This week's mystery brings the Max Rager conspiracy to a startling climax, and as always, Liv is at the heart of it. Will she and Babineaux expose their secret memo and discover how it relates to the boat party and zombies?
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Could Babineaux finally be catching to Liv's secret? She did just kill a guy twice her size in her own kitchen. Plus, he totally ate a bite of brain pizza last week! He might not be a stellar detective, but the clues are all piling up!
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Liv has a lot on her plate right now, so we're surprised she even made time for super-sleuthing. Peyton is missing after finding out about zombies, Major is kidnapped, and Ravi is getting closer to a cure. No wonder she looks distracted!
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Liv and Babineaux head to the junkyard, on the hunt of their latest lead in the Max Rager conspiracy.
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Blaine's probably not feeling the cold all the much, bundled up in a fur parka. Too bad for Major, he dressed for sweater weather instead of meat locker temperatures. Maybe these two can come to some sort of agreement over coffee? Yeah, doubtful.
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Major takes Blaine's peace offering of soup -- you would too, it looks freezing in there! -- but we're worried that Blaine seems a little too happy in this photo. What has he learned, and how will he use it to his own diabolical advantage?
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Major looks a little chilly, and who can blame him? After being held captive in a meat locker by murderous zombies, he deserves to be chilly and a little pissed off! Strangely enough, the blue lips don't really make Major look any less kissable. Go figure.
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Blaine, looking cool as a cucumber -- refrigerator pun intended -- still has Major captive in Meat Cute after discovering his food inspector deception. The only question now is whether Blaine will discover Major's connection to Liv and whether or not that's a good thing.
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iZombie Quotes

I have so many questions. First, why the hot sauce? Is that a zombie thing?

Ravi

I don't have post-traumatic stress. I have post-traumatic ennui. Post-traumatic defeatism. Post-traumatic 'what's the point?'

Liv