by Dianna Berrian
There’s nothing like a quiet morning with a good book and some classical music to start your day. And that’s exactly how Klaus and Elijah are starting off. While Klaus ponders “The Poisoned Tree” (as far as I can tell), Elijah skims through his mother’s grimoire, both ignoring the bleeding carcass on the coffee table between them. It’s not so invisible to Rebekah, however, and she makes a point of questioning them to which they respond with some chumminess and brotherly wit. The body was Klaus’ peace offering to his brother for daggering him. But Elijah declines, preferring behavioral changes rather than a bribe. Well. No need to let a nice, tasty bleeding corpse go to waste.