Does someone vomit?

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TV Show • 2016 Report
Yes
487
No
12
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Y0kale
SEASON FOUR WARNINGS!!! - ep1 - NOT SAFE! at 33 minutes, max is in the toilet and chrissy vomits, you can hear it and you see her over the toilet, no visual - - ep2 - NOT SAFE! lucas vomits in the toilet at between 9 and 10 minutes, right after you see the benny's burgers sign, with visual - - ep3 - SAFE! at 26 minutes, for a brief moment we see the same scene of chrissy from ep1, this time we only see her kneeling near a toilet, no audio or visual - - ep4 - SAFE! - - ep5 - SAFE! - - ep6 - SAFE! - - ep7 - SAFE! at 1 hour and 16 minutes, nancy gets closer to a body, which has slimy stuff coming out of her mouth - - ep8 - SAFE! - - ep9 - SAFE! steve spits quite a bit at 1 hour and 36 minutes -
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
370
No
3
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fishonisland
Main character’s family member commits suicide during the beginning of the film. She is seen covered in vomit. Half way through, a man is shown throwing up after witnessing a couple jump off a cliff. It is not graphic. Later, a woman throws up after seeing a ritualistic sex scene. It is slightly graphic. All scenes are short.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
265
No
2
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Y0kale
SEASON TWO WARNINGS!!! - ep1 - SAFE! - - ep2 - SAFE! - - ep3 - SAFE! - - ep4 - NOT SAFE! just skip from 39 to 42 minutes to avoid it, it's maddy's birthday party and cassie is drunk in a hot tub and vomits all over everyone - - ep5 - NOT SAFE! rue does at 31 minutes a bit after she gets out of the house and is talking to cops, its not too long so you can skip it easily. at 41 minutes she says that she is gonna be sick, she vomits again, this time audio only, and after that you see a blurry image of her laying on the toilet - - ep6 - SAFE! - - ep7 - SAFE! - - ep8 - SAFE! -
Video Game • 2017 Report
Yes
254
No
3
44
cuddlybeagle
One of the characters (Natsuki) is shown throwing up after seeing another character's (Yuri) dead body.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
240
No
4
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warden
Season 2, episode 7, Klaus vomits, graphic & sound. Starts at 40:00, ends 40:17. Vomit can be seen on the ground during scene 42:30-43:22. Season 2, episode 8, continue of the same scene, vomit can be seen on the ground during 3:50-4:50, including someone with vomit all over it. I included the specific time-frames so you can skip around these if you're easily triggered.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
220
No
2
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TFMD
An important plot point is that one character vomits every time she lies. This happens about 4 times in the movie. The first 3 times she vomits into a container or semi-offscreen so we don't see much, but we hear noises. The final time she vomits onto another character's face, and it's really graphic. There are also a couple of other moments when she gags but doesn't vomit.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
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No
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memahta
3 times. at the beginning of the movie, when Richie show up for the first time (he shows up already vomiting, so take care); then when Eddie is struggling the leper (the leper vomits, but it's black, so it didn't look like a vomit, but still), Eddie goes home like that (covered in black vomit) and just clean himself when he's home; and then Richie again when he murder a real person at the library.
TV Show • 2017 Report
Yes
188
No
4
14
Vanessa Anni
S1, E3 - Clay vomits after drinking beer S1, E9 - Just sound S2, E4 - Two times someone vomits. S2, E5 S2, E6 - Someone‘s cleaning up vomit S2, E8
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
176
No
1
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averyanderson2018
FULL COMPREHENSIVE LIST: Season 1: Safe Season 2: S2 Episode 12: About 2 minutes and 30 seconds in, people watch Dwight from a window crash his car into a pole. he gets out, wobbles around, then graphically v*s on his car. S 2 Episode 11: The company is on a Booze Cruise and at around 17:00, michael feels seas*ck and pulls out a bag and v*s. No visual except him bent over with his face in the bag and it lasts about 5 or 6 seconds. Season 4 S4, Episode 1: Isn't safe. after Michael finished the run, he says (in voice over) “i eventually p* my guts out” and then pretty much immediately he bends over and v*, visual, no audio. wait til Meredith starts talking again (i think she just says “hey Michael”) because he has it on his mouth until then. Season 6; S6, Episode 4 Niagara part 1 Due to Pam’s pregnancy she sensitive to foods. And at about 1:20 almost everyone in the office v* in a chain reaction up until the theme. So it’s preferable to skip cause it does show the v*. Safe once the opening credits/theme song starts. S6 Episode 10 There is a short v* scene in the beginning around 4:20 where Michael learns that the company may be going bankrupt. It is behind a closed door and only quiet sounds. Didn’t find it super triggering, but someone else might. Season 7 “Viewing Party” From 14:45 to 15:30, Andy acts like he's about to be sick and from 17:05 to 17:20, he is sick, somewhat graphically. At 21:00 in that same episode, he is seen leaning over a toilet. This happens right after Dwight is getting fed pepperoni and Kevin says his pigs in a blanket line. S7 episode 14 Kevin g* and v*. I believe the rest of the episode is fine, but I found that one scene more triggering than a lot of other scenes involving v* in other shows. The sound is pretty graphic (I don’t believe there’s much visual stuff besides him holding a trash can, but I don’t remember for sure). I don’t know exactly where it is in the episode, but just know that when you get to the scene where Kevin starts running, you should skip to the next scene (I think this scene lasts about 1-2 minutes). S7 Episode 21 Episode is safe, however v* is implied. At around 9:50 after they introduce Diangelo, he starts looking pale and sweaty and he runs to the bathroom. Then seconds later Michael walks in and you can hear Diangelo groaning and leaning over a toilet, but nothing is actually shown. Then around 16 min he mentions it saying “I was in the bathroom v* and v*..“ Season 8 S8, Episode 16 At around 15 minutes in, Packer is dancing and runs over to Gabe and V*s. It’s over very quick, with slight sound and full visual. If you want to avoid it, mute and tab out when you see him dancing and leave it for about 10 seconds. S8 Episode 23 In the beginning around 3:30 in, everyone in the office is arguing and Robert California puts up his finger and shushes everyone, and proceeds to v* into a trash can. No visual (only him bending over) but there are sounds that can be triggering, and it lasts about 10 seconds. Season 9 S9 Episode 1 In this episode, at the beginning, all of the members of the office are talking about what they did over the summer. Dwight says he made a new sports drink made of beets. In the next scene, it shows Angela and Dwight in a hospital (for a completely unrelated reason, which makes this unexpected) and after getting some news from a doctor, Dwight v*s the bright blue drink all over Angela. Just fast forward past the doctors office, and it ends when Kevin starts talking.
Movie • 2012 Report
Yes
167
No
0
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Wallflower
Someone projectile vomits twice. Very graphic.
Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
159
No
9
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Holly May Marshall
Major spoilers ahead, however these spoilers indicate to whoever's reading this as to when to look away during the movie, either due to fear or just not wanting to see vomit: there are four scenes in the movie in which there is sludge or vomit involved. One, when Bill encounters Georgie in the basement, two, when Eddie encounters the leper, three, when Richie and Bill are searching for Eds in the upstairs bedroom in Niebolt Mansion, and four, when the losers' club are fighting Pennywise in the sewer.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
157
No
5
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E2: Someone pukes into a sink. Three individuals throw up on each other. S1E5: Mention of vomit. S1E7: Someone drinks too much and has vomit on his shirt. S2E6: Someone vomits into their cup of alcohol. S2E7: Someone is hungover.
Movie • 2004 Report
Yes
155
No
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ElevenHopper
At her party, Cady(Lindsey Lohan) is upstairs with Aaron. It's obvious when it's about to happen because she starts to look dizzy. She says, "Here is comes, word vomit. Wait no, real vomit!" Plug your ears because there is audio. Aaron walks out of the house and flicks the vomit off of his clothes. You hear it splatter on the ground, which is very gross, so try to just skip the second party scene if you want. It's not the Halloween party. Hope this helps! :)
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
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KirEm
okay. this took me forever, i definitely missed some, and haven't watched past s16e11 but will update as i go. this is a pretty comprehensive list of the worst ones (with time stamps): s3e4: visual and audio of meredith vomiting at ~6:10 and again at ~7:45 s5e20: visual and audio of izzie vomiting at ~21:30 s6e4: visceral visual and audio of thatcher vomiting blood TWICE at ~03:47 s6e7: visceral visual and audio of derek vomiting at ~30:45 s7e9: partial visual and audio of christina vomiting at ~41:30 s8e3: audio of owen vomiting at ~37:20 s8e21: audio and partial visual of meredith gagging and then vomiting at ~7:20, audio and partial visual of meredith vomiting at ~38:00 s8e22: partial visual and audio of meredith vomiting (twice) at ~09:35, and again at ~30:25, and at ~31:15, and at 31:50 s9e6: audio and visual of a patient vomiting on jo at ~04:45, and 29:30 s10e18: many people act as though they are going to vomit, visceral audio of jackson vomiting at ~38:30 s11e6: visual and audio of patient vomiting during intro at ~00:20, s11e07: audio of dr. herman vomiting at 30:05 s11e21: visual and audio of meredith vomiting at ~37:00 s12e5: meredith does NOT vomit but runs to the bathroom as though she might s13e9: visual and audio of patient vomiting blood at ~06:00 s13e10: audio of jo vomiting at ~41:30 s13e20: audio and visual of a passenger vomiting at ~22:50 s13e21: audio and visual of a patient vomiting at ~03:10 s14e2: audio and partial visual at ~21:55 s14e8: visual and audio of a young patient vomiting at ~39:10 s14e14: audio and partial visual of a young patient vomiting at ~02:50 s14e18: audio and visual of amelia vomiting at ~18:50 s14e22: visceral audio and visual of a girl vomiting at ~00:50 s16e1: young girl vomits at ~12:00 s16e5: audio and visual of zola vomiting at ~01:55 s16e11: audio and visual of a young man vomiting blood at ~07:50 s16e14: audio and visual of patient vomiting at ~01:30
TV Show • 2021 Report
Yes
145
No
51
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sydneylewis
on episode 1, at around the 46:35 mark, a man spits up blood. it's not vomit but it was very sudden and as someone with emetophobia it definitely shook me up a bit
Movie • 1989 Report
Yes
145
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Caitlin Belle Isle
Veronica and Heather fight after Veronica embarrasses her at a party by refusing to have s*x with a college kid and then throwing up on her and telling her to “Lick it up baby. Lick it up.”
TV Show • 2014 Report
Yes
138
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0
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: BoJack throws up cotton candy in a man's face and later off a balcony. S1E3: Someone throws up at a party. Barf is seen on the walls. S1E7: Todd is heard vomiting. S2E11: A teenager drinks too much and has to be transported to the hospital. S3E10: Someone in the background is heard throwing up. S4E1: Princess Carolyn pukes a few times. S4E10: Beatrice throws up in a man's face. S6E10: Diane is heard throwing up. S6E15: BoJack coughs up a black liquid in a dream.
Yes
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Vomit in movies is so UNNECESSARY especially in a Marvel movie. A huge thank you to the amazing people who take one for the team and report back for other emetophobes.
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
133
No
2
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rhipea217
Near the start of the film, Sandra Bullock vomits loudly into a toilet after being handed a leaflet in the hospital - it happens after a sudden cut so took me by surprise as there is zero warning.
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
130
No
1
15
Season 1: safe Season 2, episode 1: Joffrey forces a man to drink a barrel of wine towards the beginning of episode, and he doubles over puking on screen (very brief). Season 2, episode 9: a man on Stannis’s ship vomits on screen into a barrel near the beginning of episode(very brief) Season 3, episode 1: While Dany and Jorah are talking on a ship, a man vomits off-screen (audible) and in the next shot, he is hunched over next to where he puked (vomit visible on ground). Season 3, episode 4: Jaime pukes onscreen after drinking from a bottle. Happens right after his captors tell him it’s horse piss. Season 4, episode 2: To avoid spoilers, I will simply just put a timestamp for this one: *49:30* Happens at Joffreys wedding(very brief). *Someone already made a list for the rest of the seasons (1-6), but for season 7-8, there is no vomit in any. Season 7 and 8 are safe!!
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
125
No
0
27
TFMD
Early on a drunk man retches in an alley, and later a woman with a concussion vomits in a toilet.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
123
No
4
13
JenniferMathews
S6 ep 5: Charles and Captain Holt both throw up after drinking in the bar. S8 ep 3: Terry says he’s nauseous several times, which worried my emetophobic daughter. But he never throws up the entire episode - his stomach just makes repeated rumbling noises. Safe to watch this one.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
119
No
4
18
blahblabla
S2, E11 - Sam can be seen hanging over a toilet during a hangover, but no vomit (20 mins). S3, E9 - Dean coughs up blood after being hexed by a witch (22 mins). S4, E8 - Dean can be heard vomiting from inside the bathroom after getting food poisoning (20 mins). S5, E21 - There's scenes where a doctor vomits, and patients and doctors have vomit around them. Castiel also coughs up blood in this scene (After recap - 7 mins and on). S6, E5 - Dean vomits blood concoction (37:40). S8, E12 - Henry Winchester can be seen vomiting after getting out of the Impala (10 mins). S8, E14 - Kevin can be heard vomiting, no visuals (5:30). S9, E23 - Dean vomits in corner of bunker cell (2:50). S11, E10 - Dean vomits from smiting sickness (from around 8:30 to 11 mins). S11, E17 - Dean vomits up pills from overdosing (30:45). S14, E15 - An employee vomits after someones head explodes (3 mins). S15 , E10 - Dean vomits after finding out he's lactose intolerant (24:30 - 25:30).
TV Show • 2008 Report
Yes
116
No
0
26
WhatTheDucky
From Tumblr ALL Breaking Bad warnings a masterpost of masterposts! what a concept! BEWARE OF SPOILERS Breaking Bad: Season 1 Warnings it should first be said that this show is not for people who are bothered by really violent or disturbing content. however, there’s not too much v* so it’s easy to avoid if that’s all you’re worried about! possible spoilers ahead~ episode 1- walter coughs throughout. at the beginning, after coming out of the trailer, the coughing is particularly intense. this may be triggering. towards the end, after telling jesse what happened in the trailer, walter bends over and v*s violently. you can’t see it, but you see him bending over and you hear it very clearly for quite a few seconds episodes 2 through 5 are safe aside from coughing (and subject matter that involves really gruesome images and such) episode 6- when walter is teaching toward the beginning, he tells them to work on their stuff alone and then leaves the room to v*. I tabbed out and took my earphones out, but I think it’s shown a bit and heard quite violently. after walt’s second chemo scene, about 19 minutes in, he is paying with a check and goes to the bathroom to v*. I think it’s pretty much just like the last one episode 7 is safe Breaking Bad: Season 2 Warnings just like I said last time- a very intense and often gory show. possible spoilers ahead. Episodes 1 through 4 are safe. There’s always coughing of course, but the only notably triggering moment is in episode 4 when jesse makes it back inside the trailer and begins coughing intensely. It seems as if he’ll v* but he doesn’t. Toward the beginning of episode 5, about 7 minutes in when Walt gets out of bed to count the money, he goes to the bathroom and gets sick. The toilet clogs and he spends a little bit cleaning up, so the scene ends up being about a minute and a half. Just tab out and take our your earphones/mute it. Episode 8 is safe, minus the usual coughing. Also, Hank has a couple panic attacks in this episode, which might seem like he’s going to throw up, but he doesn’t. Episode 9 is technically safe, but at the beginning Walt leaves the waiting room and has a particularly bad coughing spell in the bathroom. He is coughing violently and leaning somewhat over the toilet, but he doesn’t v*. It still may be triggering. In Episode 10, around 15 minutes in, Walt Jr. is sick into the pool. He starts to cough after taking a drink at about 14 minutes. I stopped watching/listening so I don’t really know how much is shown, but a previous anon said it’s pretty graphic. I would honestly skip that whole scene where they’re outside drinking. Stop watching when Walt pours out Walt Jr.’s ice. The scene ends at 16 minutes. Episode 11 is safe. Episode 12 is safe up until the end. When Walt goes into Jesse’s apartment, Jane ends up v*ing quite a bit. I didn’t watch because I knew something was coming, but it sounds horrible because she's choking. You should probably just skip the entire scene. It’s the last scene of the episode. Episode 13 is safe. Breaking Bad: Season 3 Warnings same disclaimer for violence and intensity as the previous seasons Episodes 1 through 4 are safe. In episode 5, about 3 minutes in, Jesse is leaving the strip club with his friends, and Skinny v*s outside as he’s walking away. As soon as you see they’re leaving the club, tab out and mute. Episodes 6 through 13 are safe. Breaking Bad: Season 4 Warnings violence and intensity, spoilers, etc etc you know the deal~ Episode 1 is technically safe, but there is a VERY gruesome death towards the end. I usually don’t mention these, but since I’m hardly bothered by gore and this one affected me, I thought it was worth mentioning. Also, witnessing it causes Walter to look like he’s going to be sick. Episodes 2 through 9 are safe. When Gus goes to the bathroom in episode 10, he sets a towel down in front of the toilet and makes himself v*. It’s obvious it’s coming because he kneels in front of the toilet and sticks his two fingers toward his mouth. I’m not sure if you see v* but you see him leaning over and hear the sounds. Episodes 11 through 13 are safe. Breaking Bad: Season 5 warnings Episodes 1 through 8 are safe. In episode 9, when the Whites are eating dinner, around 33 minutes in, Walt runs to the bathroom and leans over the toilet. I honestly don’t know if he v*s at first because I saw it coming on the little netflix preview screen, and when the scene came I tabbed out and listened to it at a low volume. It doesn’t sound like he v*s but I know he turns the water on. However, after he notices his book is gone, he makes a gagging sound and leans over. Nothing is shown. Episodes 10 through 16 are safe.
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
114
No
3
18
Robin Mizushima
It's very graphic. Eddie overeats after being attatched to the Symbiote and heads to the toilet directly after.
Video Game Report
Yes
112
No
3
26
catasantos66
You're seeing hank drunk and he throws up in his bathroom, but he gives a warning first though, it's not a cutscene so you can leave the room.
Movie • 2013 Report
Yes
111
No
4
12
acotitta
1:07:00 - 1:10:00 vomit
Anime • 2016 Report
Yes
110
No
0
15
kurogirii
Bakugo vomits when he gets punched in the stomach by All Might during the Exams arc. It's definitely not depicted as sparkly rainbows that time, both in the anime and manga. Additionally a younger Todoroki and Shigaraki are seen vomiting in flashbacks.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
110
No
1
8
flisscakes
a complete list of times to skip: S1E8: 2min, S1E11: 2min, S2E4: 46min, S2E10: 49min50sec, S3E13: 8min and 1hr5min, S4E9: 18min, S4E10: 58min, S4E11: 24min, 41min and 50min, S5E5: 14min and 15min, S5E12: 13min and 45min, S6E3: 23min and 31min, S6E11: 4min, there is none in series 7.
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
110
No
1
10
Katelyn Wernet
At the party someone vomits on a main character