Blaine’s World begins with Blaine and Julien in a panic, trying to find the brains that Major stole, and which Blaine has already sold for a lot of money.
Julien has searched everywhere he can think of, but he can’t find the brains, and Major’s not in a talking mood. He knows if he tells them he gave them to Liv to test, he’s going to be putting her in danger. He’d rather freeze to death than put Liv at danger.
While Major is freezing, Liv, Clive, and Ravi are at the MEs office, and they’ve got Miss Giovanni on their table. Miss Giovanni didn’t survive the beat down. Liv does her thing, making a Giovanni sandwich.
As Liv is eating, Ravi has made more progress. Their second Zombie Rat has turned Normal Rat, but they only have one dose, and Ravi doesn’t have enough ingredients to make more. As Liv and Ravi are discussing the cure, Liv get’s a vision and a lot of puzzle pieces fall into place.
Assassin Zombie had saved the video proof of Zombie life, and when the kids hit him with their car, they took his wallet, and the memory card inside it. Now Max Rager Corp needs to cover their tracks, and it doesn’t matter how many people they kill, or die from the Zombie Virus.
We then cut to the CEO of Max Rager, Vaughn Du Clark, recruiting a new chief scientist after the last one got a little too close to an angry and hungry Zombie.
As Vaughn Du Clark is ending his interview, Liv and Clive shows up, which is perfect timing as Max Rager’s new chief scientist wants to see a Zombie in action, and they know Liv isn’t human.
Back in the freezer, Blaine promises Major that he’s going to keep him just cold enough to suffer, but not die. Blaine wants to know where his Astronaut Brains are, and he’s willing to torture Major to get the information.
Out in the wild, Max Rager’s team has bought the thumb drive, but the only surviving teen was smart enough to pay a hobo to watch his, car, which saves his life when he gets waved off a minute before his car goes boom!
The kids thinks he made it out with the bag of money but when he starts to paw through it, he finds that he’s not the only smart one. The Max Rager agents have put a tracker in the cash.
So if they were going to blow up the car with the money, why not just put some explosives in the bag too?
As the surviving kid tries to flee, he’s picked up by the police and ends up in the police interrogation room with Liv and Clive. The kid wants a deal, to be tried as a minor, but Clive has other ideas. The kid can cooperate or they will let him go so he can take his chances on the street, and the kid is smart enough to know he’s dead once he leaves the police station.
When Ravi gets home he calls Liv because Major hasn’t come home. Liv decides she has to lie to Major about the brains he gave her, and tells him they are Monkey Brains, but by texting Major she lets Blaine know exactly where his products are. Liv does the only thing she can, and agrees to exchange Major for the brains.
Liv, being the trusting soul that she is, hands over the brains before she confirms that they actually gave her Major. While Liv is being tricked, Major is setting a blaze in the freezer with the lighter he found on the dead kid, and affects an escape.
This gives him enough time to go back to his vehicle and get strapped, which includes a grenade. Major is in the mood to even a few scores.
This leads to Major kicking some ass. Blaine has just lost four employees, and returns with Julien just as Major is completing his work on the first four. Julien ends up in the freezer with a grenade, but before Major can take care of Blaine, he gets a knife to get guts.
Blaine leaves Major to bleed out when Liv walks into the front of the Butcher Shop and puts a bullet in Blaine, thinking that Major is already dead. Blaine is rubbing his power into Liv’s nose when she stabs him with the dose of the cure she was going to give herself.
Blaine flees, human again, while Liv looks at Major who is about to die, and does the only thing she can think of to save him, and scratches him.
Liv takes Major back to her apartment and tries to explain why she did what she did, but Major isn’t exactly happy that she turned him. Liv is hoping they can be together as they are both Zombies, but Major is hurt and angry. Liv has done nothing but lie to him, and even allowed let him admit himself to a Psyche ward rather than tell him the truth.
While Liv is getting her soul crushed, Suzuki has realized that without the butcher shop he doesn’t have a source of food, and blows himself, and the shop up just as Liv’s brother is arriving for his first day of work.
After the police show up Clive realizes that everything isn’t quite what it seems, and even though Suzuki set it up to look like he went down with a fight, Clive has some intuition that Major was involved.
Blaine’s World ends on a heartbreaking note. Liv’s brother is in surgery with multiple shrapnel wounds and lots of blood loss.
The doctors need blood, and Liv is a potential downer. The screen goes dark as Liv is telling her mother no, she can’t give her brother blood, but she also can’t tell them the real reason.
The Season 1 finale has some great action when Major goes on the attack and rapped up a lot of storylines in a very satisfactory manner. I’m going to give Blaine’s World an 80/100 making it Worth Your Time. If you have someone in your life who isn’t a zombie fan, but does like murder mystery shows, this is a must watch that you will both enjoy.
|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|