Moments later, the Trampires all have their fake fangs and white contacts out and Rudy looks over their college IDs. "You're students?!" he says, incredulously. "We caused no harm," says Draggy. "You can check with my professor -- we're all writing papers in Sociology." Rudy yells at them for terrifying and harassing Sam and Zane. Zane pipes up that it was kind of fun. Sam agrees. Rudy's still pissed, on account of the fact that he's investigating a murder-by-exsanguination. Draggy admits that it was wrong for them to keep their cover for so long; they were just studying people's reactions to vampires and the societal fears they represent, blah blah. Rudy yells at them some more for wasting his time while the real murderer is still out there. Drag Queen gives him an I'm-sorry-Daddy look. I so do not buy that she's in college. Sam and Zane ask LeSkank where she got her white contacts; LeSkank explains that an optometrist in Olympia custom-made them. "You guys are perfect for each other," she tells Sam and Zane, apropos of nothing. "You make a great couple -- I hope it stays that way." She walks off. Zane turns to Sam and is like, "See?" "How about a slap in the face: the sequel?" snaps Sam. Zane thinks Sam should "take a risk." Sam retorts that just standing next to him is taking a risk. Zane glares at her and says "Then let me change that." He walks off. Sam is like, "Zane?" like she didn't really mean to be so harsh, but Zane stomps off. Sam looks sad.
Rudy and Draggy have a little scene in which she explains to him that he was going to be one of their test subjects because his dimples were so damn cute, and she ever-so-tactfully mentions his sexual frustration. She says that most men are attracted to her because of her vampire get-up, but that he was attracted to her despite it, and apparently that rocks her world or something, because she propositions him to spend her last night in town with her. She suggests that he "live a little," and then saunters out with the other Trampires. Rudy stands there and pretends there's a big old fire in his pants. The file comes in from Olympia.
Meanwhile, Ellie walks into Van Goatcheese's studio for her nudie session. The studio is dark and she's like, "Hello?" Oops, nobody's there except Dr. Embry with a gun.
Meanwhile, Mike and Rudy are looking over the Olympia murder file. The M.O. is exactly like Jacinda's murder. They look at the picture of the dead chick. "Why does she look familiar?" asks Rudy. Mike knows why. Mike always knows why.