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I Zombie

syrup09 | Jun 26, 201706:28 PM     3

Has anyone out there seen the CW show I Zombie? If you haven't seen itthis is it in a nutshell. A couple of years ago a 20 something Seattle resident Liv Moore is bitten by a zombie at a party, thus becoming one. In order to maintain a normal life she gets a job in a coroners office. Thus giving her the opportunity to obtain the brains she needs to eat for survival.This also give her the chance to solve the murders of said cadavers.

Here is how this show relates to food. Each epsiode shows Liv preparing the brains in a certain way, (barbecue, stew, etc.) Last week she made a kind of a cupcake. In that sense it's a little like Hannibal, (but not as dark, I don't think anything can be that dark.)

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