Vamped Out Season Finale Online Now
It might be confusing for you short lives to understand the aging process of a vampire so I made a little chart. It’s got short life human you and vampire me. So every five vamp years equals one short life year, roughly. So to you I appear 35 while actually I’m 172. Again there’s no difference between you and I except that I live longer and I have to drink blood to sustain life. That’s it. I mean it’s like the gays verses the straights. All the gays want is equality and the straights just can’t accept the fact that the gays are like everyone else. Except well, they blow each other… Which they have every right to.
Al is back on board with the film, unfortunately it looks like his involvement may just cost him his relationship with Marie. Marie leaves Al a Dear John letter telling him she thinks they need a break. She also tells him he’s going to have to find his own blood for now. Al‘s in big trouble now since there isn’t a drop of blood in the house.
Al decides to use one of the local blood dispensaries but can’t get past the front door. Even though the name of the great Alowisus Hewson still holds quite a bit of weight in the vampire world, no one believes Al is ‘him’. Apparently Alowisus Hewson is much taller and more hansom. After letting off steam by accusing the dispensary of cutting their human blood with cow blood, Al gives a the woman at the door a âGoodbye and f-u-c-k-y-o-u.â and heads back home.
Elliot offers to let Al drink his blood which is appreciated but no good as Elliot isn’t the right blood type. Suddenly, as if sent by providence, there is a knock at the door. In walks Jenny the Sword Swallower with a demo reel for Billy. Since Billy is nowhere to be seen Jenny wonders if she can leave it at the house. After a quick sniff Al offers to let Jenny inside the guest house. The two walk off leaving Elliot and Kenny behind…
If you want to know how season one ends you’re going to have to check out babelgum.com to find out. And stay tuned because it’s already been confirmed that Vamped Out season two is already in the works.
is a vampire junkie whose obsession has gone so far as to cause the writing of Chris’s first novel the as yet unpublished Servants of the Night. Aside from writing for Vampires.Com and Werewolves.Com Chris also showcases personal works of poetry, prose and photography on the website http://bleakestnights.com and can be found lurking around Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/CultHero.