The Originals 2x04 Live and Let Die
I suppose first and foremost I must issue a correction - the fellow I've been calling Davina's boyfriend is apparently a dyed in the wool homosexual and therefore not her boyfriend.
Anyway, the guy I thought was Ds boyfriend sets up a date, but oops it's with a wolf and he's a vampire so you know Romeo and Juliette all gayed up, and the wolves declare war and they mean it. But at the end of the episode they decide to ignore all the vampire/werewolf stuff and just have a really long weekend, or something like that.
Before that the now human (witches are still human) members of the original family -- speaking of that's apparently what mommy original wants - she really doesn't want to kill her kids just their bodies and put them in new ones so they can be a big happy non-vampire family -- decided that all the potential werewolves should kill enemies and awaken their curse. And when I say enemies I mean enemies of mommy dearest and not enemies of the wolves.
Well, since the potential werewolves are mostly pre-teen or below this upsets the wolves that had previously (in this episode) declared war on vampires and so what do the wolves do? Well, Hayley in a bold effort to save everyone goes to the head wolf and makes him come to the vampires asking for help to save the children.
And so they do so, but while it would've been a nice bonus mommy didn't give two shits about the baby potential wolves it was all a trap to get her hands on Elijah. And I mean really I can understand I'd like to get my hands on him too, but I don't care if he's human or not.
Anyway, this episode was pretty good all over - Kol (one of the originals) is playing at being Ds boyfriend so when she's overwhelmed mentally by original daddy (who's still in his original body and also still a vampire just so you know) she calls him for help. He comes but doesn't seem to care about daddy (nor does daddy seem to know this is his son) he just wants to get his hands on the stake for mommy.
And Klaus just wants to prove he's all manly man by killing his daddy - again. This leads to a moment between Cami and Klaus and while Cami bored me all last season she's actually not quite so uninteresting so for this season. So, Klaus tracks down Ds and daddy's hiding place, but Kol gets there first and D is knocked out so even though Klaus is standing without screaming for her to send daddy on out she can't hear him, and Kol because he promised (and because daddy'll kill him if he doesn't) breaks the spell keeping daddy on a leash and so daddy goes outside to grant Klaus's wish.
They fight, but again Klaus gets the better of him, but doesn't kill him -- just leaves him staked with the voodoo torture stake, which is apparently gonna bite Klaus on the ass since after Klaus stashed daddy in a trunk he wakes up and pulls the stake out -- something I suppose should be noted that Klaus couldn't do himself he had to be rescued by Elijah.
So the episode ends with Elijah all tied up before his human family and helpless leaving me thinking anything but maternal thoughts.
Basically what I'm saying is that this episode was actually really good all over.