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The Originals Season 5 Episode 2 – TV Review

The Originals Wrong Turn on Bourbon Keelin Freya kiss

We’ve come a long way. #itgetsbetter

Sure, it gets better for the gays. But what about picked-on nerdy werewolf-now-hybrid high school geeks?

Buh bye, Henry.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 15 – TV Review

The Originals An Old Friend Calls Klaus Camille

I sense a sinking ship.

Tonight, no-one (of consequence) dies.

But the two most important relationships on the show do.

Which is much worse.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 14 – TV Review

The Originals A Streetcar Named Desire Hayley Stefan crossover

Have they even met before? I honestly don’t remember.

Well, the TVD leg of the crossover was shit.

Can we rely on The Originals to do what it’s been doing all season and thoroughly embarrass its parent show?

Totally.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 13 – TV Review

The Originals Heart Shaped Box Aurora at gunpoint

She read all my notes!

Sadly, Aurora does not die this episode.

But she is thoroughly, almost cruelly, humiliated.

She really did read all my notes.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 12 – TV Review

The Originals Dead Angels Elijah phone

Boomboxes are so 1989. Phones can do everything these days.

On the good side of things, Camille and Klaus are keeping their sexual tension at fever pitch.

But sadly, this is a Strix episode.

Check out now.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 10 – TV Review

The Originals Ghost of the Mississippi Camill transition

“And I know everything. Because my compulsion has worn off now that I’m in transition.”

It looks like one of my commenters was right: Camille isn’t done yet.

Although, I think the indignity of having Aurora sire you is probably a worse fate than death.

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The Originals Season 3 Episode 8 – TV Review

The Originals The Other Girl in New Orleans Aurora bad hair

To fix the hair, one must first witness the hair.

As TVD falls, The Originals rises.

Brace yourself, people: it’s a Camille episode.

There is a God.

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