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Check out the episode stills for Episode 2.16 “Save My Soul”. The episode airs March 16th. You can read the synopsis for this episode HERE.



The CW has released the synopsis for episode 2.16 titled “Save My Soul”. The episode airs March 16th. SPOILER ALERT! View the rest of the episode stills HERE.

FLASHBACKS TO FREYA’S CHILDHOOD — Suspicious of where her true loyalties lie, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) invites Freya (guest star Riley Voelkel) to the compound in order to gain more insight into her past with Dahlia.  After a series of strange visions, Rebekah (guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers) begins to realize the body she’s inhabiting is attempting to regain control.  With Rebekah’s life on the line, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) puts his bargaining skills to the test when he turns to Vincent (Yusuf Gatewood), who may have some knowledge that could help them. Lastly, at the bayou, Jackson’s (guest star Nathan Parsons) frustrations grow after Aiden (guest star Colin Woodell) questions his leadership skills.  Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin and Leah Pipes also star.  Kellie Cyrus directed the episode written by Michael Russo (#216).  Original airdate 3/16/2015.


I don’t know about the rest of you, but here in East Tennessee, we’ve been dealing with Icepocalypse followed by snow, and now sub-zero temperatures. I am so ready for Spring.

So, let’s get our recap on, and see if we can’t warm up with some Haylijah tension, a Hayson wedding, and goodness what all with a dying Koleb!

The episode starts with NewBekah introducing herself to Klaus, Freya revealing herself to NewBekah back at the Crazy Witch House (by the way, do you think the rest of the crazy witches got out, too?), Mary presiding over the ritual to make Jackson the Alpha of many more packs than just the one in the Bayou, and the vampire attack that happened somewhere in the middle. Afterward comes Hayley’s prediction that attacks like this (from Finn) are going to become more frequent . . . so her and Jackson need to get married ASAP. We’re reminded that Finn cursed Kol to be stuck in Caleb’s body, and oh yeah, to die (a “meaningless, lonely death”) without the ability to jump into someone else. We see Klaus warning Elijah that Finn is coming, as Finn walks in. We see Finn fling Mr Awesome Scruff around the house, and the hissing pipe that inspired Elijah’s next action. We’re reminded that maybe, just maybe – no, we’re positive – there’s something quite magical about Little Baby Hope with her seeming to stall out Cami’s car as they approach the house as, inside, Elijah explodes the house. (Don’t worry, Elijah’s fine.)



The CW has released the synopsis for the March 9th episode, titled “They All Asked For You”. SPOILER ALERT! View the rest of the episode stills from this episode HERE.

UNLIKELY ALLIANCES — When a dangerous run-in with a coven of vengeful witches forces Rebekah (guest star Maisie Richardson-Sellers) to align with Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), they quickly discover that the body Rebekah is currently inhabiting has a checkered past.  Upon learning that Rebekah is in danger, Elijah (Daniel Gillies) seeks out a respected elder witch, Josephine (guest star Meg Foster), in the hopes she might offer her assistance.  Meanwhile, tensions build when Klaus (Joseph Morgan) clashes with Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) and Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons) over how best to protect baby Hope from Finn (Yusuf Gatewood).  Elsewhere, Freya (guest star Riley Voelkel), convinces Finn to bring her to Mikael (guest star Sebastian Roche), the father she hasn’t seen in over a thousand years.  Lastly, a confrontation with Freya leaves Elijah and Klaus questioning whether they can trust their long-lost sister.  Chris Grismer directed the episode written by Michelle Paradise (#215).  Original airdate 3/9/2015.

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E!Online’s Spoiler Chat has some scoop on Elijah and Klaus:

Stephanie: Can we get The Originals scoop please?

Get ready for a new dynamic between Elijah and Klaus in the wake of Hayley’s wedding! “I can’t speak enough of Joseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies and their performances coming up,” executive producer Michael Narducci says. “They are going to explore the question of what a family owes each other and what family obligations necessitate in episodes coming up. We’re beginning to see a new dynamic in the Klaus/Elijah relationship and that’s going to affect us for a long time to come. It’s going to have longstanding effects.”

Check out the song list for last night’s episode “I Love You, Goodbye”. Thanks to Chris Mollere for posting!

1. Neulore “Don’t Shy From The Light”

2. Sabor! Brass Band “Showtime” – Unavailable

3. Bahamas “Lost in the Light”

4. Billie Holiday & Teddie Wilson and His Orchestra “More Than You Know”

The CW has released the extended preview for the next episode of The Originals “They All Asked For You”. The episode will air March 9th, when the show returns from a brief hiatus.

Check out the preview for the next episode “They All Asked For You”, which will be March 9th, when The Originals returns from a brief 3 week hiatus.


Just the TITLE of this episode has me worried. Especially since, last episode, Klaus referred to himself as the Devil. I mean, I know he thinks of himself as damned but . . . the actual Devil? I don’t believe in the Devil, per se, but I don’t see Klaus as that messed up. Maybe it’s my soft spot for JoMo talking . . . who knows?!

This week’s episode begins with Elijah introducing what’s happened thus far. First up is the reminder from Aiden, Jackson, and Hayley that this Wolfy Wedding is happening in 10 days and what it means for the wolves – control over shifting, etc – and Klaus asking Hayley if Jackson is truly worth her trust with the secret that is Hope. And we see Hayley and Jackson sitting on the dock, and her beginning to tell Jackson about Hope. We’re reminded that Cami and Elijah are still in Arkansas with Baby Hope, and that Elijah is suffering some . . . after-effects, shall we say . . . of his time with Lenorsther. We see Finncent curse Kol to be stuck as Koleb and, therefore, mortal, unable to jump, and doomed to die . . . and soon it seems like. Freya reveals herself to NewBekah, and she is planning on meeting up with her brothers soon. Finncent toys with Marcel, and realizes that Hayley’s baby is still alive, because Marcel’s compelled memories of that day have gaps (shoddy compelling, Klaus!!!) which still makes a chill run up my spine.


The CW has released the producer’s preview for next week’s episode “I Love You, Goodbye”.

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