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* LesbianVampire: The Tri Psi Sorority is full of bisexual vampires who take many male victims to feast on and turn female sorority sisters newbies as vampires.


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* VisualPun: The pizza boy comments that their pepperoni pizza arrived nice and hot...just as the door opens and the Tri Psi Sorority are wearing bikinis.

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* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: How Vamp!Lana and the other female vampires are cured, with a full injection of the cure through their heart with a giant needle.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: The Tri Psi Sorority vampires who hate men and are stick extremely close to one another, but they also swoon at Clark and other male victims when they aren't thinking about killing and devouring them. Buffy possibly as well towards Lana, considering how up close and personal she gets to her and how she transformed her into a vampire.


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* ThreePointLanding: Vamp!Lana makes this landing, breaking into the Luthor mansion.

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** The Halloween Bash flyer that Chloe shows Clark has a skeleton looking woman on the front, the woman directly resembles the Superman villain Silver Banshee.


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%%* OurVampiresAreDifferent* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Unlike most Vampires, these vampires (even half-vampires) can endure sunlight but it would be painful to them. They can still eat regular food and consume alcohol but would eventually need blood from human victims to survive. If unable to feed, they can consume other members of their own kind to survive and can absorb others superabilities through blood drinking. Also, crucifixes and holy water cannot weaken them as Proven by Lana to Chloe but fire can kill them and they can be cured through a special serum to the heart.

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* BodyHorror: After being playfully punched by Buffy, falling down the stairs and temporarily dying, Vamp!Lana's body immediately repairs itself with all the inhumanly broken bones and twisted limbs breaking back into place, much to her and the sorority's delight.

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* KissOfTheVampire: Literally, between Buffy and Lana. Also, Vamp!Lana when she attempts to turn Clark into a vampire.

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* VampireBitesSuck: Many of the Tri Psi Sorority victims and eventually Chloe learn this.


* BreakingAndBloodsucking: How the vampires turn Lana into a vampire and how Lana attempts to turn Clark into a vampire.

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* BreakingAndBloodsucking: How the vampires turn Lana into a vampire and how Lana Vamp!Lana attempts to turn Clark into a vampire.



* DaylightWalkingVampire: While transitioning into a vampire, Lana is still able to endure the daylight if not attempting to hide from it.

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* DaylightWalkingVampire: DayWalkingVampire: While transitioning into a vampire, Lana is still able to endure the daylight if not attempting to hide from it.

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* BreakingAndBloodsucking: How the vampires turn Lana into a vampire and how Lana attempts to turn Clark into a vampire.


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* DaylightWalkingVampire: While transitioning into a vampire, Lana is still able to endure the daylight if not attempting to hide from it.


* ActorAllusion: James Marsters' character tells Clark "There's no such thing as vampires." Marsters starred in nearly every season of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' as the vampire Spike.



* FoeYay / LesYay: a lot of this subtext between Buffy and Lana until Buffy tries to kill her.

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* FoeYay / LesYay: a A lot of this subtext between Buffy and Lana until Buffy tries to kill her.



** During an episode of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', one of Clark's past lives was the bandit "The Fox" (in Spanish "Zorro").

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** During an episode of ''Series/LoisAndClark'', one of Clark's past lives was the bandit "The Fox" (in Spanish Spanish, "Zorro").



** When Prof. Milton Fine is told of the rabies virus strain, he tells Clark to ask Lex about Project 1138. "1138" has been used in at least two George Lucas films, THX 1138 and Star Wars: A New Hope. The latter film stars Carrie Fisher whose character (Princess Leia) is rescued from cell block 1138. Fisher makes an appearance interviewing Chloe for the job at the Daily Planet.
** Chloe at the end mentions the line 'Up, Up and Away' which also happens to be one of Superman's iconic lines.

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** When Prof. Milton Fine is told of the rabies virus strain, he tells Clark to ask Lex about Project 1138. "1138" has been used in at least two George Lucas films, THX 1138 ''Film/THX1138'' and ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars: A New Hope. Hope]]''. The latter film stars Carrie Fisher Creator/CarrieFisher whose character (Princess Leia) is rescued from cell block 1138. Fisher makes an appearance interviewing as Pauline Kahn who interviews Chloe for the a job at the Daily Planet.
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** Chloe at the end mentions the line 'Up, Up "Up, up, and Away' away," which also happens to be one of Superman's iconic lines.


* Chekhov's Gun: When Lana drinks Clark's blood, she absorbs some of his superability to shoot fire from her eyes. Later, when Buffy attempts to kill her, Lana uses that same firepower ability to incinerate Buffy and end her once and for all.

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* Chekhov's Gun: ChekhovsGun: When Lana drinks Clark's blood, she absorbs some of his superability to shoot fire from her eyes. Later, when Buffy attempts to kill her, Lana uses that same firepower ability to incinerate Buffy and end her once and for all.


* Chekhov's Gun: When Lana drinks Clark's blood, she absorbs some of his superability to shoot fire from her eyes. Later, when Buffy attempts to kill her, Lana uses that same firepower ability to incinerate Buffy and end her once and for all.



* FoeYay / LesYay: a lot of this between Buffy and Lana Until Buffy tries to kill her.

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* FoeYay / LesYay: a lot of this subtext between Buffy and Lana Until until Buffy tries to kill her.

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* CannibalismSuperpower: After Vamp!Lana bites Clark, she absorbs some of his powers and is amazed she is able to shoot fire from her eyes.

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* FoeYay / LesYay: a lot of this between Buffy and Lana Until Buffy tries to kill her.
* ImAHumanitarian: Buffy threatens Lana with this. Unless she finds them a new male suitor to feed on, she and the other girls will feed on her instead.

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