As you may recall, much of Hayley's family suffers from a reverse-werewolf curse. That is, the only time they're human is on the night of the full moon. Since Hayley doesn't transform while pregnant (yes, we finally got an answer to that question!), she figures it would be the perfect time to invite the clan over to the plantation for a party. They all come over and dance and drink and have a good time in their temporarily bipedal form. Even though Hayley should be asking these people about her origins, she ends up spending most of her time with a hot dude named Jackson. It turns out he's from another family, similarly cursed, and that he and Hayley were betrothed to each other as children.
Elijah has figured out that Sabine is actually Celeste, his dead witch girlfriend of long, long ago. She gives him a magical kiss – literally magical – that incapacitates him just long enough for her witchy cohorts to attack his loved ones. He'll recover, but with only enough time left to save one person. Who will it be? Cami is recruited to stab Klaus with Papa Tunde's knife, but it's Sophie who ends up doing it. Then there's Rebekah, who gets bitten and then abducted by a bunch of wolves in the woods. Finally, there's Hayley, whose party has gone up in flames. Naturally, Elijah chooses to save Hayley. Maybe he loves her, or maybe he just knows she's the only one who's not immortal and therefore in the most danger. He vows to kill all the witches, and looks delightfully scary as he does so.
But wait. Let's back up just a bit. Bastiana puts a hex on Father Kieran and recruits Cami to kill Klaus in exchange for the cure. Instead, she gives the knife to Klaus and asks him to help Kieran. He compels Kieran not to give in to the hex, but it doesn't seem to work, and the priest begins to lose his mind. Meanwhile, Sophie's niece Monique has risen from the grave. Realizing that she came to life just as Papa Tunde died, Marcel thinks that Davina could rise, too, if the other witches die. He asks Sophie to do a locator spell, but Klaus loses patience and kidnaps Monique. He threatens to kill her if the witches don't back down, and that's when Sophie stabs him. Sophie then tries to get Monique out of town and away from all this mayhem, but her niece turns on her. Monique makes her hemorrhage from every visible orifice and leaves her to die in the street while she traipses off with the witches. No good deed, eh, Sophie? Stay tuned for the full weecap.
Monique, one of the four young witches killed for the Harvest, comes back to life inside her own tomb. Her voice dry and weak, she calls for help.
St. Anne's. The church is having its first service since reopening. Marcel and Klaus sit in the packed pews, some distance away from Cami. "St. Anne's can once again be the heart of our community," Father Kieran says. Marcel catches a glimpse of the redhead flapper witch who rose at the same time as Papa Tunde, but isn't sure of what he's seeing. Bastiana watches from the shadows with a sly smile.
Celeste – formerly known as Sabine – leads a tour group through the cemetery. It's nice that she's still doing her job every day even though she's a super-powerful evil witch. You don't find that kind of work ethic much these days. Monique suddenly spills out of her tomb and lands on the ground in front of the tourists. They seem only very slightly startled by this turn of events. I would have been like Sherman Hemsley meeting Dracula. "Welcome back to the land of the living," Celeste says.
Sophie comes running as soon as she hears the news. "It's a miracle," Celeste says. Sophie hugs her niece, who seems maybe like she's not quite "all there."
After the sermon, Klaus and Marcel approach Kieran. They want him to check with his human resources to find out about Papa Tunde, but he wants to stay out of the whole mess. Cami interrupts to congratulate her uncle and greet Marcel, while pointedly ignoring Klaus. Klaus doesn't have long to lick his wounds before Diego calls with dire news. "Either our witch problems are over, or they're just getting started." It appears that Papa Tunde's corpse has been left in the compound's courtyard, placed within one of those magic symbols. While Marcel and Klaus rush off to investigate, Kieran continues greeting his parishioners as they file out of the church. "Thank you and God be with you," he says absently. He realizes too late that he's shaking hands with Bastiana. She chants something and holds a string of beads to his palm. "Give my regards to your nephew Sean when you see him in hell!" A black cross appears on Kieran's hand.
Elijah joins Marcel and Klaus at the compound. Marcel: "Back in the day, when the witches wanted to send a threat they'd just kill a chicken and leave it on your doorstep." Elijah, looking over Tunde's corpse: "That's a rather large and ominous chicken." Hee! Rebekah shows up to tell them about Monique coming back to life in front of all those tourists. "This is how we're gonna get Davina back," Marcel says. "We kill the witch who took her place." Hayley, waiting for her cue, appears with those sketches of Celeste. "I have a theory about who one of them could be." Good job putting the pieces together, Hayley! You're apparently smarter than your limited facial expressions would suggest.