Why did you do this to us, Queen Latifah?
Should I bother calling it Scream: Resurrection?
Should I bother calling it anything other than the trash it is?
It’s bad, baby. Real bad.
Sorry, Rob Thomas. No, not that Rob Thomas.
I am a traitor to Veronica Mars’ legacy.
That’s an attack on Once Upon a Time, by the way.
Will iZombie truly shirk the water-treading fluff of its mid-season sag, and capitalise on the impressive build its made over the last few episodes towards its season finale?
Thank God, yes.
Just kidding. Aside from The Vampire Diaries, and Nina Dobrev’s departure sealed that deal, The CW is pretty hot right now.
I mean, are you watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend? Incredible.
iZombie’s not too shabby, either. But it was touch and go for a while there.
Just kidding. Liv doesn’t use fake tan.
I can’t believe it took so long for Liv to finally become a zombie stripper.
Jennifer Jason Leigh would be proud.
iZombie was hankering for a bit of a status quo change. And while it’s certainly not on the Bates Motel-level of status quo changes, everything moves forward far enough to satisfy.
Could this be the end of the network-mandated filler?
“It’s close, though.”
Tonight, a main character dies.
But it’s a zombie show, which makes that death almost as trivial as if it were on a vampire show.
Or a superhero show.
Bitch stole Enzo’s look.
Yes, I know this review is a week late.
But nobody said being a lazy bitch was supposed to be easy.
iZombie is back to an arc-relevant COW. And the brain Liv consumes this episode isn’t even related to it.
Break the formula, baby.
An attractive man with an animal. Damn, how did they know our weakness?
I would still argue that iZombie doesn’t feel like essential viewing at the moment.
But this episode fights hard to fix that.
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