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The Hauntley family has just moved from their home in Transylvania to a neighborhood in Pennsylvania to open a business. Vampirina, or Vee, and her family are friendly vampires and her parents, Oaxana and Boris Hauntley have opened a Bed & Breakfast for their visiting guests; ghouls and goblins! Vee is the new kid in town and must face the trials, tribulations, and joys of fitting in with her very human classmates. She learns how to look past other's differences to the piece that makes each individual special with the help of her best friend and next-door neighbor Poppy and close friend Bridget.

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Vee gets stage fright during a ballet performance; Vampirina and her friends help a ghost pirate search for treasure so that he can be freed from a haunted map.
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Vee and her family get scared during the town's anniversary celebrations; while cleaning the Scare B&B, Demi tries to use a spell to make it go faster.
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Vee tries to celebrate Valentine's Day and Ghoulentine's Day but mixes up her cards; when Mr. Gore needs a substitute teacher, Oxana decides to step in.
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Vee's grandmother, Nanpire the Great, visits from Transylvania and cooks a traditional vampire dish for the class potluck; when a two-headed guest checks in, Vee and her friends must help settle a disagreement between the two of them.
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Vee and the family catches Batty Fever; Demi and Georgia brew a potion to cure them; Vee helps Bridget practice for Poetry Day.
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When a Critternarian arrives, Vee tries to help him look after a mysterious egg; a cuddle monster staying at the Scare B&B wants to learn scaring techniques from Vee.
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Vampirina's favorite band helps Vee and her friends overcome their stage fright; Vee invites her friends over for family game night and teaches them some of her favorite Transylvania games.
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Vee and Poppy magically switch places and Vee transforms into a human and Poppy into a vampire; When Vee and Poppy's class pet comes to stay at the Scare B&B, they have to stop the bird from revealing too much about the haunted house.
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The most famous witches in all of Transylvania come to stay at the Scare B&B with their adorable daughter, Phoebe; Vee invites her friends over for a game of "hide and shriek."
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Demi brings the infamous Chef Remy Bones to the Scare B&B to help with the meal preparations; Vee joins Poppy and Bridget at a Woodchuck Wooodsie event.
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Vee and her family go on a camping trip; a monster gets lost on his way to the Scare B&B and ends up at the wrong house.
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Vee and her friends volunteer to babysit for her baby cousin; when a family of ghost hunters comes to stay at the Scare B&B, Vee and her family spend the day trying to prove that their house is not haunted.
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Edna enters a Green Thumb Contest and accidentally plants some of Oxana's magical Transylvanian seeds; when Vee goes on a field trip to the Natural History Museum, she runs into an old family friend, King Pepi.
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Vee invites her class over for a party full of spooky surprises; while trying to learn a new dance, Vee unknowingly teaches her friends a dance that gets the attention of a competitive ghoul, Dragos the Dancer.
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Vee invites friends Poppy and Vee for a sleepover, then realizes it's a full moon; Vee becomes a bat while having her photo taken.
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When Vee's stressed, she flips from girl to vampire and back; the B&B is open, but double booked with humans and vampires, causing problems.

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