Ethan Morgan is a geeky freshman, not trusted by his parents to stay home alone with his little sister Jane. They hire Erica, a girl from Ethan's high school who is a huge fan of "Dusk", as a babysitter. However, Erica comes across her best friend Sarah, and Jesse, Sarah's vampire ex-boyfriend, on the night she is to babysit, and decides to attend a party that Jesse is throwing instead. During a fight between Sarah and Jesse, Sarah ends up at Ethan's house and tells Ethan's parents that she was asked to babysit instead. Ethan has a vision when touching Sarah, and notices she has no reflection in the mirror, leaving him suspicious of her. He confides this in his dorky best friend, Benny. Sarah leaves to get Erica back from the party, knowing the party is full of bloodthirsty vampires. Curious, the boys have Benny's grandmother watch over Jane while they follow Sarah. They see her feed on a rat and realize she is a vampire. Sarah quickly explains that she is only a fledgling, a vampire ...Written by
Show often mentions a trilogy called "dusk" about vampires that sparkle, as the the main one jakeward, falls in love with rachelle a human girl from school. Vampires that sparkle, fall in love with humans, and try not to drink human blood? Sounds a lot like their Dusk Trilogy is poking fun at the Twilight Trilogy! The titles are even written in the same font! Plus Dusk five includes werewolf's?! Sounds familiar, no? See more »
A teenage boy and his sister find out their baby sitter is a vampire.
This how has NO place on Disney. It is terrifying and too adult for children. From creepy adult sized dolls to watching characters wipe blood from their mouths after taking in blood. It is also frustrating to watch the babysitter allow the little girl to watch a scary show, as long as she doesn't tell her parents. This episode also involves a show where they are conjuring up ghosts and spirits. It's nice to have to explain ghosts to a five year old! If you are a parent and have not watched this show.Another issue, is a huge focus on relationships. One scene involves a girl just making out with a guy in a blood van to keep him from talking. This is much more of a tween show. Tweens don't watch Disney Channel, children do. Parents if you haven not seen this show, beware!
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