Phoebe Tonkin, Leah Marie Pipes, Daniel Gillies & Charles Michael Davis Watch 'The Originals'

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Chances are if you're a fan of "The Originals" you weren't watching it alone last night as Phoebe Tonkin, Leah Marie Pipes, Daniel Gillies and Charles Michael Davis got together to watch the latest episode.

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In Tonkin's Instagram photo above are the four stars who all appear to be enjoying "The Originals" from the comfort of a home.

Tonkin's character Hayley will now play a huge role in keeping Finn out of the loop in terms of some pretty important secrets.

She has agreed to marry Jackson (Nathan Parsons) over Elijah (Gillies) so fans might just have to settle for Jayley instead of Haylijah.

"The Originals" is a show that stressed the importance of family and the cast and crew expresses it offscreen like no other. There are always photos of cast members together and last nights was a great one for fans to see.

Marcel (Davis) almost died last night but he was able to pull himself together and save his pack of vampires as well.

As the episodes move farther along Pipes' character Cami seems to be playing a large role in helping Klaus and Elijah keep their sanity intact through it all.

After admitting to killing Tatia, Elijah was forgiven by Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and now the bond between these two brothers seem stronger than it ever has before.

It's funny how the tables have turned since "The Vampire Diaries." Now, Klaus and Elijah have assumed a role similar to that of Stefan (Paul Wesley) and Damon (Ian Somerhalder).

The two are now responsible for protecting the people of the French Quarter and their family, only thing is, they are fighting against family as well.

Fans will have to tune in next week to see what happens next on The CW's "The Originals."