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Salivation Army 

Working together, Liv, Detective Babineaux and Major crash Vaughn's Super Max Rager party, where singer Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20) performs.


Michael Fields


Rob Thomas (developed by), Diane Ruggiero-Wright (developed by) | 8 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rose McIver ... Olivia Moore
Malcolm Goodwin ... Clive Babineaux
Rahul Kohli ... Ravi Chakrabarti
Robert Buckley ... Major Lilywhite
David Anders ... Blaine DeBeers
Aly Michalka ... Peyton Charles
Rob Thomas ... Rob Thomas
Eddie Jemison ... Stacey Boss
Greg Finley ... Drake Holloway
Leanne Lapp ... Gilda / Rita
Bryce Hodgson ... Don E
Chad Krowchuk ... Dr. Wyatt
Kurt Evans ... Floyd Baracus
Colin Lawrence ... Janko
Andrea Savage ... Vivian Stoll


Working together on a mission, Liv, Detective Babineaux and Major crash Vaughn's Super Max Rager party, where singer Rob Thomas performs a song from his solo repertoire. Meanwhile, Blaine reaches out to Peyton for help, which does not sit well with Ravi.

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During his confrontation with Major (Robert Buckley), Du Clark (Steven Weber) complains, "What's the dealio? Will no one rid me of this meddlesome Jason Priestley-type?" This is a reference to a well-known story from English history: in the year 1170, while in the throes of conflict with Thomas Becket (the Archbishop of Canterbury), King Henry II of England is supposed to have cried aloud, "Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?" While this was not a direct royal order of execution, four of the king's followers who were present when Henry uttered this phrase took it as an indirect order and assassinated Becket. The phrase has come into wider usage in the English language as a way of saying that a leader's stated preference, even when not expressed as an order, can be nonetheless understood as an order to his subordinates. See more »


[first lines]
Major Lilywhite: [Major thanks Liv while beating on imaginary drums in the air] Thanks for letting Ravi and me stay here. I drove by my place, and my front yard is still occupied by reporters and looky-loos.
Olivia Moore: I know you're still rolling on drummer brain, but you need to switch to this. Janko brain.
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References Gilda (1946) See more »


Stop, I'm Already Dead
Performed by Deadboy & The Elephantmen
Theme song
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The show must go on
24 June 2016 | by iHappy00See all my reviews

I gave it 10 out because I enjoyed the show. However , I don't like how things unfold and the fact that everything stays pretty much the same. I am not sure about what are their plans for the next season but it will be interesting to see the weird relationship between Clive and Liv. Things will get even weirder. This new Blaine is a good guy and I wonder what will they do about him. Show has a lot more to offer in the following season. There are still many questions left in the air. This episode was good, action/zombie fans will most definitely enjoy it. There is a lot of shooting and zombies. Who doesn't like that? I will kinda miss Leanne Lapp and Steven Weber.

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12 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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