|Way to Die #753|
|"Thanks A Clot"|
|Name of the death is a pun on "thanks a lot"|
|"What's up, Doc?"|
|Date||February 12, 2005|
|Location||Cebu Island, Philippines|
|Episode this death
was featured in
"Thanks A Clot", Way to Die #753, is the fourth death featured in "Grave Errors", which aired on March 2, 2011.
Honesto is a Filipino scam artist posing as a "psychic" surgeon, claiming to heal people by pulling out disease-ridden organs from their bodies by sleight of hand (It was really just bloody animal parts in a bowl beside the table). A patient later comes in suffering from leprosy. Honesto accidentally comes into contact with the patient's mucus while waving his hands over his body. A month later, Honesto begins to develop skin lesions on his arms. His assisant leaves, knowing the man is suffering from leprosy. A few months later, Honesto is dying and clutches onto his now meaningless cash while crawling out of his hut. Then, a blood clot swims into his lungs and stops his black heart, killing him, sending the black-hearted scammer to Hell where he belongs to.
- D.J. Grothe - Illusion Debunker
- Dr. Pavel Bindra - Cardiac Electrophysiologist
- This is the only death to feature a Filipino's death.
- Also the only death to happen in the Philippines.
- This death is also known as "Dr. Doctor" on the Spike TV website.
- The doggerel is a reference to Bugs Bunny's catchphrase and a Looney Tunes sound effect is heard just before the Way to Die # and Segment Name screen show up.
- This death has the shortest doggerel quote ever said in terms of characters, not counting the deaths which had no doggerel quote, which are usually found in the first season.
- Dinero Infectado (Infected Money) - Latin American dub.