We welcome John Emmet Tracy, aka Enzo Lambert, about his evolution from the man with the funny accent, to someone not to be underestimated! What drives Enzo? How much was he moved by Brother Love? What drew him to Martin? Is Enzo the Big Bad now and how close are we to figuring out what happens in the end? Your questions are answered as we try our best not to beg him to reveal what happens in the final two episodes!
We’re back to talk “Killer Queen”, which was fun, thrilling, made us feel the feels and also educated us! Liv and Clive investigate the murder of a drag queen, Ravi and Major rescue some kids, and Martin gets wishy-washy about putting his plan in motion. Et tu, Enzo?
Speaking of Enzo, watch this feed for a bonus interview with John Emmet Stacy!
Bob Dearden returns for one last victory lap as we talk about his episode “Night and the Zombie City”! There’s a million podcasts in the iZombie city, but in this epic-length one, we talk about what helped inspire the dialogue, how this is technically a bottle episode, the huge fight, and, of course, how supremely talented Rose McIver is.
We want to thank Bob so much for the many times that he’s talked about iZombie with us and we wish him so much success in his future!
We welcome Carrie Anne Fleming aka Candy Baker, everyone’s favorite trivia genie/cosmetologist/madame, who recently headed out of New Seattle for a new life without Blaine and Don E. Carrie Anne shares many stories from the set as we go through Candy’s journey from the stage of a cop bar to the back of a motorcycle. All from the deck of her sailboat!
The 90s return this week and Liv tries to solve the case of a Drop Dead Gorgeous teenager but is Clueless about her father’s manipulations. Also, Ravi and Peyton are hot on the trail of tainted utopium and the father of all zombie kind. Meanwhile, Dolly sings a song of sixpence at the Seattle Pie-esta.