Can’t stop wondering what happened to Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) during the finale moments in the Season 5 finale of “The Vampire Diaries”? Join the club. A few months remain until fans can get some answers, but the cast and crew delivered a hilarious video at Comic-Con to hold viewers over until the Season 6 premiere.
The video, titled “Bonnie and Damon’s Comic-Con plea, revealed the true reason behind Damon and Bonnie’s “death” during the Season 5 finale – trouble on set!
The Comic-Con clip kicked off with the final moments where a white light swallowed up Bonnie and Damon. But while the episode ended with the screen fading to white, the Comic-Con video showed what happened afterwards – panic.
“What just happened?” Graham asked Somerhalder. “Did we just get written off?”
“I’ve been killed off a TV show before,” Somerhalder joked, referencing his stint on “Lost.” “This is not how they do it. This is ‘Vampire Diaries … they’ll just bring us back.”
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Ian Somerhalder tried to play it cool, but Graham argued that the decision seems pretty “final” … which led her to accuse her co-star of doing something to get them kicked off the hit CW series. Check out a handful of the reasons why the duo think they may have gotten written off “The Vampire Diaries”:
Trouble With Paul Wesley
Ian claimed to have been on his best behavior and very close with Stefan’s Paul Wesley, however a cut to Wesley told a slightly different story.
“Does this mean that I get more money?” he asked the cameras of Damon’s “death.”
Turkey Club Gate
Kat Graham had her own little issue on set that could have resulted in them being written off – The Turkey Club Incident of 2014. An interview with Caroline’s Candice Accola revealed that the actress was still very upset with Graham after her co-star ate her turkey club sandwich that was clearly labeled “Candice’s Sandwich.”
Enzo And Alaric
“It’s like they don’t have room for us anymore,” Somerhalder pondered out loud. “How could that be?” The cameras then cut to actors Michael Malarkey and Matthew Davis, who play new (and returning) series regulars Enzo and Alaric. Could two new additions … mean two goodbyes?
Watch Ian Somerhalder and Kat Graham ponder about their own “Bamon” spinoff series (“the only logical explanation”) and keep an eye out for a cameo from Klaus’ Joseph Morgan.
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