The Originals: Season 1, Episode 16

Farewell to Storyville (11 Mar. 2014)

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Since the original vampires were stuck in the cemetery, Klaus takes any changes to punish his sister with the original-killer stake. Rebekkah leaves town for good, alone in a car. The rest of the people stays, including Marcel.

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Since the original vampires were stuck in the cemetery, Klaus takes any changes to punish his sister with the original-killer stake. Rebekkah leaves town for good, alone in a car. The rest of the people stays, including Marcel.

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Rebekah Mikaelson: I know you hate me but what is done is done.
Klaus Mikaelson: What is done is never undone. It remains within ourselves, A story we tell ourselves so that we know who we are. A vicious father, a bastard son, a sister who betrayed him. Perhaps it is time for a new story.
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Excellent and heartbreaking
17 March 2014 | by (Colorado,USA) – See all my reviews

Spoilers! For me this was probably the finest episode yet, closely surpassing Le Grand Guignol. Both episodes revealed of the history of the original siblings as children and allowed the viewer to more fully understand how they became so dysfunctional. The siblings roles and motivations were cemented as children by the brutality of Mikael and its resulting family dynamic. My heart broke for Klaus who was horribly abused as a boy. This does not excuse his dreadful acts but does let us understand how he became the monster he is. Rebekah stated it clearly; they are the strongest creatures yet damaged beyond repair. I am sad to see Rebekah depart the show and hope that we will be seeing her in a guest appearance.


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