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Heading into the two-part season finale, “Conspiracy Weary” features Liv (Rose McIver), Blaine (David Anders), and Don E (Bryce Hodgson) all on Zombie Truther conspiracy brains. While the joke gets a bit stale by the end of the episode, the single scene of the three arguing and building conspiracies off each other’s wild theories is pretty damn entertaining (as is the visual of the unlikely threesome sharing a brain following the rescue of Don E). Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) attempting to wrangle the three to solve his homicide turns out to be about as helpful as it sounds. Love takes a double whammy in this episode as Major (Robert Buckley) discovers a disturbing truth about Shawna (Sarah Jurgens) and Ravi‘s (Rahul Kohli) decision to tell Rachel (Ella Cannon) more about zombies turns out to have unintended consequences for all involved. One thin is sure heading into the season’s finale two episodes, the truth about zombies isn’t going to stay hidden much longer.

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With no murder to solve this week the characters of iZombie have to find other ways to pass the time. For Liv (Rose McIver) that means hallucinating her old boyfriend after munching down on the brains of killer for Peyton (Aly Michalka). This puts more than a little crimp in her new relationship with Justin (Tongayi Chirisa). Major (Robert Buckley) has no such problems as his days and nights are full of lust and debauchery with his new friend Shawna (Sarah Jurgens). Ravi‘s (Rahul Kohli) time with the zombie truthers is a little less sexy now that they’ve captured Don E (Bryce Hodgson) and plan to expose the truth about zombies on a livestream. Oh, and Blaine (David Anders) gets an unexpected visit from his old boss.

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While Liv (Rose McIver) eating the brains of a dominatrix turns out to be not as wild a time as expected, “Spanking the Zombie” does provide some fun moments of Liv dominating those around her and allow for the return of a pair of a familiar faces in newsman Cliff McCormack (Daran Norris) and lawyer Brandt Stone (Ken Marino), both clients of the recently departed and suspects in her murder. The latest episode of iZobmie also hastens Major‘s (Robert Buckley) decline to the point where the group has no choice but to give him the cure which may save his life but will also take away his memories. Given the transformation of Blaine (David Anders) after his cure, just who will the new Major turn out to be?

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Here’s what you may have missed on RazorFine Review this weekend. Check out the reviews of the latest issues of Darkwing Duck and The Wild Storm, and episodes of Marvel’s Rocket and Groot, The Blacklist, and iZobmie, along with the cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer discussing the possibility of a reboot.

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One of the goofier episodes for Liv (Rose McIver) and Major (Robert Buckley) turns out to be one of the most dramatic for Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin). Helping the detective with the double-murder, Liv and Major chow down on the brains of a father and his teenage daughter causing all kinds of bizarre behavior among the group. Buckley may have missed his calling, as he’s terrific as the self-absorbed teenage girl. The case eventually uncovers a seedy motive for the crime involving the girl’s best friend and her screwed-up home life.

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Picking up 2.8 minutes after the Second Season finale, the main focus of “Heaven Just Got a Little Bit Smoother” is to cover up what happened at Max Rager and have the characters deal with the new status quo of knowing there’s a new player in town in the private military company full of zombies. There’s no murder of the week to solve here, as the show deals with the fallout of last season and sets up major arcs for this year. For Ravi (Rahul Kohli) this means working on a new cure for the unintended side-effects of his old cure. For Blaine (David Anders) this means beginning to act a bit more like his old self, while still be not quite sure who that was. For Major (Robert Buckley), that means struggling to live in a world where everyone sees him as the Chaos Killer.

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izombie-season-two-blu-rayiZombie‘s Second Season continues the always entertaining misadventures of zombie assistant medical examiner Liv Moore (Rose McIver) eating brains, having visions, and helping to close unsolved murders. Ongoing stories include Liv and Major (Robert Buckley) giving their relationship a second chance, the search for tainted Utopium, and Blaine (David Anders) going from zombie and human and back again (and back again).

Highlights of Season Two include Major (Robert Buckley) reverting to a zombie and being outed as the Chaos killer, Liv on horny librarian, frat boy, and stripper brains, murder on a zombie television show, Liv thrown in prison, the return of Peyton (Aly Michalka), and the season finale where all hell breaks loose at Max Rager‘s big bash.

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iZombie closes out its Second Season with a two-part finale that wraps up several ongoing storylines while introducing important new players for when the show returns next year (and getting off one final Rob Thomas joke before the curtain falls). With Major (Robert Buckley) arrested as the Chaos Killer and both Liv (Rose McIver) and Ravi (Rahul Kohli) temporarily suspended from the morgue, things aren’t looking good for Team Zombie. Even if Bozzio’s (Jessica Harmon) case is built completely on circumstantial evidence, Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) is finally able to tie Major to the Meat Cute massacre leaving Liv no choice but to come clean to the detective about zombies before the jailed (and brain-craving) Major reveals the existence of the creatures to the entire population of the local prison.

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With the show’s Second Season finale looming, things certainly pick up in “Reflections of the Way Liv Used to Be.” Not only has Major (Robert Buckley) turned back into a zombie, but his secret work for Max Rager is discovered by both Ravi (Rahul Kohli) and Bozzio (Jessica Harmon). By the end of the episode zombie Major is under arrest under suspicion of being a serial killer and headed to prison where his current zombie status creates a serious problem for everyone involved.

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“Pour Some Sugar, Zombie” proves to be a major turning point for several characters. First, while on stripper brain, Liv (Rose McIver) not only helps solve a murder but also learns the truth about Drake (Greg Finley). Second, Ravi (Rahul Kohli) makes a terrifying discovery about his roommate which will have major consequences (pun intended) for everyone involved. Third, Gilda (Leanne Lapp) begins her life as a zombie only to be captured. And last, but certainly not least, the new zombie cure return Blaine (David Anders) to human but not without some rather important side-effects.

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