Yes, I wrote my daughter a letter. And that bastard that made me call him Father took pieces of it, that only Allison would know were from me, and used it to manipulate her, to turn her into something she was never supposed to be. I never wanted her to become me. And it got her killed. I will find that man, and I will kill him. Even if I have to come back from the grave.
—  Eaddy Mays (as Victoria Argent)’s very powerful answer to the question of whether or not Victoria actually wrote the letter to Allison

“My favorite Victoria/Allison scene is in Season 2 when I/Victoria go to her room after Derek bit me and she’s picking out clothes with Lydia. There was SO much going on in that scene that was never said and I think it shows. As a mom, I’ve had moments where I watch my children (i have 3) engaged in something and just appreciate who they are as they are. As much as I want to insert myself in the moment I’m enjoying, I know that if I do, it will alter the moment and then I can no longer savor it for what it is. It’s a weird dichotomy that is both poignant and mildly painful. Perhaps that idea is only fully understood when one becomes a parent. I certainly never felt it before then.” - Eaddy Mays

This bitch lived in a town of werewolves, kanimas, druids, who knows the fucking boogie man and was still the scariest person in the damn place