Entertainment Weekly has the scoop on what to expect for the first episode of season 4 and Rebekah gets punished for what she did.
I need some VampElena spoilers!! — Lizzie
What about an ID game where Vampire Elena is AT LEAST one of the answers? In the premiere…1) Two characters almost have sex in the woods, 2) Someone gets a very meaningful gift in a moment that will drive fans wild, 3) Someone’s lapse in judgement will cause them great emotional pain in episode 2, 4) Guilt-ridden Matt gets some very wise advice from an unlikely person.
I’ve heard a bit about the first two episodes of The Vampire Diaries but need more Rebekah spoilers!! HELP! — Ty
True story: When I was a kid, I once gave my sister’s Barbie tattoos using permanent marker. I thought it looked cool. She didn’t feel the same way. Why am I sharing? Because I can relate to Rebekah, who ends up destroying a sibling’s precious property some time during the first two episodes. Suffice to say her punishment is a little more severe than getting sent to her room.
Source – Entertainment Weekly
According to TV Line Michael Ausiello, Elena won’t be getting revenge on Rebekah in season 4, but Damon will do it for her and it’s not Rebekah he goes after.
Question: It’s maybe a little too early to ask this, but do you know whether vampire-Elena will be taking some kind of revenge on Rebekah for causing her death when The Vampire Diariesreturns? —Gabriela
Ausiello: I’m going to assume Elena has her hands full completing her transition to vampire. One person who does have revenge on the brain is Damon, who blames poor Matt for Elena’s little predicament.
Source – TV Line
TV Guide has the scoop on The Vampire Diaries character Rebekah. Rebekah will get her revenge on Elena by attacking someone dear to her:
So Rebecca’s coming back on The Vampire Diaries? Please tell me that doesn’t mean Elena is in danger! — Hayley
ADAM: Well, somebody is in danger. Big danger. (I mean, isn’t someone always on this show?) “There is definitely a major character whose fate is looking bleak,” executive producer Julie Plec tells us. But not, like, Aunt Jenna bleak, right? “[He or she] may not come out the other side of a terrible life-or-death situation,” Plec teases. Eek! Any guesses?
TV Line Michael Ausiello has so much scoops on The Vampire Diaries about Caroline, Tyler, Stefan, Elena, Damon, and Rebekah:
Question: Got any news about Caroline’s storyline on The Vampire Diaries? —Charlotte
Ausiello: She’s turning 18, and for her birthday the show’s writers are giving her the second episode back, airing Jan. 12! “It’s a big [one] for Caroline,” confirms showrunner Julie Plec of the installment. “It’s emotional. It’s scary. It’s very, very, very powerful.” But the episode isn’t all about Candice Accola’s vamp. “It’s a big episode for the friends — for Elena and Matt and Bonnie and Caroline,” Plec adds. “It’s a big episode for Tyler and Caroline’s relationship. It’s a massive episode for Stefan and Elena, and Stefan’s pissing contest with Klaus and the lengths he is willing to go to make his point, not giving a damn about anyone or anything. It’s a big episode for Damon’s continued evolution as villain to hero. It’s just a nice episode all around.”
Question: The wait for new Vampire Diaries episodes is maddening. Please give us some Delenda scoop to tide us over? —Gabi
Ausiello: Stefan’s seeming betrayal of Damon and Elena leaves the pair “fraught with sexual and romantic tension and very, very, very angry at Stefan,” reveals Plec. “It leaves them thrown together to defend themselves against whatever Klaus’ next move is going to be. It leads to a fairly interesting showdown between Damon and Stefan in which Damon literally tries to beat the answer out of Stefan as to why Stefan betrayed him and ruined his plan.”
Question: How about you give me the Vampire Diaries scoop I so desperately need? —Elizabeth
Ausiello: We definitely haven’t seen the last of badass Original sister Rebekah, Plec tell us. But don’t expect a happy reunion when someone finally takes that dagger out of her. “She let herself get emotionally duped by Elena, and Elena literally stabbed her in the back,” explains Plec. Rebekah’s anger at Elena will be “a big problem for Klaus, who doesn’t want anything to happen to [Elena], and for Elena herself, who pulled the ultimate mean girl back stab and is going to have to pay the price for that.” Rebekah will also be none too pleased with Klaus for lying to her about their mother’s death. “She’s just mad period,” says Plec with a laugh, “all around.”
TV Guide recently spoken to Julie Plec about the character Rebekah on the television series “The Vampire Diaries” and will she come back:
“We haven’t seen the last of Rebekah,” executive producer Julie Plec tells TVGuide.com. “The fact that Elena killed Rebekah is going to come back to bite her in the butt.”
When the series picks up in January, not only does the Original sister return in a flashback, but she also makes her presence felt in the present day.
“I’m not going to say when she makes her reappearance, but certainly her being undaggered is not in Elena’s best interest,” Plec teases.
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