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The Vampire Diaries: Episode 8.02 Preview – What’s next for Ian Somerhalder, cast?


Tonight, “The Vampire Diaries” is premiering on The CW, and as a result of that, we are going to have a chance to learn a thing or two more about what is going on with Damon and Stefan. They are not of their own mind, and unfortunately, this is not going to be a crisis that is easy to be quickly resolved.

Therefore, get ready over the course of the next few episodes for things to get a little crazy, as characters are going to be forced to make drastic decisions to try and figure out precisely what needs to be done in order to get Damon and Enzo back to their former selves.

Synopsis – “After learning that someone from Stefan’s (Paul Wesley) past may be Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Enzo’s (Michael Malarkey) next target, Stefan, Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Caroline (Candice King) head to North Carolina. There, Bonnie takes drastic measures in an attempt to break Enzo free of whatever has a hold over him. At the Armory, Alaric (Matt Davis) and Georgie (guest star Allison Scagliotti) stumble upon a mysterious symbol that may be related to the supernatural force controlling Damon and Enzo. Finally, Caroline gets an unexpected surprise from Stefan.”

Upon first glance at this, obviously the first question we have is if Stefan could be doing something (like an engagement?) to further cement his relationship with Caroline. Maybe we’re just wishful thinking, but we want to believe it can happen! With this being the final season, we do think the show has to start moving forward with the end in sight.

Promo – Well, this makes it clear just how much control the siren has over Damon, doesn’t it?

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The Vampire Diaries: Episode 8.02 Preview – What’s next for Ian Somerhalder, cast?

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