Elsewhere, Klaus-as-Alaric has gotten Jenna to agree to meet with him despite nearly every person in the Falls warning her to stay as far away from "Alaric" as she can. Since Jenna doesn't know the truth, she has no reason to think Alaric isn't Alaric -- no reason to listen to anyone. Stefan rushes to Gilbert Gables and tries to interfere, but Klaus-as-Alaric proceeds to tell Jenna all about vampires. At first she receives this information as if he's insulting her intelligence, but then Klaus-as-Alaric and Stefan get physical with each other. Stefan vamps out during the fisticuffs and orders Jenna to run while in full game face. And run she does -- but to Mossy Manse, which seems weird, since she just saw Stefan's true nature. I doubt she knows that the boys have signed it over to Elena, because until this second she didn't know about invites and safe-houses and all that jazz. At any rate, she's shaking and crying when Elena finally finds her at the Manse. Jenna recalls all the stories that Miranda (Elena's adoptive mom/Jenna's sister) told her about vampires when they were little. She's marveling that they're true. She is also hurt that she is the last person to know about vampires (it especially stings that John knows). She is pissed that Elena was trying to protect her, when it's her job to protect Elena. And most of all, she is scared. Poor Jenna. Great work by Sarah Canning here, by the way. I'm so glad her character is no longer in the dark. That, right there, my friends, was the only storyline this show can be accused of dragging, and since I like how the reveal plays out, I'm happy to have sat through it for nearly two seasons. Great job, gang.
Meanwhile, Katherine, who has been ingesting Vervain again, is pretending she's still compellable to Klaus-in-Alaric, but when he's gone, she's boozing it up and dancing like no one can see, which is a great philosophy, but kind of a dumb scene. No matter. By episode's end, she's no longer dancing. Instead, she has a front row seat as a seemingly happy and devoted Greta (daughter of the late Sr. Manwitch and sister of the late Jr.) and Klaus's other manwitch (Maddox, is it), pull Klaus's essence out of Alaric's body and return it to Klaus's body, which they've been keeping in a giant... footlocker? No. Really. After the spell, a confused Alaric looks at Katherine and understandably says, "Elena," and then falls, seemingly lifeless to the floor, but it's not May sweeps, so I don't think he's dead, at least not yet. But who cares, right now? Here's Klaus, he is back in his original Original form. Hello, Salty Goodness.