After watching a late night vampire movie, Lucien is sceptical, Tony is terrified and needs to be walked home to next door and Wayne is determined to become a vampire. He takes to biting his food and sucking out the goodness, staying up all night and even building himself a coffin-bed from orange crates. Tony meanwhile tries to convince Lucien that vampires really exist like mosquitoes in nature and starts to freak him out a little as he goes round to protect him from the menace of his new brother. Wayne wears a cape of old curtains to school and gets in trouble with Miss Hissy, but the new headmaster Mr. Pretty insists that they support cultural diversity, leaving Wayne free to terrorise the playground. Mari is not happy and neither is Lucien. Tony suggests raising an angry mob to fight the monster in their midst, but it is not until Wendy dresses up as a vampire too and insists on giving Wayne a lovebite that Wayne’s vampire craze is finally laid to rest.
- After Wayne eats a jam doughnut the doughnuts disappear.
- Count Crampula and the movie with the same name are both references to the 1931 Dracula movie based on the 1897 book by Bram Stoker.