Damon Salvatore’s 8 Most Devilish Moments Ever

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We can’t deny the fact that Ian Somerhalder Damon Salvatore is like the hottest vamp on The Vampire Diaries, but we also know that the guy is kind of bipolar. He’s gone from totally bad to good, and after watching last week’s ep, we’re wondering if he’s headed back to being his old devilish self for reals.

So with that in mind, we decided to round up Damon’s Most Devilish Moments from all seasons of The Vampire Diaries! Check ‘em out below for a stroll down Mystic Falls, uh, memory lane:

1. In the pilot episode, Damon attacks Vicki who later winds up becoming a vampire, although he doesn’t turn her right away.
2. Throughout multiple eps in season one, Damon uses Caroline to feed off her and eventually ends up turning her into a vampire.
3. In season one, Damon kills Jeremy out of spite by breaking his neck. Luckily, Jeremy was wearing the ring for protection and was able to come back to life.
4. In season one’s “Isobel” ep, we found out Damon had killed and turned Isobel (Elena’s birth mom) into a vampire. And although this may seem like a really bad thing, Damon was only doing what Isobel had requested.
5. When Damon first arrived in Mystic Falls, he was on a feeding frenzy which quickly ended up raising a red flag to Stefan that his dear older bro was in town.
6. His whole purpose throughout most of season one was to try and find ways to screw up Stefan’s life.
7. In season two, we start to see Damon change a bit, but not before torturing Mason Lockwood and ripping his heart out.
8. On last week’s ep, he attacked Caroline’s dad Bill, but Caroline makes it in time to save her daddy before Damon could cause him any real damage.

Watch a sneak peek from tonight’s ep, “The Reckoning!”

The Vampire Diaries airs tonight on The CW at 8pm! Do you think Damon is turning back into his old self? Or did he just flip out for a sec after feeling like everyone was doubting him? Sound off in the comments!

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11 Responses to "Damon Salvatore’s 8 Most Devilish Moments Ever"

  1. Teen.com
    celine says:


  2. Teen.com
    marilynne says:

    i love demon

  3. Teen.com
    Hetal says:

    Damon snapped Jeremy’s neck in season 2 epi 1. not in season 1.

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  5. Teen.com
    michelle says:

    im in skool right now but i think his better bad than good and his hot

  6. Teen.com
    Sarah says:

    .. I am in Vegas (PT) still got 3 & a half hours to go!! I am looking forward to seeing him back to being the Damon we loved in the last couple episodes (minus last weeks) And Elena needs to accept him and “like him just the way he is “

  7. Teen.com
    Sarah says:

    I think (and hope) he was just pissed because everyone was trying to keep him on check. Expecting him to be the good one like Stefan. I would too! A vampire’s a vampire and Damon will always be Damon. He’s hot like that ^_^ I’m glad Katherine offered to leave town (not for long) but poor guy was just called a “D***” by his now ex-BFF Alaric

  8. Teen.com
    Aen says:

    Hold on… Damon didn’t turn Caroline into a vamp. That was Katherine!

    • Teen.com
      Becca Leigh (@BeccaLeigh002) says:

      That’s the first thing I thought of!

      • Teen.com
        Kate says:

        Technically Damon ‘turned’ Caroline bc it was he blood that was used to heal her while she was in the hospital. Katherine just killed her with Damon’s blood in her system.

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