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"E-I-E-I-Oww!", Way to Die #487 is the fifth death to be featured in "Eat, Pray, Die" which aired on August 8, 2011.


Steve/Mark and Jerry are two delinquents sentenced to 60 days on a work release program on a farm after being caught for grand theft auto. While working in the barn, there was a lot more fooling around than working; Steve/Mark also almost kills Jerry with a pitchfork. Steve/Mark finds and picks up a captive bolt pistol, thinking it is a pump to a milking machine. The farmer's daughter shows up to keep them from hurting themselves and warns him not to play with it and that it is not a pump, but Steve points it at her saying that he wants milk. Still thinking that it's a pump, Steve/Mark uses the captive bolt pistol on his own chest, piercing his heart, resulting in death by massive blood loss, sending the grand theft auto farm worker to Hell, much to the horror of Jerry and the famer's daughter.

"When you don't know what you're doing, the farm can be just as dangerous as the street."

Cast and Interviewees

  • Ray Cosico - Steve/Mark (lead: intended victim)
  • Andre Myers - Jerry (lead)
  • Megan Albertus - Farmer's Daughter (lead)
  • Ray Chao - Himself (Juvenile Parole Officer)
  • Randy Stanger - Himself (Cattle Rancher)

Segment Nicknames

  • In Farm's Way (Spike TV)

Foreign names

  • Como vaca en el matadero (Like a cow on the slaughter) - Latin American dub
  • Animalada (Animality) - Spanish dub
  • IA-IA-OW (E-I-E-I-OW) - Brazilian dub
  • Zu Tode gebolzt (Bolted to death) - German dub


  • These deaths are a counterpart to A Turn For The Purse; Branched Out, Died-Zilla, Slayer Cake, and Sneeze Bag also load this way likely piercing or damaging his/her heart is just damaged off.
  • The narrator says the name of the victim is Steve but Jerry said Mark instead when he kill himself with the cattle bolt pistol.
  • This death also shared same victim of a Katie the Bride in Way to Die #468.
  • The title of this death is the alternate title of Bibli-Killed.
  • Coincidentally, the death number, 487, is a slang term for the crime of grand theft (auto) (The crime that Steve/Mark and Jerry committed).