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Way to Die #346
"Extinguished"
Name of the death is a pun on the word "extinguished"
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Date December 12, 2006
Location Asheville, North Carolina
Episode this death
was featured in
"Death - Putting The "Fun" In "Funeral""
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"Extinguished", Way to Die #346, is the seventh and last death to be featured in "Death - Putting The "Fun" In "Funeral"", which aired on February 22, 2012.

Plot

A Wednesday night dodge ball game begins at a local community center, and Andre, an ex-jock coach, leads his team against a group of nerds. Andre prospected for college but he failed his drug tests. Though his bitter, angry attitude/personality goes on in the game, his team wins. However, Andre is not satisfied after his team players say it's "just dodge ball" and to him, it was life, so grabs a fire extinguisher after his team players tell him to "cool off". However, the fire extinguisher was defective (improperly manifolded), and as he activates it, it explodes and the handle lodges deep into his chest, tearing up his heart, killing him instantly.

"For angry Andre, life was a game to be won at all costs. But as soon as he picked up that fire extinguisher... his life went into...sudden...death."

Interviewees

  • Dr. Steven Trudeau - Adolescent Psychologist
  • Eric Abrams - Firefighter

Trivia

  • The end of the video on SPIKE's website spoiled that it is the last death to be featured in an episode, one week before the episode airs.
  • Though the narrator says that the death takes place on a Wednesday night dodgeball game, December 12, 2006, was actually on a Tuesday.

Foreign names

  • Extinguido (Extinguished) - Latin American and Spanish dubs.

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