Friday, June 19, 2009

Season 2, Episode 7: 3


Mulder travels to Los Angeles, currently in the midst of wildfire season, to investigate a murder in line with a series of killings involving blood draining and smashed mirrors. He finds a blood bank night watchman drinking some of the goods and, in true vampire fashion, the suspect dies shortly after he is exposed to sunlight in confinement. Before he croaks, however, the man says two people are working with him (The Father and The Unholy Spirit) and they consume blood as a way of sustaining youth.

Mulder meets a seductive woman, Kristen Kilar, and believes she is trying to protect herself due to the presence of a blood-filled loaf of bread in her apartment. She and Mulder become romantically involved. John returns, saying he is able to do so thanks to his vampirism, and urges Kilar to kill Mulder to become like them. Instead, Kilar tells Mulder to flee. After a confrontation with the remaining vampires, Mulder is able to get away while Kilar blows up her house, killing herself and destroying the vampires.

Justina Vail, who plays The Unholy Spirit, played Dr. Olga Vukavitch on Seven Days. Perrey Reeves, who plays Kristen Kilar, also plays Mrs. Ari on Entourage.

Episode Body Count

Six murder victims: Mulder says the group leaves the same signs at their kills and have killed six people in the past year, presumably including the death in the intro.

John, The Son: burns to death after exposure to sunlight, presumably from congenital erythropoietic porphyria. Briefly UNDEAD'D, but then gets incinerated when Kilar blows up her house.

David Yung: drained by The Father.

The Unholy Spirit: staked against a peg on the garage wall after being rammed by Kilar's car and subsequently burned to death.

The Father: stabbed by Kristen and then incinerated.

Kristen Kilar: immolated after setting fire to her house to destroy the vampires.

Humans: 11
Creatures: 0
Aliens: 0

Cumulative Body Count (31/202 episodes, 0/2 movies)

Humans: 233
Creatures: 11
Aliens: 9

Grand Total: 253

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