SEASON FINALE — Heartbroken by an unexpected tragedy, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) is focused on holding himself together, while pushing Bonnie (Kat Graham) harder than ever to find a way to stop the disintegration of the Other Side. Elena (Nina Dobrev) takes matters into her own hands and demands that Liv (guest star Penelope Mithcell) and Luke (guest star Chris Broshu) help her, but Liv refuses to cooperate until Caroline (Candice Accola) provides her with some personal motivation. Sheriff Forbes (guest star Marguerite MacIntyre) is horrified when Markos (guest star Raffi Barsoumian) uses violence against Tyler/Julian (Michael Trevino) to prove that Mystic Falls is now under the control of the Travelers. With new information from Sheriff Forbes, Damon comes up with a dangerous plan that relies on split-second timing from Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) and Matt (Zach Roerig). Liv’s off-hand remark regarding Stefan (Paul Wesley) gets a surprisingly emotional response from Caroline. As conditions on the Other Side worsen, Bonnie takes the opportunity to settle an old score. Finally, Damon’s plan causes a massive explosion in Mystic Falls, and everyone is caught up in the confusion, leaving a trail of heroism, sacrifice, relief and despair. Chris Grismer directed the episode written by Caroline Dries & Brian Young (#522).
"On April 24, 1967, the 100 millionth GM vehicle rolled off the line at the plant in Janesville — a blue two-door Caprice. There was a big ceremony, speeches. The lieutenant governor even showed up. Three days later, another car rolled off that same line. No one gave two craps about her. But they should have, because this 1967 Chevrolet Impala would turn out to be the most important car — no, the most important object — in pretty much the whole universe.
The Impala, of course, has all the things other cars have. And a few things they don’t. But none of that stuff is important. This is the stuff that’s important: the army man that Sam crammed into the ashtray, it’s still stuck there. The Legos that Dean shoved into the vents, to this day, he comes on, they can hear them rattle. These are the things that make the car theirs, really theirs. Even when Dean rebuilt it from the ground up, he made sure all these little things stayed. ‘Cause its the blemishes that make her beautiful.”
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE IMPALA!
SRSLY, he’s dead and he’s still there?
I swear, he died, he passed through Bonnie, and then made a dramatic speech as an invisible ghost.
hahaha omg enzo is like the vampire version of hamlet: dramatic and wayyy too into soliloquies. also ghosts