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Liv, Clive and Ravi investigate the suspicious death of Cornell Piercey, the head of Piercey Corp, a successful traffic app company. Melissa Schultz, Cornell's ex-girlfriend, is now running the company, makes an interesting reveal to Liv and Clive. Meanwhile, Peyton is focusing on maintaining positive zombie PR in the city. Lastly, Blaine is intrigued when he meets Al Bronson of Bluster Magazine, as she is not at all what he was expecting.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of iZombie from 582 votes.
Liv, on fitness guru brains, and Clive continue investigating a murder with no body and no evidence. Meanwhile, Peyton approaches councilman Zed with a request but doesn't get the answer she was hoping for. Lastly, Liv surprises Major with a thoughtful gesture just when he needs it the most.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of iZombie from 600 votes.
While investigating a murder case with no body and no brain to eat, the only evidence Liv and Clive have to work with is a grainy video and a little bit of blood found at the crime scene. Meanwhile, Blaine is up to his old tricks.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of iZombie from 710 votes.
Liv and Ravi each consume the brain of a very dislikable car salesman and inherit his competitive nature.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of iZombie from 537 votes.
After an artist is murdered, Liv not only picks up his visions, she picks up traces of his passion and begins to see things in a more inspired way. Meanwhile, Blaine connects with Liv, and Liv tries to connect with Major.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of iZombie from 2457 votes.
When Clive identifies a John Doe in the morgue as one of his former criminal contacts from his days on the vice squad, Liv is surprised that Clive is so quick to refuse her help in solving the murder. Liv and Ravi investigate on their own which puts them in a precarious situation. Liv’s problems continue to mount when Major begins searching for a roommate and she believes he’s considering a cute co-ed.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of iZombie from 2043 votes.
It’s a real-life game of 'Clue' for Liv after she eats the brains of a despicable dowager and must determine which one of her disgruntled servants killed her. Clive and Bozzio are struggling to maintain a healthy relationship. Meanwhile, circumstances place Major and Liv in opposition to one another.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of iZombie from 1131 votes.
Love is in the air after Liv eats the brains of a hopeless romantic, and she can’t stop herself from meddling in Clive’s relationship. Major and Liv continue to try to work through their differences. Meanwhile, Blaine is approached with an interesting offer.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of iZombie from 1066 votes.
After consuming the brain of the ultimate matchmaker, Liv is determined to find the perfect match for Major. Meanwhile, Blaine will stoop to any level to protect himself. Lastly, Don E contemplates an interesting offer.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of iZombie from 549 votes.
Liv and Babineaux investigate a hit-and-run case and discover the victim was a hit man responsible for the murder of a tech entrepreneur, a case that Peyton is prosecuting. Meanwhile, Liv makes a surprising discovery about someone from her past, and Peyton is shocked by Liv's reaction when Major moves on with his life.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of iZombie from 2201 votes.
Last updated: feb 24, 2021
I was pleasantly surprised by this. The synopsis makes it sound boring but once you watch it, its pretty entertaining.
It's based on an existing comic, so somehow I don't think that's how that went down.
### Synopsis The main character Liv Moore dies and comes back as a zombie. She changes her entire way of life and starts to work in a morgue where she can get all the brains she needs. Every time she eats a brain, she gets visions and abilities or properties from the deceased and with those she helps a detective solve cases where those original brain owners were involved in. Pretty straightforward synopsis and if you can accept the "_eat brain, get visions/abilities_" premise of this show you're in for a great treat. ### The Great Treat Most of all the writing is consistent. The plots aren't stupidity driven as they are on major network shows these days, nor are the plots dragged out with nonsense you don't care about. The acting is believable, the actors play likable characters and those have depth. They aren't cardboard characters or dull stereotypes, they all have their backstory and purpose. While this is an adaption of a comic there are apparently issues to overcome. For example filling the time that you have in a TV format with dialogues. I haven't read the comics and can't comment on how faithful the series is overall but it definitely delivers the concept very well without having to know the comic. Comedy is rather subtle here but usually very sweet. The humour comes often from the brains Liv eats and are situational. Matching that comedy you get here and there fitting popculture references, like a very dark humorous, self ironic and absolutely brilliant Fight Club reference. ### Oh, Another Show With Zombies... Especially shows with zombies are more and more frowned up on these days. People are slowly fed up with stories involving zombies. But this one takes a different approach. As of yet (S01E10) there is no humans vs zombies, no apocalypse, just a how does a zombie try to live a normal, daily live kind of situation. Spiced up with brain induced antics, murder cases and a plot involving the commercial exploitation of zombies, in a way at least. ;) Each episode involves therefore a new case, a case that usually in some way is linked to the overall plot and therefore a new piece to the puzzle of the show. On the other hand, because there's no apocalypse here, this show is not an action driven show. Nor is it a show where you can completely shut off your brain but I'd say it would work as a calm down kind of show. You had an exhausting/stressful day at work, school, university, etc. and need to calm down, get your minds off things in the evening? Watch iZombie. Due to the aforementioned, it is a rather lighthearted not too serious show but it definitely is very enjoyable. Personally this show, after the sad and undeserved cancellation of Forever, is my most favourite airing show. ### Although Since it is a lighthearted show that doesn't take itself very serious at times - in smart ways nontheless - it may not please everyone. The cast seems a tad too young but I wouldn't go as far as to say there are miscast persons on this show as there are on other, bigger shows. When you dislike the synopsis, or think it sounds cheesy, that may be your right to say or think, but I think you misjudge this TV show very much and miss out on an incredibly enjoyable show that doesn't insult your intelligence with plots that get more and more ludicrous with each episode. Something bigger networks try more and more these days with each new show. Charming shows like these are sadly a dying kind.
great .... great.... i wish that cw continue ....
at first I wasn't sure, but now it's one of my favorite shows *-*
iZombie is way cooler than any other DC-adaptation TVshows, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow etc. Looking forward to the third season.
This show is great! So glad CW decided to renew this for S3!!
You wouldn't expect much of the show because of the silly name, but it is a really good show. It isn't the same vibe of twd but it's really good.
A not so fresh... yet fresh approach. Zombies- definitely not fresh. Y'know, It's been a while since I discovered Zombies...and all I can do now is vomiting at the sight of a Zombie. But, this show is kinda fresh, I enjoy the comedy here. On my watchlist! Give it a try... you may have to force yourself in the first 5-10mins if you're not a fan of comedy/family drama, but it's worth it- at least I think it is.
I can just hear the guys in the boardroom at The CW.. "We need a zombie show!" "OK How about this, this girl becomes a zombie, then to stay human she eats brains, but then gains the memories of the person she just ate the brain from, and uses those to solve crimes!" "GENIOUS, YOU GET A RAISE!" Honestly tho, it sounds fucking stupid..
Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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