With spectacular lines and surprise attacks, Season 2 Episode 7 of "The Originals", titled "Out of the Easy", is as good as they come. However, leaving us at the edge of our seats worried for Cami (Leah Pipes), The CW show has gone on a one-week break.
In the previous episode, we learnt that Aurora (Rebecca Breeds) is not only possessive about Klaus (Joseph Morgan), but is also as vindictive as the Mikaelsons. Lucien (Andrew less), Tristan (Oliver Ackland) and Aurora were invited for a Thanksgiving dinner at the Mikaelsons' house, and things went south pretty fast when The Originals learnt Klaus' lover from centuries back is hiding their sister Rebekah (Claire Holt) under the sea.
Klaus, who seemingly has affection for Aurora, attacks Tristan and warns her if anything were to happen to his sister, her brother will pay the price. His anger multiplies on hearing that Lucien has held Cami captive in his luxurious apartment, and instructed his trusted friend to kill her if he faces any harm at Mikaelsons' party.
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Cami, smart and quick-on-her-feet as she is, steals her guard's daylight ring and runs away, only to run into Aurora. The last we see her, she has been bitten by the bitter vampire and is transported to an unknown location in the trunk of a car.
Klaus is worried about Cami, but is slightly comforted on receiving the Medallion, which could lock The Originals away for good, from Lucien and learning that he could possibly trust him. Elijah (Daniel GIllies) is plagued by something even more serious: the realisation of the dark prophecy.
From the promo for the upcoming Season 3 Episode 8 "The Other Girl in New Orleans", it is understood that Aurora is using Cami for leverage, and Klaus is done being nice to Aurora. He traps Tristan and allows Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) to feed on Aurora's beloved brother, thereby turning him into a werewolf-vampire hybrid.