‘The Vampire Diaries’ Deleted Scenes Will Make You Miss Mystic Falls
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The Vampire Diaries

‘The Vampire Diaries’ Deleted Scenes Will Make You Miss Mystic Falls


How much do you want to go back to Mystic Falls? Ever since the series finale, we have missed our favorite vampire-filled small town, but now, with this new The Vampire Diaries deleted scene, we can finally go back.

In honor of the June 13 release of The Vampire Diaries: The Eighth and Final Season on home video, Warner Bros. is dropping a scene that was on the cutting room floor, as well as a supercut of all of Season 8’s most epic moments.

Thankfully, we can all watch it right here, right now.

Bonnie lovers and true Bonnie and Enzo shippers may want to close their eyes for this deleted scene because it’s a moment of agony for the couple, who frankly, went through way too much sadness.

Give Bonnie a break, right?

Maybe The Vampire Diaries didn’t want to make us extra, extra sad in the Bonenzo love story by deleting this difficult scene for the couple.

Enzo is still all wonky in his head as he tries to escape Sybil’s powerful mind control and return to his true love. In this scene from Season 8, Episode 6, let’s just say Enzo isn’t doing the best job at staying sane.

Enzo is alone, trying to keep himself together, when Sybil appears behind him. He quickly launches at her, choking and probably trying to kill her.

But that’s when Stefan runs in between Enzo and his victim, pulling him away. Because why? Well it isn’t Sybil, it is the love of his life, Bonnie. Whoops.

Nooo! Thankfully, we can pretend this never happened because it wasn’t in the live episode, and we know the Sirens got what was coming to them eventually.

Check out the whole deleted scene below and keep your tissues handy.

Finally, Season 8 was so chock full of huge, iconic The Vampire Diaries moments, and so Warner Bros. is here to help.

In this epic supercut of Season 8 moments, we get a trip down a Mystic Falls memory lane: from Katherine’s reappearance and her death, to Stefan and Caroline’s wedding, to Damon and Elena’s long-awaited reunion, this supercut has everything.

Return to Mystic Falls in this video:

The Vampire Diaries: The Eighth and Final Season will be available on home video June 13, 2017.