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When someone from Hayley’s past makes a startling revelation, she grows concerned for herself and the baby. Amidst growing tensions between them, Klaus and Elijah turn to Sabine for help in locating Hayley, who has gone missing. After making a trip down to the bayou, Klaus has a surprising and dangerous encounter with an unexpected visitor. Meanwhile, Davina makes a surprising connection, and Marcel makes Rebekah an enticing offer that leaves her torn.
Source: The CW
Special Guest Stars
As Tyler Lockwood (Werewolf, Former Friend Of Hayley's)
As Sabine Laurent (Witch, Tour Guide In New Orleans)
As Joshua Rosza (Newly Turned Vampire, Works For Marcel)
As Eve (Banished Werewolf In Bayou)
As Carol Lockwood (Appears In Archive Footage, Tyler Lockwood's Mom)
Ratings: 2.40 Million Viewers
Casting: Main cast members Daniella Pineda (Sophie Deveraux) and Leah Pipes (Camille O'Connell) do not appear in this episode.
Klaus: You seem quite determined to find the little wolf.
Elijah: If I'm moving too fast for you, Niklaus, you're welcome to wait in the car.
Klaus: Good evening, I'd like a word.
Marcel: What do you think you're doing?
Elijah: Well, it appears that we have interrupted a collection of filthy amateurs. We've come for the girl, give her to us, or we kill everyone here. Starting with you.
Marcel: You two have a lot of nerve coming in to my home and making demands.
Elijah: In the thousand years that we have been together, my brother has committed numerous unspeakable acts. But then again, so has Rebekah...so have I.
Hayley: So did I the last time I was in Cabo.
Davina: A coven of psycho witches wants to sacrifice me in a blood ritual.
Josh: Oh, wow...okay...sorry.
Klaus: Hello, Tyler. You look well. I aim to change that.
At the beginning of the episode, Marcel stands on the balcony in front of all of his vampires and says, "Welcome to Fight Night."
This is a reference to the 1985 movie 'Fright Night' in which vampire Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon
) says "Welcome to Fright Night."