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Episode Name:She’s Come Undone
Summary:Damon and Stefan try a brutal new approach to provoke Elena into turning her humanity back on, and Caroline is frustrated when her attempt to intervene backfires. When Elena figures out a way to call the Salvatore brothers’ bluff, they call for backup from a surprising source. Matt gives Rebekah some unsolicited advice on her life choices, and she tries to help him in return. Caroline has a confusing and dangerous encounter with Klaus, and Katherine is suspicious when Bonnie makes her an offer that she promises will benefit them both.
Klaus has returned because of the tip Katherine left for him last week, and he soon discovers that Hayley is also there. It seems that their drunken one night stand has led to an unexpected consequence – Hayley is pregnant with Klaus’ child. Well done show – I didn’t think you could remind me more of Angel, but you managed it anyway. This is the element of The Originals (which has been picked up for series by The CW) that will cause most controversy with the fans, but it’s the issue around which the rest of the thematic elements are built. Elijah wants to rebuild the Mikaelson family, and a new baby would allow them to do that.
The dynamic between the two brothers was the most exciting thing about this episode, and it reminded me of a time when The Vampire Diaries was also about the broken bond between Damon and Stefan. Elijah and Klaus are a little more ‘mature’, since they’ve had endless eons to work out their differences, but it also means that they are, as individuals, more damaged. Elijah’s sensible words do eventually break through Klaus’ stubbornness, and their quiet mission-statement conversations are a real treat for fans of these characters. It makes you realise what a good idea shoving them off to a separate show really was.
And that mission statement is a war between two rulers – Marcel and his former mentor. This is bigger and grander than anything being handled in Mystic Falls, where the worst thing they have to deal with is who’s dating who, and hopefully sets us up for exciting things to come. Marcel is a fabulous baddie, possibly even more devilish than Klaus, and allows Klaus to be the sympathetic hero despite all the things he’s previously done. I naively thought that they’d have to change him fundamentally for this to happen, but it turns out that good writing trumps all. His journey will be an emotional one, with the promise of a family at the end.