|"Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat"|
Season 1, Episode 12
|Airdate||June 2nd, 2015|
|Producer||Joseph Berger-Davis; Scott Graham; Gloria Calderon Kellett; Kit Boss; Dan Etheridge; Danielle Stokdyk; Diane Ruggiero-Wright; Rob Thomas|
|Starring||Rose McIver; Malcolm Goodwin; Rahul Kohli; Robert Buckley; David Anders|
"Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat" is the thirteenth episode of season one of the paranormal crime drama series iZombie. It was directed by Michael Fields with a script written by series co-creator Rob Thomas. It first aired on the CW Network on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 at 10:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Rose McIver||Olivia "Liv" Moore|
|Malcolm Goodwin||Clive Babineaux|
|Rahul Kohli||Doctor Ravi Chakrabarti|
|Robert Buckley||Major Lilywhite|
|David Anders||Blaine DeBeers|
Guest Stars Edit
|Aly Michalka||Peyton Charles|
|Rhys Ward||Cameron Henley|
|Aleks Paunovic||Julien Dupont|
|Nick Purcha||Evan Moore|
|Matthew MacCaull||Sebastian Meyer|
|Stephanie Bennett||Kimber Cooper|
|Ryan Alexander McDonald||Jogger|
|Rob Carpenter||Creepy looking man|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- iZombie was developed by Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero-Wright. Based on the characters created by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred for Vertigo.
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- "Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat" redirects to this page.
- "iZombie: Dead Rat" serves as a shortcut to this page. Who wants to do all that typing?
- This episode is production code number 3J5512.
- This episode had a viewership of 1.804 million people, which is up by .248 from the previous episode.
- This episode is included on the iZombie: The Complete First Season DVD collection, which was produced by Warner Home Video and released in Region 1 format on September 29th, 2015.
- Series co-creator and executive producer Diane Ruggiero is credited as Diane Ruggiero-Wright in this episode.
- This is the first episode of iZombie directed by Mairzee Almas. It is her only episode from season one of the show.
- This is the third episode of iZombie written by Diane Ruggiero-Wright. It is her final episode on season one as a writer. She previously wrote "Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?".
- The line, "I was just trying to get inside the head of a teenager", also serves as a pun, since Liv Moore literally has to get inside someone's head in order to "get inside someone's head".
- The title of this episode is a play on One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, which is the name of a children's book written in 1960 by Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
- Liv Moore makes reference to "Work Bitch", which is a pop song recorded by artist Britney Spears. It appeared on her eighth studio album, Britney Jean in 2013.
- Ravi Chakrabarti: Ooh! Hope's exorcise wheel is here.
- Liv Moore: You named the cured zombie rat Hope? And bought her a toy?
- Ravi Chakrabarti: Now that she's cure, I think it's important that we monitor how she goes about her day-to-day activities... and perhaps I was concerned she was bored.
- Liv Moore: Okay, but no rat SoulCycle. If you start lighting candles and blasting "Work Bitch", I'm intervening.
- Liv Moore: I know you.
- Jimmy: Do you? Do you know me? Do you recognize the slope of my alpine-snow-drift nose?
- Liv Moore: Kind of.
- Jimmy: I'm sorry. I can't work with her.
- Liv Moore: So, multiple victims, or victim in multiple pieces?
- Liv Moore: I feel really bad for her. I kinda have a contact sad.
- Clive Babineaux: What's with you? Why are you acting so weird?
- Liv Moore: I was just trying to get inside the head of a teenager.
- Clive Babineaux: Don't be so method.
- Liv Moore: Can we not talk about high school right now? It's hard not to feel like you've peaked, when you're doing shots of two-week-old liquefied prom queen brain in cold Mexican hot chocolate.
- Ravi Chakrabarti: I'm resisting the urge to yell "Chug, chug, chug, chug!"
- Liv Moore: That wasn't really resisting. You almost made Mexican Hot Cheerleader Chocolate come out my nose.
- Ravi Chakrabarti: Sorry.
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