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|“||Liz Forbes was my friend. In her last moments, she asked me to pass along a message to her daughter, but I cut her off before she could say too much. I told her she could tell Caroline herself, but she didn't get that chance. Your mom wanted you to know how proud of you she was, and she should be. You're a beautiful, strong woman, a generous friend, and a bright light in a sea of dark. She said you were extraordinary, and you are, and so was she. Liz was a hero to this town. She was a hero to all of you. And she was a hero to me. Goodbye, Sheriff. You will be missed.||”|
Elizabeth Forbes' Funeral took place in Let Her Go.
After succumbing to her cancer the previous episode Caroline arranges the funeral pretty quickly with the help of her friends. Before the funeral Elena gives Caroline advice on awkward sympathies which are friends of circumstance, casual acquaintances, loved ones. While Damon told her earlier in the day that the worst day is when other people move on with their lives while you don't, which makes Caroline seriously consider turning off her humanity switch when it's all over. At the church it's a beautiful service and after talking to a officer Matt is inspired to be a Deputy in the near future. At Forbes House Elena confronts Caroline about pulling the humanity switch off Caroline tired of hearing hypocrisy snaps Elena's neck and runs out into the night with her humanity off. Stefan arrives at Caroline's place and finds a unconscious Elena knowing that Caroline is without her humanity.
- Elizabeth Forbes asked Damon to write her eulogy in Stay which he delivered in Let Her Go.
- This was a chance for Damon to write the eulogy that he never did at his mother's funeral.
- Caroline Forbes sings in the memory of her mother.
- During the funeral, it is revealed Liz has had been in the police service for 12 years and 4 months and that her radio number is 2-6.
♪Go in peace. Go in kindness.
Go in love. Go in faith.
Leave the day.
The day behind us.
The day is done. Go in grace.
Let us go into the dark.
Not afraid. Not alone.
Let us hope by some good pleasure.
Safely to. Arrive at home.♪