Damon arms Jeremy and they head into the Zanadew Lounge. Although the juke box is blaring, the place seems empty at first. There are beer bottles on the floor, upended bar stools and, since this is season gore, there's also an enormous blood stain. Damon and Jeremy walk through it, even as they follow it out to the kitchen, wherein they find an actual pile of freshly slain vampires. That's got to be a Board of Health violation.
Kol appears and confesses that he killed the baby vamps. Harkening back to their time in Colorado, Kol refers to Jeremy as his mate and says the three of them need to have a chat. Commercial.
Kol takes the Exposition Fairy wand. Once he's done waving it around, he raises the specter of Silas. I guess in a TVD recap, I should specify that last sentence is figurative. Anyhow, Kol says, "A few hundred years back, I came across a group that worshipped Silas. His followers told me that he would rise again, and when he did, he would trigger the end of all time. Being an immortal, you can see why I'm opposed to time's ending." Really? Don't you ever get sick of it, Kol? A thousand years is a good run. He ignores me and continues speechifying. Once upon a time, he murdered all of Silas's worshippers, and now he's got to deal with the Fellowship of the Falls, which may just raise Silas in their search for the cure.
Damon pooh-poohs all this Silas talk as just another bogeyman story. I remember when I used to feel that way about Satan Klaus, and an argument can be made that I was right. Seriously, how less scary is Klaus than he once was? I really hope the Originals series takes off, so I can have my show back. Kol tries to appeal to his old dupe/friend, Jeremy, but the Germ pretty much tells him to go shit in his hat. Kol doesn't want to kill Jeremy because then he'd have to deal with the hunter's curse. I forget: do we know if Klaus killed all of the Brotherhood of the Five, or did he have some help from his own brothers? Anyhow, when Kol threatens to rip off Jeremy's arms, Damon rushes at Kol and orders Jeremy to run. Good going, Damon. Those arms are a national treasure. I'm still left wondering why these people never try to talk to each other. Hell, why can't they even pretend to go along -- something like, "Gee Kol, you make an excellent point. Let's get some more information on this Silas character." I know. I know. It's not in the script. Once Jeremy is gone, Kol gets the upper hand on Damon, and then we cut to...