The TV Series: Season 1
Episode 1: Pilot
Episode 2: Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?
Episode 3: The Exterminator
- Liv walks in on some cops mocking Clive by singing Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" (after Clive told them that a murder victim identified herself using Gaga's real name): She has this to say about it:
Liv: I think those guys want your bad romance. Unless singing Gaga around the station is a cop thing.
- Also, the scene where Sandy Rivers says she needs more of a tan (which is now impossible for her to obtain after becoming a zombie) she immediately responses by quoting what he says during one of his sessions with a dead call girl. The little enraged head tilt she does before that is both hilarious and adorable. The rest of her facial reactions, especially when Clive gives her a "I can't believe your right" look also count.
- Clive when he finds Liv and Ravi watching a movie.
Clive: Zombies! I would be a dangerous man after the zombies came—I wouldn't be making any rookie mistakes. Is that a scratch on my grandmother. [points to Ravi] BAM! Haste la vista, Mee-Maw.
Liv: [somewhat horrified] Chivalry is dead.
Clive: But Clive is alive.
- Liv receiving heart surgery from Ravi, yeah, that scene.
Episode 4: Liv and Let Clive
Episode 5: Flight of the Living Dead
Episode 6: Virtual Reality Bites
- The entire opening banter scene between Liv and Ravi, with multiple parts of hilarity; an incredibly cute conversation between a couple of Adorkable Deadpanned Snarkers.
- Liv: If you heard the aimless shambling of the undead, that might have just been me.
Episode 7: Maternity Liv
- Liv thinking that Lowell's accent comes from Buckingham Regalshire. He corrects her to London.
- Liv trying to make a lame excuse for why she has to cancel her date, before remembering Lowell is also a zombie and she can just tell the truth.
Episode 10: Mr. Berserk
Episode 11: Astroburger
Episode 12: Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat
- Ravi and Lowell having a rapid-fire, extremely British conversation discussing the specific origins of their accents and trash-talking various local sports teams. Liv responds with this gem:
Liv: Why do I have the sudden urge to dump tea into a harbor?
Lowell: What's she talking about?
Ravi: Colonist propaganda. Pay her no mind.
- Liv thinking Lowell is suddenly no longer interested in her, only to later find out that he ate a gay guy's brains so he'll be back to normal once the effects wear off.
Lowell: I didnít really get it until I saw a magazine with Idris Elba on the cover, and the phrase Ďbig piece of yumí popped into my head. Iím mildly afraid of heights, but I would not hesitate to climb that mountain.
Episode 13: Blaine's World
- Liv mixes the cheerleader's brains into hot chocolate.
Episode 1: Grumpy Old Liv
Episode 2: Zombie Bro
Episode 4: Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues
- Ravi is annoyed that Major can't get him drugs.
Major: Yeah, because everything about me looks like I can score drugs.
Ravi: You bought a grenade out of a trunk of a car! How can you not figure out how to buy drugs at a nightclub?
Major: It's a different skillset! If you want a bazooka, I can get you a bazooka in fifteen minutes. At cost.
- Ravi is offended that the drug dealer doesn't think he might be an undercover cop.
- An exasperated Major is watching Ravi trying to record his observations of being high off of Utopium... before Major decides to join in.
- Liv on frat boy brains is hilarious and she can't hold back her urges to do incredibly stupid things like:
- Arranging two skeletons in the morgue against each other to make it so one is laying across the other's lap and the latter is spanking the former.
- Putting makeup all over a sleeping Ravi complete with blush, lipstick, blue eyeshadow, and beard glitter (that Ravi can't get off) all topped off with FART written across his forehead.
- A somber moment of Liv (who is still on frat boy brains) comforting Major (who is high off of Utopium) results in this:
Major: I won't let anything happen to you.
Liv: ...And I won't shave off your eyebrow.
- Crosses into squick: A couple comes in to get questioned together and Babineaux asks them what they were doing with a giant costume of an anthropomorphic animal at home. The girl confesses that she's a furry.
Episode 5: Love and Basketball
- Blaine's new zombie enforcer is a dim-witted mute named Chief. When they go to collect a drug-dealer turned preacher, he asks (through his phone) if Jesus was a zombie.
Episode 6: Max Wager
- Liv refuses sex with Major in case it turns him into a zombie, and checks on him in the morning to make sure.
Liv: We got lucky.
Major: ...not the way I remember it.
- Pure Black Comedy, but the Max Rager employees watching a restrained mindless zombie trying to grab a bowl of brains just out of reach.
Gilda: It's like watching my mom try to refold a map. The cane is right there!
- Ravi and Blaine fighting over the anti-zombie serum. They wrestle all over the lab, over and under the tables, until Ravi smashes it with a glass of something.
Blaine: Well that's my cardio for the day.
- Ravi and Peyton find out about the renewed Liv/Major romance when Major comes down in the morning practically singing.
Ravi: It won't always be this nauseating, right?
Major: Suffer, bitch.
- Continuing the above, Liv hums cheerily while doing an autopsy, which freaks out Ravi.
- Liv and Ravi think Clive is a hero for standing next to one of their asshole former perps who got shot.
Clive: There's nothing heroic about not getting shot.
Ravi: Did you soil yourself?
Ravi: Then it's heroic in my book.
The names of Blaine's goons (besides Juilen)? Zom-A and Zom-B