"Little Bigfoot's Last Stand" is the seventh episode in the Darkstalkers cartoon series. The episode features Bigfoot (Sasquatch in the video game series)'s nephew, Hairball as well as Harry Grimoire.


Instead of teleporting Felicia, Pyron has abducted Harry and Sasquatch's curious nephew, Hairball. His plans have changed but maybe for the good. Now Felicia has to find her way onto Pyron's ship. The Bigfoot tribe also have to figure out how to save the young Hairball.






  • This is the second (and last) episode to show any of Harry's parents.

Cultural references[]

Little Bigfoots Last Stand Hairball outfit

Hairballs cap and letterman jacket

  • Hairball is seen wearing a a letterman jack that reads "Metz," in a similar style to that of the New York Mets. He is also wearing a baseball cap with a "NY" insignia similar to the New York Yankees cap insignia but it may be still a reference to the Mets.
  • Felicia says "Fly me to the Moon," to Lord Raptor while he's playing at the Janas House. "Fly me to the Moon" is a song by Bart Howard. The song has been sung by many singers including Frank Sinatra, Ell Fritzgerald and Japanese pop singer, Hikaru Utada.
  • In one scene Lord Raptor says "Beam me up, Scotty" a famous catch phrase from Captain Kirk in the original Star Trek series.
  • While being beamed up to Pyron's space ship, Lord Raptor says "It's been a hard days night, I've been working like a dog." These are lyrics from the Beatles 1964 hit, "A Hard Days Night."
  • One of Pyron's treasures is a signing sword. In Hal Foster's Prince Valiant comic strip. In the comic strip, Prince Valiant was a Knight of the Round Table and used a singing sword.


  • At the end of the episode when all the Bigfoot tribe members are teleported off the ship, all the artifacts that differentiated them are gone.


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Darkstalkers TV seriesNight Warriors anime
Darkstalkers TV series episodes
Out of the DarkDonovan's BanePyramid PowerThe GameAnd the Walls Come Tumblin DownGhost HunterLittle Bigfoot's Last StandMy Harry's in the HighlandsAlien's Keep OutSamurai's HonorThere's no Business Like Dragon BusinessDarkest Before the DawnEveryone's a Critic