She shouts for her temperamental brother, "Come out here and tell me what you've done with our brother, you narcissistic, backstabbing wanker!" Klaus comes out of his sitting room wearing a smile, because goodness knows he's been called far worse. "I assume the six dead vampires were your doing," he says. "They were very rude," Rebekah says. A quick flashback shows her dispatching the rude fellows with a pool cue. Klaus wonders just how Marcel might punish Rebekah for her actions. The mention of his name makes Rebekah look sad and hurt. Uh-oh. She recovers quickly and gets back to the matter at hand. "Elijah doesn't welsh on deals. What did you do to him?" Klaus invites her to go looking for him. "You remember this house as well as I," he says.
Flashback to 1820, when the house belonged to a governor who helped them hide their vampiric ways in exchange for gold. Rebekah was in love with the governor's son Emile, and even Elijah had a nice lady friend to make out with. While they were all one of the governor's parties, Klaus drained two woman dry. Elijah was like, "Niklaus, there is no hope for you, is there?" He says it in a teasing way, as one would address a puppy who was found chewing on socks. Rebekah asks for permission to turn her beau Emile, but Elijah cautions her against it. "The governor hides many of our indiscretions; it would hardly do to turn his only son into one of us." When Klaus insults Rebekah's virtue, then Emile sticks up for her, so, in turn, Klaus kills him.
"Well, he wasn't good enough for you," Klaus says in the present day. Rebekah demands again to know where he's put Elijah, but Klaus flounces off to have drinks with Marcel. This leaves Rebekah and Hayley -- or Wolf Girl, as Beks likes to call her -- to search the place by themselves. They come to a basement dungeon where Klaus likes to keep the coffins in which he likes to stow his semi-dead siblings. Hayley should be freaking out at the prospect of having a child with this psycho, and wondering if a future "timeout" will involve putting Junior in a pine box for a decade or more. Also, that must be some kind of crazy engineering, keeping a basement dry in New Orleans. Alas, Elijah's coffin is nowhere to be found. Rebekah suggests Hayley find a way to escape the witches before the baby is born.
Oddly enough, Rousseau's is completely empty in the middle of the day when Sophie finds herself face to face with Rebekah. "My brother Elijah told me about you. Know who I am?" Indeed, she does! So they head to Lafayette Cemetery where they can talk in peace. Rebekah wants Sophie to cast a locator spell to find Elijah, so Sophie has to explain how Marcel won't allow them to use magic. Rebekah casually threatens to kill her, but can't because Sophie is linked to Hayley. Rebekah suggests the witches move out of New Orleans. Sophie explains that her coven practices "ancestral magic," and have no powers away from the bodies of their deceased family. Rebekah points out the foolishness of the witches' plans to use Klaus against Marcel. "Everyone knows they have a history," Rebekah says. "Klaus sired Marcel, I'm aware," Sophie says. "You don't understand," Rebekah tells her. "Klaus loved him like a son."