Michael Narducci Comic-Con Interview

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Michael Narducci is an executive producer of The Originals. He talks in depth about Season 2 here.
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Great interview :) ! Can't wait to meet this new character Kaleb. He sounds interesting, in addition to being gorgeous (sorry I had to make a shallow comment here!). Love myself a good trouble maker that stirs the pot a little bit! And apparently he's here to stay? That's great news. I wonder what his agenda is and how he'll fit into the story!
Also, I can't wait to see how the Hayley vs Francesca thing will play out. Those two have unfinished business and I'm looking forward to an epic battle between the two of them!

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They say the passage of time will heal all wounds, but the greater the loss, the deeper the cut and the more difficult the process to become whole again. The pain may fade, but scars serve as a reminder of our suffering and make the bearer all the more resolved never to be wounded again. So as time moves along we get lost in distractions, act out in frustration, react with aggression, give in to anger, and all the while we plot and plan as we wait to grow stronger, and before we know it, the time passes. We are healed. Ready to begin anew.

Klaus

There's a saying in my family. Kill a demon today, face the devil tomorrow. Yet even as you dance on that demon's grave, you can't help but wonder, was that demon alone? Or do you have other, deadlier ones to fight? And though you celebrate having won the battle, have you really prepared for the war? So as we dress ourselves in teh armor needed for this new fight, we must first tend to our wounds, starting with the deepest.

Rebekah

The Originals Music

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Song Too Late M83 iTunes
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