Annie looks after a ghost mother's ghost baby for a day, making George broody and keen to move in with Sam and her brattish daughter Molly. Chief Constable Wilson fetches Mitchell to kill a paedophile but Mitchell refuses, recalling an incident from forty years earlier with Herrick when he first learnt to experience compassion (and where Herrick got the idea of being a policeman). He warns the offender to give himself up instead and later kills Wilson. Covered in the policeman's blood he arrives for a dinner date at Lucy's flat. She knows he is a vampire and has a stake, given her by Kemp, with which to kill him. Written by
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It's well established in the series that vampires cannot cross a threshold into a private building unless they have been invited in; however, when he confronts Douglas, Mitchell has clearly entered the house without anyone inviting him in. See more
I'm gonna tell you a secret, but I think you already know it. Becoming a vampire doesn't change your personality. That's just a... just a little lie we tell the newcomers to help them through their first few kills. "Oh, what's happening to me?" Munch munch. Heh. It doesn't change the personality. It liberates it. A vampire is the only truly free man. All his darkness, all his excesses, they can run amok. He wants a girl, take twenty. He wants a boy, go ahead. Just give the place a bit of a ...
References A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
Somebody to Love
Written by Jefferson Airplane
Performed by Jefferson Airplane
Played as Mitchell makes love to Josie in the past and to Lucy in the present See more