Dracula explains to Johnny that he was wrong to get in the way of him, and Mavis and that if she should be with anybody he is thankful that it is him. Dracula disguises himself as a human nurse after being not allowed in the delivery room to watch Mavis give birth to his grandson because the doctor told Dracula only the father is allowed in the delivery room.
Dracula goes to greet Mavis in her room where he tells her that she can leave the hotel, and visit some humans. He finally finds her on the hotel roof crying. Dracula tries to drive through town to the airport, but the path is blocked by humans.
Esmeralda enters the room too, and tears off Johnny's disguise. His over-controlling personality makes him an ideal hotel manager.
The werewolf kids all rush to their father, but fail to listen to him. Sometime during the late 19th century, Dracula began to run into the famous monster hunting Van Helsing family and managed to defeat all family members, including Abraham Van Helsing.
The appearance of a new character so late only hurts the film, even if Vlad still plays into the themes of tolerance and racism species-ism?