This week starts with a flashback to Aurora's romance with Klaus. Klaus says that there was a bright light in Aurora which made him feel like the man he was. He is morose about the fact that he created Lucian and is a killer. It seems that in the middle of the feeding, Aurora burst in and caught Klaus with his face covered in blood. She run into a field to mourn and he leaves her a letter explaining what the little he can filled.
In the present, Aurora has written a letter to Klaus. When Klaus does get the letter, he plucks it from the dead hand of the bloody delivery girl. The letter contains a poem suggesting that Klaus find Aurora before she finds him. Elijah remarks about how eager Klaus is to find Aurora. Elijah then brings up his visions behind the red door but Klaus is adamant that he this is not time for Elijah's confessions. Klaus walks off saying that if need be, they can kill Aurora together.
Vincent and Cami are in the Quarter where it seems that city of New Orleans has decided to throw a party celebrating a serial killer while the cops are busy tying to catch a serial killer who is terrorizing the city. Vincent explains that the killer was actually witch who didn't kill people for a day because the city threw a party. Cami and Vincent discuss Lucian's involvement and Cami's desire to keep tabs on him because she is the one who convinced Klaus not to kill him.
Klaus and Elijah are in the Quarter looking for Aurora. Yes, another blasted flashback and this time, Klaus is in bed with her. Aurora tells Klaus that he doesn't have to treat her gently and asks him to turn her, saying that then they wouldn't have to hide their love. Klaus tells Aurora that she doesn't know what she is asking and adds that she is perfect the way she is. Klaus asks her how it is that her hair smells like a summer's day. In the present, Klaus holds a bottle of perfume. When Elijah turns around, he finds that Klaus is gone.
Klaus enters a perfume store and finds Aurora waiting for him. Aurora greats Klaus by calling him her sweet love.
Davina thanks Jackson and Hayley for coming to see her and they point out that they have no choice because they are pretty much her slaves. Jackson asks what Davina wants and Davina says that this is her first public event as regent and is worried that it won't go so well since Van Nguyen blames her for murdering his mother. Umm yeah you think? It seems that Davina wants Hayley and Jackson to be her bodyguards and points out that if she dies, the candle goes out as well. Jackson tells Hayley to stick with Davina while he checks out the crowd.
Aurora says that it doesn't feel like a thousand years since she and Klaus were together. Aurora snarks about Klaus arriving alone and Klaus says that Elijah has been texting him constantly about an ancient secret. Klaus believes that the secret is that Aurora and Elijah slept together but she denies it. Flashback and this time Aurora is crying, saying that her mother died giving birth to her and that it makes her cursed and broken. Klaus says that there's a thing that he is done which he can never tell anyone because it would destroy his family. Klaus admits that he killed his mother in a fit of rage because she crippled him from becoming who he was meant to be. Klaus reveals that he blamed it on his father and that they have been running ever since. Klaus tells Aurora that she is not as broken as him. Aurora however is not repelled and says that this revelation means that they are the same. Klaus vows to give Aurora anything and so she asks once again to be like him. Well these two are well matched. Could they be anymore melodramatic?
In the present, Aurora claims that she is here to protect her sire and surprise, surprise, her sire is Rebekah.
Elijah sits down with Tristan at a restaurant to discuss the threats facing the Mikaelsons. Elijah hands over Aurora's note. Tristan says that Aurora is in one of her dark periods. Elijah however wants to know where Aurora is because she cultivates misfortune. Tristan denies that Aurora is in New Orleans because Aurora has not made contact with him. Elijah walks away telling Tristan that he shouldn't be so sure about that.
Lucian is still walking through the Quarter with Cami and Vincent hot on his heels. Vincent says that everyone likes a charismatic killer and that he doesn't practice magic anymore because he was drawn to Eva's darkness. Lucian suddenly disappears and when Vincent scans the crowd, Lucian's takes the opportunity to snatch Cami. Lucian questions why Cami is haunting him and says that what is between them needs to end, as he strokes Cami's face. Cami is quick to threaten Lucian with Klaus but Lucian makes it clear that Cami has no idea what he is capable of. Lucian makes a quick exit after warning Cami that she is about to find out. When Cami walks around the corner, she finds another victim.
Klaus makes it clear to Aurora that she didn't have to come to New Orleans to protect Rebekah because Rebekah has moved on. Aurora yells that her fate is bound to Rebekah's. Flashback time and this time, Rebekah comes across Aurora who has slit her wrists and gives her some of her blood. Rebekah calls Aurora stupid and questions why she would do this to herself. Aurora apparently tried to commit suicide because Tristan forbade her from seeing Klaus. Aurora says that her mind haunts her and points out that Mikaelsons are never wounded. Rebekah says that they have their own torments. Rebekah is angry and yells that they are cursed. Aurora asks Rebekah to leave, saying that she wants to sleep and that the Mikaelson curse is nothing in comparison to hers. The moment Rebekah leaves, Aurora stands and makes her way slowly to the window. Aurora then jumps out of the window and plummets to her death.