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Way to Die #420
"Die-Rect TV"
Name of the death is a pun on "DirecTV"
Untitled
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Date September 29, 2009
Location Brooklyn, New York
Episode this death
was featured in
"Death - Putting the "Fun" in "Funeral""
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"Die-Rect TV", Way to Die #420, is the fifth death to be featured in "Death - Putting the "Fun" in "Funeral", which aired on February 22, 2012.

Plot

Phillip, a New York squatter living in a condemned building, has been having trouble watching TV since broadcasting went digital on June of 2009. The thing of it is, he steals electricity to power his pad. His next-door neighbors are yuppies, who have cable. On this day, they are watching a 1000 Ways marathon, and the current episode in the marathon is "The End Is Weird". Phillip decides to tap their box by rigging their line undetected. However, after successfully rigging, Phillip slips and rolls down the building's fire escape, causing his screwdriver, which he held to open the cable box, to impale him through the mouth and sever his brain stem. His neighbors were horrified to see Phillip's corpse.

"Phillip tried to steal someone's cable so that he could watch 1000 Ways to Die. But stealing cable TV is wrong. In the end, he wound up providing 1000 Ways to Die a good story." "Thanks, Phillip."

Interviewees

  • Zack Martin - Cable Installer
  • David Svoboda - EMT

Trivia

  • On the TV, the neighbors were watching "Vom-Ate-Dead" (Way to Die #323) and "Hang Dunked" (Way to Die #284) from The End is Weird.
  • In reality, there was never a 1000 Ways to Die marathon on this date.
  • Goof: The death is set in 2009, but the deaths shown on TV were from The End is Weird, first released in 2010.

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