‘The Vampire Diaries': Is Klaus and Caroline’s Relationship Over?

Klaroline shippers rejoice! Or cry.
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Dangerous Liason

“Dangerous Liaisons”–LtoR: Candice Accola as Caroline and Joseph Morgan as Klause on THE VAMPIRE DIARIES on The CW. Photo: Quantrell D. Colbert/The CW ©2011 The CW Network. All Rights Reserved.

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Becca Ritchie Becca Ritchie claims she's from Mystic Falls, but really, she lives in Atlanta where humidity is her greatest foe. She loves comic books, blue nail polish and Jonathan Taylor Thomas circa 1995. She frequents Twitter to dish about CW shows, and when she's not blogging, she reads too many YA and NA books. She's an Amazon Bestselling Author of the Addicted series, a New Adult Romance. Follow her on Twitter @Becca_Ritchie.

For anyone who has not watched the hundredth episode of “The Vampire Diaries” — turn around now, major spoilers ahead! You’ve been warned.

It happened.

You guys. It happened. We’ve been waiting forever to see Klaus and Caroline unite in an epic “I love you” sort of way. While they didn’t say those three magic words, Klaus prodded Caroline to divulge her true feelings. How did he do this? He said if she just told him how she felt, he’d leave for good. He’d never see her again. So in order for us to see them hook up, it would be the end, right? We’d receive the closure we all needed.

I momentarily forgot about this stipulation as Caroline locked lips with Klaus. And when they parted, they both shared a sincerely adorable smile before they attacked each other with vampiric passion. Klaus pinned her against a tree (this was a forest make out session, after all) and he ripped open her blouse.

Yes! It happened.

But then, as soon as the scene passed, I remember what Klaus had said. Is this the end, Klaroline shippers? Are we supposed to move on now? How can we when we all know Caroline would be better served (and loved) in the French Quarter? Or was it Klaus’ sneaky way of getting Caroline to open up about her feelings? Does he really intend to make good on his words?

Let’s take a poll. Do you think this is the end of Klaroline? Has Julie Plec finally closed the door, tied the ribbon on a package, said “goodbye” to our favorite couple? If this is closure, then we all must join a major support group and try, hopelessly, to move on.

Becca Ritchie

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