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Recap / I Zombie S 4 E 2 Blue Bloody

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A rich socialite, who always spoke her mind no matter whom it offended, is murdered by one of her assistants; Liv adopts her personality while looking into the case with Clive. While at work on the front-line, Fisher and Jordan, accompanied by Major, witness a group of young adults ganging up on a zombie-friendly restaurant and step in, putting Jordan at risk. Meanwhile, Angus' priesthood attains a cult following as he roams around the streets preaching.


  • Actually Pretty Funny: Liv can't help but giggle when Ravi is tricked into entering a dryer, thinking it holds an escape tunnel.
  • Blatant Lies: All the victim's servants talk of how much they loved her as she was a wonderful woman. Having seen just how utterly horrible Liv is on that woman's brain, Clive knows they're lying through their teeth.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: As they can't be "intimate" due to her being a zombie, this is how Clive and Dale handle their "issues."
  • Gosh Darn It to Heck!: Liv on the victim's brains complains "Raggle fraggle rigging frakety frack!"
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Subverted with the victim of the week. While she left all of her servants a million dollars each, it's clear she treated them with absolute contempt. She also didn't give one 20,000 to save her son's life.
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  • Mercy Kill: After being scratched, a gang leader reminds a friend of "our pact" to get shot in the head rather than become a zombie.
  • Noble Bigot with a Badge: Liv is even more racist on this brain than she was on the one in "Grumpy Old Liv." Clive displays the patience of a saint dealing with it.
  • Religion of Evil: Angus creates one of these by combining Christianity with zombie supremicism.
  • Rich Idiot With No Day Job: The brain of the current victim of the week.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Liv first steps into the rear of a car as if expecting Clive to drive her like a chauffeur and he snaps "not now or ever, Ms. Daisy."
    • Clive introduces Liv (wearing old lady style clothing) as "you might remember her from Murder, She Wrote."
    • In a rare crack, Clive notes a huge diamond the victim is wearing in a painting by saying "I thought that went down with the Titanic."
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  • Too Dumb to Live: The local gang leader trying to bribe a pack of zombies with money.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Angus becomes one of these as he starts giving free brains away to the starving zombies of Seattle.


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