Necrosis is one of the pathways of the cell death, during which the cell’s lysosomes rupture, releasing hydrolase enzymes. Using a baking soda model of a eukaryotic cell and a vinegar filled “lysosome” the process of liquefaction necrosis is shown. This video, set to Frank Sinatra’s “My Way”, shows the last moments of a dying cell, as digestive enzymes are released from the lysosome into the cytoplasm and surrounding structures. Note – structures are not to scale. No cells were harmed in the making of this video.