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But, hey, it's Colin's birthday, too! Laszlo proposes a toast to his friend, which is surprisingly soppy. Later, he tells Nadja that Colin Robinson will be dead by sunrise. Laszlo discovered that energy vampires have a life span of exactly one hundred years during their research, and he kept the truth from Colin while ensuring Colin had a lot of fun adventures in his final days. Colin becomes ill and retires to his bedroom, and despite the fact that he is becoming quite flatulent, the other vampires gather around his bedside. Guillermo rouses Nandor once more to say his final goodbyes to Colin, but it is too late: he has died. Nandor, grumpier than ever, believes he isn't really dead, but when he tries to wake Colin up, he caves the guy's skull in, leaving his hand covered in goo. Nandor says, "I guess he wasn't faking it." He adds, "This is very sad." We both agree! Is Colin Robinson still alive? Is this the last we'll see of Mark Proksch as the endearingly dull energy vampire? (FX has been contacted for comment.)

Alexis de Tocqueville, a 19th century French intellectual, commented on the fever pitch to which American polemics can frequently ascend in his seminal book, "Democracy in America." In a section titled ""I have often noticed that the Americans whose language when talking business is clear and dry... easily turn bombastic when they attempt a poetic style... Writers, for their part, almost always pander to this proclivity... they inflate and swell their imaginations beyond bounds, achieving gigantism while missing true grandeur." Massive bombast feels like an understatement in a debate between DePaul University political science professor Norman Finkelstein and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz over Finkelstein's upcoming book, "Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History." It's a feud that has spilled onto the pages of most of the country's major newspapers and reached California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's desk.

Charles Darwin, Dale Carnegie, and Marcus Aurelius Colin reveals in The Curse that his email address is because he "likes to travel." When several viewers sent emails to this address, Colin responded with a newsletter. [25] Colin can transform into a gecko instead of a bat.

In the Season 3 finale of What We Do in the Shadows, the Staten Island vampires suffered a devastating loss, but it resulted in a number of new beginnings.

Following the death of their roommate Colin Robinson last week, the vamps are all in mourning. (Vampires have no fear of death. Guillermo says they deal with it every day with the people they kill, but this is different.) They pose for a family portrait after a vampire death, accompanied by The Guide, Baron Afanas, and The Sire, and painted by Donal Logue! (He explains that he began painting during Season 2 of Grounded for Life.) And, just in case there was any doubt, actor Mark Proksch's face is even removed from the opening credits!

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