Agreed, it was an enjoyable episode. I would liked to have seen it written a little more campy, just my opinion. You always know CSILV is going to have a freaky twist at the very end. I believe the English vampire and the werewolf dude would have been tried on aiding and abetting a felony, they wouldn't need to roll the girl to put these morons in prison. Maybe Jim will do that when he gets back from vacation. I don't know anything about these creepy people who impersonate vampires. But after "Fur & Loathing," I generally trust that the writers have done some research into the cult. Do these people really get so intense that they would go to the Green Mile over it? Hodges' character took a 180 from being a whiny twerp to be sage and reflective about life and love. Does that really happen? Andy Dick was properly cast--a creep to play a creep. And did anyone notice one of the display booth at the convention had a banner reading "Tripp?" Was that a friendly swipe at a certain detective in Miami, Fla?