While Stefan seeks out Isobel, Damon asks Elena to take care of a dying Rose as he meets Jules. Damon asks Jules about the cure for a werewolf bite and she tells him that there is no cure. ... See full summary »

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Jeremy Gilbert (credit only)
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Bonnie Bennett (as Katerina Graham) (credit only)
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While Stefan seeks out Isobel, Damon asks Elena to take care of a dying Rose as he meets Jules. Damon asks Jules about the cure for a werewolf bite and she tells him that there is no cure. Caroline is involved in a love triangle with Matt and Tyler. When Rose's pain comes to an end, Damon hides his true feelings about her and has a mortal existential crisis. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Although he plays the starring role, Stefan has less screen time than the other starring roles. See more »

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When Rose is describing her hometown to Elena, she states St. Austell as being "30 kilometres south of London", however, it is actually located on the south-west coast of England (400+ km west of London). See more »

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Damon Salvatore: I'm lost. I have a secret, a big one. But I've never said it out loud. What's the point? It's not gonna change anything. It's not gonna make me good, make me adopt a puppy. I can't be what other people want me to be. What she wants me to be. This is who I am. You are my existential crisis. Do I kill you or do I not kill you? But I have to Jessica, because I'm not human. And I miss it. I miss it more than anything in the world. That is my secret. But there is only so much hurt a man can take.
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Beautiful Dream, Mortal Existential Crisis
21 October 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While Stefan seeks out Isobel, Damon asks Elena to take care of Rose and he meets Jules. He asks Jules the cure for werewolf bite and she tells that there is no cure. Caroline is involved in a triangle of love with Matt and Tyler. When the pain of Rose comes to an end, Damon hides his true feelings about her and has a mortal existential crisis.

"The Descent" is THE episode of Damon, who gives peace to Rose and suffers for her in a magnificent performance of Ian Somerhalder. The sequence of Rose's dream is beautiful and heartbreaking. Instead of killing Jessica, the conclusion would have been excellent if he killed Jules instead. I am going to miss the charismatic Rose and it is terrible to see the unpleasant Uncle John back to the show. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "The Descent"


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