The Originals season 5, Episode 6: What to expect from the series 'What, Will, I, Have, Left'

Spoilers ahead: A 20-second long teaser shows a very mad Klaus asking where his daughter is and Elijah coming back to New Orleans to kill Klaus


                            The Originals season 5, Episode 6: What to expect from the series 'What, Will, I, Have, Left'

Warning: Spoilers ahead

If you've caught on to the 'Originals' you know that things are getting really intense. The fifth season for the CW vampire drama has reached its fifth episode that ended on a shocker — who knew that Antoinette, Roman 'the boy who sweats diamonds' and Greta are all in the right place at the right time to get the Mikaelsons?

Honestly, ever since Antoinette (Jaime Murray) stepped into the season at that dark alley as Elijah hears the whispers, I've been suspicious. But the placement of the entire family as episode 5 'Don't It Just Break Your Heart' takes a bow just proves everything all of us who love Elijah (Daniel Gillies) feared. Indeed, Elijah and Niklaus (Joseph Morgan) have no one but their own family.  

Episode 6 will air on Wednesday, May 30. Called 'What, Will, I, Have, Left', the synopsis reads, "After learning how she can get Hayley (played by Phoebe Tonkin) back, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) sets off on a dangerous mission to end the mess she started. Klaus (Joseph Morgan) turns to Caroline (guest star Candice King) for help when he discovers Hope’s plan. Vincent (Yusuf Gatewood) and Freya (Riley Voelkel) clash over whether to let Declan (guest star Torrance Coombs) in on New Orleans’s supernatural secrets. Daniel Gillies also stars."

A 20-second-long teaser has also been released. It starts with Klaus looking like he is dangerously close to exploding, asking, "What do you mean Hope’s missing?" She escapes with the sweet talker Roman in the last episode. As Caroline tells him that she's left with Roman, he loses his mind and makes one of those Klaus type vows, "I’m going to kill him!"



There's also a Kalus and Elijah faceoff. A voiceover says, "The only one strong enough to stop Klaus is…" Yes, an Original. And Elijah answers the question. As the teaser starts to build towards a climax, Elijah is seen throwing what looks like a sharp piece of freshly broken part of a tree at Klaus, who managed to dodge it just in time looking surprised.

There's also the familiar pain in his eyes — his most beloved brother had now turned against him and was out for his blood. But there's still hope (pun intended) that the two will get back together and settle their differences for the sake of the family's safety.

This trailer shows a flashback to 1930s Nazi Germany. But then again August Muller (Jamie Thomas King), the artist that Klaus killed and whose entire family is thirsty for revenge, is also shown to be a big fan of the regime. He also believed that different species were to be killed, slaughtering any werewolves he could hunt down.