Ready for some spoilers on The Vampire Diaries that really suck? It’s a bloody shame, but someone has to die, revealed the candid cast of The Vampire Diaries during a toothy tell-all with E News.
And when they talk about death, they’re not just chatting about a fake fang or two.
“Dude, there’s always deaths, there is a big one coming up, I will say that, there is a big one that’s really going to break the people’s hearts,” cautioned Paul Wesley, with whom you can wine and dine via the video below.
With Paul playing Stefan, what’s the potentially deadly news about Caroline? He teased viewers with his response.
“There’s some beautiful moments and I do think ultimately that something will happen. It’s just a slow burn.”
At least they didn’t burn the Thanksgiving turkey on The Vampire Diaries, as the Inquisitr reported. Elena, played by Nina Dobrev, and Caroline, portrayed by Candice Accola, faced some very untraditional challenges on that traditional holiday.
Take Tyler, for example. Would you like him as a holiday dinner guest? If so, be forewarned. Just a tiny slip, perhaps scorched stuffing or not enough pecans in his pie, can evoke his inner werewolf. Yup, there’s no place like home for the holidays.
For those dreading the holidays because of sibling overload, consider the situation that the Salvatore Brothers face on The Vampire Diaries, suggests Entertainment Weekly. Boys will be boys, as shown in the video below.
Damon and Stefan Salvatore have more than few sibling rivalry problems. It all began when they inconveniently became enamored of the same girl. Think that’s bad? It got truly bloody when she transformed them into vampires. And in case you can’t remember that occurrence, it all happened in the 1860s.
As the older brother, Damon lived up to his responsibilities to make his kid bro unhappy by taking a pledge to make him gloomy for all of eternity. And just to stay busy and into trouble, they have alternated vanishing acts, murder, and romantic clashing for that same beautiful vampire. Just a sampling of family fun!
But don’t cry for them too long. The brothers took the bro code, which means that they literally will die for each other. Of course, because they’re vampires, that doesn’t mean much.
If you are hosting vampires at your own holiday party, what should you serve? Damon answers that question with the quotes from The Vampire Diaries below.
“I have two liters of soccer mom in the fridge. No? Give my regards to the squirrels.”
“I’m at the Sizzler. I had the buffet.”
“Little mid-service snack. Church always gets me hungry. You know, whole blood of Christ thing.”
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