Press release synopsis for The Originals 1×12 “Dance Back from the Grave” episode!
By the time “Dance Back from the Grave” airs on The Originals on January 28th, we’ll have seen “The Casket Girls” and “Apres Moi, le Deluge,” so there may be a lot of water under the French Quarter bridge! At this point everything looks rosy between Klaus and Marcel, co-rulers and at least lip-service friends. But with Rebekah in the middle, and keeping that secret, the peace probably won’t last long. It may even be history by the time this episode airs!
“Dance Back from the Grave” will be flashing back to 1919, and some of the screencaps from the “Savages” promo video are probably from this episode, so we’ve posted them below. Joseph Morgan looks so angelic and gentle when he smiles, it’s amazing to see him transform into the psychotic 1000-year hybrid who usually has a vengeful scowl on his face.
This episode should be filled with jazz, champagne, and snazzy suits with bow ties like the one on Klaus above. It will also be filled with madness, mayhem, and probably deceit based on the pictures and Rebekah’s threat to Marcel, “When you were reliving history with my brother, did you happen to revisit what came next in 1919? Or have you forgotten our little secret? I know the words that will make him hate you forever. Remember that when you’re embracing your new ‘family’.”
“Dance Back from the Grave” press release synopsis
FLASHBACKS TO 1919 – Marcel (Charles Michael Davis), still angered by recent events, refuses to help Klaus (Joseph Morgan) when a gruesome discovery is made in the Cauldron. Rebekah (Claire Holt) is on alert when she uncovers the remnants of a sacrifice down by the docks and immediately realizes that it’s the work of a dangerous warlock from their past. Meanwhile, when Elijah (Daniel Gillies) gets some information that Rebekah may be in trouble, he and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) set off to find her. At Rousseau’s, Cami (Leah Pipes) comforts Marcel, who opens up and shares some details of his past with her, but things quickly spiral out of control when an unexpected visitor shows up. Finally, a violent confrontation ensues when Klaus faces off against a powerful force with an unmatched advantage over him. Daniella Pineda also stars.
This episode was written by Michael Narducci and Michael Russo, and was directed by Rob Hardy.
Possible pictures for “Dance Back from the Grave” episode
“Dance Back from the Grave” will air on The Originals on January 28, 2014, at 8/7c, on The CW!
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