Way to Die #820
Name of the death is a pun on "suffer" and "suffocated"
"In the end, Floyd went bye-bye. And Lance? He just lapped it up."
Date November 16, 2009
Location Bloomington, Indiana
Episode this death
was featured in
"Deadliest Kitsch"

"Suffer-cated", Way to Die #820, is the third death to be featured in "Deadliest Kitsch", which aired on October 24, 2011.


Floyd is a famous bike rider. He keeps a chamber in to relax. However, he trained so hard, his girlfriend moved out, leaving behind the dog, whose named was Lance. Lance needed some water but Floyd wasn't giving any of his water to drink. Not only that, he talked smack to Lance by calling him names. As Floyd, who injected steroids onto the vein of his left arm, went inside of the chamber, Lance reached for the water but accidentally turned off the oxygen in the process. 20 minutes later, Floyd woke up and was knocking his own homemade chamber tank doorside down. He suffocated to death. Lance gloats and drinks the rest of Floyd's water.


  • Also called "Cheating's Edge" on the Spike TV website.
  • This is one of the few deaths that have no interviewees.
  • The names of the male lead (Floyd) and his pet dog (Lance) are likely a reference to cyclists Floyd Landis and Lance Armstrong.