Way to Die #342
Name of the death is a pun on "vibrator" and "die"
Date May 1, 1998
Location San Francisco, California
Episode this death
was featured in
"Fatal Distractions"

Die-Brator, Way to Die #342, is the seventh death featured in "Fatal Distractions", which aired on October 5, 2010.


Freda is the misandristic, sociopathic leader of a fringe feminist party known as the Centuries of Womyn (COW for short), who are notorious for their sexually violent crimes against men.

She returns home from a seminar to find a vibrator from her lesbian lover, unaware that it's really a 1000-kilovolt taser that resembles a vibrator. (The COW members referred to the taser as a "manswer")

After inserting it into herself and activating it, the taser electrocutes Freda, causing her to go into cardiac arrest, killing her.

"Freda formed the COWs because she wanted to wage war on men. Men, you can breathe easier now that Freda... can't."

Cast and Interviewees

  • Elina Madison - Freda (lead: intended victim)
  • Orsolya Dunai - Herself (Feminist)
  • Dr. Pavel Bindra - Himself (Electro Physiologist)


  • This death is also known as "Pink Tingler" on the Spike TV website.
  • The scrolling text at the bottom part of the screen reads "Blah...blah...blah..."
  • This is one of two deaths to take place on May 1,1998, the other being Way to Die #64.

Foreign names

  • Vibrador letal (Lethal Vibrator) - Latin American dub.
  • Muerte vibrante (Vibrating death) - Spanish dub.