The series ends with a graphic displaying "The End" with a flashing "?".
He gets blown up after falling on a bed made of plastic explosives.
He explodes after drinking from the bottle marked, "Juice That Makes You Explode".
#1 -- He gets stabbed in the heart by his stalker.
#2 -- He gets run over 20 times.
Gus shoots him with a rifle 6 times in the chest, and he falls over a few minutes later.
Stunt doubles were used during the fight scene between Sharon and Irma. They are obviously men, as their beard stubble is clearly visible.
He falls over dead from tonsillitis, one of the .001%.
Error: Sharon shoots at Chris 10 times with a revolver. The typically capacity for a revolver is 5 or 6 rounds.
He gets a gaping hole blown in his chest by Rob, the food inspector.
#1 -- He chokes on his cereal.
#2 -- Sharon strangles him.
Chris Dies: Chris turns into a skeleton waiting outside the doors to the city.
Chris dies: A giant boulder falls on him.
Chris Dies: This is the first of many episodes in which Chris appears to get killed. At the end of the episode, one of the detectives points a gun at Chris' head and (off-camera) shoots him.
Brian Doyle-Murray would go on to have a starring role in the show's second season as Gus Borden. He would later be seen with Chris Elliott in Cabin Boy, playing Skunk.
The newspaper which Chris delivers on his bike during the opening credits is the Pioneer Press, the St. Paul, Minnesota-based newspaper which primarily serves the Twin Cities.