"Bull-Heavia", Way to Die #642, is the first death to be featured on "Deadliest Kitsch” which aired on October 24, 2011.
Javez was a Middle Eastern dictator who used televised rants against the United States of America to make a point for his country. But in private, he loves America almost as much as he loves his own country. He even had his own private room filled with American-style decor and items. (Which is why Javez is a hypocrite) The item he liked most in his crazed collection was a mechanical bull he called "Old Smokey". All his troubles went away when he rode it. When he was riding it one day, Javez began to grow impatient and told his assistant Amed to speed up the bull. Javez spun erratically on the bull, until Amed accidentlly hit the stop button and Javez flew right off his mechanical steed and right on his model of Washington D.C. where the Washington model he described as "Looking like camel-penis" punctured through his heart and sternum, and out his back, much to the astonishment of Amed. Javez's strange obsession with the US ultimately led to his demise, but through all this carnage, a question lingers, was Javez really a bad guy? Answer is...Yes.
"Javez's love for America was strange, but misguided. In the land of the free, he was one more dead bad guy."
Cast and Interviewees
- Iyad Hajjaj - Javez (lead: intended victim)
- Fazio Bujazia - Amed (lead)
- Tom Metcalf - Historia
- David Svoboda - EMT
- Bleader (Spike TV website)
- Trip Table USA
- The producers of 1000 Ways to Die may have not included an exact location for ethnic purposes.
- Iyad Hajjaj (Javez) made his own behind the scenes on YouTube.
- Iyad also portrayed Abdul in Tali-Bombed, which already aired 43 episodes earlier, and his final character, Hadal, in Hummus Among Us, which aired 17 episodes later.