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The CW has released a preview clip for next week’s episode of The Originals “Live and Let Die”. Mikael teaches Davina a lesson or two…

The CW has released the synopsis for episode 2.06 titled “Wheel Inside the Wheel”. SPOILER ALERT!!

A FAMILY BUILT ON SECRETS AND LIES — Fed up with her antics, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) becomes agitated and demands that Esther (guest star Sonja Sohn) release Elijah (Daniel Gillies), whom she has captured.  However, Esther reveals a few dark secrets from Klaus’ past in an attempt to make him an offer he can’t refuse.  Meanwhile, Oliver (guest star Chase Coleman) ends up in a dangerous situation, prompting Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) to reconnect with Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons), who has been living a new life out in the bayou.  Elsewhere, Cami (Leah Pipes), who still believes baby Hope’s death was her fault, teams up with Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) and Gia (guest star Nishi Munshi) after she becomes suspicious of her faculty advisor Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood).  Lastly, in a surprising turn of events, Klaus comes face-to-face with a visitor from his past.  Matt Hastings directed the episode written by Michael Russo & Michael Narducci (#606).  Original airdate:  11/10/2014.

esther-is-back-the-originalsOh my goodness . . . if you didn’t like Esther before this episode, you certainly won’t AFTER.  Geez.  That woman has issues.  And yet, as a mother, I completely understand some of the things she’s done in the name of protecting her children.  But at the same time, woman kinda lost it when Henrik was killed by wolves.  She needed some serious help back then, but instead she made the rest of her children immortal – and screwed with all their heads a great deal in the process.

Anyway . . . This episode is officially titled “Every Mother’s Son,” but it could very well be called “That One Time When Finn Grew a Backbone.”  (You’ll understand, trust me.)

The episode starts with a recap of a bit of last season, and a bit of last week, as usual.  This week its Klaus’s voice narrating – I could listen to him read the danged phone book – and he takes us back (again) to Elijah railing on him that the choices he’s made are what’s got him where he is.  Marcel proposes that he and Elijah work together (read:  Elijah takes over) to bring Gia into her new life as a vampire.  We’re reminded that Oliver has pledged his loyalty to Cassther, but is reporting back to Hayley what she’s up to, and that Gia played the violin as a human.  Klaus tells us (again) that he doesn’t think The Original Mother can be stopped by something as simple as death, and we’re reminded that Cassther has brought Finn (as Vincent) and Kol (as Caleb) back with her, and she’s up to something.

2.3.1While some creepy musicbox music plays, Cassther appears to be putting together a feast for a small army.  And then we see Hayley picking through the very same layout in the compound.  Hayley jokes with Klaus that he’s compelled a chef away from a local restaurant, and he agrees he’s done it before but not this time.  Hayley muses that perhaps Elijah arranged this.  Elijah comes down the stairs, and admits he had nothing to do with it either!  Dun dun dun.  Who sent this lovely lay out of food?  The silver platter cover starts to move, the three of them look concerned (Hayley jumps), and Klaus pulls off the lid, exposing three rather angry Starlings (why Starlings?  You’ll find out later) and a note angrily opened by Klaus.  Someone’s inviting themselves over to dinner tonight.  “An invitation from our mother,” says Klaus, and everybody looks worried.


It’s flashback hair and more! Check out these episode stills released by The CW for The Originals Episode 2.05 “Red Door” with special guest star, Nina Dobrev at “Tatia”! Read the synopsis of this episode HERE.

Red Door


Check out the song list from last night’s episode “Every Mother’s Son”.

1. Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun “Powerline”

2. Blossom Dearie “Plus Je T’Embrasse”

3. Jon Harris “Left Handed Voodoo”

4. Banks “Beggin For Thread”

The CW has released the extended preview for next week’s episode “Live and Let Die”.

Check out the preview from next week’s episode “Live and Let Die”. What did you guys think about tonight’s episode? Sound off in the comments!

E!Online has our First Look from the upcoming flashback episode on The Originals that will tell the story of “Tatia” (played by Nina Dobrev). The episode, titled “Red Door”, will air November 3rd. You can read the synopsis HERE. Check out the sneak peek below, then head on over to E!Online to view a few more and read what Nina Dobrev spills about the episode!


We now have the producer’s preview for next week’s episode “Every Mother’s Son”. Julie Plec and Michael Narducci take us behind the scenes of the most dysfunctional family dinner ever…

Check out the latest preview clip released by The CW for The Originals Episode 2.03 “Every Mother’s Son”.

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