Mossy Manse: Damon demands some answers from Rose, but he does so while she's crying over Trevor. When he mocks her and tells her to use the vampyric emotion "switch" (gah, I wish I had one of those) Rose pretty much tells him he's the pot calling the kettle black, because it's patently obvious he is madly in love with Elena. At that, Damon rushes her and warns her off getting on his bad side. Rose isn't impressed. "Then show me your good side." From my seat, they all look good. Ahem. After playing eyething with me for a moment, our Evil Pixie Monster gets to his point with Rose. Since she was able to summon Elijah, she ought to know someone who might know where Klaus is. Rose doesn't think they have much chance of finding him. In Soviet Vampire Diaries, Satan Klaus summon YOU! Damon persists, so finally she agrees to drive Damon down to Richmond to meet Slater, who got her previous message to Elijah. Rose will drive her car with the blackout windows, since she doesn't have a protecto ring.
MFHS: Once Stefan hears Elena didn't feel well and ended up bagging on school, he decides to take off and see if she's all right. Caroline, remembering her promise, stops him, by admitting that she told Tyler she is a vampire. Caroline is so much more awesome as a vampire than she was as a human; I just want to smish her.
Ye Olde Tomb: Elena wants to know about the link between the Petrova bloodline and Satan Klaus breaking the curse. Per Kat, Petrova blood was used to seal the curse, and the doppelganger was created as a way to undo the curse. That makes sense on its face, but when I think about it too long, it confuses me, as do many of this week's mythology moments. I can't decide if I'm just missing something, or if I'm not buying it all because I shouldn't, so I won't waste your time with analysis. I'll just waste your time with explanations of why you aren't getting any. Um... analysis, that is. I don't know your life.
Flashback, England; 1492: Katherine arrives at the safe cottage and begs entry, but the woman who answers the door refuses, so Kat name-drops Trevor. Rose overhears this, comes to the door and compels the woman to let Kat in. Kat shows Rose the moonstone, explains it was to be used in the curse-breaking sacrifice, so she grabbed it and escaped. Rose says people do not escape from Satan Klaus, and anyone who tries to help someone do so? DIES. Kat thanks Rose for putting herself at risk, but Rose begs to differ. She shoves Kat in a room and tells her she is so not putting herself at risk. At nightfall, she going to march Katherine back to Satan Klaus and begging for mercy.