Brother Love's band of zombie supremacists aren't afraid to get a little violent. They take to the streets with their hammers and start a riot. Could this be the lid finally blowing off of that powder keg Chase was talking about? Funny thing, Angus' zombie zealots are the one thing he didn't see coming. Oh, Chase.
Mr. Boss will raise hell and wreak havoc just as soon as he finishes his cup of tea. Same, buddy. Same. In the meantime, Blaine and Don E will have to patiently await the latest demand from this not so beloved character.
Clive is looking good on that pretend throne. He has all the qualities of a great king, wouldn't you agree? Perhaps he's playing the part while interviewing persons of interest since their victim is a LARP.
Major is definitely using those handsome looks and his charm on Liv, but will it work? He and Liv are on the outs, and word has probably gotten out that he made some questionable choices again, so is he trying to win over Liv here?
Name a better devious, meddling duo than these two. I'll wait. Don E has successfully taken care of Dino, but now he and Blaine have to figure out what to do next about Angus. Or, maybe this brain session has something to do with those cures.
Mr. Boss (Eddie Jamison) is back and ready to do some business. That business may involve helping Blaine take down his father. Blaine has had tome to process Angus' new position, so now he's ready to do something about it. Is Angus' shtick an act? He's back to the plainclothes here.
Angus, or shall we say, "Brother Love" is making a name for himself among the disenfranchised, starving zombie community. Liv appealed to him for food to help provide for her operation, but will she backtrack on that now that she knows he's Blaine's father?
It's not very often Blaine gets his hands dirty, but he's planning on doing just that based on the looks of things. A little B & E is nothing for a notorious gangster like Blaine. But is that Mr. Boss with him? What's that about?