Alaric laughed and nodded. "Well, playing nice usually has it's benefits in the end." He told her with a smirk. He nodded, beginning to open a box full of old and different boxes. He started on a new shelf, stashing away different spell books. In one box it was marked GRIMORIES. Alaric shook his head. "Oh, no you wasn't. I was just finishing up grading some papers for Monday." He said with a sigh. He nodded. "Elena is good people, and her friends are too. They're not bad at all." He said, finishing one box of books. "I'll let you handle those." He said, pointing his thumb at the box with their Grimories in it. "I've always been testy about those things." He said, faking a shiver running through his body.
He laughed when she referred to him as Mr. Saltzman. He turned towards her, crossing his arms and leaning against the wall. "Well. The festival is next Saturday, I have a booth I am running, but it seems my assistant can't make it. I'm in dire need of one." He said with a grin. "That's next weekend, though. Tonight, I would love to cook you dinner at my place." He said, keeping his gaze on her.
Andie looked up at the box. "Just put it in the kitchen, its only pans and pots and stuff." She said, pointing back at the kitchen. She was finishing the last box for the living room before looking up at Klaus. Sighing, Andie crossed her arms. "You just don't give up, do you?" She asked him, pressing her lips together. "Well, I am hungry. I guess Eris is going out with Alaric, so you can buy me dinner. Then we'll be halfway there." She said, kicking the empty brown box aside. She rolled her eyes. "I actually can't believe that. No one ever wants to exist peacefully. People have a thrill and urge for danger." She said. "It's a fact in my book." She added on.