As Stefan buries Silas, he flashes back on the same horrors he's been flashing back on, all episode. Interspersed with that are Elena's questions: is Stefan all right now; is it over? There's drowning. There are impossible bubbles. Is it over? Stefan's pace grows frenetic. He falls on his ass, gasping for breath and says, "No. It's over. It's supposed to be over." I don't even know what that is? Is it a psychological reaction, or is it really bad luck to kill your doppelgänger? Is it bad luck to bury him? Is Stefan just going crazy? What? What? The title card tells me no secrets.
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