Unpacking Damon Salvatore’s 10 Best Pop Culture References in The Vampire Diaries


There are many references to pop culture in The Vampire Diaries, and it’s a fantastic way to make the series more relatable to fans. This list of pop-culture references is a great resource for fans of the Twilight series and Dracula.


The Vampire Diaries, a comedy that is full of pop culture references and is a lot of fun. Most famously, Elena and Damon attend Whitmore College to learn how to feed. Elena is shocked to hear Damon’s humorous quote while they are there. This is the first time Damon makes a pop culture reference during The Vampire Diaries, and it’s the perfect illustration of his humorous sense of humor.

The Vampire Diaries is one of The CW Network’s most beloved shows that has been on the air for years. It’s currently in the third season and will be renewed for a 4th season September 2012. It is a mixture of young adult romance as well as horror that incorporates supernatural and teens in the mix. This drama shows the benefits to duplicate genres.

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If you’re a fan of The Vampire Diaries, you might want to know about the pop-culture examples. The first season of the show in the first season, he went into Elena as well as Stefan’s bedroom, and said, “I’ll throw a dollar for something different!” The actor was able defuse the tension by making a clever joke, but the joke didn’t appear to anger his brother or Elena while they lay in bed. He then asked the girls to not be sexy as they looked at each other. Damon Salvatore will be a integral part of our lives for the rest of time.

The show also features Deepak Chopra who is an Indian alternative medicine practitioner and Count Dracula. Although the show mocks the popular culture of the day, Salvatore manages to humanize the vampires and make them more relatable.


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