Are you ready for the epic craziness that is sure to be The Originals Season 1 finale? This show has gotten increasingly more amazing in its inaugural season. If it continues to follow this trend, that means the Season 1 finale will be the best and most insane yet. And, look: Leah Pipes (Cami) seems to be corroborating this theory...

“OH MY GOD our season finale is NUUUTS! Whaaaaaaat???!!!” Leah tweeted Wednesday, presumably after reading the script for the final episode of the season. We. Cannot. Wait.

For those keeping track, we are about to watch Season 1, Episode 18 (“The Big Easy”), set to air April 15, which means we still have five episodes until the season finale, aka Season 1, Episode 22. Anything could happen in that time. Death, destruction, epic showdowns. Oh wait, that’s every episode of this show.

There is one spoiler that puts Leah’s tweet in potentially terrifying context: executive producer Julie Plec said that there will be “an impressive body count” on both The Originals and The Vampire Diaries — and that some of the deaths will be a big deal. Will we be losing another major character? This season has already seen the death of Sophie Devereaux, one of the main cast members, but it’s hard to imagine losing anyone else from the core group of characters.

Taking the season finale speculation in a completely different direction, we’re hoping the season ender will bring the much-anticipated birth of the miracle baby (or devil spawn, depending on who you ask). The revelation that Hayley was pregnant with Klaus’ child was what sparked this narrative and, even if the show has (thankfully) become so much more than that storyline, we’re eager to see it play out. Hopefully, the season finale will be the game-changing moment when Klaus and Hayley’s baby is finally born.

What do you think will go down in the season finale? What do you want to see happen? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the next new episode of The Originals on Tuesday, April 15 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.

Kayti Burt is a contributing writer for Wetpaint Entertainment with a penchant for all things pop culture. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!