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    Season 1 

Episode 1: Pilot

  • 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 Johnny Frost 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 you're 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! Hasta la vista, Mee-Maw.
    Liv: [somewhat horrified] Chivalry is dead.
    Clive: But Clive is alive.
  • Tess pretending she doesn't speak English and happily trolling Clive in Romanian, remarking on how Americans tend to only speak one language and the kind of comment that is on the American public school system. Liv suddenly cuts in, also in Romanian, snarking, "And what are they teaching in Bucharest? The Porn Star Experience?" Tess is visibly taken aback, while Clive is baffled, asking if it's Russian. Tess corrects him.
    Tess: Romanian. *beat* Romanian Mean Girl.
  • Liv guessing how the culprit crashed Clive's car.
    Liv: Maybe he was celebrating cowboy style.
  • Liv receiving heart surgery from Ravi, yeah, that scene.

Episode 2: Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?

  • Liv goes into work and Blaine is sitting there waiting for her. The scene starts out so ominously and then they start casually comparing and complaining about their experiences whilst being zombies.
    Blaine: ...and yeah, before I knew it, sirens were blaring and I'm still about to crack this guy's head open for the tiniest taste of brain, which is...the single most disgusting thing a person can eat.
    Liv: That it is.
    Blaine: It's the consistency that kills me.
    Liv: I can't get around it. And there's that weird metallic taste?
    Blaine: Is that what it is? I used to be a serious wine guy and now everything I drink tastes like iodine.
    Liv: I saw a kid eating a peanut butter cup last week and I almost cried. I miss food so much.
  • At one point in the episode, Major is asked by Liv why she was (supposedly) such a jerk. His response is gold.
    Major: I don't know; it was one of the things I just put up with because you're super hot. I'm kidding... [mumbles] to a degree.

Episode 3: The Exterminator

  • 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 4: Liv and Let Clive

  • Liv's newfound brain induced paranoia as the impetus for Ravi and Major becoming roommates who are VERY excited about playing Diablo III together.
  • Liv sees Ravi go into the porn section of a Chinese video store and offers her opinion:
    Liv: Your need for privacy in your living arrangement has just come into much sharper focus.

Episode 5: Flight of the Living Dead

  • Major gets his ass handed to him by the zombie who ate Jerome and the tone of the scene is overall depressing until:
    Passing Skater: (to Major) Get up, bitch.
  • Ravi teases Liv endlessly about her crush on Lowell, until she stops him with this remark:
    Ravi: Ooooh!
    Liv: Shut up or I'll eat you.

Episode 6: Virtual Reality Bites

  • 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.
  • Liv, Ravi, and Clive listen to a recording of the victim of the week ranting at some poor customer service rep, saying, "I am the Sim Reaper, Shanie. I am the keeper of the web. CEOs of Fortune 500 companies tremble before me! I am invisible, intangible, untouchable! I am the bringer of cyber-darkness! Fail me, and I will delete you like so much digital noise!" And Liv laments, "Why are all the good ones unavailable?"

Episode 7: Maternity Liv

  • 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 didn’t really get it until I saw a magazine with Idris Elba on the cover, and the phrase ‘big piece of yum’ popped into my head. I’m mildly afraid of heights, but I would not hesitate to climb that mountain.

Episode 10: Mr. Berserk

  • Sebastian's choice of exclamation after Liv headbutts him is pretty funny (and quite dark, given the circumstances)
    Sebastian: Ow, Mother of Dragons! God, that hurt!

Episode 11: Astroburger

  • Shortly after eating the brains of someone with schizophrenia, Liv winds up having the devil talk to her (in the form of a bag of "Hellfire Cheezy Puffs" with a devil mascot):
    Ravi: I am concerned...but I'm also craving salt before sweet. [gestures to the bag] Do you think he'd mind?
    Devil: Eat me!
    Liv: He seems okay with it.

Episode 12: Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat

Episode 13: Blaine's World

  • Major and Blaine in the freezer.
    Major: Why are you doing this?
    Blaine: Daddy issues? Megalomania? Greed? Wow, it felt really good to get that off my chest.

    Blaine: You know what my mother used to say?
    Major: "Oh god, why didn't I use birth control?"

    Season 2 

Episode 1: Grumpy Old Liv

Episode 2: Zombie Bro

  • 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.
    • And then Ravi listening to his observations, which are... not helpful.
      Ravi: Major! You know what we need for the house? Velvet! Major! Major! Major?!
  • 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.
  • 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. Turns out, nothing to do with the case, the girl just confesses that she's a furry.

Episode 4: Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues

  • 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 which leads to this exchange.
    Don E: No, a zombie is when you eat other people. I don't know what you call it when you make other people eat you.
    Blaine: Narcissism.

Episode 5: Love and Basketball

  • 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... set to "Friday, I'm In Love" by The Cure. Yes, really. They wrestle all over the lab, over and under the tables, until Ravi smashes it with a glass of something.
  • Major breaks up a kiddy-fight at the basketball practice Liv tricks him into coaching.
    Major: Hey hey hey! Break it up! Is that the kind of team this is? The kind of team Coach Hayden would want you to be?
    Kid: Wow. You went there.
    Major: I'm shameless.
  • For anyone who lives in Washington State, Ravi's reaction to their field trip to Tacoma is hilarious.
  • Bozzio spots Clive being given a grilling by Da Chief. And reacts by doing various sight gags behind her back, while making eye contact with him. Clive is left trying to explain to his boss why he can't keep a straight face.

Episode 6: Max Wager

  • 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?
    Clive: No!
    Ravi: Then it's heroic in my book.
  • Angus tries to give a lesson to Blaine.
    Angus: What do you know about the Titans?
    Blaine: Perennial AFC South underachievers.
    Angus: The money I could have saved on boarding schools...

Episode 7: Abra Cadaver

  • Liv on a magician's brain. All of it.
    Ravi: This is the best brain ever. I almost want to start killing magicians so it never ends.
  • Clive, on the other hand, knows how to deal with it.
    Liv: Pick a card!
    Clive: No.
  • The magician had a fascination with death, leading to this gem from Liv. Blaine's expression really sells it.
    Liv: Love is only a delay of death. Tragedy waiting in the wings.
    Blaine: [long look] You're bumming me out, man.
  • "I'm an acquired taste. Like gazpacho or that free U2 album."
  • "Help me, Zombie-Wan Kenobi, you're our only hope."

Episode 8: The Hurt Stalker

  • Ravi learns Clive is A Song of Ice and Fire fan, and how to get under his skin.
    Ravi: Clive, what is George R. R. Martin doing right now?
    Clive: Not writing.
  • One of the comic-style scene transition cards reads: "I'm Only Happy When It's Brains"
  • Pam believing that she shouldn't be in jail because they arrested her for marijuana possession and she's been arrested for that before, which makes it double jeopardy.
  • A very quick (and clever) in-joke at the expense of the Victim of the Week's habit for badge-chasing romance:
    Liv: So... it seems Regina took N.W.A's greatest hit literally.note 

Episode 9: Capetown

  • The Victim of the Week is a shop teacher and amateur crimefighter operating under the superhero name The Fog. When Liv balks at climbing into the dumpster his body was found in, Ravi suggests an alternative.
    Ravi: What do you want me to do? Lay out the body bag and wait for The Fog to roll in?
  • To follow up, Liv expresses disapproval of The Fog's hobby while making a sub sandwich out of his brains.
    Ravi: May I remind you that you don't know what you're going to get from this meal? If the shop teacher predominates, I may be getting a custom spice rack. [glances at sandwich] But personally, I think you've got the makings of a hero.
  • Liv's hysterical superhero one-liners:
    I make time for justice.
    So all this Santa delivers to our city... is crime.
    • Related to the second one: a scene transition card reads "Santa Claus is Running the Town" when Stacey Boss shows up.
  • Blaine's horribly awkward way of introducing a new zombie to his condition now that he's out of practice. Immediately afterwards, he realizes he should have led with the fact that zombies exist.

Episode 10: Method Head

  • Clive thrown by how Liv and Ravi are totally okay with the piercing of a corpse and they discuss all the things they've pulled out of bodies. They also say they expected it from the guy's sex tape and laugh on how Clive is "so innocent," not knowing about it.
  • Liv on the acting brains and emoting on the "acting essence" of playing against zombies.
    Liv: I would draw on the fear of being in the woods and seeing a bear.
    Ravi: Or, seeing an actual zombie.
  • The inevitable joke when a pair of zombie actors on set complain about their work.
    Extra: You know what would be good? A zombie show where the zombie is the main character.
  • Also...
    Ravi: I don't get why they shoot in Seattle when the show is set in Portland.
    Liv: Tax breaks. explanation 
  • Liv practices lines with an actor, and the script reveals that he will be the new star of the show after the last one was murdered. When Clive comments that he knows who's going to be on the front of the next season's poster, Liv says "Thanks, but I'm happy in my current job". Also Liv's unscripted slapping of said actor during the rehearsal because "it just felt honest".

Episode 11: Fifty Shades of Grey Matter

Episode 12: Physician, Heal Thy Selfie

  • Blaine's wonderful Oh, Crap! reaction when he realizes Liv and Peyton know each other and Peyton is in on the zombie thing.
    Liv: Stop trying to make Team Z a thing.
    Peyton: Blaine was just telling me we could have something special.
    Liv: Aw, he swiped right.
  • Liv, on the brains of a social network nut, creates a vlog of... unboxing morgue supplies. It's not particularly popular, but it's far more popular than Ravi can understand.
  • Liv noting a hung-over Ravi. "You're a disgrace to your country's long history of functional lushes."
  • Liv's response to Drake's mother taking a photo of her.
    Liv: You have to tag me when you post that.
    Drake's mother: I have no idea what any of that means.

Episode 13: The Whopper

  • Clive finally admits that he notices Liv's personality changes, but assumes it's just part of her process. When he talks to Ravi about it, Ravi pretends he has no idea what he's talking about.
  • Blaine reuniting with his father's maid, Frieda
    Frieda: Still an insolent boy.
    Blaine: I blame my upbringing. I wasn't beaten enough as a child.
    Frieda: It remains my greatest regret.
    Blaine: Really? So you're over losing out to Eva Braun, huh?
  • A bit of Black Comedy, when Blaine is threatening Major:
    Blaine: I know where you live. I know where Liv, um, lives.
  • Blaine retrieves his father through a deal with Major and thaws him out, but he's done up makeup to make himself look older, and tells him it's been fifty years, that he missed the zombie apocalypse, the Rapture, the Ginger Rapture, and who knows what else. All to screw with his father - his main intended method of getting his father to do what he wants involves two of his minions with a grudge against the man and a number of DIY implements. All with Les Miserables in the background. Say what you will about Blaine, but the man has style.
    Blaine: We have to hurry before Dr. Zaius finds us. Winter is coming!
  • Mr. Boss in his day job as a CPA:
    Boss: I'm not disputing that Bonnie and Clyde are like family to you... but the IRS doesn't allow you to claim pit bulls as dependents.

Episode 14: Eternal Sunshine of the Caffeinated Mind

  • Ravi, upon being told that a quote is from Gandhi: "I know that. Of course I know that. I'm British. That manky old git cost us the crown jewel of the empire."
    • Made even funnier by the fact that Ravi is not only British, but of Indian heritage.
  • The murder, an air conditioner dropping on the victim's head, seen through a window, has something of a Black Comedy Looney Tunes feel to it.
  • Pam, Liv's cellmate from episode 8, returns, claiming innocence despite breaking into an apartment and being found smoking pot in the shower. She then continually implies Clive is racist for arresting her, despite them both being black.

Episode 16: Pour Some Sugar, Zombie

  • Peyton downright eager to have Liv down the brain of the stripper for info.
  • Liv on the stripper's brain trying to give an annoyed Peyton a lap dance and complaining about her best friend not finding her attractive.

Episode 17: Reflections of the Way Liv Used to Be

  • Liv storms into Boss' office demanding to know where Drake is. One of Boss' goons closes the blinds to beat on her. The secretary keeps working, indifferent to the sounds of the beating going on. Her reaction when Liv walks out unharmed is priceless.
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    Season 3 

Episode 1: Heaven Just Got a Little Bit Smoother

  • Major was locked out of the loop on Peyton having slept with Blaine, and wonders why Boss thought Blaine would go out of his way to save her. Everyone tries to brush past it, but Major won't let it go. Clive demonstrates why he was made detective by correctly guessing out loud what it was. Then everyone stares at him.
    Clive: Sounds to me like Miss Charles here was romantically involved with Blaine. Major: What?!
    Beat
    Clive: I'm sorry, was that not it?

Episode 2: Zombie Knows Best

  • Clive finally realizes how Liv has been feasting on the brains of crime scene victims. He begins with "you mean, every time you come to a crime scene, you're thinking..." Gilligan Cut to a grill being fired up in the morgue.
  • Major talks about wanting the dad's brains.
    Clive: You should eat the daughter's. Words I never thought I'd hear myself say.
    Ravi: The new normal.
    Clive: God, I hope not.
  • Liv ends up turning the brains into chili to pour onto hot dogs. Ravi just stands by, eating a bag of potato chips in boredom. He offers the bag to Clive, who just waves it off, staring in disbelief at all this.
  • Major eats the brain of a 15 year old girl. The result is a 35 year old man with the mind of the most stereotypical teenaged girl imaginable. It's worth every minute.
    Liv: I don't think Miley Perry Gomez wants her fans going deaf.
    Major: Oh my God, you are so embarrassing. Stop trying to be funny.
    Liv: Lower the music young man.
    Major: It's not even...
    Liv: (Sternly) Major.

Episode 4: Wag the Tongue Slowly

  • The usual brain-cooking montage is paused when one bit of brain gets stuck to the bottom of the bowl and has to be shaken loose.
  • Liv eats Cheryl's brain without being actually informed what the person was like this time, causing Clive to be really confused about her behaviour when she starts making weird assumptions about relationships between two agents. Later, when they interrogate one of the suspects, they are informed Cheryl was a huge gossiper. Cue Live and Clive collectively sayiong "Aaaaaaah, so that's what it is!"

Episode 5: Spanking the Zombie

  • Johnny Frost returns, and is hilarious as ever. Especially when he shares the screen with Amoral Attorney Brandt Stone.
  • The park sting operation. Between Ravi not enjoying his position as the boyfriend, Clive in an amazing ice-cream man suit, and Johnny Frost, it's a laugh riot.
  • Liv's interactions with Jimmy, the police sketch artist. They already don't like each other, and her dominatrix brain just freaks him out at first. ("When I want your advice, I'll beat it out of you. Now be a good little sketch bitch, and pick up that pad." "...Excuse me?") But then after a while, he starts to seem into it.
    Liv: Ask me another question, Jimmy, and I will put you over my knee.
    Jimmy: Really?

Episode 6: Some Like It Hot Mess

  • The Victim of the Week is a very flighty young woman; after eating her brain, Liv loses her cellphone and Ravi calls it so she can find it... she was working on a body and she was distracted by the Tove Lo song she was listening to - and the phone is inside the cadaver.
    Ravi (super-calmly): Scalpel.
    Liv: (pulls world's cutest "Oops" face).

Episode 7: Dirt Nap Time

  • Liv gets the brain of a preschool teacher, resulting in her talking to everyone like they're five years old while Clive desperately tries to keep things on the rails. The highlight is his no-look stopping her from bringing out a sock puppet for a guy weeping over his wife's affair.
    • Just the way she doodles in Clive's notebook. How dorky was this teacher?
    Liv (in full preschool mode): Clive, sometimes we work so hard solving murders that we forget to pat ourselves on the back! Wouldn't it be amazing if every time we caught a perp in a lie, or found a clue, we got a reward? [shows Clive his notebook] This star is for telling a spouse his partner was unfaithful. This smiley face is for your great bedside manner!
    • And then Clive finds a clue and proudly awards himself a star.
  • Also, when Major reveals that Justin is interested in Liv, Liv hesitates, for understandable reasons.
    Liv: Have you told him my boyfriend history?

Episode 9: Twenty-Sided, Die

  • A spectacular Brick Joke: Clive and Liv go through the sketch artist's book and find a picture he drew of Liv as a dominatrix.
  • Running on dungeon master brain and needing a vision, Liv gathers Ravi, Clive, Major and Peyton for an impromptu D&D game. And the group slowly but surely get into the whole thing. Especially Clive, AKA Earl the Dwarf.
    • Except Peyton who doesn't want anything to do with it from start to finish. Of course, Ravi - being Ravi - stops her attempt to kill off her own character.
    • Not only does Clive want to keep the D&D game as a weekly thing, but he wants to hold onto the game master brain to help out.
  • Blaine torturing his dad by tossing him some brain from an impotent proctologist.

Episode 10: Return of the Dead Guy

  • We finally get to see Liv going into a vision from the outside, as she abruptly goes into a dead thousand-yard stare in the middle of a conversation.
  • Liv, according to Peyton, once dumped a guy because his O-face made her laugh.
  • In order to activate a vision from the brain of a sub, Liv gets Peyton to dress in leather and spank her with...a spatula. The "I'm so over this" look on Peyton's face is what sells it. And then Liv gets Peyton to get into it by insulting her on not being good enough so Peyton is calling her an "undead slut" and ordering her to lick her shoe.
  • Then the brain lets Liv hallucinate her dead boyfriend Drake.
    Liv: I'm sorry, this must be so weird.
    Peyton: Oh, watching my zombie roommate talk to a ghost? That's what I call a Tuesday.
  • Clive finds Liv talking to an empty bin.
    Liv: I know this looks weird but there's a simple explanation. I ate the blue juice-soaked brain of James Weckler, the guy we put away for the murder of Roxanne Greer, the dominatrix. Weckler used to have visions of the wife he killed in a car crash and now I'm seeing Drake, my ex-boyfriend, who I thought might be a criminal but he was really an undercover police detective.
    • Topped by Peyton entering as Liv gets a vision and she and Clive just stand there waiting.

Episode 11: Conspiracy Weary

  • Liv on Conspiracy Theorist brain is amusing enough considering the amount of legitimate conspiracies that she and the group have had to deal with over the past few years. However, Don E. and Blaine have also eaten the guy's brain, which causes all three of them to go on wild rants about several topics, including a debate over whether Tupac Shakur is still alive.
  • Later, all three trigger the same vision at the same time. Only it's from Clive's point of view, so all three of them just pause in the middle of an argument at the exact same time.
    • The kicker? When they come out, all three of them are excited to tell Clive the new information... which he already had since it was something that was posted online.
  • One of the theories they have? That Tom Cruise is a zombie given he hasn't aged in 30 years and does all his own stunts.

Episode 12: Looking For Mr. Goodbrain, Part 1

  • A victim of the week is Ravi's ex, resulting in Liv getting visions of Ravi...in flagrante delicto. Her reactions are priceless.

Episode 13: Looking For Mr. Goodbrain, Part 2

  • The Choreographer Blue Brain are fed to the patrons of The Scratching Post. Hilarity Ensues as the clientele decide to undertake a dance routine, complete with Don E’s delight and Blaine’s disgust over the whole thing.
  • Liv and Clive need to get into Chase Graves' house and steal his dog's collar so they examine it for evidence. Liv drinks a can of SuperMax so she can jump the wall...and then yelps in surprise as she lands in the pool.
  • During the ending montage Mayor Baracus is reading to school children the same book George W. Bush was reading when informed about 9/11.
  • At the end of the episode, Ravi reveals to Liv that he's invented a vaccine that will keep people from being turned into zombies. He insists on using himself as the test subject, over Liv's objections, talking about how he just wants to make a lasting contribution to science...that will earn him a rich reward.
    (Liv gives in and scratches Ravi. Fade to Black.)
    Ravi: (Starts groaning like a Romero zombie )
    Liv: Ravi, don't be a dick.
    Ravi: Giggles.

    Season 4 

Episode 1: Are You Ready for Some Zombies?

  • Ravi eating a nudist's brain and spending half the episode walking around naked, freaking everyone out.
  • Liv's growing Seahawks obsession leads her to insist that one early suspect — a fan of a rival team — must be guilty, regardless of the evidence.
    • When the 49ers fan notes the Seahawks' infamous 2015 Super Bowl loss, it's enough to cause Liv to zombie out.
    Liv: It's...called...Beast Mode!
  • Peyton comes home to find Liv watching the NFL Combine and taking notes talking to other fans. When Liv turns around, her face is completely covered in Hawks makeup. Peyton (who has seen Liv's zombie face up close) lets out a yelp.

Episode 2: Blue Bloody

  • Instead of a meal, Liv mixes the victim's brain into a cocktail.
  • Clive's awkward conversation with Ravi about his sex life.
  • Clive clearly fighting to keep a calm face when Liv on the victim's brains spews one racist statement after another.
    • His reaction when she steps into the rear of his car and clearly expecting him to drive her like a chauffeur is priceless.
  • Liv taking on the woman's old-styled dresses and even hairstyle.
    Clive: This is Liv Moore. You might remember her as the star of Murder, She Wrote.
  • Liv comparing a handsome man to "a white Ricardo Montalban."
  • Liv telling Major in bed to "watch the hip."
    • She pulls something called "the Loni Anderson" that leaves Major wowed.
  • Liv even has a slow old woman walk complete with slight limp.

Episode 3: Brainless In Seattle, Part 1

  • Liv trying to help a man who just found out his girlfriend was murdered.
    Liv: I understand. Most of my boyfriends died in terrible ways too.
  • Liv gleefully suggesting a makeover for Ravi.
    • Followed by a full-on Makeover Montage. Liv is into it while Peyton at first humors them but then soon gets into it too.
    • All done to Rupaul's "Cover Girl"...at which point Major enters and turns the stereo off.
  • Liv tells Major she's met "the love of her life." Realizing she's on a brain, Major just replies he's going to make himself a burrito. Liv nearly cries "he is so brave."
  • When Liv is bummed out at being stood up, Peyton tries to cheer her up by getting them to play her favourite song. Apparently Liv's favourite song is "Space Jam".
  • The Running Gag of "Truly Madly Deeply" playing whenever a new man catches Liv's eye.
  • Liv is making wedding plans for a guy she barely knows as Peyton just keeps taking drinks. By the time it sinks in he's standing Liv up, they're before a stack of glasses, clearly a few in the bag.
    Peyton: Let's go dance.
    Liv: I'm afraid if I move, I'll miss Alan. Or vomit.
  • Liv imagines a kiss with a man at a bar to be slow and romantic. Ravi and Peyton see them flaying about in a mess
    Ravi: It's like watching R2-D2 stick his extension arm into the Grand Canyon.
  • Liv claiming that Clive won't eat soup dumplings "because they have too many secrets."
  • Liv is complaining about Clive's love life to the police sketch artist trying to get her to describe the coyote. He hands her the sketch and she kisses it. She then explains she was having him sketch the guy from the bar. He just rubs his wrist as he glares at her.

Episode 4: Brainless In Seattle, Part 2

  • Liv's "Dear Diary" voiceovers.
  • Liv calling Tim, the guy from the bar "My lobster."
  • Seeing Liv distracted, Clive asks if "that's Colin Firth," causing Liv to look up.
    Liv: You're a secret Mean Girl.
  • Blaine pushing Don E. to help out.
    Don: Because there is no "I" in billionaire! There's two
    Blaine: There's three.
    Don: The third is silent.
  • Liv making skulls kiss.
  • Clive realizing Liv is trying to set him up with another cop.
    Clive: Was that your attempt to orchestrate a Meet Cute?
    Liv: It was more of a mug cute.
    Ravi: Or a Me Cupla.
    Clive: Do not pounce into this The Parent Trap.
  • Blaine notes he saw Renegade in a vision at a laundromat.
    Don: Which one?
    Blaine: There's more than one? I'm rich, I don't know this stuff!
    Don: My mom still does my laundry.
  • Major on wrestler brain, having a heart-to-heart talk with Liv. Picture Randy Savage pouring his heart out to you.
  • The "Truly Madly Deeply" music cue, taken from the previous episode's running gag, applied to a vial of vanilla extract. It Makes Sense in Context.
  • Blaine on "loose lips" brain, which causes him to blurt out stuff no matter how unhelpful to him, from admitting he's underpaying his employees to admitting the poor quality of the food at his restaurant to his patrons.
    Blaine: You know I sleep totally naked?
    Don E: I'm not surprised.
  • Ravi's Chewing the Scenery acting for a sting operation.
    Liv: I love the new accent.
    Clive: That was a new accent?

Episode 5: Goon Struck

  • Major is forced to go on a road trip with Don. It goes as well as one might expect.
  • The gang are reporting to a Filmore-Graves agent who appears to have eaten the brain of a French police inspector. He thus goes around talking in an accent straight out of a 1930s mystery film and a period costume with the trio just staring.
  • Clive's gleefulness about the fact Liv is going to eat a Canadian hockey player's brain. This includes letting out a loud cry like some sort of forest bird.note  The looks on Liv and Ravi's faces are priceless.
    Liv: What is he doing? Clive, stop, stop that.
  • A mom asks Clive "which one is yours" about the kids on the ice. He points to the "little blonde one" as Liv nails a guy against the boards.
  • Ravi literally runs in to watch Liv playing on the ice. He even records it with her phone.
  • Liv has a vision that's literally just Gordy being pummelled. That distracts her enough to get nailed.
    • We then cut to Liv...now missing a few teeth. Later in the episode, the sight of this keeps creeping out Blaine during his interrogation.
    • Later, Ravi gives her a couple of teeth from a skull to use.
  • It's harder to tell what's funnier about Liv on the hockey player brain: Her ridiculous Canadian accent or how she seems more thick-headed throughout the case.
  • Clive has to hold Liv back from attacking Blaine.
    Liv: Why didn't you let me drop that bender like a bag of feed?
    Clive: Because I don't know what that means!
  • Liv eating brain poutine. Amazing.

Episode 6: My Really Fair Lady

  • The victim of the week is a rather intense theater director...played by Rachel Bloom.
    • And who's making the most of having a rather unique version of Protection from Editors...
      Victim: Look, bub, you’re in New York; I’m in Seattle. There is a militarized wall and 10,000 zombies between you and my stage. Good luck stopping me.
    • It turns out the show is reworking RENT with the zombie virus stepping in for the AIDS virus.
    • You don't hire Rachel Bloom and not have her do a wild song and dance number. In this case, she has to take on the lead when the actor's job calls and does a wild number reworking Rent songs with a zombie theme.
    • The kicker: It turns out there's less than a dozen people in the theater.
  • Liv feasts on her brains...with cinnamon rolls.
  • Liv doing jazz hands talking about a sexual harassment seminar.
  • The revelation that Johnny Frost is doing the seminar due to the fact that he was caught on air boasting of wanting to motorboat a fellow anchor, and this is court ordered.
    • Clive has to be the one to talk of filling out the forms as Liv on theater brain sings along to it.
    • Liv gets to be the "victim" in a role play of harassment. After doing various "warm-up" exercises, she takes on the "jerk" role to the point of Johnny feeling she's gone too far.
  • Liv organizes The Caper with a full on screenplay and pushing it hard as a director, complete with mocking the others on their bad acting to make them better.
  • Liv ridiculously overacts as a lost party girl.
    • Meta joke: Folks think the accent is a bit much when it's Rose McIver's real voice.
  • Ravi on junkie brain, going through withdrawal. At one point, he offers to "pleasure" Major in exchange for money for drugs, freaking him out.

Episode 7: Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Brain

  • The caption over the player corpse says ASHES TO ASHES, THRUST TO THRUST.
  • Liv on douchebag brain constantly hitting on people.
    • When she's leaving an interrogation:
    Liv: Tell Ravi that I'm going to tap some ass.
    Clive: Sure, let me get that down. (starts writing) Tap. That. Ass.
    Liv: Amateur night is over boys. Time to get our nasty.
    • Liv's idea of small talk:
    Liv: I can get any D I want in this place.
    Ravi: I think most of the guys here are human.
    Liv: They won't be when I'm making them their brains for breakfast. Just kidding, I wouldn't let them stay for breakfast.
    Clive: I'm a newly-turned zombie. What's the first thing I do?
    Clive: (thinks about it, shrugs) Okay, what's the second thing I do?
  • Peyton and Ravi are downright ecstatic to discover Clive is on Tinder. Then realizing how out of his league he is with it.
    Peyton: Did you delete your matches?
    Clive: What matches?
    Peyton: This is bad. This is very bad.
    • Clive's Tinder picture? His police academy graduation photo where he's standing next to a seven foot tall cop.
    • Clive's idea of "small talk" with potential dates to to babble about some horrible crime scenes.
    Ravi: Clive should be himself only fun and less tightly-wound. No, Clive should be another person. A better person.
  • Liv decides to get out of the bar.
    Liv: I'm going to catch that D.
    Ravi: I'm going to go home and make love to my girlfriend.
    Liv: Don't be gross.
  • Liv goes to see Levon to check on their work.
    Levon: Was that before or after you texted me "down to duck?"
    Liv: I sent that text to like, ten other guys, don't read into it.
    • The next day, one of Clive's captains asks why he got that very text.
  • Liv's hat fetish while on the brain.
    Clive: They have mirrors in the bathroom? So you saw yourself and you put the hat back on?
  • Liv meets Angus, and is shocked to learn he's Blaine's father. Then downright dumbfounded when he starts singing Blaine's praises, including helpfully mentioning that he's single.
  • Liv taking a moment to remember sleeping with Chase and snapping "it's over, dude!" when he shows up.
  • Don cuts off Dino's head, which is still able to talk (what with being a zombie and all). Don says he's going to mail the head to Gwyneth Paltrow, which even Dino thinks is hilarious.
  • How did the killer poison the victim of the week's condoms? She dressed up as a giant condom and handed out free samples, making sure he got the poisoned ones.

Episode 8: Chivalry Is Dead

  • Finding a corpse in armor, Ravi hopes it's a time traveler.
    Clive: Let's hope for an answer based more on reality.
    Ravi: I'm sure you'll find one once the zombie medical examiner eats his brain.
  • Liv prepares the victim brain with a massive lavish feast.
    Ravi: Just a reminder, this is a lunch hour.
  • Liv on the LARPer brain talking like someone from the 13th century and ridiculously over the top accent.
    • She actually bends a knee before Clive, who she insists on calling "my lord/liege" for his leadership.
    Liv: My sword and mine life are thine!
    Clive: You don't have a sword. Or a life, if we're being technical.
    • Live introduces herself to the other LARPers.
    Liv: I am Olivia of Seattle. Examiner of the ex-animate. Vision-haver for the guard. Zombie of the festive vessel.
    Clive: Detective Babineaux, Seattle PD, Homicide. Normal talker.
  • Told the dead victim was human, one guy starts to sing like a minstrel only to be told "shut it, Chuck!"
  • Liv has the habit of using about a dozen words more than needed and in a poetic flourish.
    Clive: I was thinking the same thing, just in a less annoying way.
  • Liv puts coins on the corpse's eyes.
    Clive: It was that or she fill his chest cavity with hay.
  • Major on a cowboy brain while at a bar.
    • It turns out that the "fine print" on the brains was that these were actually born again riders which meant they didn't want to indulge in women, to Don-E's annoyance.
  • Blaine complains about a guy called "Crybaby Carl" but Don-E assures him that the guy just has faulty tear ducts and "he's a sociopath. In a good way."
    • Blaine, Don-E, and Mr. Boss indulging in some Black Comedy commentary as they watch Angus' followers devour a prison bus full of people.
    Boss: They're eating that guy's brains right out of his head. They didn't even kill him first.
    Blaine: Pretty sure he's dead.
    Boss: His leg's still twitching.
    (offscreen scream)
    Blaine: Okay, now he's dead.

Episode 9: Mac-Liv-Moore

  • Ravi compares the murdered bus victims torn apart to "Satan's Jigsaw Puzzle."
  • Enzo Lambert, the French Filmore-Graves inspector returns, with his accent now so thick that he needs subtitles.
    • Liv and Ravi mock him by throwing random French phrases at him.
      • Ultimately Ravi just starts hurling abuse, calling him a "frog bastard", at which point Liv has to hold him back.
  • Don-E eating a Hollywood Nerd's brain, becoming socially awkward and throwing Technobabble around, to Blaine's annoyance.
  • Crybaby Carl turns out to be Happily Married, to Blaine's surprise.
    Don-E: He's jealous and she's built like Jessica Rabbit, to be warned.
  • Liv on rapper brain, making her slo-mo entrance into the interrogation room wearing a jumpsuit she found in the lost and found while rap music plays over.
  • Ravi, Clive, and a few others taking advantage of the lockdown to play a round of D&D at the precinct.
    • Ravi telling Major to bring him a briefcase that apparently contains some very important material. It turns out to be a small D&D figurine; Major is very annoyed at being pulled away from the lockdown for something like this, and gets even by texting Peyton about the D&D game, since Ravi lied and said he was taking a nap.
    • Also, Major wonderfully snarks on them doing this while he's hunting a murderer, causing Clive to mutter "I catch a murderer every week..."
  • Major shows up to drop off a package for Ravi. He soon has two of his recruits showing up and arguing over how they were hooking up and one thought it was more serious. Liv tries to play counselor while on the rap brain as Major can barely contain himself.

Episode 10 - Yipee Kai Brain, Motherscratcher!

  • Dale mentions that after eating the mayor's brain, "I've had so many disgusting visions of this place, I'm considering a lobotomy."
  • The gag fans have waited years for: Liv just picks Lou's brain off the scales and takes a bite out of it.
    Liv: What? I didn't feel like cooking.
  • Liv acting up every single Rabid Cop cliche, including "i'm not a cop anymore", ignoring she was never one in the first place.
    Clive: Where the hell did you get a gun?!
  • That bizarre emo hacker talks about whoever set up the auction has to be a "genius with no peers." Gilligan Cut to Don-E stretching out his shirt while singing a march.
    Blaine: Are you dumb doing this or am I dumb watching it?
  • Liv is told she's "on suspension" and throws up a file which causes papers to fly around Dale's office.
  • Liv slides on her sunglasses ala David Caruso in CSI: Miami and makes a "quip". As she leaves, we hear what sounds like a loud scream...which is Dale's partner stubbing his toe.
  • In an utterly beautiful Leaning on the Fourth Wall moment, Ravi complains about an episode of Zombie High from "when they ran out of money so you just had them talking about stuff that happened and not showing it." Cut to Clive telling Liv an exciting story of chasing a suspect.

Episode 11 - Insane In the Germ Brain

  • Don-E on director brain.
  • Clive's Oh, Crap! look when he learns the victim was a germaphobe. Cue Liv entering wearing gloves and wiping down everything in sight.
  • When a suspect sneezes, Liv leans so far back to avoid it that she flips her chair over.

Episode 12 - You've Got To Hide Your Liv Away

  • After talking to Cpt. Hobbs during an surpirse vist, Major returns tending to a bed-ridden Jordan and we get this hilarious exanange between Major and Jordan.
    Jordan: Who was that?
    Major: That was Captain Hobbs.
    Jordan(grumpy): What did that wormy kiss-up want?
    Major: He wants to overthrow Chase and install me as the new commander.
    Jordan(face lights up): I mean what did that brilliant strategist and white knight of the rebellion want?

  • Ravi on Valley Girl brains.
  • Liv and Major on brains that make them act like characters from a 1950s sitcom.
  • That French Filmore-Graves inspector shows up.
    Ravi: I hate him but I love the cape.

Episode 13 - And He Shall Be a Good Man

  • Peyton wonders if Ravi should have told her about Liv before they slept together.
    Ravi: It only set us back...10 minutes?
    Peyton: Not even.

     Season 5 

Episode 1: Thug Death

  • Blaine telling the two ladies in his bed to wait for him. He then says he's on "a marathon brain" and to invite another friend.
  • Ravi on the brain of a mob enforcer. All of it.
    • Especially meeting Crybaby.
    • And going after Johnny Frost for daring to stroke Peyton's hair on a TV interview.
  • Blaine's ridiculous car ads.
  • Dale pushing Clive to find her some chocolate while on the job. Clive makes it clear chocolate is almost as rare as gold in Seattle these days.
  • Blaine offers a bribe to Clive and Liv to find the killers.
    Blaine: Come on, it's Blaine Time!
    Liv: Who had six months in the "Blaine speaks in the third person" pool?

Episode 2: Dead Lift

  • The return of Enzo Lambert whose French accent is still so thick people can barely understand him.
  • Liv on Fitness Nut brain.
    Clive: You are not going to make me the Hans to your Franz.
  • Liv eager to exercise in any way, including power kicks and squats while Clive talks to a witness.
    • And doing pull-ups in the morgue.
    • Also giving health advice to Ravi to last longer in bed with Peyton.
  • Ravi then gets on the brain of a fancy eater right before D&D night.

Episode 3: Five, Six, Seven, Ate!

  • A title card: "I Wanna Dance With Some Zombie".
  • The idea of a reality dance show offering the prize of two tickets out of Seattle.
  • Liv on ballroom dancer brains.
  • When Clive says folks will recognize her easily, Liv just shrugs "I'll wear a wig." And it works.
  • Clive and Dale at lamaze class where of course, Clive has to write down all the information like it's a crime scene.
  • Ravi baffled how something called "The Lazy Squid" has a dance floor.
  • Ravi and Liz's dance at the club. How Liv is rocking like a gifted dancer while Ravi just stands there.
    Rival Dancer: Look at him. He's giving nothing away.
  • Liv and Clive give Ravi dance lessons in the morgue.
    Ravi: I think Clive just got me pregnant.
    • The montage of the lessons suddenly cutting short to reveal that Dale has walked in with a WTF look on her face. The trio then awkwardly talk with her about the unrelated case she came about, and then she quickly leaves.
  • When Liv is hit by a vision, Ravi has to continue the dance himself. It...does not go well.
  • Ravi shows up at a crime scene still in his dance studio outfit.

Episode 4 - Dot Zom

  • Liv on the brain of a "rational" scientist interrupts the thinking of others.
    Clive: Okay, so it's going to be like that, huh?
  • Liv insists on "it's all data."
    Liv: You could design a system, you'd have the mechanism to collect crime data, physical evidence, testimony, data, relationships, motive. A smart algorithm analyzes, voila.
    Ravi: Congratulations. You just invented the police.
  • Clive's horrible covering for Liv's vision by claiming "forensics can dust a whiteboard now."
  • Blaine insisting he's great at business as "I attended Wharton for a semester and a half."
    • Blaine using capoeira to singlehandedly fight off some Dead-Enders harassing his patrons? Awesome. Having a Brazilian band provide the music while he really gets into the dance part of it? Hilarious.

Episode 5 - Death Moves

  • A woman showing up at an "'80s party" in a fancy dress.
    Girl: You said '80s. You never said which century.
  • Harris telling Blaine "I know you, you used to play Doogie Howser!"
  • Clive takes a fall at the crime scene but insists on staying on task even while on a stretcher.
    Ravi: You can't be detecting with a broken back! You're not Batman!
    Clive: You don't know that.
  • Clive wants to talk about the "old guy" next door the kids at a party mentioned but is injured.
    Ravi: Liv is an O.G. zombie. I once took a kickboxing course. I'm sure together we can handle some old crank.
    • And then the "old crank" turns out to be Blaine.
  • Instead of some wildly over the top persona, Liv instead has the subtle and scheming mind of a Ferris Bueller type
  • Liv appears to be Breaking the Fourth Wall ala Ferris...and instead she's talking on her phone to Clive.
    • Clive is high on painkillers in bed and thus inserting wacky noises in the middle of an interrogation.
  • Liv and Ravi discover Steve enjoys taking "mid-day naps" in the morgue when they're not around.
  • Liv grabs a phone message meant for Clive.
    Liv: I don't work for Clive!
    Ravi: You do, actually!
  • Steve is half-asleep when Liv asks if he can hack the victim's account.
    Steve: Can a thing that's known for doing a thing do that very thing?
    • And it turns out the password was "iwanttotouchyourmonkey."
  • Liv "cranking up a notch" a cop's birthday.

Episode 6 - The Scratchmaker

  • Blaine's biggest issue with being in prison? The rec room is playing the "edited-for-TV version of Snakes on a Plane."
  • Brandt's excellent legal advice to Blaine.
    Brandt: Okay, fun fact: No one in the history of the criminal justice system has ever gotten off as a result of a witticism or zinger. Don’t. Speak.
  • Realizing Liv is on the matchmaker's brains, Don E knocks glasses over, hoping to trigger a vision to help his own love life.
  • What can be worse than Blaine forced to room with Don E? The discovery that the man still lives with his mother.
    Blaine: If you don't stop speaking, the scream I will utter with shatter the universe.
  • Ravi can't believe Liv on matchmaking brains is trying to take credit for putting him and Peyton together.
    Ravi: You did everything to keep us apart!
    Liv: So you would have to fight to be together! All part of my plan!
  • Ravi brags about getting a pair of night vision goggles delivered to his house. Major dryly points out he "commands a para-military force" and could have gotten those for free.
  • Liv is too busy watching Clive and Dale having a moment together to hear the murderer confessing.
  • When Blaine goes to see someone with the special "zombie cure brain," her roommate opens the door, takes one look at Blaine and screams.

Episode 7 - Filletted to Death

  • Ravi is just as eager as the restaurant owner for Liv to eat the chef's brains and find out the secret to her recipes.
  • Liv on the chef's brains is so ultra-perfectionist that a police officer is terrified giving her a new cup of coffee when she complains about the last one.
    • She also chastises the misspelling on reports.
  • Charlie neglecting to tell Ravi that her sister, Lyla, is her twin sister who's the complete opposite in personality.
  • Liv realizing the pork loin was the murder weapon as it was found thawed by warm beet and "who does that?"
  • Liv takes a sip from a machine marked "Tasty Coffee." She then punches it with "you lie!"
  • A chef defends how he lost a job as a chef when he became a zombie.
    Suspect: It's hard to prepare gourmet food when your taste buds are shot.
    Liv: Beethoven was deaf. Suck it up.
  • Charlie and Lyla bond.
    Lyla: Have you ever seen the movie The Notebook, by the way?
    Charlie: Everybody’s seen The Notebook.
    Lyla: I hadn’t. I was perfectly happy. Now Ryan Gos-ling is ruined for me. See? I almost just cried when I said his name.
  • The waiter at the diner, rattling off the types of brains offered like they're any other dish.

Episode 8 - Death of a Car Salesman

  • Liv and Ravi discuss the victim's death in a car crash.
    Ravi: Cars can be possessed. Look at Herbie.
    Liv: Herbie wasn't possessed, you're thinking of Christine. Herbie was the Love bug.
  • Clive pushes Liv and Ravi to take part in the annual raffle.
    Ravi: What's the prize?
    Clive: A mountain bike.
    Ravi: The mountains are on the other side of the wall.
    Clive: Then don't win the contest.
  • Once on the car salesman brains, Liv and Ravi spend the entire episode trying to one-up each other on raffle tickets to making the best grilled cheese.
    • This includes the two coming in, each with toothpick in their mouth, to bluntly interrogate the widow.
  • Liv tries to get Steve to buy tickets.
    Liv: I'll give you a deal, ten for ten bucks!
    Steve: That's not a deal, that's how much they cost.
    Ravi: Straight deal, 20 tickets for a Jackson. (spits on hand to offer it to Steve).
    • They then try to offer deals to Clive, who just winces and walks away.
  • Don E calling his mom "Mom E."
  • By the mid-point of the episode, Ravi and Liv are in suits, Ravi speaking on a Bluetooth while Liv is counting out cash in her hands.
  • The victim's co-workers are brought in...which means there are half a dozen people making pitches on cars to the cops in the squad room.
  • Clive tells Liv to help him talk to the general manager. Liv pauses to give the "Loser" hand sign to Ravi before following him.
  • Don E wanders out of the men's room with a bucket and gloves.
    Don E: Burrito Mondays are officially canceled.
  • After all that work, Liv and Ravi ending up tied for the bike...which neither wants.

Episode 9 - The Fresh Princess

  • Peyton and Ravi break into Don E's mom's basement to search for the tainted Utopium that Scott E hid there. After a few minutes of sneaking around the darkened basement, they suddenly turn and see Blaine quietly sitting in the corner watching them.
    Blaine: You guys really suck at this.
    • Ravi tries to mock Blaine for having to live in the basement, which is undercut by him earlier admiring some of the furniture.
    Blaine: I heard you complimenting my lamp. No taksie-backsies.
    • Peyton agrees to Blaine's demands (the return of his impounded cars and a handicapped parking spot) in exchange for his help in the search, only to later reveal to a gleeful Ravi that as she's being fired from her position as acting mayor, she's not going to be able to keep up her side of the bargain.
  • Liv on the brains of a beauty pageant contestant from the 90s. Among other things, she uses a vision board to map out the crime of the week, and keeps giving cliched inspirational speeches.
  • Clive and Liv arguing on what "ironic" actually means.
  • A suspect is trying to get a network deal for her "zombie house flipping" show.
  • Don E's attempt to "go undercover" with the Dead Enders.
    Ravi: I'm sorry, I didn't know you were auditioning for a production of On the Waterfront.
  • Don E and Darcy's Epic Fail of helping Major which involves scaring a woman off a building to her death.
    Major: Did you do anything to stop her?
    Darcy: We said stop.
    Major: Did you check for ID?
    Don E: Wow, you're good at this.

Episode 10 - Night and the Zombie City

  • Ravi loves the idea of Liv feasting on a private eye's brains.
    Ravi: Ravi: Clive, you’ll be the perpetually annoyed cop who’s a thorn in Liv’s side. Not much of a stretch, really. And I’ll be the faithful assistant, loyal to a fault but forever destined to be taken for granted. Also not much of a stretch.
  • A nice Leaning on the Fourth Wall moment as a witness complains about how dimly lit the interrogation room is (to fit the noir setting) and Clive explains a bulb blew in a storm.
  • Clive just sighing as he accepts how Liv is going to be looking off into the distance and making dramatic talk like she's doing a voiceover.
  • Liv's fantastic overdramatic playing a PI.
    Clive: Go home, get some sleep.
    Liv: I’ll sleep when I’m dead.
    Clive: You’re already dead.
    Liv: We’re all already dead, Clive. We just don’t know it yet.
    Clive: ...cool.
  • Liv talks on a clue going south.
    Liv: She’s in the wind. And Bunny ain’t talking. Corpses are funny that way.
    Ravi: Uh… there’s a lot we can deduce from a body. That’s literally our job.
    Liv: My job is piecing together who popped this pearl skirt and why.
    Clive: Yeah. Mine too.
    Ravi: I also aim to solve murders.
  • Ravi's pathetic attempt at a noir voiceover.
    • Off that, the fact that after doing voiceovers so much in past episodes, Liv just recites these out loud where everyone can hear her.
  • Liv yanking an old-styled sap out of her coat to smack Blaine in the face.
  • Drunk Peyton doing "I Love It" at karaoke. Which ends her with literally dropping the mic and then punching a guy to set off a Bar Brawl while Liv and Blaine finally go at it in a wild kitchen fight.
    Don E: Seriously?! On karaoke night?
  • Ravi demands to be there the next time the duo start a bar fight. Not to take part but to watch.

Episode 11 - Killer Queen

  • Liv cooks the brain as a cake complete with crackling candle.
  • Liv on drag queen brain means a fancy dress and diva attitude.
    Liv: Clive, when have I ever been anything but professional?
  • Ravi thinks Liv is more low-key then he expected.
    Liv: Like I would be interested in the input of someone whose style can best be described as "British boy school CPR mannequin."
  • Liv has a vision of the killer in a Cher wig and she and the suspect debate "which Cher" it was.
    Liv: Straight so clearly not Mermaids.
    Suspect: Moonstruck?
    Liv: None of the '80s Chers, we can say that with certainty...
    • She then storms out demanding a cop bring in photos of the drag club and "Find me all the Chers!"

Episode 12 - Bye, Zombies

  • After Ravi very dramatically lists all the security measures at the CDC keeping anyone from getting to the Utopium that's key to the zombie cure, we get this:
    Major: Is all that real, or did you just make that up so you could do that Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible voice?
    Ravi: ...Both.
  • When Clive enters the Renegade safe house for the first time, he's surprised that the secret entrance really does emerge out of a closet.
    • Later, when Blaine and Don E break in, the latter has the same reaction.
  • For the first stage of their plan, Ravi is on Russian hacker brain, complete with ridiculous accent and such an Insufferable Genius attitude that Liv quickly quickly gets annoyed with it.
  • Liv, on master criminal brain, keeps stealing stuff during the party the group is infiltrating, to Clive's immense annoyance. Especially when she reveals she stole his watch without him noticing, just to prove a point.
    • Clive has to distract a mark during the party, and goes from very blatantly trying to keep her busy to getting really into character on the dance floor.
  • Liv talking to Clive on the plan.
    Liv: Once I fan the mark, I'll tug my dress strap. Left strap means leather in the pit. Right strap, the prat. Both straps, I'm legit adjusting my dress. I can dip without a stall if you'd rather by my runner but if I'm working single, I'll need a spot to dump my poke cause I can't fit much more into this bra.
  • Liv tries to hand some of her stuff to Clive.
    Clive: We are in the South now. You do not put stolen jewelry into a black man's pocket.
    Liv: It's not in your pocket.
    Clive: I've just made a terrible mistake.

Episode 13 - All's Well That Ends Well

  • Liv is worried the lady next to her on the plane recognizes her. She then realizes the woman thinks she's Kristen Bell.
  • In a Black Comedy way, the fact that Blaine and Don E now get to spend the rest of their un-dead lives stuck together at the bottom of a well.
  • Enzo threatens Johnny with the guillotine.
    Johnny: If you could schedule that for before I write my monthly alimony check...

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