The Vampire Diaries always leaves us guessing, especially now that we have a newbie vamp with no emotions on our hands. We have tons of questions that we hope will be answered in Season 4, Episode 16, “Bring It On.”

Is Shane’s son supernatural?
We heard a lot about the veil that Silas wants to destroy between the living and the dead supernaturals. But the ancient immortal also promised Shane (David Alpay) that he’d help bring back his wife and son. Not that we think Silas is a beacon of truth, but the only way that would be possible is if Shane’s son got some witch genes from his mother and was a budding warlock. We just want to know how much of a liar Silas really is.

Will Matt get the ring?
An emotionless Elena (Nina Dobrev) took off Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) Gilbert ring and tossed it to Damon (Ian Somerhalder) before leaving her brother’s body to burn. Um, can Matt (Zach Roerig) have that? He’s pretty much the only human in town, and at least one Original has fantasized about ripping his heart out. Plus, now that his bestie is gone, all Matt has is his truck.

Will Elena kill someone?
A vampire with all their emotions turned off... It could be a recipe for fun or a recipe for not holding back your blood cravings. Every human in Mystic Falls is safe from Elena, thanks to the vervain in the water supply. But what about those out-of-town cheerleaders? In the promo it looks like the new vamp wants to do more than just snack. Will she kill again now that she’s not the compassionate Elena we’ve known for so long?

Will anyone realize Bonnie is crazy pants?
Poor Bonnie (Kat Graham). Her friends saw she was melting down and kind of just left her to talk to her imaginary friend/astral projection/hallucination/Shane (David Alpay) doppelganger. Hopefully Rebekah (Claire Holt) will tell everyone that she tripped over the prof’s body, and people will start to put two and two together.

Are Caroline and Tyler broken up?
It was a tearful goodbye for Caroline (Candice Accola) when Tyler (Michael Trevino) was chased off by Klaus (Joseph Morgan). She said she’d wait for him — but how feasible is that when he can’t even answer her calls or send an email? Long distance relationships are one thing — but even a postcard could spell disaster for Ty. How did they do this kind of thing back in nineteen-tickety-two before such technology?