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'Vampire Diaries' Scoop: Will Bonnie Pick Jamie Over Jeremy?

Tue, April 24, 2012 3:03pm EDT by Andy Swift 32 Comments

Bad news, ‘Beremy’ fans! Robert Ri’chard tells that Bonnie & Jamie’s new romance ‘might be too much for Jeremy to stop.’

Last week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries focused on “Delena,” but the April 26 installment is all about “Beremy” — no wait, make that “Bamie.” Robert Ri’chard tells that Jamie and Bonnie (Kat Graham) are “looking towards their future,” which begins with a date to the ’20s dance, and that Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen) may have to be left in Bonnie’s past.

“Jamie is with her throughout the entire episode,” Robert tells me. “She’s protecting him, but he’s also protecting her. When you have that dynamic, where both people are looking out for each other, they’re bound to be drawn together romantically. We see that unfold in this episode.”

Of course, there are still plenty of unresolved issues between Bonnie and her ex. She dumped Jeremy when she caught him cheating on her with a ghost — only on The Vampire Diaries could that be a valid sentence — so you have to assume his return to Mystic Falls will create tension.

“It’s inevitable that Jamie and Jeremy will meet face to face,” Robert says. “But [Bonnie and Jamie’s relationship] might be a little bit too much for Jeremy to stop.”

Robert adds that Jamie and Bonnie will grow closer as she introduces him to more of her world — which, unfortunately, includes her fight with the Originals.

“He’s right there with her as things transpire,” Robert says, which you can see in the preview clip below as Bonnie’s new boy toy has a nasty run-in with Klaus (Joseph Morgan). Robert also promises a “crazy cliffhanger” with Bonnie, which might have something to do with the fact that she’s still wearing her outfit for the dance in the following episode.

And the fact that she’s bleeding from her neck.

How do you feel about the Bonnie-Jeremy-Jamie triangle? And what do hope to see happen at this week’s “Roaring ’20s” dance? Cast your vote, then leave your best theories in the comments section below!

— Andy Swift

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