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Patriot Brains 

Liv and Clive investigate the death of a former sniper; Major gets closer to the truth.


Guy Norman Bee (as Guy Bee)


Rob Thomas (developed by), Diane Ruggiero-Wright (developed by) | 3 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
Bradley James ... Lowell Tracey
Aleks Paunovic ... Julien Dupont
Erica Luttrell ... Penny Taylor
Percy Daggs III ... Sean Taylor
Ben Wilkinson ... Lawrence Kaiser
Russell Porter ... Neighbour
Jake Guy ... Harris
Darryl Quon ... Luta
Jennifer Copping ... Janet Steig
Patrick Roccas ... Trainer Jack


Lowell realizes trough lover Liv that Blaine has been feeding him murdered human brains, repents convincingly and agrees to help her set up the murderer for execution, but when she backs out as sniper attempts to stab, only to be shot fatally himself. The team solves the murder by live monition during a paintball game of a retired sniper in the presence of his big brother program charge, whose mental trouble is enhanced by this trauma. Ravi's cure search proves excruciating as his metal glove fails to prevent a test rat's zombie bite. Major perseveres in his illegal search for the Candy Man, focusing on Blaine's deliveryman Julien Dupont and finding a gym link. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Horror


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Release Date:

12 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Liv's (Rose McIver) Zombie Traits/Skills See more »


Blaine says that "My Childhood ended April 5, 1994" referring to Kurt Cobain's death. Kurt Cobain's body was not discovered until April 8, 1994. See more »


[first lines]
Liv Moore: I had one chance at love. Turns out my would be soul mate survives on the brains of murdered teenagers.
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References The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (1950) See more »


Bright Lights
by Gary Clark Jr.
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This is bad an so many levels
17 September 2016 | by UcurianSee all my reviews

The mistake with the wrong gun has some other guy pointed out and he mad this point straight clear. I only add, that the police must have known the difference between a shell from a sniper rifle and a .38. But the most annoying points are the story-line about her ex and her giving up on shooting the evil bad guy. a) She is warned, that her ex would not give up the case, she knew that he is determine, but still she doesn't care and left him alone, even when she learned, that he is searching the web about brains. She knew that the evil bad guy must run some high end food shop and she didn't care about it. It's just unbelievable. b) She ate the brain of a sniper and the thought, that killing the evil bad guy would make her a killer is ridiculous, she knew that there would be no prison to hold him and that he would go on murdering innocent people. That's even more ridiculous. So this part leaves me frustrated, because the show started very well and could have been a real deal. But with such flaws they lost me.

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