Vampire High

Season 1 Episode 9

The Withering

Aired Unknown Nov 10, 2001 on YTV
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Essie develops a serious health problem while experiencing the withering, a time of vampire-cellular regeneration, causing her to start aging at an increasingly alarming rate. Carl desperately tries to find a cure for her illness and discovers that the only way for Essie to live is for her to feed on fresh blood. Meanwhile, Sherry mourns the loss of her grandmother.moreless

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    David McIlwraith

    David McIlwraith

    Dr. Reginald Murdoch

    Meghan Ory

    Meghan Ory

    Sherry Woods

    Ilona Elkin

    Ilona Elkin

    Merrill Young

    Jeff Roop

    Jeff Roop

    `Drew French' Edward Vincente

    Karen Cliche

    Karen Cliche

    Essie Rachimova

    Paul Hopkins

    Paul Hopkins

    Karl Todman

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      • Malcolm (writing on his timesheet): Did extra math homework ... just for the fun of it.

      • Dr. Murdoch: As vampires, you know what it's like to feel immortal.
        Marty: Yeah, and uh, let's just say it gets a little stale after awhile.
        Dr. Murdoch: Exactly. Part of being truly human is understanding that time is a gift.

      • Karl: The withering?
        Merrill: You haven't experienced it yet.
        Karl: Well, what is it?
        Merrill: It's a period of cellular regeneration when a vampire sheds its old cells and replaces them with new ones.
        Essie: Yeah, it makes me sound like a bad science project, Merrill.

      • Marty: Don't worry Essie, women, they are like fine wine. They get better with age. W-Wait. (He smells her) Oh! I'd say you're a Bordeaux vintage hmm ... 1889.

      • Essie (talking about chess): What's the point? I always win anyway.
        Karl: That's because you cheat!
        Essie: No, it's because you suck.

      • Marty (to Essie): So tell me Essie - how does it feel like to go from the living dead to the just plain dead dead?

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