The Originals Series Finale Sneak Peek: Will Kol Help Klaus?

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It's the end of the line for the Mikaelsons on The Originals Season 5 Episode 13 which will serve as the series finale of the hit CW drama. 

The network dropped a new sneak peek of the final hour today, and it shows Kol and Rebekah bickering over what they can do to save Klaus. 

A Tale of Two Brothers - The Originals Season 5 Episode 13

Kol is mad that everyone is ready to save Klaus despite him being the one to make their lives hell since the beginning of time. 

For Rebekah, she's happy that her brother is finally making a decision that will help the rest of his family as opposed to just helping himself. 

This conversation turns into an argument and Kol tells Rebekah that she is allowed to love even though she thinks she is not allowed to. 

The End of the Line - The Originals Season 5 Episode 13

Will this argument allow Rebekah to understand that she's been putting others before herself for far too long? 

We sure hope so. 

If you watch The Originals online, you know that Klaus is at death's door after having Lizzie and Josie Saltzman siphon the Hollow's dark magic out of Hope and put it inside him. 

Elijah wanted the power inside him so that he could be the one to sacrifice himself. He's ready to die, while Klaus still needs to raise Hope. 

In addition, the youngster's mother recently killed herself to save her. 

Will Elijah get his wish?

Watch the full clip below and watch the full episode tonight at 9/8c on The CW. 

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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.