Season 3 Episode 6

Real Estate

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 26, 2012 on Syfy



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Audrey: (about the Teagues) Do you think we could ever drink enough to believe anything those two say?
      Duke: We can try.

    • Nathan: Let me get this straight. Her boyfriend slammed the door with his mind. Some kind of telekinetic anger Trouble?
      Audrey: Or just irrational young love.
      Nathan: That's even more dangerous.

    • Tommy: Ghosts. Anything else you people want to let me in on that goes on around here, huh? Mermen? Aliens? Dracula?
      Duke: We're not sure about Dracula.

    • Dave: I told you so. It's too strong.
      Vince: Oh, I forget you were an expert on evil architecture.

  • Notes

    • Music: Reunited (Peaches & Herb), Monster Stroll (Jocko Marcellino)

    • Injoke: There are several references to Stephen King's Salem's Lot. The Holloway House is named after Daniel Holloway, a character in the novel. The house is on Marsten Road: in the novel, the Marsten House is the haunted house where the vampire makes its primary lair. Holloway's first name is Roland, and the gunslinger Roland of the Dark Towers series later meets a survivor of Salem's Lot. Dracula himself gets a name check later, and King based his work directly upon the 1897 novel.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: November 2, 2012 on Showcase
      Latin America: November 5, 2012 on Syfy LA
      UK: November 6, 2012 on SyFy

  • Allusions

    • Claire: I'm a vampire slayer.
      Along with her cheerleading uniform, referencing the movie and later TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003), starring Sarah Michelle Geller as a young, blonde, superpowered woman who uses martial arts to fight vampires and other supernatural creatures.

    • Tommy: Dracula?
      Referencing the best known literary and movie vampire of all time, created by Bram Stoker in 1897 in the seminal novel Dracula. Dracula, the former Vlad the Impaler, becomes a creature of the night which feeds on blood. Stoker is widely considered to have defined the "modern" vampire, and the novel has been adapted into movies, TV shows, stage plays, and novels.

    • Tommy: What is that, Jack Sparrow?
      Referencing the main character of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies since 2003, played by Johnny Depp. An anti-hero for much of the series, Jack eventually becomes a reluctant hero but can usually be counted on to do the wrong thing for the right reasons.