Vampire Diaries Spoilers: Will Elena’s Hallucinations Put Damon in Danger?
If you thought vampire cannibal bloodlust and a poisonous bite were the only things Vampire DiariesElena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) had to worry about since her infection with the Super Ripper Virus, then you would be wrong. She also has the hallucinations that come when a vampire is exposed to werewolf venom. Basically, Elena is not having the best time in next week’s episode of TVD — unless you count the hot Delena hookup?
“If you thought Katherine being sucked into hell was bad, just wait until you see what Elena is about to go through,” teased TV Guide. “Not only does she have the vampire-eating virus, but her hallucinations will also cause her to go a bit nutso.” Interesting. We’re wondering what Elena might hallucinate about. In other cases of vampires getting exposed to werewolf venom, the infected vamps tended to relive actual memories. Most recently, this was demonstrated by Nadia, who relived the centuries-long search for her mother as she lay dying from Tyler’s hybrid bite.
Elena doesn’t have nearly as much material to draw from. What might she relive? Her relationship with Damon (Ian Somerhalder)? It certainly seems likely given how the promo for next week’s episode ends: with Elena declaring her unconditional love for Damon, much to his chagrin, and the two throwing themselves at one another. And, according to TV Guide, this is only the beginning: “The light at the end of the tunnel? The kiss at the end of this preview is only the start of one crazy-hot hookup.” Throwing herself at Damon might seem like a good idea in her venom-induced hysteria (or, you know, always), but we’re kind of worried this might end badly for Damon. After all, one nip from Super Ripper Virus-infected Elena could spell the end for Damon.
What do you think Elena will hallucinate about? Do you think those hallucinations will endanger Damon? Share your theories in the comments below!
Catch the next episode of The Vampire Diaries on Thursday, March 20 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
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