I'm freaking out here, Julie Plec made Katerina human, I mean Katherine nwas my favourite character before Rebekah came along, to me the whole point of Season 1 and 2 was for the Salvatores to be with KATHERINE. What are your thoughts on this?
And yes! I definitely agree about doppelgängers being the same person, it's just that they always end up in different circumstances. It will be interesting to see the similarities between Silas and Stefan just as with Katherine and Elena.
When Elena was hallucinating in "We all go mad a little sometimes" Katherine did say that she was Elena before Elena was Elana. It would also explain why it was faily easy for Katherine to impersonate Elena.
Great, Now Klaus can go back to hunting Katherine to make hybrids instead of Elena.
Well if Elena kills Katherine then the cure was a waste. Oooooh great one less vamp to worry about REALLY.
This whole discussion has been around for about a month. Seriously!! Get over it... It happened, it's an awesome turn of TVD. If you want more answers, you should check out some interviews, with Julie Plec.
I love how I guessed it back in May and it came true today.
But it's strange that Katherine is now a human. I'd like the way she was a vampire and play her little games with everyone! Let's see what come now! :D
Damon offered to turn her in the season premier. The problem is that no one really knows whether she can be turned back or not. Katherine is not one to take those kind of risk. So unless something changes, she will be human.
Plus from what we saw at the end of the last episode it looked as though she had been fully drained of her blood, but then came back to life. I'm wondering if now "the cure" has accomplished the same thing with Katherine that Silas now has...she is immortal, but everything else is "human".
This may have something to do with a doppleganger of Amara drinking the cure (which may have been Amara's immortalty essence), thus when the cure was feed to her she became an immortal, just like Amara.
We should know in the next episode if this is true or not, as they didn't quite make it clear whether she actually died (it sure as hell looked like katherine had died) when Silas drank her blood. So, hopefully Silas, or someone, fills us in on that little plot point.
She didn't die. The whole "ugh.." remark by Elena and her loud heartbeat is evidence enough.
Interesting theory with Amara's immortality essence but it doesn't make sense that you use an anchor as magic to something that already belongs to you. I hope they reveal what Qetsiyah actually used to create the Immortality Spell to begin with as just like the Purgatory Spell it needs an anchor to last for a long time. Anyway, if Katherine actually became an Immortal from a Vampire and no one knew, that would have been weird, but now that her cure is gone (maybe) maybe's she's now finally human.
What do you think?