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PostSubject: "Pilot"   Fri Mar 20, 2015 8:51 pm

"Olivia "Liv" Moore was a disciplined, over-achieving medical resident who had her life path completely mapped out...until she is turned into a zombie. Now stuck somewhere between half-alive and undead, Liv loses her drive and ambition. She breaks off her engagement with charming soul mate Major, fearful of infecting him with her condition. Liv transfers her medical residency to the city morgue in order to access the only form of sustenance left available to her - the only thing that allows her to maintain her humanity - brains. There are side effects to Liv's new diet: With each brain Liv consumes, she experiences "visions" - flashes of the corpse's memories - which often provide clues as to how they were killed."

Interesting if quirky show. For the first half of the show I kept thinking I'd missed an episode. They jumped right into everything with barely any lead in to how she became a zombie. Made it feel like a real quick "last time on.... "and had me confused. But then they finally filled it in a little bit later. Interesting show, cute girl (even in the zombie pale white hair and skin), and an interesting premise with her learning things from the brains she eats. I'll definitely be watching more.

Seriously though, she should not be taking brains out of the lab with her. I could see her having to do that if her co worker didn't know about her, but he does, so the safest place to eat brains is in the back room of the lab where she isn't likely to be exposed. And she has a roommate, what if the roommate sees the brains freaks out and turns her in? Or worse yet, what if the roommate pulls the brains and noodles out of the fridge and eats it not knowing what it is?!?! Eew. Seriously she should keep her "food" consumption in the lab.

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