Dracula Episode: September 10th

Episode Synopsis: Van Helsing awakens Dr. Seward who had been sleeping in the room adjoining Lucy's. The both of them check on Lucy and discover that she had completely regressed. Without Arthur present, Dr. Seward agrees to donate his blood for the necessary transfusion. Once rested, Seward visits for a spell with Lucy who had awakened unaware of what had happened. Lucy's mother frets that Seward is overextending himself. Van Helsing tells Seward to go home and rest and leave Lucy's vigil to him. The maids offer to help share the vigil, but Seward explains that Van Helsing insists that it must be they who keep watch.

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Dracula Episode: September 9th

Episode Synopsis: When Dr. Seward arrives to spend his second consecutive night keeping vigil, Lucy insists that he rest in the adjoining room instead of staying awake. Lucy writes in her journal how fortunate she is to be blessed with such devoted friends. Her thoughts turn to Arthur as she settles down to sleep.

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Dracula Episode: September 8th

Episode Synopsis: Whilst sitting up with Lucy for the night, Dr. Seward notices that Lucy repeatedly tries to stave off sleep. When asked her why, she responds that sleep is not a repose for her, but a horror. Seward explains that he will protect her from bad dreams, and Lucy obligingly falls asleep. At dawn, Seward leaves Lucy in the care of a maid, and returns to his duties at the asylum. Before long, he receives a telegram from Van Helsing instructing him to return tonight to keep vigil over Lucy again.

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Dracula Episode: September 7th

Episode Synopsis: Van Helsing hurries to meet Dr. Seward and tend to Lucy. Both are horrified to see that she is languishing under a tremendous loss of blood. Van Helsing insists that Lucy must have a blood transfusion. Miraculously, at that very moment, Arthur enters, driven by his concern for his fiance. The doctors perform the operation, transfusing Arthur's blood into Lucy. Seward is concerned by how much of Arthur's blood is required to gain even the slightest increase in Lucy's vitality. Once the operation is completed, Van Helsing adjusts Lucy and bumps her choker necklace out of place revealing two wounds on her neck. Seward can't decide what they mean, but Van Helsing sets his resolve and returns to Amsterdam to study his books. He charges Seward to keep vigil over Lucy's sleep throughout the night.

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Dracula Episode: September 6th

Episode Synopsis: Dr. Seward sends a telegram to Van Helsing urging him to come at once and tend to Lucy who has suddenly regressed. Seward writes to Arthur telling him of Lucy's turn for the worse, but that Lucy's mother has requested Dr. Seward's medical expertise. This, he could bring Van Helsing openly onto the case without fatally shocking Mrs. Westenra in her weakened condition.

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