If Twilight had a child with Days of Our Lives, then that kid developed incurable super-ADHD, it would be The Vampire Diaries.
The TV series is like a substance-resistant strain of bacteria, only the substance is “making sense.” The more you try to inject some sense into it, the more the series mutates into something even crazier.
That’s part of the fun of The Vampire Diaries, which started on the CW network in 2009. It was based on a series of books of the same name written by L.J. Smith that focused on a young high school student by the name of Elena Gilbert.
She manages to get caught up in a love triangle with two brothers in …
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