The Originals Deleted Scene is a Gift for Klaroline Fans

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The Originals may be over, but the kind folks over at The CW have unveiled a deleted scene which gives fans a bigger look at the relationship between Klaus Mikaelson and Caroline Forbes. 

On the final day of filming The Originals Season 5 Episode 13 aka the series finale, a scene between the love interests was filmed on location in New Orleans. 

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In the scene, Klaus and Caroline are in the town square as the Mardi Gras celebration continues. They chat about the past, and Klaus opens up about it being the place he met Camille all those years ago. 

It's a beautiful scene, but knowing that Klaus died soon after, it loses that emotional punch. So much so that it makes sense it was cut from the final episode. 

On the final hour, Klaus made the ultimate sacrifice, opting to kill himself with the dark power from the Hollow inside of him. He died a few scenes after sharing a kiss with Caroline. 

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While the death of Klaus was polarizing to many, it did confirm to Caroline that Klaus had changed over the years. Back on The Originals Season 1 Episode 1, Klaus vowed that he did not care about Hope.

Okay, The Originals Fanatics! 

Watch the full scene below and join us in the comments with your thoughts on it!

Remember you can watch The Originals online right here via TV Fanatic. 

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The Originals
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The Originals Season 5 Episode 13: "When The Saints Go Marching In"
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The Originals Season 5 Episode 13 Quotes

Kol: You're lucky I didn't turn you into the world's blondest road kill.
Rebekah: And you're lucky I didn't crush your car like a toy you selfish prat.

Rebekah: Our brother needs us and you scamper off like a rodent?
Kol: Oh, you're one to talk. Shouldn't you be planning your next epic jilt of dear Marcel? You know, happiness is a choice you're incapable of accepting.
Rebekah: Go to hell, Kol.
Kol: No, dear sister. I am going home to the woman I love instead of wallowing in this toxic codependent nightmare we call family. You know, that man has daggered us more times than can be counted so if this is Niklaus's way of finally biting the big one, we should be celebrating.
Rebekah: What I'm celebrating is the fact that he has matured. For once in his narcissistic life he's doing something for the rest of us. If we turn our backs on him now then we are no better than the monster he's been to us.
Kol: I never said I was better. Are you all bought into always and forever? I didn't.
Rebekah: You really don't care?
Kol: I don't.