Amara stabs and kills herself. Qetsiyah is able to return Bonnie and make her the anchor and then decides to kill herself. As she passes over to the Other Side, she reveals to Bonnie that by being the anchor, she will feel every death of every supernatural.
"Death and the Maiden" is the seventh episode of the fifth season of the American series The Vampire Diaries and the series' 96th episode overall.
Trivia. Silas helped Bonnie by giving her the resurrect spell to resurrect her friends and Bonnie promised to help him.
In the season 4 finale, an unsired Elena confirms that she is in love with Damon, and the two kiss passionately. At the end of season 6, the two plan to become human, get married, and have children together, but their dream is abruptly compromised by Kai, who puts Elena into a magical coma.
Talk about a rough go of it! Bonnie first died in season 4 when she brought Jeremy back to life. She returned to the land of the living in season 5 but only by becoming the anchor to the Other Side.
Turns out that Silas is part of Enzo's grand plan. Since Silas was once a Traveler (and desperately wants to come back to life) he agrees to teach Bonnie the spell to bring everyone back. And Bonnie allows him to teach her the spell – however when the wind comes she lets Silas get taken off into the sky.
Stefan and Caroline are finally back together, after Alaric graciously let her go. Bonnie lost her magic when she became the huntress and didn't regain it when the everlasting was killed. She's devastated over the loss of Damon and Enzo.
In Season Five, she returns in Home, and saves Stefan from going into Hell, but she manages to find peace and disappears. She continues to watch over him and greets him when he too dies in I Was Feeling Epic.
Whales have real bones. The skeleton of a whale consists of a skull, a backbone, a rib cage, and a collection of bones that are part of the flipper, but correspond closely to the bones in the human arm and hand.
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