Fridge: My Babysitter's a Vampire
- Aging or non-aging by vampires. There's a "little girl" on the Vampire Council, Sarah mentions "being 17 forever"...but Rory's noticeably older in Season 2 than he was in the movie.
- The bad future shown to Ethan by Coach Ed in "Friday Night Frights" is already strange at first, but then Sarah comes in with Kurt. In that fake future, Sarah "marries" Kurt and they live together. Events further in the episode show that Coach Ed did not know that Sarah was only near Kurt to see if he had been bitten by Erica. However, it has never been mentioned whether or not Coach Ed actually knows that there are vampires in Whitechapel. Seems like he doesn't. As an example, if he knew Sarah was a vampire, he wouldn't have placed her in the role of a girl married to a "not-vampire". Really, this all boils down to whether or not Ed knows about vampires in Whitechapel.
- In the 'bad future' seen in "Friday Night Frights" - Ethan's little sister is neither seen or mentioned. What did Coach Ed do to a little girl that would break Ethan...?
- Remember that Laura DeCarteret (Ethan's Mom) was in that "Bad future" too??? She was probably portraying an older Jane.
- In Smells Like Trouble, Erica and Sarah, while under the influence of a Love Potion turned Hate Potion, fight a couple of girls offscreen to decide who gets to kill Benny and Ethan. Of course, Sarah and Erica easily win, but we never see or hear from those other two girls afterwards. It kinda makes one wonder...
- Several people die as a result of Benny and Rory's actions in "Flushed", some of them having disapeared without explanation. Yet neither demonstrate the slightest guilt or desire to inform the terrified parents that their children are dead. Are our protagonists all sociopaths?
- No, they realize that two things are in play; that they'd be the ones arrested and charged with the crimes if they told (after all, they have inside knowledge that only someone involved would have), and even moreso, after a hundred years of this sort of thing, the police and city leaders probably have something in place to deal with this sort of thing. After all, the Weirdness Censor must be running on full steam for the people to live their daily lives...just like in a little California town that eventually got wiped off the map.
- Also, Rory is a vampire, therefore he would not feel guilt. (Listing two of the core five—and that doesn't even include everyone who was credited in the opening titles—so it's a little premature to say that the protagonists are all sociopaths.)
- In the episode where Benny's evil twin is released, Evil!Benny goes to Ethan's house to warn him off. Were this not a Disney Channel show, it would have perhaps occurred to Evil!Benny that he would have had no difficulty luring Ethan to a secluded spot and killing him if he wanted him to 'stay out of the way'.