1000 Ways to Die (2008–2012)

If You're Dead, Leave a Message and We'll Get Back to You 

A hat maker doesn't make it; tech-geek gets uninstalled; wannabe hip hop queen gets butted out; car jacker gets jacked off; a pretend gang banger gets body slammed; scam artist's plan gets crushed; agro dad gets blanked.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Salvador Rovero ... Himself - Custom Hat Maker
Drew Badger ... Himself - Toxicology Expert
Chase Holtman ... Himself - Recreational I-Doser
Phil Warren ... Himself - Audio Engineer
Marc Kern ... Himself - Clinical Psychologist (as Dr. Marc Kern)
Richard Lichten ... Himself - Retired Police Officer
Jason Romero ... Himself - EMT
Dakota Black ... Himself - Ex-Con
Bal Raj ... Himself - Orthopedic Surgeon (as Dr. Bal Raj)
Stephanie Carrion ... Herself - Reformed Con Artist
Vahe Ghazikhanian ... Himself - Nuclear Physicist (as Dr. Vahe Ghazikhanian)
Peter Leffe ... Himself - Ballistics Expert
... Barnaby the Hat Maker (as Camero J. Oro)
... Hat Shop Customer (as Rober Sisko)


1000 Ways to Die looks at the following cases: "#501 Hats All Folks!" a hat-maker goes insane and dies due to exposure to mercury from his working with felt, "#937 Tone Death" a computer i-doser uses digital audio files to create altered mental states but accidentally kills himself when using military-grade sound equipment to experiment with low frequency sound, "#877 Caulk Blocked" a woman has a heart attack after receiving bathroom caulk injections in her buttocks, "#130 Deaf Jammed" a car thief dies after getting his head caught in the window of a moving car, "#448 Homie-Cide" an actor trying to learn about a role involves himself in a gang but is killed by a falling corpse, "#320 OMG! SUV! R.I.P." a con artist is accidentally crushed by a moving SUV, and "#172 Dead-dy Dearest" a controlling father plays a practical joke using a gun with blanks but later dies when he puts the gun to his head and fires. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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5 January 2011 (USA)  »

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The narrator states that the "Mad Hatter" segment takes place in the late 1800s. However, the title card says it takes place on December 12, 1849. The late 1800s is anytime from 1851-1899. See more »

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