Blood Ties (2007)
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Blood Price: Part Two 

Vicki learns the truth about Henry, and their lives get more dangerous as Norman escalates his requests.

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Kate Lam (credit only)
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Crowley
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Greg the Doorman
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Demon
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Vicki wakes up in Henry Fitzroy 's apartment where he tells her that what she saw was a demon. He also tells her that he is a vampire. He proposes that they work together in solving the case which she accepts, particularly given the lack of cooperation she's getting from her ex-colleagues on the force. Henry traces the presence of the demon to the the Hellfire Club in 1890s London but the evil committing these murders is only a minor demon paving the way for his master. The trick is to find the person who is calling the demon before the master emerges. Written by garykmcd

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Vicki Nelson: I'm busting your chops for talking about demons and I was out hunting a vampire.
[Henry chuckles]
Vicki Nelson: Yeah, I know.
Henry Fitzroy: I'm gonna let you in on a little secret. Okay?
Vicki Nelson: You believe in vampires.
Henry Fitzroy: I am a vampire.
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Thrilling First Episode
30 August 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I was a little skeptical when my friend asked me to watch the premiere for Blood Ties with her. My first thoughts were 'another vampire show'. It certainly proved me wrong. Not only does the heroine not have any sort of magic power, she is also losing her eyesight; and the vampire isn't the tragic emo i was expecting either. The villain was wonderfully done, all the actors were excellent. Christina Cox is a sassy Vicki Nelson, and Kyle Schmid realistically portrays the vampire Henry. Dylan Neal and Gina Holden are excellent in their roles as Vicki's ex-partner and lover, and her new client. The first episode was thrilling and kept me watching until the closing credits and instantly addicted me to the series. The special effects leave something to be desired but the acting, script, and plot are definitely worth it. A perfect 10/10.


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