Season 1, Episode 3
|Airdate||March 31st, 2015|
|Writer||Graham Norris; Lee Arcuri; Rob Thomas|
|Producer||Joseph Berger-Davis; Scott Graham; Gloria Calderón Kellett; Kit Boss; Dan Etheridge; Danielle Stokdyk; Diane Ruggiero-Wright; Rob Thomas|
|Starring||Rose McIver; Malcolm Goodwin; Rahul Kohli; Robert Buckley; David Anders|
|Previous||"Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?"|
|Next||"Liv and Let Clive"|
"The Exterminator" is the third episode of season one of the paranormal crime drama series iZombie. It was directed by Michael Fields with a script written by Graham Norris and Lee Arcuri based on a story treatment by Rob Thomas. It first aired on the CW Network on Tuesday, March 31st, 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|
|Devon Gummersall||Don Watts|
|Serge Houde||High priced lawyer|
|Robert Hansen||Marvin Webster|
|Rebecca Husain||Widow Walker|
|Carrie Anne Fleming||Trivia Genie|
|Marilyn Norry||Mrs. Webster|
|Artin John||Car seller/Patrick Edward|
|Matthew Kevin Anderson||Wally Walker|
|Veena Sood||Marcy's mother|
|Jeffrey CR Wallace||Freddy Brown|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- iZombie was created by Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright. It is based on the characters created by Chris Roberson and Michael Allred for Vertigo.
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- This episode is production code number 3J5503.
- 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 professional writing work for Lee Arcuri.
- This is the first episode of iZombie with Michael Fields as a director. He directs three episodes of the show from season one.
- This is the first episode of the series with Tuan Quoc Le as an editor.
- Ravi Chakrabarti makes reference to the film Dawn of the Dead in this episode.
- There are no bloopers available for this episode at this time. Be the first to add some! Just click on the edit tab under the section heading and start typing. A blooper is any revealing mistake that can be found within the episode that the production crew may have missed during editing. This can range from inconsistent lines of dialogue to visible production equipment in the shot to mis-spoken lines of dialogue, or... dare we say it? A wardrobe malfunction.
- Olivia Moore: That's the thing about pain, isn't it? Really feeling it doesn't make it stop. It just shows you you're still alive.
- Olivia Moore: If it'll up at my shot at a vision, then let's pop the top on the leftover cerebellum.
- Blaine DeBeers: You were bringing me some of your bountiful brain supply, remember? I guess you got busy and forgot. You know, since that's the kind of thing that slips people's minds. Buy milk, take out the garbage, feed the starving zombie. Who can keep track?
- Olivia Moore: In my old life, I was a lot of things. A doctor, a fiancee, a fan of Pilates. Now, I'm only one thing. A stomach, hunger incarnate. When I'm hungry, I forget my lunch used to be a person. When the hunger's bad, I forget I used to be one, too.
- Olivia Moore: I am too hungry right now to work out if you're joking or not. Your skull just turned into an animated ham.
- Ravi Chakrabarti: Okay, this is interesting. I set up a Google alert for the terms "Seattle, zombie."
- Olivia Moore: Me, too. No. Uh, I signed up for Z-Date.
- Ravi Chakrabarti: I hate to pry...
- Olivia Moore: Said the man who keeps asking me for my urine samples.
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