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Way to Die #599
"Mercury in Uranus"
Name of the death is a pun on the planet "Uranus" and "anus"
Mercury in Uranus
"Did he die? He really rectum-self."
Date July 28, 1979
Location Norman, Oklahoma
Episode this death
was featured in
"Gratefully Dead"
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"Mercury in Uranus", Way to Die #599, is the first death to be featured in "Gratefully Dead", which aired on January 13, 2010.

Plot

A frequent hospital patient named Carl Dunbar who pleasures himself by sticking common objects up his booty bungle returns when he claims to have gotten a shampoo bottle stuck in his rectum by slipping in the shower. While left alone after the bottle is removed, Carl finds a drawer containing glass rectal mercury thermometers and shoves nine of them taped together up his booty bungle. When startled by the doctor, Carl jumps back on the bed and breaks the thermometers while they are still inside of him, causing him to die of internal bleeding and mercury poisoning,

"Did he die? He really rectum-self."

Interviewees

  • Dr. Leslie Kobayashi - Trauma Surgeon
  • Dr. Steven Kim - Biochemist

Foreign names

  • Mercurio en Urano - Latin American dub.
  • Mercurio Anal (Anal Mercury) - Spanish dub

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