I just cannot
wrap my mind around this
and what I saw in season 2. I hate
the way Jeremy was looking at her in the final scene. Like he'd never seen her before. She was crying
and he was basically just waiting for her to stop so that he could explain. He didn't look hurt or regretful. It's like Steven McQueen didn't know how to act the thing out. This is the same Jeremy who shot off the floor to hold Bonnie after she channeled her ancestors? The same guy who wasn't going to leave her alone after she fought Klaus the first time? The first guy who was looking at her in that way
while she was talking to Elena on the computer?
I kept waiting for Elena to realize he'd been possessed by a ghost or something. <i>That's</i> how much I couldn't make sense of him saying it's always been Anna. This doesn't track with what I saw last season. I thought Jeremy was supposed to be a man now? He has regressed to the point of irrelevancy. Did they seriously put Bonnie with him so they could reveal he's always loved another woman? I doubt it because the producers don't plan things out that far ahead. They just make things up as they go along.
Who is he going to interact with now? He's messed up with Bonnie, Caroline's taken, and Elena's his sister. His stories have always come from being in a relationship. Matt is going to
go back to primarily interacting with Caroline. So what is the point to him now? Him messing up with Anna actually does more for Bonnie than it does for him. Because Bonnie now has a broken heart that she will work through while she does other things
. We have spoilers for her for the upcoming episodes. What is Jeremy going to do? Go draw Anna?Continued