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Liv and Let Clive 

Clive refuses Liv's help when one of his former criminal contacts is murdered.


John T. Kretchmer (as John Kretchmer)


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
Nick Purcha ... Evan Moore
Ben Cotton ... Blaine's Henchman
Aleks Paunovic ... Julien Dupont
Elise Gatien ... Corinne
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Jackie (as Sarah Jane Redmond)
Tim Chiou ... AJ
Darren E. Scott ... Ray (as Darren E Scott)
Tanja Dixon-Warren ... Cissie
Sean Millington ... Dante
Marci T. House ... Detective Devore


For domestic reasons, schoolboy Evan Moore spends a few days with big sister Liv. Initially reluctantly, Ravi -who is poorly lodged- and Major, who needs a new housemate to afford his great home, meet and prove ideally matched boyish (gaming) playmates. He and Liv look into her worry that Clive may be a dirty cop too as he refuses their help with a case tracing to a Chinatown video-store, confronting perilously a triad suspected of crimes relate to Clive's last former Vice section case, but it turns out he only tries to keep his cover. While zombie brain catering baron Blaine DeBeers enjoys a life of luxury with perks, two of his henchmen plan to set up their own firm to challenge his monopoly, so they are dealt with the hard way. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Horror


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This episode marks the introduction of the character Detective Devore, played by Marci T. House. See more »


[first lines]
Blaine DeBeers: Time to look alive, baby.
Jackie: So, last night, is that a service you provide all your clients?
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References Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) See more »


They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!
Written and performed by Sufjan Stevens (uncredited)
Played during the opening sequence.
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User Reviews

Another solid episode for IZombie, albeit not excellent

After anticipating an interesting premise back at 2015, I found myself liking this so far. IZombie lived up to it's potential to be a very good show mostly because of Rose McIver, who played the Yellow Ranger in Power Rangers RPM and made her feature film debut in Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones. The pilot episode and second and third episodes were great with solid writing, spot on performances, great use of comedy, drama, and crime, and very likeable characters.

Liv and Let Clive may not be excellent, but it's still another solid episode. Yes, the drama wasn't as strong as the previous episodes and could've been much better, but everything else still holds up. The script is still spot on, the writing is still good, the performances continue to shine with Rose McIver still giving out the best of her role, the comedy is still good, the music score is very riveting and suited the mood and atmosphere of the episode really well. Overall, another solid episode and great continuation! :)

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Release Date:

7 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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