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The Vampire Diaries

The Vampire Diaries Season 4, Episode 22: 5 Questions We Want Answered

The Vampire Diaries always leaves us guessing, especially now that we see dead people. We have tons of questions that we hope will be answered in Season 4, Episode 22, “The Walking Dead.”

Is Bonnie crazy?
Has the witch finally flipped her lid? First Bonnie (Kat Graham) decides to give Silas a makeover, then she goes missing to “study” (yeah, right) for half the episode while he stalks Caroline (Candice Accola). Then she wants to make Katherine (Nina Dobrev) into an all-powerful being. Someone should’ve taken her to see Dr. Fell after that whole amnesia episode.

Will her plan succeed?
Bonnie’s dead set on lowering the veil. Maybe she wants Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) back. Maybe she’s hoping her Grams is on the Other Side. Whatever her reasons, is Silas’s tombstone enough to bring back spirits from beyond? If so, who will we see?

Will anyone else be on board the Kill Katherine train?
While it’s nice to have a hobby, killing your own doppelganger probably doesn’t qualify. Yet Elena (Nina Dobrev) wants her dead. Katherien’s made plenty of enemies over the years — will the baby vamp get any help?

Is the sire bond broken?
It didn’t really seem like Elena was following Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) every command after her emotions came back, but everything happened so fast. Turning off her humanity broke the bond initially, but is it permanently gone?

Who will Silas fool this time?
Ugh. Silas. The ancient immortal seems to enjoy masquerading around, wearing half the town as a disguise. He’s fooled nearly everyone already, so what’s his plan this week? Pretending to be Alaric (Matt Davis) so Damon (Ian Somerhalder) doesn’t have to drink alone? Actually, that wouldn’t be so bad...

05.9.2013 / 04:31 AM EDT by Jenny McGrath
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