The Vampire Diaries Season 3 concluded with Elena transforming into a member of the undead.

But that development only went down because Stefan made an unusual choice: swimming to the bottom of the lake to rescue the love of his life, he heeded Elena's underwater advice and first swam Matt to the shore.

Now, in a candid interview, star Paul Wesley actually admits he was initially "confused" by the scene, questioning the motives of his character and the decision he made. Referencing Stefan's saving of Matt, Wesley says:

"I don't buy it. I'll be completely honest. The writers are probably going to get mad at me! I don't buy it, but it is what it is and so we have to live with it."

His main issue with the way everything took place?

"I personally think Stefan would have just went, 'I don't really care what the hell you have to say', and would have grabbed her - but it is a story and frustrating things happen in life and stories."

As for The Vampire Diaries Season 4? Does Wesley just see smooth sailing ahead for Stefan and Elena? Not exactly.

"I don't think it's going to be like, 'I'm picking Stefan and we're going to be happy now," he said. "It's going to be a completely different show."

We'll find out for certain on October 11.



现在,在一次即兴采访中,男星保罗·韦斯莱(Paul Wesley)承认他最初对这一情节有些迷惑不解,对他所饰演的角色的动机和所作出的决定有疑问。关于斯特凡先救马特这件事,韦斯莱说:



“我个人认为斯特凡会继续自己的方式,‘我不在乎你必须要说的东西’,而且只会抓住 她-但这只是个故事,是生活中和故事里所发生的令人沮丧的事情。”