Lots of people like to see him as a representation as Bela Lugosi's Dracula, but the only real connection to this is that of Jackie playing the role as his "Reinfield." It is much more in-line with who he is as a parody character in that he represents vampires that could be found in films during the '80's and early 90's. He is portrayed as something of a wannabe bad-boy, being the "kid" of the group before Nick is sired, something you could see as a reflection to vampires that embrace the punk-aesthetic like Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer or the Titty Twister vampires from From Dusk Till Dawn. He is even the one to make the "spaghetti/worms" reference from The Lost Boys, arguably the most likely film to represent the 80's vampire (next to Fright Night, anyway), the fact that his desire to act cool fails so spectacularly being the joke.
- Now that Guillermo is revealed to be a Van Helsing, this seems pretty unlikely as he appears to be destined to kill the vampires. Or at the very least, the blood-sucking ones.
- If nothing else, Jemaine Clement has confirmed that Jenna won't be returning for Season 2 on account of Beanie Feldstein's other commitments, so that part of the theory is Jossed.
- Jossed. No one turns Guillermo.