When we were talking about who the next big bad villain should be, we had kind of a double burden because we’d just come off two of the greatest villains of all-time, Katherine and Klaus, which also turned out to be excellent casting choices. Trying to live up to that and better it, is something that we talked about that would be very difficult, and that just got us thinking outside the box. What could we do to create an interesting supervillain but not necessarily have it be so contingent on the perfect piece of casting? So it started there, and combined with our desire to give Paul Wesley the ability to play and to be adventurous with his acting. He’s so good at playing the bad guy and we didn’t want to take Stefan down the Ripper road again. So we were trying to think of ways to give him something juicy to sink his teeth into, no pun intended. And so those two conversations led to that solution. - Julie Plec & S5
what if someone wrote a book and the plot was basically amazing and the characters were awesome and at the end of the book, you’re dying to know what happens, all you see is a ripped page and the author actually did it on purpose and you’ll never know what happens because all the other published copies are like that too
calm down satan
“let me like that post so i can look at it again sometime!”
I feel good
I CANT BREAHTE. HELP ME LORD.