Everyone’s been caught up in the sire storyline, but in tonight’s mid-season finale, O Come, All Ye Faithful (EP409), there’s plenty of other drama going on as well – and much of it involves Klaus. TVLine recently caught up with Joseph Morgan to talk about Klaus’s take on Caroline, Tyler, and the way everyone is trying to play him this season. But does he have mixed feelings about Tyler’s power grab?
TVLINE | Is there a part of Klaus that’s a little proud of Tyler despite the fact that he’s trying to take him down? Here’s this hybrid he created and raised, so to speak, who’s now grown up and is taking power.
That’s a really interesting question. I have not been asked that before. I think possibly, yes. I would like to think so. It’s a bold move and one that Klaus might make himself in that situation. I would like to think there is, but that doesn’t mean he’ll go any easier on Tyler when he does find out. But I like that idea very much!
And over at Zap2it, Joseph talks about how he enjoys the way his character has become increasingly complex:
“I do like it, because it’s something different,” he says. “Working with Candice [Accola] is wonderful, obviously, and I love exploring the great range that the writers have given Klaus this season. Last year, when they brought in Rebekah and the family, I was very pleased because it gave us a chance to see a new side of Klaus, to see the way he is with people he cares about, people he’s close to. This is like that in that with a love interest, it’s a whole new element to him to explore.”
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