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  • The plague started when someone ate a hamburger that was infected with a strain of mad cow disease that mutated into the zombie infection. Mad cow became mad human, which became mad zombie. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • After leaving Bill Murray's house, Wichita and Little Rock head for Pacific Playground. Tallahassee decides to go to Mexico where Twinkies are known as Los Submarinos, and Columbus decides to go after Wichita on a motorcycle. When he drives it straight into the bushes, however, Tallahassee agrees to go with him. When the girls reach the park. Witchita turns on the electricity, lighting up all the rides and attracting every zombie in the area. To escape, they get on a drop tower and ride it to the top. Little Rock then shoots out the control box to keep from descending, so the zombies begin to scale the tower. Meanwhile, Tallahassee and Columbus have arrived. While Tallahassee distracts the zombies, Columbus heads toward the tower, the two of them shooting out as many zombies as possible. When Tallahassee runs low on ammo, he locks himself inside a vendor booth and pops off zombies with his two pistols. Suddenly, Columbus comes face-to-face with his worst fear...a clown-zombie. Deciding that rule 17 must sometimes be broken, he grabs a sledge hammer from the "Ring the Bell" and busts the clown-zombie's head wide open. He then releases the emergency brake on the drop tower, and the girls are lowered to the ground. Wichita kisses Columbus and reveals that her real name is Krista. Columbus looks around for Tallahassee and finds him in a food stand looking for Twinkies. Tallahassee hears a noise and shoots at it only to find that he's just shot up the box of Twinkies. Wichita and Little Rock drive past and appear to be leaving them behind, but the car stops, Little Rock tosses Tallahassee a Twinkie, and the four drive off together with their new family. In a voiceover, Columbus says, "We had hope. We had each other. And without other people, you might as well be a zombie." Edit (Coming Soon)

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