Back at the crypt, Klaus rejects the idea that vampires can procreate. Sophie and I refer him to my sidebar above. Sophie pronounces the pregnancy one of nature's loopholes. Klaus tells Hayley to admit she's been with someone else. Hayley tells him she's been kidnapped by the witches and held up in an alligator bayou. She certainly would have 'fessed up, had someone else been the baby daddy. Sophie explains that Jane did a spell that confirmed paternity. "Because of Jane-Anne's sacrifice, the lives of this girl and her baby, are now controlled by us. If you don't help us take down Marcel, so help me, Hayley won't live long enough to see her first maternity dress." Poor Hayley is all, "Wait. What?"
Elijah stands at the ready. "Enough of this. If you want Marcel dead, he's dead. I'll do it, myself." Because Sophie has been compelled by the script, she answers, "No. We can't. Not yet. We have a clear plan that we need to follow. And there are rules." Oh whatever, witchipoo. Seriously? You have my blessed Elijah standing there saying, "Yo, I got this," and you tell him there are rules? Die in a fire. Klaus feels me on this. He tells Sophie she shouldn't dare to command and threaten him with his perceived weaknesses. He is off, like the bride's pajamas. Elijah's silky tones implore Klaus to listen, so he turns on his vamponic hearing and hears his spawn's heartbeat. For a moment, Klaus appears to be softened by reason, but then he steels himself, turns to Elijah or possibly Sophie and says, "Kill her and the baby. What do I care?"
Out on the streets, Elijah catches up to Klaus and pleads with him to accept this gift -- this chance to start over and take back everything that was taken from them. There's a bunch of Original exposition that amounts to the fact that all they've ever wanted was a family. When Klaus suggests he's ready to kill everyone instead, Elijah wonders if he really wants to return to Mystic Falls to be hated by everyone. Klaus is more interested in power than a child, but Elijah reminds him that family is power. "Love, loyalty. That's power." There's more exposition of their pitiful past. Elijah's point is that 1,000 years hence, this corruption of Klaus is barely recognizable as a brother. "This is us. The Original family. And we remain together, always and forever." That was my junior prom song. It was old even then though, just sayin'... Take time to tell me you really care, and we'll share tomorrow, together... Sigh. Elijah asks Klaus to stay here. He'll stand by Klaus, if only he saves this girl and their child. Klaus is having none of it. "No." Commercial.