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Thug Death
Season 5, Episode 1
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Air date May 2, 2019
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Thug Death is the first episode of Season 5 and the 59th episode of the series overall. It aired on May 3, 2019

Synopsis

YOUR FAVORITE ZOM-COM-ROM-DRAM IS BACK FOR ITS FINAL SEASON! – While investigating a murder case with no body and no brain to eat, the only evidence Liv (Rose McIver) and Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) have to work with is a grainy video and a little bit of blood found at the crime scene. Meanwhile, Blaine (David Anders) is up to his old tricks.

Plot

TBA

Cast

Main Cast

Guest Starring

Zombie Traits/Skills

  • Thumb Breaker Barnes: Aggressive and controlling.

Brain Food

Spaghetti and Brain:

  • Liv proceeds to cook the brain and then goes into the fridge, Ravi comes in, unaware that the brain that is cooking is about to be Liv's food, and eats it with spaghetti.

Comic Panel Titles

  • SIX MONTHS LATER
  • BRAIN DRAIN
  • SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
  • PRECAUTIONARY TRAIL
  • KID FRIENDLY
  • BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED SOLDIERS
  • OK, COMPUTER

Title Meaning

  • Thug Death is a joke title of "Thug Life"

Trivia

  • Ravi diagnoses Crybaby Carl's condition as due to being from improperly healed scar tissue in his tear ducts..
  • Ravi's contact at the CDC learns that a cure can be made without the use of tainted Utopium. However, it needs the brains of teenagers with Isobel's disease; thus it would put targets on the terminally ill children.
  • The title sequence now has Blaine and Don E slicing a brain together. The caption reads "The Enemies".
  • New Seattle has fallen further into disarray.
    • The government is barely sending food supplies, as shown with the gas station barely havinh anything.
    • Human supremacists are getting bolder now that Chase's previous strongarm laws were abolished.
    • Humans are being allowed to leave, but only if they have dying or sick reasons; either themselves of their families.
      • Major refused to let a woman who got trapped in New Seattle leave despite the fact she's not a real resident; she's likely been living in a hotel.

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