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The Originals Episode 2.06 Review — Days of Our Vampires

The Originals Episode 2.06 Review -- Days of Our Vampires

The Originals Episode 2.06 Review Written by Michael Russo & Michael Narducci Original airdate 11/10/2014. Imagine, if you will, a show with faked deaths, stolen babies, fertility issues, questionable paternity and more resurrections and recasts than you can shake a stick at (where did that saying come from? Why do people shake sticks at things? I digress…). You might be thinking of a daytime soap opera. But, add vampires and […]

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The Originals Episode 2.05 Review — Chain of Fools

The Originals Episode 2.05 Review -- Chain of Fools

The Originals Episode 2.05 Review “Red Door” Written by Declan de Barra & Diane Ademu-John Original airdate, November, 4th. 2014. I’m not one for conspiracy theories (although I do think there’s something to that whole New Coke thing), but I have to wonder if my cable company is Team Cami. At exactly 8:01 the CW blinked out. Poof. Gone. No Originals for you, missy. Were they sending me a message […]

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The Originals Episode 2.04 Review – When Good Episodes Go Bad

The Originals Episode 2.04  Review - When Good Episodes Go Bad

The Originals Episode 2.04 Review “Live and Let Die” Written by Ashley Lyle & Bart Nickerson. Original Airdate, October 27, 2014 – CW The Original I warned the folks on the forums that there’s a very good chance this will be the last even remotely coherent review I do until December. I’ve signed up for that brain-busting, crazy-making experience otherwise known as NaNoWriMo. For the uninitiated, it’s a challenge to […]

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The Originals Episode 2.03 Review – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?

The Originals Episode 2.03 Review - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

The Originals Episode 2.03 Review – Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? Written by Written by Christopher Hollier October Original Air date, 10/20/2014. There comes a time when every mother who is struggling with her children must take a step back and reassess her parenting techniques. Tonight we saw Esther do just that. In the interest of healing her family, she has abandoned her original method of dealing with her little […]

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The Originals Episode 2.02 Review — Back from the Dead

The Originals Episode 2.02 Review -- Back from the Dead

The Originals Review Episode 2.02 Review — “Alive & Kicking” Written by Michelle Paradise & Michael Narducci October 12th,2014 I’m sure we’ve all been there, right? You find out your witch of a mom had an affair with a werewolf and your psycho dad isn’t really your dad. Then, he goes postal and you and your siblings wind up being turned into the world’s first vampires. For a thousand years […]

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The Originals Review Episode 2.01 — Hopeless

The Originals Review Episode 2.01 -- Hopeless

The Originals Review Episode 2.01 — Hopeless Written by Michelle Paradise & Michael Narducci October 6th,2014     A word of advice to anyone who might try their hand at this reviewing business in the future…don’t try to write while also catching up on Dancing with the Stars’ most memorable year (a.k.a. Weep-Fest 2014). From the loss of Janel’s beloved mentor to Bethany’s bullying and Lea’s beautiful tribute to her […]

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The Originals Episode 1.22 Review — Abandon All Hope

The Originals Episode 1.22 Review -- Abandon All Hope

The Originals Episode 1.22 Review “From A Cradle To A Grave”   I think we all knew this one wasn’t going to have a happy ending, right? When you’ve got a city full of enemies and a vulnerable baby, they’re going to stop at nothing to hurt you by hurting her. After all, the hour made it clear the only thing that can cripple Klaus worse than having his heart […]

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The Originals Episode 1.21 Review — Casualties of War

The Originals Episode 1.21 Review -- Casualties of War

The Originals Episode 1.21 “The Battle Of New Orleans” Review CW – May, 6th. 2014. If the early episodes of The Originals felt like a chess game with pieces continuously moving around on the board, tonight a new player came and knocked the board over, scattering those pieces like dandelion seeds in the wind. The penultimate episode twisted and turned and, despite a questionable plot device that had some on […]

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