'The Originals' Season 1 Episode 14 'Long Way Back From Hell' Recap/ Spoilers: It’s A Personal War, Klaus Mikaelson vs. Siblings Rebekah and Elijah

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By Jenalyn Villamarin | February 28, 2014 11:07 AM EST

"The Originals" returned from a two-week break with the intense Episode 14 titled "Long Way Back From Hell." The Mikaelson siblings have always been there for each other despite all of the arguing but things are about to change with the exposure of Rebekah's (Claire Holt) secret.  

Spoiler alert: This feature contains major spoilers on "The Originals" Episode 14 titled "Long Way Back From Hell." Rebekah (Claire Holt) wakes up in the abandoned sanatorium having hallucinations about her past life, thanks to the resurrected witch Genevieve (Elyse Levesque).

Elijah (Daniel Gillies) looks for his missing siblings and the person he approached is Monique Deveraux (Yasmine Al Bustami) who was burying Sophie (Daniella Pineda), the aunt that she murdered in Episode 13 "Crescent City." However, Monique only printed words on Elijah's body as the message that Celeste wanted to convey to him.

Back at the sanatorium where Klaus (Joseph Morgan) is also locked up, Genevieve reminded Rebekah in a torturing way about their friendship. The scenes flashed back to New Orleans in 1919 to show how the two girls got to know each other.  

Elijah (Daniel Gillies) meets up with Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) to get an update on their search for Klaus and Rebekah. He showed Marcel and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) the words on his body which turned out to be names.

Elijah thinks the names printed are Celeste's way of taunting him about saving Hayley instead of his siblings and clues to find where the witches locked up Rebekah and Klaus. In a phone conversation, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) apologized to Elijah because he is currently in a predicament after saving her life.

Klaus finally meets Genevieve and recognized her as one of the witches resurrected. Genevieve revealed that she is only there to help Klaus see Rebekah's betrayal for she is a victim herself.

A flashback scene showed Marcel and Rebekah discuss about their plan of asking the witch Genevieve to do a spell that will allow them to be together forever. Klaus seemed unaffected since he already knew about his sister's relationship with Marcel but Genevieve insisted that it is just a part of the story that she wants to show him.

Rebekah's hallucinations continue and she questioned Genevieve why she is making her relive the past even if they already both know the ending. "You and I both know, but I thought your brother might like   to hear our story. So I linked your mind to his. You're gonna show him everything," Genevieve taunted and Rebekah immediately freaked out after figuring out what the witch means.

Klaus finally found out that it was Rebekah who summoned their father, Mikael (Sebastian Roché), through Genevieve's spell. The Original hybrid got really angry with Rebekah's betrayal so seeking revenge was an obvious reaction.

Genevieve then handed over to Klaus Papa Tunde's (Owiso Odera) knife to kill Rebekah. The conflict between Klaus and Rebekah escalated when Elijah showed up at the sanatorium after figuring out Celeste's clues and stabbed Klaus with the knife.  

Can Rebekah and Elijah survive the wrath of their hybrid brother? The Klaus vs. Rebekah/Elijah story continues in "The Originals" Episode 15 titled "Le Grand Guignol" that is scheduled to air on Tuesday night, March 4, at 8 pm ET on the CW Network.

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