Catch all the drama in PEN's epic thriller.
In which Ginobilli swats down what seems to be a bat and inspires the wrath of the Prince of Darkness and Beno Udrih warms the wrong bench at the wrong time.
In which we learn just a little about Pop's playbook and the Dark Prince reunites with his most loyal servant.
In which we visit the Dark Prince's private court and Pop reminisces.
In which RJ passes out on his front lawn and Jack Nicholson is removed from the Dark Prince's seat.
In which Dracula's Bride sates her thirst, Pop's plan works, and Kobe thinks back.
In which we join the Spurs for a serious team meeting.
In which the Lakers learn the inverted pentagram offense.
In which Beno Udrih and his companion are guests of the Parkers and Luke Walton expresses a secret remorse.
In which Phil Jackson gives a gift to Dracula.
In which the Lakers get zen meditated by Dracula.
In which Roger Mason Jr and Gilbert Arenas dine at the Cheesecake Factory, and Andrew Bynum brags to no one in particular.
In which the Spurs beat the Lakers at basketball, Dracula's Bride dreams of Manu, and Roger Mason Jr. thinks.
In which the Spurs stay in a haunted house and Popovich deals with a bad deal.
In which RJ has bad dreams.
In which Popovich turns to small ball and RJ gets a bite.
In which Popovich sobers up, Phil Jackson considers trading up, Roger Mason Jr. misses and Adam Morrison hits.
In which Tony pounds a rock, RJ disappears, and the game continues even if you leave early.
In which Mase misses hits, Popovich skips sips, Finley nips and flips, and Tony takes, hobbles and rolls.
In which mysterious things happen that will not be revealed until later.
In which Muerto walks la playa, and a player consulates the cards.
In which Ginobili swats, Dracula spits, and Kobe doesn't know the game he's picked.
In which games are played in the dark, and Dracula takes in some art.
In which George Hill watches Manu, Tony Parker can't believe what he sees, and Michael Finley is out of sight (but never out of mind).
In which we linger at Hacienda Dracula
In which RJ feels a lot better, and Phil Jackson chews.