As a horror movie fan I liked that one two. I also liked that they went with an old school vampire look, more akin to the vampire in "Salem's Lot" than the more attractive versions seen in other vampire films. I do agree with Christopher that the make-up could have been better. But I liked the creepiness of that episode (helped, of course, by the creepy music). Season 1 is much stronger. It's campy and very 70'sish (obviously they thought disco would survive in that form into the 25th century ). But it was entertaining and had a bit of a comic book feel, which is appropriate in this case. Season 2, it was meh. As some will know from my Star Trek posts, I like some continuity. And season 2 has almost not similarities to season 1 other than a couple of characters, the star fighters and star gates (referred to as plasma drive, but the effect is the same), some props and uniforms and maybe a few odds and ends. I read somewhere they originally thought of doing a transitioning episode but I guess they abandoned it since they would have to bring back some season 1 actors to make it work. Esp. "Testimony of a Traitor" which is mostly a decent episode for season 2--you'd have thought they would have at least thrown a token line about Huer and/or Theopolis since they were on Earth. You know something like "they provided a statement of support" or something. But it is really like they never existed. "The Dorian Secret" is a good episode though. It actually was one of the few that had a 1st season feel to it. "Time of the Hawk" was good too. And this drives Christopher nuts but I kind of liked "The Satyr". It's stupid and ridiculous I admit, but there is just something about it that I kind of liked. Maybe part of it is redemption. The bad guy comes to his senses and sacrifices himself for his family in one final act of atonement.