iZombie is back from its winter hiatus, and all is well in the world (sort of).
Fun While It Lasted: Ravi breaks the bad news to Major, that the rat, New Hope, turned back into a zombie rat. This means that Major only has a limited time left as a human – womp, womp. Ravi also finds out that Liv and Major have broken up, yet again. Meanwhile, Clive and Liv are still on the outs. Liv continues to pass notes about her visions to Clive through physical sheets of paper and people.
High School of the Dead: Clive and Liv finally reunite thanks to the “accidental” shooting of Zombie High actor Jordan. Apparently the gun was switched out to a real gun – ouch. However, everyone on set hated Jordan, so the suspects were numerous. But, it is important to note that the best line of the night goes to Ravi “I’d ship those two if he weren’t dead,” (that’s something we can all get on board with). Oh, and the killer turns out to be the propmaster, who was upset by the death of his assistant director mistress (he blamed Jordan).
Major Problems: It seems that Vaughn Du Clark and Major have become BFFs. Glinda tells Vaughn Du Clark that Major is playing him, so he puts Major to the test. Lucky for Major, he gave Vaughn Du Clark a fit-bit with a secret mic, so that he can track what Mr. Evil is doing. Therefore, Major passed the bro-code test and is officially part of Team Max Rager.
Blaine Is In Business: Oh, Blaine, can you redeem yourself yet? Blaine is back in business, with clients missing Natalie, their zombie prostitute. Blaine says he is working on it. Meanwhile he gets a little visit from Dale, FBI Agent, who interviews him about the deaths of the rich zombies in town (well she does not know they are zombies). Feeling defeated, Dale heads back to the precinct where she sees a sketch of Blaine on Clive’s desk. Clive reveals that the man is a suspect in the Meat Cute massacre – cue the Blaine is screwed music.
So, I am just going to be here worrying about my evil snow flake. Until next week, where we get erotica-Liv!
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