Clips From 'Vampire Diaries' Season 1 Finale

May 08, 2010 03:32:14 GMT

Damon is not pleased when hearing Jeremy insults Elena so he follows Jeremy and threatens him before Stefan saves the day.

Clips From 'Vampire Diaries' Season 1 Finale
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Damon acts like a knight in shining armor for Elena in the two newly released clips for "The Vampire Diaries" finale. In one clip, Damon is trying to find his way with Elena, only to be called "friend" by her. Upon hearing Jeremy telling Elena to "go to hell", Damon follows Jeremy and threatens him unless he forgives his sister.

The episode is called "Founder's Day" and it would be the conclusion of season 1. Producers said that they will leave a few cliffhangers. Asked whether the episode would prolong season one storylines or set up season two, Kevin Williamson told NY Post, "It's a little bit of both. We close the door on a couple chapters - some things are very, very final [laughs] and won't be coming back."

"Founder's Day" airs on May 13. Although Damon and Alaric do their best to stop him, Johnathan Gilbert sets a plan in motion that brings Founder's Day to an end amid chaos, destruction and death.

  • Clip 1
  • Clip 2


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posted by kkd on Jun 19, 2010
Damon i luv u u are da best wen u stnd nxt to stefan u make stefan look like a peace of shit
posted by mia on May 14, 2010
damon is soo hot and him and elena should so be 2gether
posted by mmmmm on May 08, 2010
i love the vampire diaries! I LOVE DAMON!!!!!!!
posted by nicey308 on May 08, 2010
I think damon and elena should hook up
posted by ashleigh on May 08, 2010
I'd hardly call Damon a knight in shining armor for threatening to hurt her brother just because he told her to go to hell. Damon seems to be overdoing it a little, and dangerously so. Now, I am a huge Delena shipper (Stelena are so boring) but I do think that Damon has a lot of work to do before he actually, really, deserves her. Not that it's a bad thing. It'll make for a great second season. But I think Step 1 is going to have to be feeling the (long overdue) guilt of what he's done, and learning to tone it down a bit when it comes to being protective. People are going to say bad things to her; it happens to everyone. That doesn't mean he's allowed to lose his temper every time. Oh, this is good TV though, especially if the creators/writers are setting this sort of thing up.

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