Elsewhere, the mysterious man- who is named Newton- arrives at what appears to be his. A security guard is attempting to tell the boy that he cannot keep working on his project, so to prove a point the boy flips a switch and a something goes awry.

At the exact same moment in the theatre where Steph and Kara are viewing a depressing movie about Dracula being alone, the screen gets incredibly bright and multiple vampires come straight out of the screen.

Steph and Kara are fazed, but only for a moment (“Now you see why I stay in on Friday nights. You game for a team-up?”) as Kara rips her sweater open to reveal her Supergirl costume. Steph is again reluctant, as she does not wear her costume under her clothes all the time.

Outside the theatre, Supergirl is attempting to hold off one of the vampires, and Steph finally swoops in and demobilizes it with a batarang. Newton, the boy from earlier, comes to survey what happened. He explains to the girls that his lab had been working on a project that could generate “hard light,” like a force field, and when the lab overloaded, the theatre took the brunt of the blast. He explains that although the theatre was only exposed for a second, there are twenty-four frames per second in film so therefore they need to get rid for twenty-four Draculas.

So Supergirl and Batgirl are off to hunt them down!

They find the first one at a local dance club, and they team up to take it down. Then they move on to chase the rest of them around Gotham; finding them at places like a photo booth, the streets a ferris wheel, an ice cream shop, an airport, and finally on top of a roof is the last vampire.

This Dracula is particularly depressing with dialogue of being alone forever, as Steph and Kara take note of (“Nothing sadder than a crying Dracula.” “If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard that…” “You’d have a nickel?” “I’d have a nickel.”) but talking to each other they lose sight of the sobbing vampire. Until he sneaks up behind the girls, captures them, and has them suspended off the side of the building, grasping them by the neck. Steph quips that she feels just as lonely as the Dracula sometimes, and that Kara probably does too, but together they take down the final vampire.