The Originals Season 1 Episode 4: "Girl in New Orleans" Quotes
It's alright, Davina. I don't mean you any harm. Though I do think it's time we had a talk.Elijah
[to Cami] I will find out what happened, and when I do, I will make sure whoever harmed your brother will suffer. And as for you, tonight, you will sleep, and you will dream of a world far better than this one. A world where there is no evil, no demons, and all people desire only to be good.Klaus
[to Klaus] What about my brother, my twin brother? We were bonded our whole lives and I know, I know he didn't just snap. And I need to know who did this and I need to make this right. Don't take this away from me.Cami
Stop fooling yourself, Marcel. She's comfort food. Something to distract you from what you really want which after all these years is impossible to deny because I'm standing right in front of you.Rebekah
Rebekah: I want Elijah back.
Marcel: Is that all you want?
[to Davina] One of the tragic consequencecs of war. Innocent bystanders.Klaus
If I had a dollar for every mess my family's gotten me into...Rebekah
Father Kieran: Never forget, Marcel, that you live in this city by the grace of those who know your secret and tolerate it.
Marcel: And this city thrives because of me and my people. Any time you need a reminder of that just let me know.
Klaus: The world is an awful place. Best to meet it on its own terms.
Cami: No, the world isn't awful. People are not awful. They want to be good. Something makes them bad. Something breaks them down, makes them snap.
Cami: I don't believe in evil as a diagnosis. I think you have unstable personal relationships, stress related paranoia, chronic anger issues, fear of abandonment. I think you could benefit from talking to someone. Professionally.
Klaus: I think I prefer to talk to you.
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