Well, I am clearing out my DVR and VCR and watching episode 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Dracula.
I have finished episode 7 and 8 and am part way through episode 9.
Jonathan Harker is one of the biggest fools ever. On one hand I feel incredibly sorry for him being used by Grayson, the Order and Davenport and Lucy. Who hasn't manipulated him? Well, Mina hasn't but he is brutal toward her as far as trusting, believing in her and her career. Then after verbally ripping Mina a new one while she lying in a hospital bed recovering from a nasty fall down the stairs, then accidentally or stupidly killing Davenport he promptly goes and has revenge sex or was that pity party sex with Lucy. Then without researching and knowing what he really is getting into he decides to join the Order of the Dragon.
Sidebar: It is a Holy War to get dibs on the oil fields before the Ottomans? That's rich.
Mina has no room to stand on any kind of moral ground. No, I don't mean how she feels about Grayson. I don't think she really has decided who she going to marry or love. By moral ground I mean sneaking into Professor Helsings lab, using his hidden research to make vampire rats (unknowingly to all) and then stealing his potions. Yeah, like that is moral in anyone's book. It's stealing.
One thing makes no sense as far as Grayson knowing Mina was under attack and rescuing her. While he stalks her bedroom window, he does not necessarily stalk her at the university. On the other hand trying to disfigure Mina with acid was a stupid plan ... it did come across ... still the way Grayson manipulated Harker into killing Davenport over that point makes it seem as if Grayson knew all along what was going to happen.
I also thought it incredibly stupid of Grayson to threaten Helsing that his sun vacine would work. Dumb, dumb, dumb.
I am surprised that Helsing didn't burn Browning's house down before Browning got there. I wonder if Helsing plans to make the children vampires?