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Rose is known for her roles in projects such as "Once Upon a Time", "Maddigan's Quest" and "Power Rangers R.P.M", and can currently be seen in the CW television show "iZombie" as the lead character Olivia 'Liv' Moore.

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iZombie – Season two (2015/2015)
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A complete list of all iZombie episodes from season two, with a short epiosde plot, some information and link to screencaptures and episode stills in our gallery. For a complete episode summary, trivia, filming details, graphics and more of a certain episode, click the “more information” button.

“With any luck, someone with a winning personality is out there getting murdered right now. Woah… uncool Liv!” – Liv

 
 

Episode 1, Season 2: “Grumpy Old Liv” 
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Original Air date October 6 2015, Directed by Michael Fields, Written by Rob Thomas

Three months have passed since Liv turned Blaine and Major back to normal with the last remaining cure. As a side effect, they can now detect other zombies. Blaine is running a funeral home which provides a source of brains for his clients and a cover for his utopium dealing business. Liv remains estranged from her mother and younger brother for refusing a blood transfusion to avoid being discovered. She consumes the brain of a cantankerous old man who had made plenty of enemies among his neighbors. Ravi is out of the tainted utopium from the night of the boat party which he needs to produce the cure, so Liv asks Blaine, who tries to find out who had cut the utopium. Liv’s new roommate, Gilda, is working for Vaughn Du Clark and is secretly spying on her. Vaughn plans the release of the new Super Max and must deal with the zombie problem. When he learns about Major’s special ability, he makes him work as his zombie killer, threatening to kill Liv if he refuses.

Episode 2, Season 2: “Zombie Bro”
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Original Air date October 13, 2015, Directed by John Kretchmer, Written by Diane Ruggiero-Wright

Liv and Clive investigate the murder of a frat pledge captain. Liv’s consuming the frat guy’s brains makes her feel more outgoing. Ravi asks Major to help him acquire some utopium to gather some first-hand experience on its effects, which ends with a bad low, and Major becoming addicted to the substance. Meanwhile, Blaine is expanding his utopium trade in his effort to control the city, but his unseen rival Stacey Boss retaliates by killing his dealers. Blaine then approaches the zombie District Attorney Floyd Baracus to go after Boss who demands the money needed to bribe the police and judges. Blaine then approaches his estranged zombie father Angus, a businessman, who agrees to give Blaine the money needed, but Blaine demands more which is Angus’ entire company. Also, Liv’s attempts to approach Major are unsuccessful.

Episode 3, Season 2: “Real Dead Housewife of Seattle”
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Original Air date October 20, 2015, Directed by Jason Bloom, Written by Kit Boss

Liv and Clive investigate the murder of Taylor, a rich housewife who once had an affair with Vaughn. The leads point to a murder-for-hire contract and Liv, after consuming the dead Taylor’s brain, becomes more fashion obsessed and lady-like to the baffled Clive. Meanwhile, Major is still hunting and vanishing zombies for Max Rager, and is seduced by Gilda, who is revealed to be Vaughn’s daughter. Major continues using utopium while keeping it a secret from Liv. Meanwhile, Peyton returns to town and announces to lead the new task force against the utopium trade. Peyton reconciles with Liv, Major and Ravi. When Taylor’s husband Terrence plans to take revenge on Vaughn with a hostile takeover of Max Rager for his tryst with his wife, Vaughn feeds him to his previous scientist, now a zombie.

Episode 4, Season 2: “Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues”
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Original Air date October 27, 2015, Directed by Matt Barber, Written by Deirdre Mangan

The murder investigation of a strangled woman turns Liv into a passionate country singer. FBI Agent Dale Bozzio is investigating a series of unsolved missing person cases (all of which are zombie-related). She is also interested in Clive. Blaine is wondering about his disappearing zombie customers, too. He collaborates with Peyton and gives her information about Boss’ utopium trade, in exchange for immunity. Furthermore, Blaine catches Preach who was responsible for tainting the utopium at the boat party, but when Preach does not want to give away his secret recipe, Blaine turns him into a zombie, knowing that he will have to come back for brains. Major’s utopium use takes its toll on him and he eventually turns to Liv for help.

Episode 5, Season 2: “Love & Basketball”
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Original Air date November 3, 2015, Directed by Michael Fields , Written by Bob Dearden

A children basketball coach is shot while working as security guard. Clive and Liv investigate, as Major takes over the coaching. Preach cuts the “boat party” utopium for Blaine, who has it delivered to Ravi. Preach dies when he desperately wants to be cured and erroneously injects himself the tainted utopium, which makes it clear that it was the wrong cut and the cure will not work. The new researcher of Max Rager wants an intelligent zombie specimen. Faking a kitchen accident, Gilda steals a blood sample from Liv. Dale found the astronaut’s hair in the sink at Meat Cute. Clive calls Suzuki’s widow whether he was suicidal, which first causes trouble at the precinct, but then she finds some brain in her freezer. Major reports the zombie suspects as negatives to spare them, and breaks up with Gilda who is becoming suspicious. He also disposes of his utopium. He wants to be back together with Liv, but at first she is afraid she might accidentally turn him into a zombie.

Episode 6, Season 2: “Max Wager”
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Original Air date November 10, 2015, Directed by John Kretchmer, Written by Graham Norris

Harry Cole is murdered over rigging college sport gambling. The investigation leads Liv and Clive to the barber, who is the city’s bookie. His barbershop is also frequented by Mr. Boss, who visits Peyton to threaten her to stop her investigations against him. From examining her information, Boss also knows they all came from Blaine. Clive goes on a date with Dale when they meet Major. He learns about the FBI investigations on the missing persons which are the zombies he is disposing of for Max Rager. Ravi discovers that condoms cannot protect against the zombie virus, so Liv and Major cannot have sex. Blaine’s father takes over the business after discovering Blaine is no longer a zombie. Blaine kills his beloved grandfather to use his brain to weaken his father and reclaim his business, but in the end, Major captures Blaine’s father and freezes him.

Episode 7, Season 2: “Abra Cadaver”
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Original Air date November 17, 2015, Directed by Viet Nguyen, Written by Justin Halpern & Patrick Schumacker

Clive and Liv investigate a murder at a magician convention. Blaine asks Liv to help him find out about the disappearing zombies. They break into Dale’s apartment and look through her evidence collection. They also find an unopened letter stating the brain in Suzuki’s freezer was human, and change it into cow brain. When Liv delivers the faked report, she is seen by a woman who later leaves an anonymous note. Major is struggling with Liv’s mood swings. Peyton tells Blaine that Boss knows he gave her the inside information about his organization. Ravi breaks up with his girlfriend Steph and tries an advance on Peyton.

Episode 8, Season 2: “The Hurt Stalker”
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Original Air date December 1, 2015, Directed by Michael Wale, Written by Sara Saedi

Regina Summer is murdered with Clive’s gun, so he is suspended for the investigations. He was dating her before Dale, but dropped her when she started to stalk him. She had left a scrapbook of photoshopped pictures at Dale’s doorstep, as she was jealous of her. Regina’s brains make Liv act jealous, too, and Liv finds the text messages between Major and “Rita”. The new Super Max drink makes the zombie test subjects faster and stronger, and when Vaughn drinks it for his workout, he becomes very aggressive, too. When Liv tries to retrieve Regina’s album from Chief Price’s car, where he hid it to save his marriage as he, too, was involved with Regina, she is caught and lands in jail. Ravi can get her out and they trace the murder to a couple who had hired Regina as wedding planner but then she started another affair with the fiance.

Episode 9, Season 2: “Cape Town”
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Original Air date December 08, 2015, Directed by Mairzee Almas, Written by Diane Ruggiero-Wright

“The Fog”, a vigilante crime fighter, is murdered intervening the mugging of Mary Contreras, a mobster money courier. The other “superheros” tell Liv and Clive that The Fog wanted them to prevent a weapon shipment for Mr. Boss. Blaine asks Liv to save Drake, a fatally wounded drug dealer of his, by turning him into a zombie, as Drake is the only one who knows about the tainted utopium for the cure. Under the influence of The Fog’s brain, Liv disguises as vigilante and tries to bust the weapon shipment herself, but is stricken down by Mary. Mr. Boss saves Liv by shooting Mary and once again gets away by covering up his involvement with the events. In the end, Liv breaks up with Major, and Ravi finds that his cured rat has turned back into a zombie.

Episode 10, Season 2: “Method Head”
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Original Air date January 12, 2016, Directed by Mark Piznarski, Written by Kit Boss

Ravi explains to both Major and Blaine that the cure is only temporary and they sooner or later will revert back to zombies without more of the cure, so they need to dig for the murdered drug couriers with the tainted utopium inside, without success. Meanwhile, Clive and Liv investigate a murder on the set of Liv’s favorite zombie TV show. With Boss’ organization hit by the D.A., Blaine’s funeral-brain delivery business is running well, but Dale is investigating against him and begins to make the connection to Meat Cute. Also, Vaughn sets up a test for Major’s allegiance, which Major passes, as he planted a listening device on him beforehand.

Episode 11, Season 2: “Fifty Shades of Grey Matter”
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Original Air date February 2, 2016, Directed by Mairzee Almas, Written by Deirdre Mangan & Graham Norris

A librarian and author of an upcoming erotic novel is poisoned. Liv and Blaine investigate. Blaine gives Peyton more information about Boss and they sleep together. Dale tries to find the “Chaos Killer” by GPS-tracking the dog of one of his victims, so Major has to get rid of Minor. Dale finds evidence that make her suspect that Blaine is the Chaos Killer and arrests him, but Peyton asks her to set him free as he is her star witness against Boss. However, the information that Dale presented makes Peyton suspicious so she asks Liv about Blaine and is devastated when she learns the truth. Drake ends up in Liv’s bed.

Episode 12, Season 2: “Physician, Heal Thy Selfie”
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Original Air date February 9, 2016, Directed by Zetna Fuentes, Written by Talia Gonzalez & Bisanne Masoud

When Mr. Boss sends three of his men to kill DA Baracus, he kills and decapitates them and goes into hiding. Their bodies are found in Lake Washington without the heads, so Liv can get no clues from their brains. Instead, she eats the brain of a vlogger. When Mr. Boss meets Blaine at the funeral of his nephew, he demands his profits from the boat party, with interest. Blaine learns that Peyton knows about Liv and the zombies. Peyton wants to resign, but her request is turned down as the DA is missing. The police investigates about the chaos killer and learns about a utopium turf war between Boss and a new cut called “Lucky You”. Liv finds out that it is distributed by Blaine when she sees Don E. in a vision. Vaughn also figures that Baracus is a zombie, despite of what Major had told him. He blackmails Major into finishing his job and Baracus ends up in his freezer.

Episode 13, Season 2: “The Whopper”
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Original Air date February 16, 2016, Directed by Michael Fields, Written by Rob Thomas

Still digging for the utopium couriers, Ravi and Major unearth the body of Corey “Big Fish” Carp, a pathological liar and criminal, who was working for Mr. Boss. Through her visions, Liv uncovers that Big Fish had killed the utopium couriers, Vic Parisi and Lonny Evans. Don E. and Chief catch Major when he went after a zombie customer of Blaine’s. Blaine demands to know who hired him as the chaos killer, but Major won’t tell. However, he offers to bring back Blaine’s father who had disinherited his son in the case of an unnatural death, and Blaine tries to force his unfrozen father to change the will. Finally, through Liv’s vision, Ravi and Major find the location of the buried drug dealers with the tainted utopium.

Episode 14, Season 2: “Eternal Sunshine of the Caffeinated Mind”
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Original Air date February 23, 2016, Directed by Jason Bloom, Written by Kit Boss

The death of the owner of Ravi’s favorite coffee shop, ‘Positivity’, leaves Liv seeing the bright side to everything around her. Meanwhile, the newly-found tainted utopium does not cure Ravi’s rat. Drake is revealed to be undercover for the police. Shortly after losing his sense of taste, Blaine finds himself killed by Mr. Boss who found out Blaine was working against him with the DA. However, Blaine resurrects as a zombie. Finally, Liv discovers that her roommate Gilda is Rita, Major’s alleged lover.

Episode 15, Season 2: “He Blinded Me… with Science”
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Original Air date March 22, 2016, Directed by Dan Etheridge, Written by John Enbom

While investigating the murder of a research scientist who was recently demoted at her job, Liv and Detective Babineaux are shocked to learn where she had been employed. Meanwhile, Blaine pays Ravi a visit at the morgue, and Liv discovers something new about Drake. Lastly, Vaughn du Clark confronts Major.

Episode 16, Season 2: “Pour Some Sugar, Zombie”
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Original Air date March 29, 2016, Directed by Mairzee Almas, Written by Diane Ruggerio-Wright

Liv consumes the brain of a recently murdered stripper and uncovers some extremely useful information. Meanwhile, Blaine isn’t quite himself lately, and Ravi makes a startling discovery. Lastly, Major and Ravi are helping Peyton move back in with Liv when she receives a surprising phone call.

Episode 17, Season 2: “Reflections of the Way Liv Used to Be”
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Original Air date April 5, 2016, Directed by Michael Fields , Written by Bob Dearden

Liv and Detective Babineaux are investigating the murder of Bailey Barker (guest star Haley Marie Norman “Fired Up”), a type-A, ambitious, hyper-competitive and driven student near the top of her class. After consuming Bailey’s brain we see Liv become very much like the girl she was before becoming a zombie. Meanwhile, things seem to be going from bad to worse for Major, and Blaine reaches out to Ravi for help.

Episode 18, Season 2: “Dead Beat”
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Original Air date April 12, 2016 , Directed by John Kretchmer, Written by John Enbom

Liv and Ravi are in need of help and find an unlikely ally in Blaine. Detective Babineaux and Dale Bozzio pursue a new lead on an old case. Meanwhile, when Major finds himself in a world of trouble, sleazebag Brant Stone comes to his rescue. Vaughn’s evil side reaches a whole new level of mean.

Episode 19, Season 2: “Salvation Army”
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Original Air date April 12, 2016, Directed by Michael Fields, Written by Bob Dearden

Season 2 ends with Liv, Babineaux and Major crashing Vaughn’s Super Max Rager party, where Rob Thomas performs a song from his solo career. Meanwhile, Blaine reaches out to Peyton for help, which does not sit well with Ravi. The finale wraps up the Chaos Killer storyline along with the Max Rager story in an episode that does tie together so many plot lines that date back to the first season.