|Way to Die #147|
|Name of the death is a pun on "platform" and "splat"|
|"For T-Bone, life was just a party. He danced to the beat and put on a show. Now, he's a deadbeat, and that's... fo' sho'. Can you dig it?"
(singing) "Disco death, disco death!"
|Date||September 5, 1977|
|Location||Harlem, New York|
|Episode this death
was featured in
|"Death, The New Black"|
"Splat-formed", Way to Die #147, is the first death to be featured in "Death, The New Black", which aired on July 18, 2011.
A cocaine dealer named T-Bone, who was also addicted to the drug he sold, goes to a disco to show off his moves and have fun. When he trips in his platform shoes, the spearheaded end of his male symbol necklace pierces his jugular vein, and he bleeds to death. Since he was on cocaine and danced at the same time, that increased his heart rate which made his heart pump blood faster.
- Rev. Daina House - Miss January 1976
- Dr. Rob Shapiro - Surgeon
- Also called "Dead as Disco" on the Spike TV website.
- This death takes place exactly 21 years after Bad Hair Day.
- At the end of the death in the death card instead can you hear the "Disco Dance" of this death's dance song.
- Dead as Disco (Spike TV)
- Todes tanz (Death dance) - German dub
- Plataformas Mortales (Deadly Plataform) - Latin American Dub