The Vampire Diaries season 6 is slowly climbing the ladder of excitement, thanks to the never-ending twists that keep TVD fans glued to their favourite supernatural drama from CW.
Bonnie finally breaks the magical wall between today's Mystic Falls and that of the 1994's. After her mother's tragic death Caroline is taking a dangerous oath of self-destruction and Damon is preparing for shocking news related to his mother.
After their sweet kiss, Caroline expects extra emotional support from Stefan and asks the Salvatore brother about his feelings for her.
Meanwhile, she remains devastated after Sherriff Forbes' death and this has prompted her to systematically shut down all her emotions and consciously decide to flip her humanity in order to cope with her huge personal loss.
Stefan, meanwhile will try his best to stop his beloved friend but his efforts trigger a series of dangerous events.
The synopsis of episode 16 titled The Downward Spiral reads: (via Wetpaint)
After shutting off her humanity following the death of her mother, Caroline gives her friends an unexpected ultimatum. Not knowing how to handle the new Caroline, Stefan's attempt to intervene sets off a dangerous chain of events, leaving him and Elena (Nina Dobrev) in a race against the clock. Meanwhile, after seeking answers from Kai about the prison world, Damon's world is turned upside when he learns some devastating news about his mother Lily. Elsewhere, Enzo (Michael Malarkey) finds himself becoming increasingly intrigued by Sarah Salvatore (Tristin Mays), and Bonnie begins to struggle with the effects of being back in the real world.
Damon, meanwhile, gets some shocking news about his mother after Bonnie escapes the Other Side as she shows him the video she shot before escaping the prison world.
The elder Salvatore vampire will ask Kai for help and Ecumenical New suspects that there are chances that he may be able to save and reunite with his mother just as Bonnie did.
More will happen when The Vampire Diaries season 6 returns on 12 March on CW network.