Klaus Mikaelson: You rant and rave about the monster I have become, but you, mother, you are the author of everything I am.
Jackson Kenner: Klaus, if you want to fight me, come on.
Klaus Mikaelson: You mistake my intentions. I haven't come here to fight you. Not at all. This is to be an execution. Tell me, how exactly would you like to die?
Elijah Mikaelson: If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results then surely my quest for your salvation ranks me as one of the maddest of men.
Rebekah Mikaelson: There's a saying in my family. Kill a demon today, face the devil tomorrow. Yet even as you dance on that demon's grave, you can't help but wonder, was that demon alone? Or do you have other, deadlier ones to fight? And though you celebrate having won the battle, have you really prepared for the war? So as we dress ourselves in the armor needed for this new fight, we must first tend to our wounds, starting with the deepest.
Klaus Mikaelson: In every moment a choice exists. We can cling to the past or embrace the inevitability of change and allow a brighter future to unfold before us. Such an uncertain future may call for even more uncertain allies. Either way, a new day is coming whether we like it or not. The question is will you control it, or will it control you?
Klaus Mikaelson: Mere hours after you lecture me about boundaries and here you are at my house in the middle of the night.
Camille O'Connell: I came through the front door, you appeared at the window like a creeper.
Klaus Mikaelson: There's no power in love! Mercy makes you weak! Family makes you weak.
Elijah Mikaelson: Family is power, Niklaus. Love, loyalty. That's power.
Elijah Mikaelson: No one hurts my family and lives. No one.
Klaus Mikaelson: There is beauty in the courage of the fragile fighter. Those that persevere, despite all they've been through, those who still believe there is good in the world, as dark things we often find we need that light the most.
Klaus Mikaelson: This family makes me want to murder people.
Elijah Mikaelson: I believe that when you love someone and that person loves you in return you're uniquely vulnerable. They have a power to hurt you that's like nothing else.