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The Vampire Diaries: Season 4, Episode 15 :: Stand By Me

This week on the Vampire Diaries (Season 4, Episode 15), we find out Jeremy’s fate. Find out what you missed in this week’s recap of “Stand By Me”, which aired February 21, 2013. Back to Article

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Artemisluvshim
Artemisluvshim wrote:
2013-03-14 19:51:23 -0700

What about the xbox?!

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celita10
celita10 wrote:
2013-02-25 02:22:20 -0800

OMG i was so sad when he died
& when they burt down the house
and when damon told elena to turn it off
i was like wtf

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KatelynNtheMunkettez
KatelynNtheMunkettez wrote:
2013-02-23 19:24:18 -0800

i love this vampire diaries 4 ever

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Cielososweet
Cielososweet wrote:
2013-02-23 18:47:58 -0800

I love that show

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Cielososweet
Cielososweet wrote:
2013-02-23 18:47:53 -0800

I love that show

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Miss soccer
Miss soccer wrote:
2013-02-23 18:43:55 -0800

luv this show it is so good.i gave a book to a boy and he really really likes it Embarrassed

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vanessa2112
vanessa2112 wrote:
2013-02-23 18:27:22 -0800

good tv show

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○ Treacherous ○
○ Treacherous ○ wrote:
2013-02-23 06:23:16 -0800

Jeremy died and I cried. I am in the UK so I didn't watch the episode put saw the tweets and pictures and I literally cried my eyes out. Jeremy is gone, and TVD won't ever be the same. Elena's diary, house and all the memories gone! Her humanity? GONE. ;(

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