"Energy vampires have a life expectancy of exactly 100 years. On their 100th birthday... they expire." | WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS
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nadja hugs in 3.09
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1994 - Personal Top 10 Horror/Halloween Favorites From The Last 31 Years
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you're dead, you're dead, you're dead
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I just can’t stop thinking about Nadja when she finds out about Colin Robinson?? It’s just so different than how she is with Nandor’s leaving scene where she’s wailing and being dramatic but it’s also a front because sad as she is she knows he’s waking up eventually.
But with the news about Colin Robinson??? Like all of them are devastated but Nadja is so quiet. She goes and hugs Laszlo and Colin and she’s not making a big dramatic scene, she’s just there in that moment and wants to provide comfort and it’s about Colin and to her he’s not coming back, so she’s just there for him without comment and it just!! Kills me so much!
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(S3 WWDITS spoilers below, be warned)
So I've been revisiting the promo pictures that came out months ago for season 3, and they have been extremely clever - the set design has subtle hints for story moments throughout the season.
Nandor: He is holding his "playmobil" human armor which he wears in e8 where he desires to be human again
Nadja: A gargoyle behind her, hinting to The Watchers she and The Guide visit for information
Laszlo: A bird statue, like the siren he confronted to protect Colin Robinson
The next 3 I'm less sure of, as they might yet to be fully revealed.
Guillermo: It's the vampire hunter we all know and love. It's killing me that I can't tell what the objects on the table are. It *looks* like there's a flashlight, which could indicate the search for The Sire. Otherwise, this could simply be him confidently accepting his identity as a vampire hunter or could imply he has some murderin' left to do in the next couple episodes.
Colin Robinson: 100th birthday cake dripping with blood. I'm sure it's going to be fine. (Soft sobbing)
The Guide: She's holding a small candle in a jar. This could symbolize her trying to keep the vampiric council's flame alive despite two bickering idiots in control. It could also refer to a funeral, burning, etc. I'm worried for her!
Am I missing anything? Happy to hear more theories! Can't wait to see what happens next!
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I was rewatching season 1 of wwdits and when the gang was discussing killing The Baron.
And then the door opens, they all scream and who appears?
Guillermo appearing when "can he even die?" is foreshadowing to him "killing" the baron (but also later on other vampires).
The "is this the new you?" means "so you killed the baron. Are you the vampire slayer now? Is this your identity?" Because remember that Guillermo was torn apart between his ancestry (van Helsing, fate if you will) and his will to become a vampire and the guilt that came with it.
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Guillermo really showed some true colors in this episode, and I'm loving it
Telling Nandor that he "doesnt care" about the vampire thing anymore, and sounding genuine. I love this because it shows that he's there for Nandor, not personal gain
Showing every intention of staying with the other vampires even though Nandor wasn't going to be there
Pretending that Nadja was his "Mistriss" to help her pull off the night. S1 Guillermo wouldnt have done this without hating it, but even in his grief over Nandor, Guillermo stepped up to help her.
Literally saying that he's SEEN NANDOR'S PENIS?!?! I mean we could all assume since he helps dress the dude, but I mean come on
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FOR SALE: In the spirit of the season there are a few prints up for grabs of my What We Do In The Shadows sketch comps. **Pictured beautiful frame NOT included** Etsy shop link below 🦇🎃
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these bitches gay (im bitches)
Nadja's modern outfit is very much inspired by @lesbian-in-leather 's A Wish, Unfulfilled because the goth gf vibes got to me
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"I haven't had the heart to tell him. And eventually, I realised: better for the poor bastard to not know at all. Better for me to show him a good time during his last months of life... And I feel I succeeded." | WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS
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What We Do in the Shadows | 3.09 – “A Farewell“
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I hope at some point we see Laszlo and Nadja kiss.
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Sorry but can we talk about Nadja??? All season her goal has been power, specifically by trying to rule the Vampiric Council solo. She actually got her chance in this episode. She was doing it.
Like she was so angry at Laszlo when he took over the Council stuff with his speech about Colin Robinson, she could have killed him for messing with her chances of making a good impression on this seriously powerful group.
But then he tells her about Colin Robinson dying and she stops. She forgets all about the Council and the power and she grieves for her friend. Idk I just, I don't think the Nadja we knew at first would have put her chances of impressing the Council in jeopardy for Colin Robinson before now. The last time they thought he died, she wasn't nearly so distraught, but it's so clear how much she cares about him now.
Idk I just think that Nadja has grown and changed just as much as the rest of them and we don't talk about it enough
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So, Colin's coming back, right? Like it wouldn't make sense for them to be building up this entire season like finding out where energy vampires some from for the end of his story to be oh they just die after 100 years, and then that's it.
I know I've seen other people saying that maybe it's like caterpillar butterfly thing where they sort of regenerate after 100 years, and like that makes a lot of sense to me too.
Especially for energy vampire because like what would the most energy draining thing be for people around you? Wouldn't it make sense that in your last months, you would have the instinct to bond closer to other people as much as possible, maybe find love, and then die, so that you have people around that mourn you because grief is one of the most draining things emotionally? So that your body has the energy to completely regenerate and you come back again?
Also like vampire-wise, 100 years is not a long time, so like you'd think that some of the vampire community would already know about this, but I guess not even regular vampires are super into being around or listening to energy vampire, so I guess there not being a whole lot of general knowledge about that makes sense too. And if energy vampires don't even know about that, then they would just randomly be dead after a while and everyone would just be like oh great, now they're gone and they're not going to bother us anymore, I guess?
Anyways, he better not be dead because he and Lazslo were so great this season and Colin adds so much to the show and it wouldn't be the same if he wasn't in it anymore, so he better be coming back as a super cool butterfly energy vampire that looks exactly the same as old Colin and does the same things and shows up at the end of the next episode at his funeral or whatever and is like, "hey guys, how's it hangin?" And they're just like super excited to see him and they get to be a fun little family again. Please.
But like also I am still shook by what Nandor did at the end. Like I was not expecting that at all, holy crap.
Also, also, the human girlfriend's meal was hilarious. Guillermo lifting up the tray and it's chicken nuggets and buttered noodles and she's like, oh we have to get the name of your chef, do you have ranch?, that was perfect.
And Guillermo like getting up onto the step stool to talk to Nandor when he was like see you in a hundred years and we can be together again and Guillermo's like up in his face like I will be dead you idiot that's not how humans work, and Nandor's like nah... you're too negative, it's fine.
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So, it has come to this? My own friends imprisoning me on the word of my own simpleminded familiar.
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I’ve shed an embarrassing amount of tears over what was supposed to be a haha funny vampire show
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The wraiths putting the cloak on Nadja in the episode where they decided who will sit on the throne was foreshadowing Nadja being the sole leader of the council. Nandor's going into super sleep, y'all. Nadja and the Guide could potentially pass a lot of new rules while he's away...
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