1000 Ways to Die (2008–2012)

Death on a Stick 

A peeper takes a bath; a pool hopper goes belly up; a Bachelorette takes a mouthful; a monk takes on a donkey; a gigolo goes gums up; a boy band hits rock bottom.


Alex Harvey


Tom McMahon

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ron Perlman ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Paul Paul ... Himself - Admitted Voyeur
Mark Ejnes Mark Ejnes ... Himself - Architect
Jason Romero Jason Romero ... Himself - EMT
Cody Hix Cody Hix ... Himself - Former Infantry Squad Leader
Kim Henderson Kim Henderson ... Herself - Toxicologist
T.A. Breaux T.A. Breaux ... Himself - Research Scientist (as Ted Breaux)
Daniel Kharrazi Daniel Kharrazi ... Himself - Orthopedic Surgeon (as Dr. Daniel Kharrazi)
Cathee Schultz Cathee Schultz ... Herself - Curator, Museum of Death
Khyber Zaffarkhan Khyber Zaffarkhan ... Himself - Physical Medicine & Rehab (as Dr. Khyber Zaffarkhan)
Stephen Werner Stephen Werner ... Himself - Ex-Boy Band Member
Marisha Ray ... Trudie the Karaoke Girl (as Marisha Huber)
Valerie Mya ... Danielle
Austin Auger ... Dennis
Robert Huynh Robert Huynh ... Vietnamese Soldier #1 (as Dung Huynh)


1000 Ways to Die looks at the following cases: "#354 Blood Bath & Beyond" a peeping tom is crushed to death by a falling bathtub when he cuts too many holes in his ceiling, "#418 Easy Slider" a pool hopper accidentally hits a nail when he tries to slip-and-slide, "#337 Mind Over Splatter" three former Viet Cong soldier blow themselves up when jumping on an unexploded landmine, "#261 Gum's the Word" a male nurse dies after ingesting denture cleaner, "#378 Bird Brained" a drunk bachelorette is killed when she sticks her head out of a limo and is hit by a low flying pigeon, "#919 Inquisi-Torn" inquisitors develop the Spanish Donkey which allows them to cut people in half, and "#87 Boys 2 Dead" the lead singer of a boy band dies when he crowd dives and breaks his neck. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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3 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Phineas, the chihuahua that appears in the segment "Gums The Word" belongs to Michael Levinson the series Production Designer. See more »


In the "Gum's The Word" segment, the sound made by Raul the male nurse dropping the glass full of dissolved denture-whitening tablet water is that of a light bulb shattering, not a standard drinking glass breaking. See more »

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