Dracula: The Series

Season 1 Episode 18

I Love Lucard

Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Feb 23, 1991 on
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Episode Summary

I Love Lucard
An old love from Lucard's past comes back into his life.

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  • Lucard is reunited with an old flame.

    The problem with this episode is that it turns our sardonic vampire lead into a romantic lead. Dracula in love - ewww. The only place most of people want to see that (especially women) is in their own imagination. And that is too strange to want to see on any scene. Villains should be sexy, dangerous, smart, wise-cracking with dignity but not in love!

    I know I found the scenes surrounding the old flame plot very hard to watch.

    Now this episode has some of Max's better lines and plot so that helps the story a lot.

    The final scene in this episode redeems Dracula a little but I can't help wish that it ended with a slightly evil grin indicating that it all was just a ruse on his part.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Even though Lucard comments in one episode, that he can't see his reflection in a mirror, you can clearly see him in the tray holding the wine glasses at the end of this episode.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Lance: You possess a lovely turn of phrase Lucard, or should I call you, Dracula.
      Lucard: All my friends do.

    • Max: (finding out his book isn't going to be published) Everyone's going to laugh at me behind my back, except for Chris. He'll laugh right in my face.

    • Max: (talking about his book deal) I-I can still live here, can't I, even when I'm rich and famous and on Arsenio.
      Gustave: Of course you can, Max.
      Max: Great! It won't, of course, be permanent or anything. Just until I get settled in my own place. Better get going on my investment plan.

    • Max: (coming through the door) I'm rich! I'm successful! (Yells louder) I'm home!
      Gustave: And I'm right here fighting another remorseless, bloodsucking, monster, the government. It's tax time.

  • NOTES (0)


    • When Max says he'll be rich and famous and on Arsenio, he is referring to The Arsenio Hall Show, which was a late night talk show that aired from 1989 to 1994.