Bonnie DeVille


“No one ever thinks chicks do shit like this. A girl can only be a slut, bitch, tease, or the virgin next door.”

“Sometimes I feel like it needs to be pointed out that the reason Gia and Cobb were able to frame Logan for Carrie’s Murder wasn’t because he was a “bad boy,” it was because they knew that despite Carrie cheating on him, despite their break up and despite the fact that Carrie had yelled at him earlier that very day, if Carrie asked Logan for help he would do the right thing.”


there wasn’t a wrong or a right he could choose he did what he had to do
‘Veronica Mars’: Read the movie’s EW cover story on Bonnie DeVille for clues — EXCLUSIVE |

In the Veronica Mars movie, in theaters now, Veronica (Kristen Bell) is drawn back to Neptune after her former flame Logan (Jason Dohring) is accused of murdering his rock-star girlfriend, former classmate Bonnie DeVille (Andrea Estella). The film shows Veronica reading an ominous Entertainment Weekly cover story titled “The Downward Spiral of Bonnie DeVille.” Now, you can read the actual (fictional) article.

I am just so curious about Logan/Carrie. I want to know everything about their relationship.

How long were they together? How did Dick feel about it (bff opinions are always interesting)?

How did they reconnect after high school? Did she go to Hearst? Did Logan even continue at Hearst??

How did Carrie break into the music biz? How did she choose the name Bonnie DeVille? How did deal with Ruby? Did she know that Ruby was Della?


any headcanons out there?

How to Get Away with Murder Drinking Game : Drink everytime Annalise has a drink. 

Hopefully it’d be enough to forget the untimely death of Wes Gibbons. 

shesamarshmallow  asked:

I didn't really buy Carrie Bishop's transformation into Bonnie Deville at first either. I just couldn't picture the Carrie Bishop we knew from Neptune as Bonnie Deville. I assume though that Carrie transformed into Bonnie after Susan's death on the boat. We know Susan was her best friend and it must have been a traumatic experience. My guess then is that Susan's death is the reason Carrie changed. Maybe she needed the alter ego to deal and express herself and she didn't feel like Carrie anymore.

That helps, actually. 

So Susan’s death and being blackmailed by Cobb and the others was so traumatic that she had a (assumed) radical personality shift. Having been raised as an 09er she probably had access to a lot of music lessons as a child, so she fell back upon music as her escape from the misery that became her life. Then somehow she made it big, perhaps at the urging of her parents? 

Its just weird because I figured that if Carrie ever became a pop star, seeing a very alternative, sorta gothy and weird persona just really was odd. And the fact that it wasn’t just a show act - she kept her purple hair even at home made it ever more weird. 

But a personality shift driven by Susan’s death - that’s making more sense to me now, thanks!


Me and @sky0neptune did this collage and it was fun, like- the last time we did something like that was in 2012, i think??? I dont remember man and im not going to look into that yearr

Welp, those are gijinkas of Nightmare Bonnie, the right one is from Sky and the left one is mine~~

Thanks for see this (??)

Random Snippet # 8

“So you’re Caroline.”

Caroline turned, frowned at the unfamiliar vampire standing on her porch. She was exhausted. Being a vampire did not, in fact, save you from finals kicking your ass. Plus, the entire Silas mess was becoming an actual issue instead of an annoyance, and Bonnie was way to friendly with the psychotic Kol. God, how she cursed the day that vampire had wandered into their lives.

Wait, hadn’t Kol been blabbering on about a brother? Her brain was fried by too much studying, but she was pretty sure she’d caught bits and pieces of the story the evening before. Well, parts of it. Something to do with doppelgängers and hybrids. The important part had been additional help - she was tired of digging through old texts with only a bag of B+ to hold her over. Someone else could do it.

The creeper on her porch was staring.

“Your Kol’s brother. The one with the army.”

Okay. Those dimples were unexpected. So was the odd, courtly bow. “The name your looking for is Klaus.”

Caroline shifted her bag and frowned at him. “Okay. Hi. Why are you bothering me?”

He tilted his head, gaze considering. “I must say, you’re not exactly what I expected.”

“Uh huh. Well, Mr. Expectations, its sort of been a shitty week around here, I’m sure Kol filled you in on all the details; so if you have a point to this meet and greet, find it.”

Klaus smiled at her, but his eyes were iron. “The last person who took that tone with me, lost their tongue. Among other things.”

He probably meant that. She was too tired to care. “Uh huh. Have you ever survived finals week?”

He blinked. “What?”

“You know, University? In all the years you’ve been ancient, you haven’t completed at least one degree?”

“Of course I have.”

“Great. Then when I tell you that trying to save the world plus the horror that is business law is exhausting and I’m honestly way too tired to give any fucks about your precious man ego, the likelihood of you torturing me should fall somewhere about forty-sixty.” Caroline shoved her wayward hair out of her face. “But please, if it makes you feel better, go on with the threats. It’ll probably bother me in a few hours. Post-nap.”

Klaus tilted his head, lips curving. “Well, I see why Kol hasn’t killed you.”

“Lucky me.” Caroline blinked when he was suddenly lose enough to touch. Leaning forward, he dimpled at her.

“You killed thirteen witches.”

“Bonnie is my friend.” Caroline said stubbornly. “She important. I’m pretty sure Kol and I already fought over this.”

“Hmmm.” His lashes lowered. “And the she-wolf?”

Caroline pursed her lips. “Seriously? How many times do we need to be betrayed before dealing with her? And why are you judging me?”

“I’m curious.”

Caroline held up her hand and took a step back. “Be curious later.”

She stiffened when he caught her wrist. Blinked in shock when he brought her wrist to his mouth, lips searing against her skin. The faintest flick of his tongue.

The unexpected rush of heat in her veins.

“My brother has told me about you, Caroline Forbes. How such a young vampire has held her own against an Original and Silas’ minions. How you defended your werewolf boyfriend and only killed the woman he betrayed you with when she tried to harm your friends. I’m fascinated.”

Mouth dry, she shook her head. “Ex-boyfriend. I’m not that interesting.”

He laughed against her skin, letting her hand skid free of his hold, callouses dragging against her skin. “I’ll be seeing you, love.”

Caroline stared at the empty space in front of her. Wrist burning; skin hypersensitive.


“Kill ‘Em All” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL — With Bonnie’s (Kat Graham) life at stake and an uphill battle ahead of them, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Enzo (Michael Malarkey) lead the charge to save Bonnie before her condition worsens. Stefan (Paul Wesley) reluctantly teams up with Matt (Zach Roerig) for the sake of Bonnie and uncovers the truth behind Matt’s anger towards him. Elsewhere, determined to help her best friend, Caroline (Candice King) joins Alaric (Matt Davis) on a mission and quickly realizes how much she’s missed her former supernatural lifestyle. Finally, after their plan takes an unexpected turn, Damon makes a fateful decision that will forever change his relationship with Bonnie. Kellie Cyrus directed the episode written by Chad Fiveash & James Stoteraux (#720). Original airdate 4/29/2016.