How many people noticed that they've been doing this Everybody-always-wants-Klaus-Dead-But-Always-Fails since the intoduction of his character? And only to always end up with their plans failing or his death would cost they dearly? Characters like Damon, Katherine and Klaus tend to draw the hatred of lot of characters, but isn't it tiring to see them keep doing this same thing with Klaus? Even Katherine and Damon get their breaks from being hated, but Klaus always ends up being the one nobody wants but they can't get rid of.
Granted, his latest action, a plan that was to kill two teenagers seems a big new low. But I would like to ask, who are those haters(Elijah, Marchel and Rebekah) to judge Klaus, he at least don't pretend he doesn't want to take advantage of her powers, while all of them might care for her, keep using her or manipulate her. Again, all this writing is designed to draw more hatred toward him so characters go back to the cycle of planning to get rid of him. We all know unless the writers are ready to kill Elena, Stefan, Damon, Caroline and Tyler, they are not going to kill Klaus, again, he's been put into the position of someone nobody wants but can't get rid of since a long time ago. So what's the point him? Other than for unknown reason showing him as someone who's strongest and weaking at same time(physically strongest weakest as nobody likes him)? Lately in TVD they more or less confirmed Damon won't change, and killing Timmothy pretty much does the same for Klaus. Basically they keep writing Klaus as someone every characters wants dead, even his own family, but he won't die. Anyone else feel this pattern is getting old or pointless?