Cami: I would appeal to your morals but those seem to be all over the map.
Finn: I'm not the one who was sleeping with one vampire while half in love with another. Your morality is a moving target. Mine is not.
Finn: You are a compassionate woman, Camille. It's your fatal flaw and it will be your downfall.
Cami: Well, that got dark fast.
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Kaleb: I think I'd be a bit testy too if my old ex was about to jump into my new ex. I think that'd be a bit eh...
Kaleb: I was going to say kinky, but that'll work.
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You know, sometimes I ask myself why I let people like Klaus into my life. I have this destructive pattern. I'm always drawn to the bad boys. Maybe deep down, I feel like that's what I deserve.
Cami: So, how would you diagnose my friend Klaus, if I may ask?
Vincent: Well, he's clearly depressive, low self-esteem, paranoia, impulse control. Wouldn't you agree?
Mikael: Let me hazard a guess. You are one of these alienists, right?
Cami: Actually, we're called therapists, and you could do with some couch time.
Mikael: He betrayed me! He turned my entire family against me! And yet you defend him!
Cami: I have desperately tried to convince him not to kill you, that the bloodshed in your family does not have to be an endless cycle, and after centuries on this earth do you really not see that all of your fighting is pointless?
Cami: I used to try to convince Klaus that there was good in everyone, that you really did care about him. He told me I was naive, that I could never fathom how deep your hatred ran.
Mikael: I didn't always hate him.
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Cami: This is crazy. The two of you going round and round trying to kill each other. You're obsessing over the death of someone who's fatal flaw is that he was fathered by another guy.
Mikael: Hush! You are an enabler of the weak. No wonder he seeks your company.
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There's more to life than the pain they made you feel. A cold beer, a slow song, a good friend. There are good things, Klaus, and you need to see that, too. There's no real peace in revenge.
[to Klaus] I understand what you're fighting against. The real question is what are you fighting for?
Oh, goodie. Papa Tunde's mystical knife of ludicrous torment! Glad that's still around.