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Although they have never been the primary storyline on "The Vampire Diaries," Matt and Caroline have still been a focus of many side plots over the show's run. Recently, though, things have come to a head as Matt has been forced to reconcile with the fact that his girlfriend is now a vampire. At first, he tried to handle it by merely working in secret with her mother and taking all vampires down -- now, he's actually starting to realize that romance could still be possible.
So how is this going to end up playing out over the course of the next episode? Speaking in a new interview, executive producer Julie Plec suggests that we will see more of Matt trying to consider his options than we have recently:
"We're now watching [Matt] as he's realizing that there is still humanity in her, and asking himself, 'Can I love her anyway?' That's the journey that takes them into [the May 5] episode."
The one thing that is really going to make all of this really difficult is Klaus -- the show's resident villain is now in Mystic Falls, and Caroline is just one of the many people at risk when it comes to his sacrifice.
Are you hoping for these two to end up together, or are you more of a Caroline / Tyler fan?
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he end of The Vampire Diaries' second season is coming, and with it, so is the ritual. However, there's more to worry about than just Elena's safety; Damon has been bitten by a werewolf, and this season has shown that that is definitely not a good sign for his future.
Damon & Andie
Julie Plec answered a few fan questions about what's coming before the end of the season and what could be coming in season 3, without giving away any spoilers about characters' safety. According to Plec, Andie won't be back this season, but that doesn't necessarily mean she won't be back next season either. There was never really hope for a happy ending for she and Damon, and right now, it's definitely a plus that she's still alive.
Damon's werewolf bite
In last week's episode of The Vampire Diaries, "The Last Day," Damon was bitten by a werewolf - Tyler, to be exact - after he rescued him and Caroline just as the full moon came out. Earlier this season, Rose suffered the same fate, and though they originally thought that a werewolf's bite being fatal for vampires was a myth, they soon discovered that was not true. Talking about Damon's experience with the bite, Plec said, "it ain't gonna be pretty, that's for sure." Now, they can't be killing Damon off, but that doesn't mean he won't be shown suffering, and Stefan will be searching for a way to save his brother.
The end of season 2
According to Plec, "3" for the death count is "not accurate." So could there be more death coming to Mystic Falls than fans originally thought? She also said that if Caroline is around next season, there's the possibility of showing her with her father, a scene which they had to take out before they even got around to filming it. Speaking of Caroline's family, just how much longer will her mother be able to pretend that she doesn't know everything? Plec also refused to answer any questions about Klaus' future, but Joseph Morgan has certainly done quite a good job in the role, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him around into next season.
What do you think will happen before season 2 of The Vampire Diaries ends?
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Vampire Diaries Month has returned to The VRO! If you were around last season, you know The VRO packed the entire month of May with TVD cast and crew and guest star interviews – and they're doing it again! This was an amazing time last year, leading up to and following the Season 1 finale, so we expect nothing less as we head into the last two episodes of Season 2.
Vampire Diaries' Director of Photography (and director of this week's episode, The Sun Also Rises) Paul M. Sommers officially kicks things off tomorrow night at 9pm ET/6pm PT. You can listen LIVE at The VRO on BlogTalkRadio. (Be sure to read The VRO's guide on how to listen.) We have it on good authority that there are more (exciting!) announcements and additions to come but, for now, here is the schedule far:
Have questions for any of the above? Tweet them to @TheVRO, leave your question on their Facebook, or go to TheVRO.com and leave your question in the comments of the individual interview announcements.
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With Damon force-feeding Elena, Tyler transitioning and biting Damon, and Klaus turning Jenna into a freaking vampire, The Vampire Diaries was insane last Thursday.
Who can even guess what's to come these next two weeks!
Well, executive producer Julie Plec doesn't have to. She knows, and shared some insight with TV Guide on what happens next for our favorite residents of Mystic Falls.
Excerpts of Plec's comments on various TVD topics below:
Jenna went from being blissfully unaware vampires even exist to becoming one - and an integral part of the long-awaited ritual at that. It's a lot to process.
"The next episode takes place over the rest of the night," Plec says.
"It is Klaus' attempt in executing the sacrifice ritual to break the curse, and what everyone else has to do to try to keep her from being the vampire that Klaus sacrifices."
Damon's werewolf bite has no known cure. So what does he do?! "The finale is basically the end of the road of Damon's journey for the year," Plec says.
"He's done so many things and made so many choices that have been so screwed up and now he's at the end of his life, so he believes, and needs to come to terms with all the decisions he's made in the year, and since Katherine seduced him 145 years ago."
"[He'll] relive the mistakes he made with Katherine [and] try to get Elena's forgiveness."
Stefan will try to save Damon, teases Plec, and is "determined to do anything he possibly can. Stefan's whole cross to bear is, 'Wait a second, my brother is finally showing his humanity? The humanity that I took away from him 145 years ago?"
"With no cure, what the hell is he going to do? That's the finale."
Elena does not want to be a vampire, which marks a divergence from Twilight. "When we started the show, the similarities were so extreme," Plec says.
"This was a way of closing the book on that chapter of similarities. I was happy to have this introspection when the choice has already been made for her."
Damon will try to get Elena's forgiveness, but after what he just did, that's not gonna be easy. "This is [Damon's] biggest lesson to learn," Plec says.
"You can love someone with all the power in your soul, but you still have to remember who they are and what they want. In the final episode, Damon needs to seek her forgiveness for what he did and he desperately wants it."
His extra reason? The bite: "'I can't die with you hating me,' that's his point."
Damon can't really die though, right? "Anybody can die!" and "Who needs Ian Somerhalder?" Plec joked, but adds that she's not afraid to make tough choices.
"There will be severe and tragic consequences, and loss of life [will] be extreme over the last several episodes," the shot-caller adds. "It's a vampire show, and in a vampire show, the stakes are high and the death count has to match that."
"If you guys don't believe the consequences aren't life and death, then we're not doing our job. Unfortunately we've set into motion a ritual that needs a lot of sacrificial elements. We hope that the audience trusts our decision as storytellers."
"There will be decisions that are not popular, always."
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