The TV Series
Season 1Episode 1: Pilot
- Yes she broke his heart, but Major is one of the people present during Liv's intervention, to get her out of her funk, showing he's still concerned about her well being.
- Ravi's treatment of Liv is an episode long crowning moment of heartwarming. He accepts Liv's undead status unconditionally, and when she explains how she became a zombie, his first thought is how hard it must be for her to have no one to confide in. He also implores her to stop thinking of herself as dead and is hard at work trying to find a cure for her condition.
- In a mixture of Awesome and heartwarming, Peyton partially begging, partially demanding Liv to start dealing with her PTSD and get over her listlessness, cause she really needs her best friend back.
- The mere sight of Liv snapped out of her funk and playing with children at the Hospital's Haunted House brings a smile to the faces of her brother and mother, and many viewers as well.
- Any moment where Liv reflects on the bright side of being undead, but especially this parting sentiment:
Liv: There were parts of me that were dead even before I became a zombie, so maybe that means there's parts of me that can spring to life, even now that I'm dead.
- Liv and Blaine talk about how much they miss eating and drinking normal food now that they're zombies. Sure, he turns out to be an evil bastard later, but it's kind of nice that Liv could share experiences with another zombie for the first time.
- Liv sending Marcy's necklace to her mother anonymously.
- After being given the cold shoulder for most of the episode, it's nice to see Peyton comforting Liv with the fact that Major has moved on.
Liv: Emotions can suck sometimes... but that's what make us human.
- Then there's this ending dialogue...
- Major and Ravi bonding over a mutual love of RPGs and video games; Ravi had no interest in moving in with Major and even tried to drive him away at first, but the two hit it off enough for him to be willing to forgo his issues with living with others to give it a shot.
- Liv and Clive are starting to act like partners. That she suspected him of being dirty really upsets him, as is she when he shuts her out (to protect her).
- When seems as if Lowell has lost interest in Liv, he admits that the mixed signals are from eating the brains of a gay man. Once that's cleared up, Liv enjoys an evening goofing around with her briefly Gay Best Friend.
- After Liv calls him out on being a customer of Blaine's without knowing where Blaine got his victims from, Lowell goes out and gets a brain by himself, by robbing a grave. He targets a fresh burial, sitting through the funeral until its over before digging the grave back up for the brain, because as painful as it all was, at least it meant not going to Blaine. Why did he do all that? Because he loves Liv enough to go the extra mile for his brain fix.
- Later, the two of them plan to kill Blaine to stop his cycle of kid-killing and brain harvesting; as a customer, he lures him into a trap and using the marine sniper brain she ate Liv awaits to shoot him in the head, but she can't go through with it. Despite being terrified of just distracting Blaine for the plan and earlier mentioning he's a Non-Action Guy, Lowell tells her once more he loves her before trying to do the plan himself, for her. He gets a bullet to the head for it, and she's forced to watch.
- Ravi comforting Liv over the events of the previous night.
- Liv is at the bottom of a bottle. The Bartender does his job and cuts her off after she drinks a truly astonishing amount of alcohol. He asks her who he has to call to come pick her up. The guy she has him call; Major—the man whose heart she broke, and is going through some pretty tough times himself (not the least of which is an up and coming stay at a mental hospital). He takes her home, literally tucks her into bed, and spends the rest of the night consoling her until she falls asleep. Up until that point, there really wasn't a lot of screen time between Major and Liv—and it really drives home the fact that despite their mutually failed attempts to get over the other, they both are still very much in love.
- Liv finally tells Major the whole truth, even about being a zombie. He thinks she making fun of him at first, but he quickly shows himself to be the epitome of an Understanding Boyfriend, and they hug it out. Then by the end of the episode, it all goes sour. Liv's talk with Major was just a delusion from the schizophrenic brains she ate. Major has learned about zombies via his own investigation, and he has sworn to exterminate them all. Oh, Crap!.
- It's a major Tear Jerker yes, but when Major is dying and Liv is frantically trying to stop his bleeding, he stops her, takes her hand and merely asks her to be with him in his final moments.
Season 2Episode 3: Real Dead Housewife of Seattle
- Liv returns home to find a birthday cake for her in the fridge. When she asks Gilda where it came from, she answers that someone came by and left it for... and Gilda's description of them matches Peyton.
- Peyton coming back and making up with Liv. While she is mad her best friend didn't tell her she's now a zombie, Peyton put herself in Liv's shoes and realized that after giving up surgery and Major, the last thing she needs is her best friend walking out on her.
- Major hitting rock bottom and deciding to no longer shut Liv out and take responsibility for his actions counts as a huge one.
- Ravi comes to see Liv at a singer/songwriter night at a local bar.
- Major spends the episode getting his act together. Liv motivates him into taking the position of replacement coach for a kidsí basketball team, something he is a natural at and enjoys. By the end of the episode, he seals the deal by flushing his Utopium.
- What's more is that he wants to get back together with Liv, risks of zombie-ism infection be damned. For the first time since learning about her condition, Major is seeing Liv for who she really is again.
- Drake comforting and keeping the other zombies' spirits up, while they are being subjected to Max Rager's experiments.
- Major sincerely thanking Clive for all he has done for him, and everything it cost Clive, with Clive merely responding to do something with the second chance he's given him.