Vampire High

Love's Labours Not Lost

Season 1, Ep 17, Aired 3/2/02
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  • Episode Description
  • When Dr. Murdoch experiences a haunting by a ghost, Merrill and Marty discover the only way to rid him of this being is by Merrill allowing the ghost to possess her and speak to Murdoch. Meanwhile, Karl helps Drew come to terms with his relationship with Sherry.

  • Cast & Crew
  • David McIlwraith

    Dr. Reginald Murdoch

  • Meghan Ory

    Sherry Woods (Episode 1-20)

  • Ilona Elkin

    Merrill Young

  • Jeff Roop

    `Drew French' Edward Vincente

  • Karen Cliche

    Essie Rachimova

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Marty (referring to the date of April 14, 1971): On that very day in Milan, Italy, a woman introduced the world's first designer pizza.

    • (Karl is giving Drew advice about Sherry) Karl: You say - "I don't expect you to forgive me." This is very important. Girls love it when guys say that. It gives 'em permission to keep being angry at you. Drew: Absolute surrender. Karl: Exactly.

    • Karl: All I understand is that love between mortals is one thing. Love between vampires and mortals is something completely different. Drew: No, it can't be that different. The feelings are the same. Karl: Right. A mortal always risks killing the one he loves.

    • Marty: You and bowling? Am I missing something? Essie: The pins stand up so straight and tall. I knock 'em down. I don't know - it speaks to me as something very deep and primal.

    • Karl: A night of bowling has minimum human contact. Actually, a lot of people believe that bowlers are another race entirely. Like golfers.

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    Allusions (1)

    • Title: Love's Labours Not Lost
      A reference to the play "Love's Labours Lost" by William Shakespeare. In the play, the King of Navarre and three of his friends decide to fast and avoid the company of women for three years, while they devote themselves to academia. Unfortunately for them, the Princess of France and three of her ladies arrive, and tempt them from their oaths.

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