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Recap / I Zombie S 4 E 4 Brainless In Seattle Part 2

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Still riding the hopeless romantic brain, Liv and Clive continue to hunt the coyote killing the rich humans trying to get into and out of New Seattle. Meanwhile, Major is still trying to track down the video of his cadet, Jordan, scratching a human in full-rage mode and Blaine, using the brain of a loose-lipped zombie-turned-human, tries to track down the coyote Renegade.

  • Affectionate Parody: The entire episode is structured as an episode of Sex and the City
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  • Call-Back: Renegade mentions that she met Liv way back in Season 1 when her husband was murdered in the morgue. She also tried to tell the police about zombies, but she was meeting with Lt. Suzuki.
  • Cannot Keep a Secret: Blaine and Don E eat the brains of a blabbermouth and thus tend to overshare facts for the episode.
  • Character Check: Renegade's story reminds the audience that Blaine isn't just a Lovable Rogue but a man who is genuinely evil.
  • Cry for the Devil: Under the influence of blabbermouth brains, Blaine admits that he has never been happy. Not once in his life, even as a kid. However, considering he's pretty much The Sociopath by this point (see above), don't expect too many tears to be shed.
  • Dark Messiah: Angus has positioned himself as such and Major's reaction tells the audience they should be genuinely scared.
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  • I Am Very British: Ravi's cover identity is so British it hurts.
  • No Indoor Voice: Major, when he's on blue wrestler brains.
  • Polyamory: Clive and Dale are in one of these. He's not happy about it.
  • Reality Ensues: Clive's reaction to the above. He wants Dale to be happy, and he's trying to be accepting. It still hurts him to see her in the arms of another man.
  • Religion of Evil: It seems increasingly the case with Angus' zombie faith.
  • Repetitive Name: Turns out Tim's full name is Tim Timmerson.
  • Sarcastic Confession: Blaine admits to being a crime lord to the D.A. He thinks it is all a joke.
  • Wanting Is Better Than Having: What Liv finds out about romance on her current brain.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Tucker tries to bond with his zombie hating friends but can't because he's become a zombie himself.


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