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Doug’s Comic-Con Adventure: The Vampire Diaries
Doug’s Comic-Con Adventure: The Vampire Diaries

I admit it. I watch The Vampire Diaries. My daughter insisted we watch it when it first started, and so I watched with her. And I’ll tell you, these guys know how to produce cliffhanger TV. Besides, there’s lots of pretty people on the show. And I’ll be able to sit down and talk with a bunch of them; Specifically Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, and Kat Graham. This, by the way, is the room that has gotten me in trouble at home. My wife is sooo mad at me because I get to meet Ian Somerhalder it’s almost comical. So you know I’m going to get my picture taken with him. That way, when she looks at him, she’ll have to look at me too. As ususal, I’ll get as much scoop as I can and send it your way.

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photo credit The Vampire Diaries Facebook Page

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