Despite his protestations that isolation curbs his blood lust Hal is persuaded by Annie and Tom to work in the cafe with Tom,where they meet a weird Goth girl Michaela. After a ... See full summary »

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Despite his protestations that isolation curbs his blood lust Hal is persuaded by Annie and Tom to work in the cafe with Tom,where they meet a weird Goth girl Michaela. After a confrontation with Fergus Annie seeks the help of Regus,who tells her that Eve's nemesis has a burnt arm and who suggests they leave town with the baby,but before they can do so vampires led by Fergus pursue Michaela,Hal and Tom from the cafe back to the house where Hal leads his house-mates in killing the vampires. Michaela is vampiricised but loves it and goes off with the 400-year old Regus. As the trio decide to stay in the house a ghost called Kirby comes back from beyond. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Hal: That's a really nice look you've got going on there.
Michaela: [Offended] Nice?
Hal: Sorry. This is one of those things where negative is positive, isn't it? Hang on. I know this one. That's really bad.
Michaela: Get you, Vanilla Ice.
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Fantastic episode
21 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well this series is the most promising yet. There were so many laughs and memorable lines we had to watch it again to hear what we had missed. Hal is wonderfully acted - the 5 min prequel showing his early days with Leo is a must on the website - and has both a troubled presence and a voice strongly reminiscent of Russell Crowe! I predict Damien Moloney will be a big star. I loved the honest, decent and, yes, dog-like virtues of Tom developing here and our dear Annie whose range of facial expressions can convey so much. Mark Williams is excellent as usual and will no doubt be popping up again but I did miss the promising "They've eaten my focus group" Cutler in this episode. The humour and originality of Annie's memory was delicious - I have always felt that there was something illogical about the Pensieve in Harry Potter and here they blast is open to hilarious effect! Well done to Fergus too - he was developing well (though Herrick is a hard act to follow)... I loved the earlier series and characters but feel no guilt in relishing this second 'incarnation' (pace Annie). Looking forward to the rest of the series.


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