'Vampire Diaries' Season 6 Latest News and Spoilers: Flashbacks are in Store

7:12 AM EST 2/19/2015 by Aishwarya, Celebeat Reporter

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The Vampire Diaries Season 6 will start off on a bad note with episode 15, titled Let Her Go. After the passing of Sheriff Liz Forbes, Caroline will be arranging her mom's memorial service. It appears Kai may enjoy a reprieve from wreaking devastation to let the gathering changing for good.

It appears Elena won't be the one to help her companion. Damon will give Caroline some counsel, yet it will raise some frightful flashbacks. Helping Caroline "strengths him to return to excruciating memories including his own particular mother," as per the summation report online.

Caroline may not be the one who is influenced by the memorial service. Matt and Tyler appear to be making huge arrangements. They will "examine a real life change," yet how major? Could the young men be taking after Jeremy?

In the meantime, Alaric will be watching over Jo. It appears Kai will in any case be encountering genuine identity changes after the consolidation. He "turns to Jo, edgy for help," the summation teases. Alaric will be mindful regarding the matter of letting his mate close Kai. He may be Jo's trouble; however Kai is still a killer. Will the audience forgive him?

Viewers will likewise get to make up for the lost time with Bonnie in 1994. The last time people saw her, she was going to Nova Scotia to check whether she could utilize the enchantment as a part of Qetsiyah's blood. Not surprisingly, the clues in the outline are so obscure it couldn't be possible to tell if Bonnie will really make it home or not.

Tune in to the latest episode of The Vampire Diaries to know more.

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