Annnnnnnd……we’re back!

These episodes of Dark Shadows originally aired January 22-26, 1968.

In this installment of The Drawing Room:

  • Can you say “vampire”? Apparently not…
  • Understatement of the week year show: Newly vampirized Barnabas reflects, “There’s been a drastic change in my life.”
  • The Flub that WORKS
  • The Ben & Barnabas Flip-Flop
  • Laughing at the idiocy of others
  • How is Ben Stokes like George Costanza?
  • Super-strength, super-vision…and super-imposed
  • If two five eight people know a secret, it’s not a secret
  • Sarah’s Swan song
  • One historical point eclipses the writers’ past mistakes
  • ♫Peter and Vicki, sittin’ in a tree…♫
    ♫Nathan and Millicent, sittin’ in a tree…♫
    (but not all in the same tree)


  • Chain of Fools
  • “You bet your sweet bippy!”

bloody3The Vampire and his Personal Assistant

muff1What is really cool in this picture?

crew1What is really NOT cool in this picture?

dead1Nobody does “dead” like Angelique…

sarahdead…though what Sarah lacks in drama, she makes up for with pathos

Nathan & Millicent make a cute couple

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5 Responses to THE DRAWING ROOM #41: DS EPISODES 411-415

  1. Anthony says:

    So happy to see you back with a new installment of The Drawing Room! Always worth the wait. 🙂

    • chrissy says:

      Thank you for waiting! We hope to stay on a regular schedule from this point forward (Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise…), and are also looking forward to starting some new and exciting projects as well!

  2. Dave says:

    Awesome podcast! Glad to see you back up and broadcasting. Have almost completed watching the entire series…has taken me just a little over four years.

  3. longtime viewer says:

    I remember Mrs. Johnson saying Eagle Hill Cemetery was five miles from Collinwood (or five miles north of town), but resolved that in my own mind by thinking (1) either she was exaggerating or (2) the road going around the woods was farther than the path through the woods. Toward the end of the show they were acting like the cemetery was on the estate or near the estate, and it seemed to be maybe a mile away.

    I’d always assumed that Sarah seemed young or sheltered because her parents seemed so old. She did seem more like seven or eight and couldn’t have gotten away with it much longer. I always missed her and wanted her to come back, but realize now it wouldn’t have worked. When Amy Jennings first appeared, for an instant I thought it was Sarah and was then disappointed.

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