"Washed And Fried", Way to Die #238, is the first death featured in "Death Watch", which aired on January 27, 2010, and the first death in the Death By Request: Special episode, which aired on October 24, 2011.
Five cheerleaders from Simi Valley University are promoting a car wash to raise some money. The fact is, Simi Valley University doesn't exist, and these so-called "cheerleaders" are actually strippers. They were desperate to earn more money and they accept whatever payment a customer has. One of their customers, a perverted elderly widower named Harold, cruised into the car wash, and said how dirty his car was. He was going into the car wash version of a happy ending when he saw how sexy the strippers were. One of them got a power buffer to polish Harold's car, but little did she know that the buffer's cord was exposed and is near a pool of water. The buffer gets wet by an igniting spark, electrocuting all five strippers in the process, who were dead before they could hit the pavement.
"Thank god my wife died!" - Harold, in the middle of the car wash
"Harold was about to reach the car wash version of a happy ending. To polish off the old geezer, they brought out an electric buffer. But these little misdemeanors had a bad connection..."
- Stephanie Carrion - Con Artist
- Dr. Ramon Cestero - Trauma Surgeon
- This death scene is awarded the "Sexiest Death" in the Death By Request: Special episode.
- This death has the most number of females that died in a story.
- This is the second death that Occurred in Simi Valley, First death that occurred in Simi Valley was Pained Gun.