The Vampire Diaries always leaves us guessing, especially now that Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) is about to have his hunting skills put to the test. We have tons of questions that we hope will be answered in Season 4, Episode 11, “Catch Me If You Can.” 

Will Bex and Stefan get together?
Stefan (Paul Wesley) is so over Elena (Nina Dobrev). At least, that’s what he tells his journal every night. But does his hurt and confusion over his ex and his brother mean a hook up is in order? Rebekah (Claire Holt) was once a bit jealous of the doppelganger, so maybe she’s still harboring some feelings for the younger Salvatore. Hey, we’re also up for seeing some vamp sex.

Is Bonnie over Shane?
When Bonnie (Kat Graham) told Shane (David Alpay) that she’d almost killed April (Grace Phipps), the professor didn’t seem all that concerned. Is this the wakeup call Bon-Bon needs to realize her mentor is bad news? (Why that bone necklace present didn’t do the trick, we’ll never know.)

Will anyone notice an entire town is dead?
Klaus (Joseph Morgan) happily turned an entire bar full of people into vampires so Jeremy could grow his mark. There can’t be that many locals in a sleepy town, so a huge chunk of of their population suddenly going missing is bound to raise suspicion, right? Let’s see if Lakeside is any more observant than Mystic Falls.

What will Elena think of Damon’s methods?
Damon (Ian Somerhalder) told Elena that in order to get the cure for her, he’d have to do things she didn’t like. At that moment, Elena was too wrapped up in her “I love you” confession to really process what he was saying. But once she’s trying to save Jeremy from an army of vamps, will she be quite so forgiving?

How did April get so much intel?
Bex has been whispering a lot of things in April’s ear about the town’s vampires and how her former babysitter erased her charge’s memory. So was it Rebekah who told Miss Young about Shane and the Founder’s Council, because April shared a lot of information with the sheriff and the new mayor that she couldn’t have known otherwise.