|Way to Die #113|
|"Tanks For Nothing"|
|Name of the death is a pun on the phrase "thanks for nothing"|
|"Serenity was looking for paradise in Earth. She should've realized in every Eden, there's always a snake to watch out for."|
|Date||December 7, 2006|
|Location||St. Augustine, Florida|
|Episode this death
was featured in
|"Come On, Get Deathy"|
"Tanks For Nothing", Way to Die #113, is the first death featured in "Come On, Get Deathy", which aired on January 20, 2010.
A devout Buddhist woman named Serenity (Kelley Koski) practices yoga and meditation, hoping to achieve what the Buddhists refer to as "Satori". To relax her mind, she prepares to enter in a homemade isolation tank full of warm water. As she is changing into something more comfortable for the tank, a Florida water moccasin enters her home and crawls inside the tank for warmth. Serenity fails to notice the venomous snake due to her blissed out state as it crawls up her body and bites her on the left side of her jaw, subjecting her to a lethal dose of venom.
- Serenity does not speak in her appearances.
- She was portrayed by Kelley Koski
- Serenity's screaming voice similar to Lula Mae in "Pebble Bitched".
- It is based on the death of a waterskier. The waterskier toppled into a nest of deadly water moccasins.
- A Snake in a Tank