Ash vs Evil Dead (2015–2018)
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Last Call 

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Local teens raise hell when they steal the Delta from Brock's house. Ash and his best buddy Chet devise a plan to throw a party at the bar, lure the thieves in, and get the Delta and the Necronomicon back.


Tony Tilse


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Episode cast overview:
Bruce Campbell ... Ashley 'Ash' J. Williams
Ray Santiago ... Pablo Simon Bolivar
Dana DeLorenzo ... Kelly Maxwell
Ted Raimi ... Chet Kaminski
Pepi Sonuga ... Lacey Emery
Lucy Lawless ... Ruby Knowby
Lee Majors ... Brock Williams
Olivia Mahood Olivia Mahood ... Amber
Taylor Barrett Taylor Barrett ... Tyler
James Russell ... Blake
Joel Hewlett ... Marcus
Kayleigh Haworth ... Frumpy Girl
Robert Hartley Robert Hartley ... Nerdy Boy
Oliver Carruthers Oliver Carruthers ... Preppy Guy


Local teens raise hell when they steal the Delta from Brock's house. Ash and his best buddy Chet devise a plan to throw a party at the bar, lure the thieves in, and get the Delta and the Necronomicon back.

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16 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


When Ruby and Kelly are talking outside of the bar, if you listen closely, you can hear a drunk teenager vomiting in the background. See more »


Brock Williams: [after riding a mechanical bull, To Ash] All in the ass, son. You got to clench those cheeks, nice and tight. So you them so hard you can crack a walnut on them.
Amber: [grabs Brock's ass] Ooh, my. The fanny's hard as Detroit steel, Daddy.
Brock Williams: Yeah, it ain't the only thing.
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Crazy Credits

There is a PSA voiced by Ash Williams declaiming the dangers of Pink Fuck, claiming "it'll mess with your brain, and not in the good way." See more »


Written by Jim Peterik
Performed by The Ides of March
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Another fun episode directed by Tony Tilse.
2 February 2019 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

To be honest, almost anything would be a comedown after the brilliance of episode 2, but Tony Tilse still delivers the goods. As far as I'm concerned, he could direct every episode, such is his deft handling of absurd humour and gross out special effects.

Last Call sees local teens stealing Ash's beloved Delta, unaware that the car contains the Necronomicon. When one of the teens finds the book and reads from it, the car becomes possessed and begins to kill the kids. Meanwhile, Ash is still trying to convince his father Brock (Lee Majors) of the impending evil that threatens the Earth.

Although Tilse tones it down slightly after The Morgue, there's still a few scenes that register highly on the gore-ometer, my favourite being the car's spinning wheel tearing off the face of one of the teens. The car also chops off one lad's fingers and catapults a hub cap though another's chest. In the bar, Ash and his old friend Chet (Ted Raimi) mix up a batch of drinks with a name that I cannot type in IMDb, and our hero battles a deadite trying to kill Brock, who at last realises that his son is a hero after Ash chops off the demon's head in the toilet bowl.

At the end of the show, Brock reveals to Ash that he has been harbouring a secret, but doesn't get a chance to say what it is.

7.5 out of 10, rounded up to 8 for IMDb.

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