TVD: Forwood Spoilers

Tyler, I just got you back. I’m not losing you again:Forwood Spoilers
Question: Can I have a Vampire Diaries spoiler on Caroline and Klaus? —Elizabeth
Ausiello: Our gal is going to be seriously conflicted when it comes a certain Original. “Caroline doesn’t understand what draws her to Klaus [just like] any young woman who is seduced by and charmed by and intrigued by a dangerous man,” says EP Julie Plec. “There’s a lot of things that she can’t really explain about herself and her connection to him.” But there is one thing that she knows for certain. “She’s made her loyalty to Tyler and her love for Tyler very clear and will continue to have to do that.” However, that might not be enough to reassure her hybrid boyfriend, who’s “jealous and pissed off” about her new sorta-relationship with his sire. “[Tyler will] deal with that in the next episode, realizing that, ‘Hey, I sort of brought this on myself by leaving and leaving the opening for this guy to come in and move in on my girl,’” previews Plec. “Unfortunately, there’s still the question remaining: Was he able to effectively break that sire bond, or is he in for a rude awakening? You’ll definitely see that play out over the next couple [of episodes].”

I’ll repost it because I want to analyze word by word

Caroline doesn’t understand what draws her to Klaus [just like] any young woman who is seduced by and charmed by and intrigued by a dangerous man. There’s a lot of things that she can’t really explain about herself and her connection to him.”

We should remember that who’s talking is the showrunner and not an actor that plays a character. So her way of putting things into words is different. It must be more generic, and it must give a general idea of the situation. I admit it’s a poor choice of words, because luckily not all women are unlucky enough to be seduced by “dangerous” psycopathic murderers. But I’ll take it as a more simplistic way to explain the situation. The thing is that Caroline doesn’t understand the connection because there’s any, but she indeed spent time with him, and this created a very messy situation. Because she exposed herself and made him his desire to get her increase, and wheter she like it or not, she found herself talking to him, and pretty close to him, anyway. And we should also consider the kind of arguments they shared. So, the kind of allure that may draw her to him is exactly what they’ve always told us. He has arguments that touch her because they are arguments she has always thought about, because they’re the most obvious, but even the scariest, when your future doesn’t seem so clear.

But here’s what she says too:

But there is one thing that she knows for certain. “She’s made her loyalty to Tyler and her love for Tyler very clear and will continue to have to do that.

This is something Caroline knows for certain. That is something she can’t quite explain yet, and she’ll probably realize better in this upcoming episode, which we already knew it’d be focus on the three of them, but there’s a constant in all of this. Her love for Tyler, and her loyalty to him is there, and nothing changes. Feelings, the important ones, are there.

And there’s something else here, Julie Plec doesn’t talk about Klaus at all. She mentions Tyler’s pov. I don’t thin she used those words that she believes he should feel responsible about it.

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Hey, I sort of brought this on myself by leaving and leaving the opening for this guy to come in and move in on my girl,’” previews Plec. “Unfortunately, there’s still the question remaining: Was he able to effectively break that sire bond, or is he in for a rude awakening? You’ll definitely see that play out over the next couple [of episodes].”
This is what Tyler thinks. He’s the one who feels responsible for this, but it doesn’t say that it’s right he feels this way. I take it as his thoughts, his constant insecurity that comes back stronger as ever. He may blame himself, because if he didn’t leave, if he stayed and found another way to break his sire bond, if he didn’t leave her alone, he’d be able to protect her more. But back then, leaving was the right thing to do. But now, they’re facing this situation, and there are other thoughts, based on different feelings.

And then she tells us about the upcoming and inevitable fight between Tyler and Klaus, where we find out if Tyler really broke his sire bond for real.

The KC dance, I considered it was possible, mostly since Candice’s interviews, because she used some words that made me believe it would happen. It may be a slow dance, but it also be a simple pose and it’s not so slow, but see slow dances are the ones that make more easily a conversation to happen, and that’s when Klaus will start talking to her. Why did she dance with him? I’m absolutely certain that there’s a reason behind it, and of course it’s not “because I liked dancing with you, and I wanna do it again”. Tyler is there, if Klaus comes in and interrupts them, asking for a dance, Caroline may be forced to accept it to not expose Tyler. And that’s when things get even more complicated. Tyler will be forced to look at them dancing, he’ll be forced to look at his worst enemy seducing the only girl he has ever loved. Jealousy will make him explode, jealousy will make him feel insecure and doubtful, and a mixture of feelings that I can’t even imagine. OTOH, Caroline will be forced to handle this proximity with Klaus, to handle his arguments, that obviously make her think. But this is not a fault. I mean, I repeat Caroline didn’t do anything wrong. Your actions always have consequences, even if they were based on good reasons. Caroline is not a machine, she’s not a robot, and she’s not perfect. But she’s HONEST, and there’s no price for that. In good or bad, she’s always honest about everything around her.

I obviously can’t tell you to feel differently. If you feel worried, or negative, so be it. It’s how you feel, and I’m no one to tell you to feel differently. What I can say is that it’s always better to see things put into scenes, than words. It’s always better to watch something and judge it for the way it really is. Julie Plec must have used poor words, she could explain it better, of course, but she’s not perfect either. IMO, she made a difference in the two points she talked about. And also, IMO it’s also good that, to a question that asked about Klaus and Caroline, she decided to reply, talking about T&C, about their povs. There’s no Klaus’ pov here.

Also, as you noticed from the other promo pics, at the end of the dance, Klaus tries to strangle Jamie, I mean, he must have had a hell of a night, uh?

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TVD: 3×21 and 3×22 Official Synopsis

The Vampire Diaries – Episode 3.21 – Before Sunset

A DAY WITHOUT A VAMPIRE — Klaus acts on his intentions to leave town with Elena (Nina Dobrev), but finds resistance from a surprising new enemy. Bonnie (Kat Graham) calls on Abby (guest star Persia White) to help her with a difficult spell. As events spiral out of control, Elena is determined to protect Caroline (Candice Accola), Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) enlist Tyler’s (Michael Trevino) help, while Bonnie and Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) take a terrifying risk to make sure her spell is effective. Damon and Stefan have a surprisingly candid conversation about the future. Chris Grismer directed the episode with story by Charlie Charbonneau & Daphne Miles and teleplay by Caroline Dries (#321).

 

The Vampire Diaries – Season 3 Finale – The Departed

THE SECRET HERO — Determined to protect his sister, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) makes a decision that will change everything. In the harsh reality of the present situation, Elena (Nina Dobrev) longs for simpler times when her parents, Grayson (guest star Jason MacDonald) and Miranda (guest star Erin Beute), and Aunt Jenna (guest star Sara Canning) were still alive and her biggest concern was her relationship with Matt (Zach Roerig). Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder) leave Mystic Falls together on a mission, but soon split up when Elena needs one of them. Caroline (Candice Accola) and Tyler (Michael Trevino) are forced to make a life-changing decision. Finally, Bonnie (Kat Graham) makes a secret deal that has heartbreaking consequences. John Behring directed the episode with story by Brett Matthews & Elisabeth R. Finch and teleplay by Julie Plec (#322).

 

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