Ian Somerhalder talks to Fancast, LA Times interview with Candice

What happens in this week’s episode?
They realize in this episode very quickly that this whole wolf thing is a major problem.  It’s great for the producers of the show because bringing in a really powerful supernatural element  that can kill vampires, we better show up to work on time.  I’ve been a vampire for the past 18 months and Damon’s been a vampire for 150 years. There are a lot of things that I just instinctively know.  To watch [Caroline] figuring out all these quirks and abilities that you gain by virtue of being a vampire is quite interesting. Damon tried to kill Caroline (Candice Accola) because he knew it was the right thing to do.  He needs to mend his issues with Elena.  I don’t know how that’s going to happen.  He killed her brother. What better way to say I love you than to kill someone’s sibling?

The rest of the interview – at Fancast.

How is Caroline’s transformation going to affect her friendship with Bonnie [Katerina Graham]?

I would assume greatly. … Sometimes there are friendships where there needs to be some space apart. I think that that’s kind of a point for Bonnie and Caroline. They both need to figure out how they feel about that situation. Also, looking back on the first season, Caroline wasn’t necessarily so supportive when Bonnie was finding out about her own changes and her own supernatural qualities. … It’s a lot for Caroline to expect Bonnie to have that immediate just being OK with everything because Caroline didn’t give her that support.

Check the entire chat out over at Los Angeles Times.

Thanks for the heads up, Vampire-Diaries.net!

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