You know what they say: Hell hath no fury like a dude whose heart was stopped with a hex by his mother’s coven and then buried in a pine box for two centuries until he was raised by an ancient god.
You should know the drill by now. The Vampire Diaries is one of the best shows on television. Hush, haters, let me continue. Yes, we complain about it a lot, but when this show is boiled down to its basics—a sprawling cast of insanely appealing and talented actors, ambitious plot mechanics, outrageously labyrinthine mythology—there is really nothing like it on television. Good or bad, TVD is always fun to talk about and it’s never boring, and that is my favorite and truest compliment I can pay to any show.