'Vampire Diaries' Season 6 Spoilers: Episode 2 Sneak Peek Clip Teases the Return of the Mysterious Enzo

"The Vampire Diaries" season 6 premiere episode revealed how Elena (Nina Dobrev) dealt with the loss over Damon (Ian Somelhalder) by taking some herbs that enabled her to see, through hallucinations, the image of her dead boyfriend.

However, as the hour-long episode come to close, the heroine made a decision to fully forget the vampire lover. She asked Matt Davis' Alaric Saltzman to compel her.

Meanwhile, a sneak peek revealed Michael Malarkey's Enzo returning in action to help Caroline (Candice Accola) bring back Damon and Bonnie (Kat Graham).

In the video, Enzo is seen scolding Caroline after finding out that the latter dropped out of school. Now promoted as series regular, according to Entertainment Weekly, the bad-boy vampire will uncover some unexpected truths about what Stefan (Paul Wesley) has been up to the whole while.

A best friend and more like a soulmate to the younger Somelhalder, Enzo will not be pleased to find out how Stefan reacted to the loss of his brother.

"We saw Stefan kind of having given up, and so Enzo is going to turn out to have had a different reaction to Damon's death. He's not going to give up on him. So his point of view on Damon is in direct conflict with Stefan's," showrunner Caroline Dries teased.

Elsewhere, Zach Roerig's Matt is worried about Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), who is spending too much time with a mysterious girl who has recently arrived in Mystic Falls. The character is to be played by guest star Gabrielle Walsh.

Still, Tripp (Colin Ferguson), the leader of the community program, confessed to Matt about his connection to the town and its current state.

With the Other Side destroyed and gone for good, fans will now see the banished Damon and Bonnie teaming up together to find out where they really are and in what way will they be able to get back home.
"The Vampire Diaries" season 6 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.

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