The Originals made their first appearance at 2014's PaleyFest.
No matter how much he denies it, Klaus clearly misses Rebekah. All he does is stay in the compound and paint - and he has taken to sleeping with Genevieve.
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Elijah digs out the bone dagger from Klaus, then leaves him in the care of Cami because she is the only one he thinks Klaus would not immediately kill on sight.
Genevieve has Rebekah and Klaus tied up in separate parts of an abandoned hospital. Rebekah has been poisoned with werewolf venom, making her weak, unstable, and easy to torture.
If you like Joseph Morgan, you’ll love Armistice. If you don’t like Joseph Morgan, Armistice just might change your mind. Joseph plays A.J. Budd, a Royal Marine who wakes up one morning and discovers he is alone, locked in an unfamiliar house. There is absolutely no escape, no TV, no radio, no books. His only excitement is a monster that appears every morning, forcing A.J. to fight for his life. Hidden deep in a hollow spot in the wall, he discovers letters and realizes he is not the first to suffer this fate. We spoke to Joseph about carrying a film, executive producing, and we even slipped in a Vampire Diaries / The Originals question.
Papa Tunde’s death means that one of the Harvest girls can be resurrected. That girl is Monique, Sophie’s niece, who explodes out of a tomb in front of a shocked tour group.
Klaus comes back from last week’s The Vampire Diaries in a very good mood, which only makes Marcel feel even more rotten. Adding to the overall rottenness is the fact that two vampires have shown up dead in a circle of black magic symbols.
Marcel is desperately trying to mend things with Davina, but she isn’t having any of it. An earthquake hits - and Davina starts coughing up dirt.