"Pebble Bitched", Way to Die #509, is the first death featured in "Death, The Final Frontier", which aired on July 15, 2012.
At a local barbecue hosted by a group of a rednecks, brothers Bo and Austin show up and attempt to pick up the same woman, the local town tease Lula Mae (played by Chelsea Edmundson). This causes the two brothers to have an argument over who will take Lula Mae home and she settles it by organizing a truck pull with the winner taking her home with one of the two brothers. The tires from both trucks cause high amounts of gravel to fly at the young woman. One huge rock strikes Lula Mae in the temple, causing massive internal bleeding within her skull, killing her within minutes.
Cast and Interviewees
- Dr. Robert Pousman - Critical Care Specialist
- Chelsea Edmundson - Lula Mae (lead: intended victim)
Continuity: Lula Mae wears a crop top in the beginning of the segment, but when she dies she is shown wearing a bikini top.
Revealing: Lula Mae's eyelids twitch several times, even though she's supposed to be dead.
Plot hole: After Lula Mae dies, no one is shown to be in shock or going up to the corpse.
- The two trucks being driven by the rednecks are both Chevrolet trucks. One is a white 1999-2002 Chevrolet Silverado (pre-facelift) and the other is a beige 1994-1998 Chevrolet C/K.
- If you listen closely to Lula Mae’s scream, you’ll find it sounds exactly like Fiona's scream from UninTented, and Serenity’s in Tanks For Nothing.
- This is the first death in the episode where the doggerel quote has a reference to another death (In this case, Rocked Out). The second and final death in the episode that has the reference is Phlegm Phatale.
- This the final death in the series to be interviewed by Dr. Robert Pousman.
- This is the final death to use the tune
- This is the final death to take place in the 2010's
- Pit-y Party (Spike TV Website)
- Pebbles Of Punishment
- The Trucky Trouble
- Flying Stones (German dub)
- Zorra Lapidada (Stoned Fox) - Spanish dub