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The Originals “You Hung the Moon”

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Cami comes to Klaus with a theory, Davina takes steps to keep her position as Regent using Hayley, Elijah visits Lucien, Freya confirms the vision Klaus saw last week, and the looming war between the sire lines heats up.

As revealed last week Klaus turned Lucien and this week we find out that Elijah turned Tristan de Martel and someone turned Aurora (the girls from the end of last week’s episode). Tristan apparently wants to wipe out Klaus and his line. I am curious if Tristan wants to kill Klaus himself or if he is really after Lucien or other members of Klaus’ line and sees killing Klaus as his best shot. I can only assume he is after Klaus because killing Klaus never has been (and never will be) easy. While the enchanted dagger would stop him, only the white oak stake can kill him, unless some immensely powerful witch emerges and then they would probably have to contend with Freya.


Which leads us to the vision from last week. What on earth could be powerful enough to destroy the Mikaelsons? Freya said that one would be taken down by a friend, one by a foe, and one by family. Since the white oak stake (the last one known to exist) was destroyed last season, I don’t see there being another weapon that could kill them. As I said above, a powerful witch could conceivably kill them but I can’t imagine Freya just sitting by while that happens. She is incredibly powerful on her own, although we did see that the power of the Ancestors could thwart her when she was searching for Hayley.

The Originals -- "You Hung the Moon" -- Image Number: OG302b_0230.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Jason Dohring as Detective Will Kinney and Leah Pipes as Cami -- Photo: Quantrell Colbert/The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.
Jason Dohring as Detective Will Kinney and Leah Pipes as Cami — Photo: Quantrell Colbert/The CW

Speaking of Hayley, she is definitely not someone to trifle with and is a force to be reckoned with. She was able to fight through the magic of the witches and kill the entire gang attacking her, which cannot be an easy feat. I do wonder if the spell Davina placed on her provided with any semblance of magical protection, which would explain why she was able to fight them off.

Cami knows that Lucien is killing the people who have been found around town and that detective knows Cami knows something. He had better be wary because humans who become enmeshed in the supernatural world in New Orleans tend to have very bad endings. If he keeps poking away at everything, he is not going to like what he discovers.

I want to know what that liquid was that Lucien injected himself with. So far, Klaus’ blood has been the only antidote to a werewolf’s bite, but Lucien has another. Is it some sort of potion made using Klaus’ blood or is it something else entirely? Inquiring minds want to know.

How long is Klaus going to put up with Hayley having Hope just across the street from him? He loves that little girl and I am not sure how much longer he will put up with her being that close to him.

Davina is walking on a tightrope here. She got Hayley to kill the witch who attacked her, and the Ancestors were obviously unhappy about it. Between them and the son who swore vengeance on her, she is not going to have an easy time.

Until next week!