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“iZombie” Episode 1.11 – “Astroburger” (airs 5/26/15)
WHAT’S REAL – AND WHAT’S FANTASY? — When someone close to Major (Robert Buckley) dies of an apparent suicide, Liv (Rose McIver) consumes the brains, resulting in a mix of reality and paranoia. Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) questions Major and learns of a secret computer file that may contain important details in the investigation – and finding the killer.
David Anders and Rahul Kohli also star. Michael Fields directed the episode written by Kit Boss.
This week see’s the season finale of The Vampire Diaries and the final episode for Nina Dobrev and Micheal Trevino. Its been an amazing 6yrs for these two and this weeks episode is sure to be just as amazing! Check out the producers preview below:
The synopsis for this week’s episode of “iZombie” suggests that an all-female group of antagonists from the comics might soon be introduced to the show.
According to the synopsis for Episode 9, titled “Patriot Brains,” Liv (Rose McIver) and Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) will investigate the mysterious death of a former sniper Everett (Ronald Patrick Thompson), who had been working as an instructor at a paintball facility.
The duo will question Everett’s family members including her ex-wife and her new husband Sean (Percy Daggs III), and will later realize that the details about Everett’s death are not what they originally thought.
According to Comicbook.com, the episode might include a major Easter egg, as the paintball facility where Everett worked might be the same place where members of the Bloodsport Paintball League are hanging out.
In the comics, Bloodsport Paintball League is a sorority-type club of vampires who live together and satisfy their appetite for blood by feeding on guys. They have a code not to kill anyone, which make them sort-of good blood-sucking creatures.
While the paintball facility might not just be a mere coincidence, series co-developer Rob Thomas previously told The Hollywood Reporter that they have no intention of introducing other supernatural creatures to the show.
“There are no other supernatural creatures [appearing on the show],” Thomas said. “I’m not a big fan of the supernatural part of it. I know we’re doing zombies, but we are doing the virus version of zombies — the ‘science’ version of zombies. The ’28 Days Later,’ the ‘World War Z’ version of zombies. I prefer my zombies caused by a virus than coming from a mummy’s curse.”
Co-developer Diane Ruggiero-Wright “knew right away” that the show won’t be delving into the supernatural.
“While I really enjoyed that, it creates a different kind of show, and that kind of other worldly show is not something I know that Rob is that interested in,” she explained. “But also it’s so hard to do, and we just wanted it to look good and it’s going to be so hard to do a ghost and a were-terrier and not have it look cheesy.”
Ruggiero-Wright continued, “I worried that it would separate people from the show where our show as it is now is kind of accessible, and then it has this supernatural element. Where if it was too supernatural, I’d just worry that it wouldn’t be accessible enough.”
“The Originals” Episode 2.22 – “Ashes to Ashes” (airs 5/11/15)
EVERYTHING WE LOVE, WE TURN TO ASH — With time running out, Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) ultimate plan to protect baby Hope at all costs continues to take shape. As tensions between the siblings come to a head, Cami (Leah Pipes) reveals a vital piece of information that causes Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and Rebekah to reconsider their plan of attack against Dahlia (guest star Claudia Black).
Davina (Danielle Campbell) finds herself one step closer to fulfilling the promise she made to Kol while Freya (guest star Riley Voelkel) is forced to take drastic measures to protect herself against Dahlia. Elsewhere, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) has to put aside his fury at Klaus in order to protect himself and everyone in their sire line.
Meanwhile, Vincent (Yusuf Gatewood) finds himself torn between the prospects of a magic-free life away from New Orleans and a personal obligation to protect Davina. Finally, with their risky plan in place, the Mikaelson siblings prepare for the fight of their lives. Matt Hastings directed the episode written by Christopher Hollier and Diane Ademu-John.