Ash vs Evil Dead (2015–2018)
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The Morgue 

Pablo's grasp on reality is tested when Ruby reveals the Necronomicon has gifted him premonitions. Meanwhile, Ash and Kelly discover Brock's date might not be the warm body he's banking on.

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Episode credited cast:
... Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams
... Pablo Simon Bolivar
... Kelly Maxwell
... Ruby Knowby
... Brock Williams
... Sheriff Thomas Emery
... Lillian Pendergrass
Taylor Barrett ... Tyler
... Blake
Leand Macadaan ... Coroner
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... Crazy Patient
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Pablo's grasp on reality is tested when Ruby reveals the Necronomicon has gifted him premonitions. Meanwhile, Ash and Kelly discover Brock's date might not be the warm body he's banking on.

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9 October 2016 (USA)  »

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Trivia

About 2 minutes in, Brock/ Lee Majors taunts Ash about his bionic hand. Majors played the bionic Six Million Dollar Man. See more »

Quotes

Ruby Knowby: Come on, guys. We don't have much time. You've seen how powerful my children have become.
Pablo Simon Bolivar: Wait. *Your* children? Those things came out of me.
Ruby Knowby: Oh, relax, you're not the father, just the portal for their rebirth.
Kelly Maxwell: Are you saying Pablo is a vagina?
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Volare
Written by Franco Migliacci and Domenico Modugno
Performed by Dean Martin
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Disturbing and offensive
10 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

This particular episode of Ash vs Evil Dead included what was undoubtedly one of the most disgusting, disturbing, repulsive, vile, and offensive scenes I have ever seen in movies or television in all the 40 years of my life. And it managed to do all of that while remaining brilliantly hysterical!! I cannot even begin to imagine the amount of drugs that were involved in the creation and execution of this one-of-a-kind sequence, but I salute the writers and creators and Bruce for pulling it off flawlessly. GENIUS!

That scene alone, in all of its unique glory, makes this the most memorable episode to date of a surprisingly terrific series.


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