No Rest For The Wicked: Klaus Related Shocker On ‘The Vampire Diaries’ [VIDEO]

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As expected, The Vampire Diaries is full of twists and turns in the plot. When I heard that the plan was to put Klaus (Joseph Morgan) down by the end of the episode, my heart started beating really quickly. They obviously can’t kill him because it ends the show, but that doesn’t mean I want anything bad happening to one of my favorite characters.

Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) presenting the plot twist to Tyler (Michael Trevino) had to be one of the best parts of the whole episode. The last thing anyone who expect is Klaus killing all of his hybrids. He has gone through so much to create them. No one would possibly think he’d be the cause of destruction.

Read on at your own risk. There are more spoilers ahead.

Before fans of the West Coast could even tune into the episode, the scene was already up on Youtube. Today people are saying that Klaus’ speech to Stefan makes more sense than ever. He talked about how they memorialize their victims. Klaus’ best line from the speech was, “In the end we’re left infinitely and utterly alone.”

Even though no one realized it, there was some symbolism. After his army was destroyed, no one else was there for him and he was alone. The Original family was scattered, including one being in a coffin. My favorite Original, Rebekah (Claire Holt) will be returning soon! And I can’t wait!

“O Holy Night” by Cary Brothers played during the intense scene. He tweeted EP of the show, Julie Plec about his song in the scene.

Check out the scene above and let us know what you think about the bloodbath. For those who tuned in, what are your thoughts about the death that occurred afterwards? Surprised, or did you already know?