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“You have quite literally an eternity with Elena ahead of you,” Stefan reminds Damon, before injecting his brother with the cure for vampirism and taking his place., he said, “Well, I always thought it would be Stefan and Elena.
They were sort of the anchor of the show, but because we lost Elena in season 6, we couldn’t go back.
And then at the last second I was like, "No, no, no.
We have to start with 'Dear diary.' We have to put her in the graveyard." And Julie was like, "Yes, yes, yes! Do you have any other favorite callbacks that you managed to work into the finale?
And she turned towards some good vampires along the way. There were so many conversations in the writers' room. I'm only sad that we couldn't put everything in there because it was only 42.5 minutes. It was this conversation of, "Oh, Bonnie can go be with Enzo because that's exactly what she would want." Like, no. If we were going to kill him, it had to have been in Season 4. Why do you think Lexi was the perfect person to lead him into the afterlife? And seeing Lexi gave us another whole side of Stefan at a time when he was just a brooding vampire. Williamson: I think that's kind of what Katherine said and I think she was doing it because what happened was Damon became the better man.
stars reflect on filming the emotional series finale Julie told me that up until two weeks before the script was written, someone else was supposed to die. And I think that's the eternal arc, is that he truly became everything his brother wanted.
Yet season six also marks the beginning of romance between Caroline and Stefan, so it’s hard to picture Stefan going back to Elena after that.
Williamson: Yeah, that one's a little tricky, possibly.
I hope that the audience understands though that the greater good, which is that Stefan — he kind of said it to her. And because it's always about family, you're going to understand what I'm about to do." And she understood it.
Williamson: My favorite line was, "That's for me to know and you to dot dot dot." I've always liked that line and I used to say that. There was a conversation that Damon and Stefan both died.
That was something I would just say all the time as a writer because you'd always write dot dot dot. Let's have Katherine say it."The show started out about two brothers fighting over a girl, but became much more about the intricacies of the brothers' relationships than any one romance. Williamson: From the beginning we wanted to write a show about a family. And then there was a conversation that it just ended with Damon killing Katherine and saving the town and saving everyone. Now I'm interested more in Stefan." It really helped shape him as a character. It turns out she was the one who helped him with being a Ripper.