I bet you thought that I forgot.
Elena wakes up with Stephen waiting by her bedside. He tells her that
she was in an accident, and Damon says that Matt is alive. Damon is
clearly upset that Stephen didn't save Elena instead of Matt. The two
of them tell her that she is now a vampire, which upsets Elena, and so
Stephen tries to calm her by saying that he talked to Bonnie and there
may be something that she can do. We aren't even five minutes into the
new season and already they have found Bonnie work to do saving Elena.
It's also worth noting that when Bonnie's mother became a vampire that
she didn't even try to halt the transition. Why is Elena so important
when her own mother wasn't? Damon believes that Elena should just feed,
but Stephen counters and reminds Damon that she has all day before she
has to feed. Damon is not convinced and says, "we all know the drill,
you feed or you die. There is no door number three." Elena says that she
was ready die and that she was supposed to die because she cannot be a
vampire. "If there is something that Bonnie can do, we have to try,"
Elena cries. Damon replies, "your choice Elena as always," and leaves
the room. Oh woa is me, let the angst begin.
The brothers start to argue about Elena's decision and Stephen says that
he made a choice that he will regret for the rest of his life.
Upstairs, Elena looks in the mirror and starts to examine herself for
any changes. Jeremy enters and asks Elena if she is okay and he tells
her that he watched Vicki go through this and it was a mess. Jeremy
tells Elena that she needs help, but she snaps and says that she is
fine. Jeremy says that when he was shot, Bonnie made some plea to the
witch spirits and Elena points out that the consequences were horrible.
Jeremy believes that nothing could more horrible than Elena turning
into a vampire. "I need my sister, not another one of them," Jeremy
says. Elena assures him that they are going to find a way out of this
and that everything is going to be okay.
Bonnie is looking into a coffin at Klaus' body when he approaches.
Bonnie is not impressed and reminds him that the deal they made is that
as soon as they found another body, he would jump into it and leave
Tyler alone. Klaus says, "yes, but fate intervened and there I am, put
me back." Bonnie says that she cannot because she has to help Elena, but
Klaus being the logical one says that Elena is dead and no longer his
concern. He grabs Bonnie by the throat and threatens to rip her tongue
out if she does not put him back in his body. Bonnie counters by
reminding him that if she can keep Elena human, he can have an endless
blood supply to make his hybrids. Klaus releases Bonnie and says, "same
rules apply, no one knows." Though Micheal Trevino isn't as great as
Joseph Morgan, I have to say that I am pretty happy that they brought
Klaus back. He really is the most interesting character since they have
decided to make Damon soggy.
Pastor Young shows up at the hospital and says that he is there to check
out the blood because it has a habit of flying off the shelves. He
makes it clear that he is there with council authority and that unlike
some of the founding families, he doesn't have conflicting interests.
When Meredith asks what he means by this, Young says "Alaric told us
everything and it's probably time for you to start looking for a new