The Vampire Diaries Season 3 DVD switches gears: we’re no longer on the side of getting rid of him, but wanting him to stay alive. Unfortunately, his docility creates fervor for his departure (despite the passion the audience may have for the actor), something we never get.
The Vampire Diaries Season 3episode picks up exactly where the last week’s tale left off. Turns out, our girl, isn’t dreaming. She’s remembering while in a concussive sleep at Mystic Falls General Hospital. Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) found his sister lying on the floor bleeding into the paint, and now she’s in the hospital where Doc Meredith says she has “a slight concussion.”
The Vampire Diaries knows when it’s time to amp aspects of its plot up. More so, it proved that emotional payoff and excitable twists sometimes go hand in hand with this show, that coalescing those parts of this series can create a — if not precisely ideal — beautiful hour of television.
Earlier in the episode, Damon explained the fundamental difference between he and Stefan, stating that, while Damon would rather Elena be alive than love him, Stefan is the other way around. Rather than save Elena from the car wreck first, he does as asked and saves Matt. He'd rather Elena be dead than hate him for letting Matt die, which is a bit messed up.
Elena finds the near-death Damon and they spend his last minutes together, being very open on their feelings for each other and sharing a goodbye kiss. The moment is broken by Katherine catching them in the act while delivering the cure on behalf of Klaus.
This Cheap DVDs for Sale Vampire Diaries used to excel at being a series where no one was safe; these days, even the expendable characters stick around past their expiration date.