Maternity Liv takes off with a bunch young people camping when a pregnant young lady, Emily, barely makes it into camp. She doesn’t survive, but her baby does, which leads to Liv having a snack and taking on Emily’s maternal instincts in exchange.
Liv ends up at the hospital, staring at Emily’s baby until she sees a flash of angry parents. Live let’s Clive now, but Clive has put on boyfriend duty, with a goal of getting something out of Emily’s boyfriend.
While Clive is dealing with Major’s missing kids, Ravi is making friends with Liv’s new love interest, Lowell, well at least until he fist bumps her to say goodbye.
Clive ends up on the wrong side of his fellow cops after accidentally commenting on the missing kids while Major has a reporter on the call, which leads Clive and Liv to Emily’s family cabin.
A comment by Emily’s boyfriend about barking dogs leads Clive and Liv to animal control, which leads to one of those moments where I wasn’t sure if I was allowed to laugh or not?
When Liv gets home its time for date night, only Lowell just ate someone’s brains who likes guys, which puts a damper on his night with Liv, at least at the beginning.
The next day Liv goes back to the hospital and has another vision. Emily hanging out of a window while two girls warn her that “she” will find her, even if she runs. When Liv shares the news with Clive it leads to a broader search area, and a hit on their female animal control officer, who they interviewed earlier.
While Liv and Clive are sleuthing, Major has tracked down Julian, who he thinks is the Candy Man, only to be taken away by the police after breaking Julian’s car window.
Meanwhile Clive and Liv try to stake out the animal control officer’s house only to be shot at.
Clive calls in backup, which leads to Lieutenant Suzuki making an odd command. His team should only enter the building after he gives the command. He ends up getting a bullet as thanks for his act of bravery, and then we see what he really is.
With Suzuki riding his Zombie Rage, the shooters don’t stand a chance. He takes out the husband after using a fridge door as a shield and then guns down the wife in cold blood as Liv is climbing into a nearby tree fort to rescue the other girls the family was keeping prisoner.
The scene at the house ends with Suzuki looking at Liv’s graze wound and commenting that there’s not much blood. He’s not sure, but he at least suspects that Liv is a Zombie just like him.
At the press conference Suzuki blames all the missing teens that Major is tracking as well as Emily’s death on the crazed actions of the game warden and her husband.
While Suzuki is trying to cover up Zombie crimes Major is getting a thank you from the police department for getting the subject into the news.
Maternity Liv ends with Liv on an upbeat note as the camera pans into Ravi’s test room, where there are lots of dead rats, and one Zombie Rat having some rat brain dinner.
Maternity Liv was a fun episode with some good twists and turns, earning it a 75/100, making it Worth Your While.
|1||2||Brother, Can You Spare a Brain?||70|
|1||4||Liv and Let Clive||75|
|1||5||Flight of the Living Dead||71|
|1||6||Virtual Reality Bites||76|
|1||12||Dead Rat, Live Rat, Brown Rat, White Rat||73|
|2||1||Grumpy Old Liv||80|
|2||3||Real Dead Housewife of Seattle||85|
|2||4||Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues||70|
|2||5||Love & Backetball||81|