Matt doesn't care if he doesn't get to say goodbye to Caroline and Tyler as long as Elena gets to see one of her vampire boyfriends for the last time
Seriously, poor Matt (although wasnít Tyler supposedly dying at the time they had this conversation? Havenít had a chance to rewatch yet).
Seriously, Matt needs to grow some balls. It's his own damn fault that he lets himself be used all the time.
One must wonder if Meredith learned anything at all in med school or if she just decided vamp blood was the answer to everything.
In all fairness to Meredith (whose character I cannot stand and do not understand the point of having on this show any longer), cerebral hemorrhages have insanely high mortality rates. I do not blame her for giving Elena vamp blood to heal Elena.
The triangle has been teased from the beginning. Itís not new. I sat through two years of S/E (and one year of Ďhow will I chooseí), itís D/Eís turn. I donít know who is endgame and right now I donít care, I just want to see the story move.
From what I understand, the Elena/Stefan/Damon love triangle is a focal point of the books, so I don't think it has anything to do with the fact that Ian Somerholder and Nina Dobrev are dating in real life.
My problem with the temporary "resolution" to the triangle is that I agree that it is D/E's turn because of the way the season was written - right now the love story feels stagnant. I frankly do not understand an entire season of buildup toward the possibility of a new relationship with no payoff. Obviously, the writers/creators wanted to create tension by building up this love triangle and make the story interesting - it is what they do. However, where the tension and buildup crosses over to a territory in which I feel like I am being toyed with, it makes me feel disrespected a bit as a viewer.