Alli and Mary spend the top of showing trying to figure out who knows what about which plotline in iZombie at this point. It's like a riddle: No one knows everything, but everyone knows something. Liv continues to not come to easy conclusions: give Drake brains! Blaine is the Utopium guy! We also discuss what happens when someone doesn't have a strong personality trait for Liv to become? Surely some people are even keeled? Meanwhile, Ravi spends time mooning over Peyton and drinking (relatable). Cheers!
The continued issue of every other zombie (and character?) being more interesting and sympathetic than Liv comes to a head as Major learns some hard truths from a zombie hooker. Meanwhile, Alli and Mary discuss how it feels like we're watching two iZombies: Liv's Campy Personality Changes and Everyone Else Deals with Zombie-ism. Either could be a great show, but combined it's an oil and water issue. Pick a side, y'all!
This week, Alli and Mary discuss the merits of rigorous scientific testing when if comes to the zombie situation. If you were turned into a zombie, wouldn't you want to know how long you could go without brains? Your pain tolerance? How far you can run without tiring? Well, Liv doesn't seem that curious, which is a mistake as she ends up hungry in the slammer in these eps. Meanwhile, Clive has a stalker, Liv & Major continue their half-assed relationship and Ravi loves magic. Cheers!
Alli and Mary discuss the nature of set-up seasons and worldbuilding in television shows, whether we needed to muscle through quite so much turbulence before we reached the smooth sailing of season 2. Meanwhile, Major spends these episodes thinking primarily with his dick as he and Liv get back together. Ravi becomes the best bro to both Liv and Major as he researches zombie-ism as an STD. In the next episode, we meet another great creepy villain in Mr. Boss, who's coming for Peyton and Blaine. Clive is also there, although he has yet to find an interesting plot.