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!!FridgeBrilliance
* Why would supposedly savvy Columbus let other people get the drop on him twice? He knows all about zombies, ''not'' people.
* In Columbus' flashback, he is shown playing ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Close examination shows that he played as a Night Elf, a race belonging to the Alliance. Apparently Columbus has been battling the Undead long before they came to his doorstep.
--> "Help Zombies are after me."\\
[[ComicallyMissingThePoint "I'll bring my hammer!"]]
* Columbus didn't have Rule 31 (Check the Backseat) until after the incident in Garland. Because Rule 32 is something he picks up not long after with Tallahassee.
* The climax is a send-up of zombie games - there's Tallahassee on the rail shooter sections on the roller coaster and the tilt-a-whirl, Columbus in the claustrophobic survival horror section in the haunted house, and the girls on the high ride with the co-op HoldTheLine-style game.

!!FridgeHorror
* TheReveal about [[spoiler: Tallahassee's son]] is worse than initially apparent. [[spoiler: Consider how unlikely a clean or quick death would be.]] And consider [[spoiler: who would have to put the resulting zombie down.]]