Season four started out in such a promising place. The new “world order” in Seattle was crammed full of story building potential. From the escalating brain shortages, to the ramifications of a city-wide quarantine, there were a million different possibilities for the series to explore. It became increasingly obvious over the second half of the season that the ambitious nature of such a wide scoping narrative was hard for a small series like iZombie to pull off. ‘And He Shall Be a Good Man’ is a mostly satisfying closer to this show’s biggest arc to date, though it suffers in the same way that many of the preceding episodes did in terms of trying to do too much with too little.