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Since he doesn’t believe Matt will actually be able to stop her though (neither does Matt, which is why he incites one last “gas leak” protocol for town evacuation), he goes back home with Stefan to regroup and figure out a way to stop Katherine and save their town.
It’s here where Bonnie is truly tested, coming face to face with Hellfire.
It’s hard not to gloat — she apparently had the Devil himself under her Katherine Pierce spell from the second she stepped foot in Hell. As for Elena, her body is hidden away in the boiler room of Mystic Falls High School. Which is what leaves us with the Salvatore brothers arguing over who will be the one to take Katherine back to Hell.
Unfortunately, before he got stuck in a Spin Doctors prison world, Kai (Chris Wood) spelled the boiler room for Katherine so Elena can’t be taken out. Stefan is the better man.” Luckily, Bonnie figures out a long-term Katherine solution from Alaric’s research: Let the hellfire come and then send it back to Hell. Specifically, who will be the one to end their life to save the day?
“I wanted that Damon to live, and I wanted you to have an opportunity to get to know him.” Stefan says goodbye to Elena one last time, as The Fray’s “Never Say Never” starts up (like at the end of the pilot), and he walks into the white light…
outside the school, where his best friend Lexi (Arielle Kebbel) is waiting, along with his vintage car he torched last season.
As for ways to stop Katherine, it turns out that a dagger forged from her bones (like they did with Cade) isn’t the long-term solution, as she only wakes up and talks them to death even more. Once that last bell rings, this stupid town will go up and flames and everybody will go poof. But then their ashes will go poof.” Damon tries to get her back by pointing out she’s still so jealous over how he and Stefan would both choose Elena over her, “every time,” but she throws back that Elena would always choose Stefan over him every time, as well. As Katherine said, Stefan is “the better man,” but it’s Damon who steps up, wanting to be the good big brother he never was.
In fact, we can’t be sure Damon isn’t in Hell already, with the way he keeps having to stab Katherine only to get more grief from her. And Stefan acknowledges that he very much is in this moment: “In nearly the two centuries since I made you become a vampire, I have fought to turn you into the man who deserves the happiness that’s out there right now.” But Damon is still a vampire, and Stefan no longer is, so Damon uses the vampire advantage and compels Stefan to leave and not to stop until Damon’s death break the compulsion. I’m sorry I wasn’t better at it until now.” While all this is happening, Alaric (Matt Davis) is ready to ditch town with his daughters, and that means Caroline (Candice King) has to go too, as much as she wants to help the Salvatores save Elena and defeat Katherine.
And with that, Stefan Salvatore’s life officially comes to an end.
“Tonight I saw a side of Damon that I hadn’t seen in a while: The older brother I looked up to, the son who enlisted in the Civil War to please his father, the Damon I knew when I was a boy,” Stefan tells Elena.
Matt Donovan is still Sheriff of Mystic Falls, and he’s thinking about running for Mayor.
His sister Vicki and best friend Tyler (Michael Trevino) have also found peace in the afterlife together.
Picking up where the penultimate episode left off, “I Was Feeling Epic” begins with Stefan (Paul Wesley) attempting to resuscitate Bonnie (Kat Graham) after an especially draining bit of magic.