On a side note, of the 10 episodes (including this one) so far this season, my lead image has featured Katherine 7 times, and Elena 3 times.
It’s a good time to be Nina Dobrev.
It’s always a good time to be Nina Dobrev.
Thought that whole “Damon’s traumatic past major-life-changing situation thing we’ve never heard of before” might not be a completely ass-pulled pile of puke?
I wish I was able muster that kind of optimism.
As long as Katherine is around, I will be featuring her at the top of the posts.
But anyone who would object to that has something seriously wrong with them, and is probably an Elena fan.
And they are barely worth treating like human beings, anyway.
With Qetsiyah and Katherine in charge this episode, it’s all bitches. All the time. Always.
Heaven is a place on Earth.
In the spirit of Halloween, it seems as if TVD thought they’d play trick or treat with us.
The trick is that Katherine dies.
The treat is that she doesn’t.
I don’t think I could have handled that, tbh.
A little while ago I was eagerly and warily anticipating the arrival of 3 spin-offs of some of my favourite shows:
- Ravenswood, a spin-off of Pretty Little Liars
- The Originals, a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries
- Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, a spin-off of Once Upon a Time
Well, the gang’s all here now. Which means it’s time to choose which one is the best.
Always be judgemental, baby.
Episode 4. Right on time.
Let the middle season slump begin!
If Damon didn’t have his and Elena’s own troubled past (and her endless connection to Stefan) standing in the way of their relationship, now they’ve got 2000 years of fate to deal with.
And me. It will always be Stefan, kids.
Oh, Katherine. You really are living my life.
If my life involved getting hunted down by an improbably lucky army of Silas goons.