The Originals

Season 1 Episode 4

Girl in New Orleans

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 22, 2013 on The CW



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Kieran: Never forget, Marcel, that you live in this city by the grace of those that know your secret and tolerate you.
      Marcel: And this city thrives because of me and my people. Anytime you need a reminder of that, just let me know.

    • Cami: How is it that when you come up to me now, and no one else is around, I suddenly remember that you just told me you're a vampire and you're mind-controlling me; and then you leave and got back to thinking you're just some hot guy with a cute accent and money to burn on your sprawling memoir?
      Klaus: Well, that's how compulsion works, love.
      Cami: Yeah, but what's happening? Is it hypnosis, are my neurons being shut down somehow?
      Klaus: You're always the curious scholar.

    • Klaus: Over the course of my life, I've encountered no shortage of those who would presume to speak of good and evil. Such terms mean nothing. People do what is in their best interest, regardless of who gets hurt. Is it evil to take what one wants; to satisfy hunger, even if doing so will cause another suffering? What some would call evil, I believe to be an appropriate response to a harsh and unfair world.

    • Klaus: My siblings and I are the first vampires in all of history, the Originals. 300 years ago, we helped build New Orleans. Now we have returned to find the city has a new king, one who rules with the aid of a powerful girl. They have taken possession of my brother Elijah. A coven of witches want this girl for themselves; they seek to enlist my help, using my unborn child as leverage. Though I suspect they have ulterior motives. So, I've made a plan of my own: I will free my brother and reclaim the city for our family. Then I will be king.

  • Notes

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 on FEM
      Sweden: Thursday, February 6, 2014 on Kanal 11

  • Allusions

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