(After Ookla and his horse fall down the mountain slope when the ice bridge collapsed)
Ariel: Sit tight, Ookla. We'll get to you...someway!
Thundarr: Thundarr's way! (Jumps off and scales down a row of icicles)
Ariel: Typical barbarian. He leaps before he looks.
(While searching for the alien at the amusement park)
Thundarr: What matter of place is this?
Ariel: It's called a Tunnel of Love. It was probably very romantic...once.
Thundarr: So dark and evil a place? I think not.
(After the alien goes underground after Ookla sneezed on him)
Thundarr: Why did it retreat?
Ariel: Who knows? Maybe it's afraid of catching Ookla's cold. (Ookla puts his hands to his face in embarrassment)
Thundarr: What does it want? Why is it stealing the humans?
Ariel: Here's our answer--Note the fangs. (Points out the Count Dracula wax statue)
Thundarr: The creature is a vampire?!?
Ariel: A vampire who stores its future victims in coccoons. I think we'd better get moving.
Thundarr: The creature is banished. Let us take our leave.
(Ookla and Ariel sneeze)
Ariel: I don't think we're in any condition to travel.
This episode was set somewhere in the state of Alaska.
No wizards appear in this episode.
Post-apocalyptic Animal species: Ice Wolf.
The alien predator's chief physical attributes are that it has two legs and four arms that can spin fluid from its claws that can harden into coccoons that can encase its victims. The creature can burrow rapidly underground, likely secreting acid from its skin, which is mostly red, to make its way through as its tunnels give off steam. It also has a large mouth with fangs and its antennae can extend from its head and fire purple laser blasts either offensively or defensively.
Ariel points out to Thundarr that the alien bears the vampire qualities of Count Dracula as the reason it's capturing the villagers.