Now that the Count has his severed hand back and reattached (although it still looks nasty), he looks to the future–by that, I mean that he wants Barnabas Collins to take him to the 1960s when Barnabas himself returns to that time.
“The music, paintings, beautiful people of 1969,” the Count muses. “What will they be like?”
But Barnabas has to refuse, since he doesn’t actually know how to do that; the Count shuts him up in a coffin and pins him down with a crucifix on his chest.
Count Petofi then brings in Quentin to talk to Barnabas. Quentin is …read more