Caroline’s going on a road trip for her first college spring break on “The Vampire Diaries,” but she’s not heading to some boozy beach town with plans to party all night and sleep all day. Nope, she’s heading to Atlanta with none other than Enzo to track down Stefan’s doppelganger and kill him, ensuring that the Travelers don’t kill her BFF. That’s a lot of pressure for someone who just wants to make it through her first year of college unscathed … and maybe get some good grades along the way.
Zap2it got Candice Accola on the line to talk all things Caroline, including what to expect from her road trip with Enzo, whether she can really kill a Stefan doppelganger in cold blood, whether or not she ‘ships Caroline with Stefan, and much more. Plus, Accola promises we’ll get to see a “strong” Caroline leading up to the big events of the season finale, and we all know a strong Caroline is the best Caroline. Check out Zap2it’s full Q&A with Accola below.
New Vampire Diaries season 5,episode 17 official spoilers,synopsis released by CW. Recently, CW served up the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming Vampire Diaries episode 17 of season 5, and it sounds very interesting as the Traveler’s head honcho, Marcos, shows up on the scene, and more. The episode is called, “Rescue Me.”
In the new episode 17 press release: Markos will arrive in Mystic Falls. Press release number 2: In order to keep Stefan (Paul Wesley) from being harmed by Sloan (guest star Caitlin McHugh) and the Travelers, Caroline (Candice Accola) and Enzo (guest star Michael Malarkey) will agree to make a trip to Atlanta to find a newly discovered doppleganger.
Caroline will get surprised when Enzo opens up to her about his past. Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) will spend an awkward afternoon at Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) parent-teacher conference, where they hear bad news about his behavior at school. Afterwards, Damon will reluctantly tell Elena upsetting news about Jeremy’s personal life.
Bonnie (Kat Graham) will have an unsettling encounter with Luke (guest star Chris Brochu), and learns more about his family history. Liv (guest star Penelope Mitchell) is going to fill Jeremy in on the rumors about the Travelers’ next move and demonstrates her considerable power. Jeremy will make an unexpected deal with Liv. Then will make a decision that is devastating to Elena.
Stefan and Caroline will share a special moment of friendship. Finally, a terrifying turn of events at the Travelers’ camp is going to lead to the appearance of their mysterious leader, Markos (guest star Raffi Barsoumian). Leslie Libman directed the episode, and it was written by Brett Matthews & Neil Reynolds.
Episode 17 is scheduled to air on Thursday night, March 27th
A KILLER VIRUS — When Stefan (Paul Wesley) tries to explain recent events to a very sick Elena (Nina Dobrev), her first instinct is to call Damon (Ian Somerhalder). At the same time, Damon is trying to figure out how to make a disturbing confession to Elena. While going through Dr. Wes’ files, Caroline (Candice Accola) discovers a frightening secret, and is surprised when Enzo (guest star Michael Malarkey) appears, claiming to have the solution everyone is searching for. At Enzo’s insistence, Caroline asks Stefan to meet her at a mysterious location where they are joined by a group of Travelers, including Sloan (guest star Caitlin McHugh), who reveals new information on the importance of doppelgangers. During spring break on a mostly deserted Whitmore campus, Elena runs into Luke (guest star Chris Brochu), a student who seems to know her, though she has no memory of meeting him. Recently dumped by his boyfriend, Luke proposes that he and Elena spend the break getting drunk together, but she sends him off on an urgent mission to find Bonnie (Kat Graham) and the “newbie” witch, Liv (guest star Penelope Mitchell). Damon finally tells Elena the truth about his recent activities, and they come to a new agreement about their relationship. Pascal Verschooris directed the episode written by Caroline Dries (#516)
“The Vampire Diaries” is ready to dive deeper into the new mythology of the series on CW, and now fans are being given new inside scoop on what is coming next from a member of the cast. On Feb. 11, TV Guide shared the latest comments made by Candice Accola. She stars as Caroline Forbes on the series.
On the last episode, Wes managed to give Damon the vampire feeding virus, and now Damon is now a vampire on the hunt for other vampires to feed on. Caroline will be more involved with Damon during this new story line. Candice Accola teased the following about the virus and the travelers:
Caroline will focus her attention on finding out what this virus is capable of. We’re [also] going to have a big wake-up call to the new mythology we’ve slowly gotten to learn about over the season with the Travelers, as well as the who, the what and the why of it all.
The travelers have been around all season long, and they did steal blood from Elena and Stefan. The reason for that will be revealed soon enough. They are now behind Wes’ new experiments, so the travelers will be around for a bit.
Are The Vampire Diaries Caroline and Tyler over for good? And is there even hope for a friendship?
Although Tyler (Michael Trevino) was the one to walk away from the relationship, Caroline (Candice Accola) committed the ultimate act of betrayal by sleeping with his mortal enemy, Klaus (Joseph Morgan). With the cat out of the bag, and Tyler sure that he wants nothing to do with her, Caroline walked into this episode’s Bitter Ball and shredded remnants of both men.
But does Caroline ever remain single for very long? Although there were hints of jealousy over watching Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Elena/Katherine (Nina Dobrev) dance, Accola tells TVGuide.com that those two are destined for great friendship.
Keep reading for more on Caroline’s trio of men, including whether or not a reconciliation with Tyler is in the cards and why her feelings for Stefan might be misconstrued.
Klaus and Caroline finally had sex — hot sex. Were you happy they went there?
Candice Accola: Yes. When I get very into a storyline as a TV viewer and want something to happen so bad and there’s so much build-up, it’s exciting to watch. To my knowledge, the writers never had any intention of bringing those two together, especially with the spin-off, so I think it was a great moment and I think the whole 100th episode was written with the viewers in mind to give them what they wanted.
It’s always a hot topic. Did you receive negative feedback about it?
Accola: I’ve never gotten any sort of negative feedback, but people would say, “I want Tyler and Caroline to be together, but I want her and Klaus to just do it once.” So it was great to know it was going to happen and people would get what they asked for.
Can Caroline and Tyler recover from this?
Accola: Do I think they can come back from Caroline’s time with Klaus? I don’t think so. On paper, no one did anything wrong. They were broken up. No one cheated. But it’s personal. When you cross those lines and those boundaries, I would find it pretty impossible to be in a relationship and then be able to come back from that.
What about just as friends?
Accola: Caroline needs this idea of perfection and for no one to be mad at her and for everyone to be happy at all times, so we’ll see a lot of great scenes coming up between Caroline and Tyler with her struggling to find a friendship, but also release some of the guilt she’s been holding onto because she knows she made a mistake. The one thing to remember is that they’re 19 and 20. If Caroline was my age it’s like, you know better. At 19 and 20 and it’s your first boyfriend and you’re high on hormones and haven’t fallen down a lot in relationships, it’s an opportunity to learn a lesson, just the really hard way. That’s how I looked at Caroline’s choice of being with Klaus and that’s why I don’t necessarily see her and Tyler reconciling their relationship, but I think there’s possibility for them to be friends.
Caroline has seemed a little jealous over Stefan recently. Does she want their friendship to become something more?
Accola: I was hoping it wouldn’t come off as jealousy, but more protective. When I read [the scene] I had the same question, but I think it’s more that she just doesn’t feel right about [him and Elena]. Stefan is finally getting his life together and Caroline is trying to be there for Elena, but if you want the best intentions for everyone you’ll say, “No, this isn’t a good idea. Everyone is finally getting their own lives together. Why are you going back?” So I think she just felt protective.
Would you personally like it to become more?
Accola: I’ve really enjoyed watching Caroline and Stefan’s relationship grow over the past couple of seasons because it just shows that the evolution of Caroline. At the beginning, she was just after him because he was the cute new boy in town and she never really had a friend that was male that she was just friends with. She’s had a relationship with a lot of the gentlemen on the series and again, that can happen when you’re young, but I like that this has remained a friendship and that there hasn’t been an onslaught of sexual tension with them.
But the two of them are pretty good at solving things together like Elena’s sire bond to Damon last season. Will they figure this one out too?
Accola: They’re really good at figuring things out, but we’ll definitely get to hang out with Katherine for a while as she takes over Elena’s body. And you can expect her to stir up some trouble.
The Vampire Diaries returns with new episodes on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 8/7c.