The Vampire Diaries Julie Plec recently let a spoilery bit slip about the nostalgic sparks that were flying between Jeremy and Bonnie in “O, Come All Ye Faithful”. In Shane’s attempts to reprogram the little Gilbert, it was Damon that made the observation that his ‘warm and fuzzy’ feeling should be attached to Bonnie. You know, because that relationship never did get real closure, due to the ghost parade that was Jeremy’s world last season, and there is clearly some unresolved, lingering love there.
“What this episode did, in the form of nostalgia, is a reminder that there are some unresolved feelings there,” executive producer Julie Plec says. “There was love there and maybe just a glimpse of hope for something more.”
Joseph Morgan boasts a bit about his mid-season carnage and how things will fall into place for him in the new year. Morgan also teases all kinds of Original drama, by way of an angry Kol and a very scorned Rebekah.
“In the episodes to come after break, there’s a certain amount of him sitting with his feet up, looking at the carnage as it unfolds before him,” Morgan tells TVGuide.com. “He’s pulling the puppet strings and then letting them go to see what happens. In the beginning, Klaus and Kol start off more on the same page, but Kol definitely comes in with his own objectives and motives,” Morgan says. “They do end up at odds and issuing threats at each other and it does become quite serious.” Klaus’ relationship with Rebekah, though, is a little more complicated. “Klaus is the one who daggered her and he’s really used her in a way that’s unforgivable. They have both attempted to exploit each other, but are also bound by this love and his feeling of wanting to protect her from her own weaknesses. So it’s all mixed up in there like a big old wasp’s nest of emotions.”