|Way to Die #608|
|"Catch and Decease"|
|Name of the death is a pun on "catch and release” or Ben Lee's song “Catch my Disease"|
|"Jeff came looking for gold, but a little fish swam up his pole. The yellow water turned bloody red... and before you knew it... Jeff... he dead."|
|Date||June 17, 2008|
|Episode this death
was featured in
|"Putting A Smiley Face On Death"|
"Catch and Decease", Way to Die #608, is the second death to be featured in "Putting A Smiley Face On Death", which aired on September 14, 2010.
Jeffery Miller (nicknamed "Cuzo" which means jackass) has came to the Amazon basin searching for gold. But he's too lazy to do it himself, so he hires a group of natives to search for it and abuses them while they are doing so. To beat the heat, Jeff decided to cool off by swimming in the river. While he was peeing, the urine attracted a candiru catfish which enters his penis and attaches itself to the side of his urethra. He had two options; leave it in and risk amputation, or pull it out and tear out the inside of his member. Jeff ripped the fish out, but lost much of the inside of his penis causing it to bleed. Soon, the escaping blood had attracted a school of hungry piranhas, which began to eat Jeff alive, first reducing his arm to bones, and finishing off the rest of him. Later, Jeff's skeleton floats by in the river.
- Jules Sylvester - Wildlife Expert
- cuzo isn't an actual word the closest things to it are cu (asshole as in the part of the body) and cuzão (asshole as in the swear word)
- Also called "No Candiru" on the Spike TV website.
- Jackass in Portuguese could also be "Burro" (pronounced Bu-ho).
- in the brazilian dub jeff is called sr (short for senhor the word for mister) bundão (mr jackass) because as previously stated cuzo isn't a real word
- No Cadiru (Spike TV)
- Pescar la muerte (Fishing Death) - Latin American dub
- Pescar y morir (Fish and Die) - Spanish dub
- isca de peixe (fish bait) brazilian dub