Hazbin Hotel

Movie • 2019 • Animation  

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In attempt to find a non-violent alternative for reducing Hell's overpopulation, the daughter of Lucifer opens a rehabilitation hotel that offers a group of misfit demons a chance at redemption.
This movie contains 88 potentially triggering events.
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Does the dog die?
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Abandonment
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Dreamdust1600
It is very quickly mentioned that Charlies mother has been gone for 7 years with no contact
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TheHazbin
Charlie hasn't heard from her mother Lilith in seven years -- it's unclear why. Charlie tries to remain positive but is clearly bothered.
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Is an animal abandoned?
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Abuse
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Dreamdust1600
It's implied that some characters had abusive parents in their life but their lives aren't clearly mentioned at all
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Is someone stalked?
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mbouniol
Not sure that this counts as stalking necessarily, but Vox is an overlord in hell with cameras everywhere so he can watch everyone. He is particularly fixated with Alastor, but Alastor can warp his footage.
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TheHazbin
Angel Dust is in an abusive relationship with his boss, Valentino.
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CatTheTerrible
Not a woman, but Angel Dust goes through a lot of abuse, some of which is filmed in-universe.
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ChokitPy
One of the main characters is being abused and he on occasion makes sexually charged come-ons to other characters, who do not reciprocate. This is however acknowledged as sexual harassment, and the person is yelled at for not respecting boundaries.
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ethan0l_
Angel Dust is gaslit by his boss Valentino. He goes through a list of voicemails on his mobile device that swing back and forth between being threatening and abusive and claiming that he would never hurt him and loves him.
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Is someone abused with a belt?
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Is a child abused?
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hammy1
While never stated directly, Charlie talks over the phone to her mother about how her "dad was right about her", implying that he doesn't take her seriously.
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Addiction
5
FrightfulFilms
Angel Dust is both named after drugs and implied to use them, and there are many drug related jokes and gags
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Is there addiction?
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FrightfulFilms
Husk is shown to be an alcoholic, and there are many drug refrences, from a character being named after them to drugs being casually sold in a vending machine
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iamconstantine
Husker is a heavy drinker and only agrees to help the hotel when he gets free booze.
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
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Does a horse die?
57 supporters
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Junkeii
a goat dies but not a horse
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
101 supporters
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16
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mbouniol
Dazzle, one of Charlie's flying goats, is stabbed in the finale at 12:20. It's visible until 12:38 when Lute and Vaggie begin their fight.
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Are animals abused?
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Yes
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mbouniol
Alastor is shown eating a dead deer (raw). skip from 2:48 to 3:16. The scene is just Vaggie asking Alastor to get rid of Sir Pen's egg bois. He says yes and then she reiterates to get rid of them 'humanely.' He says 'that's a lot less fun' but ultimately agrees to do it. That's all you'd miss in the scene.
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Is an animal sad?
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mbouniol
Angel Dust's pet pig, Fat Nuggets, appears a bit sad when he realizes Angel is sad. Nothing too intense, in my opinion.
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Are rabbits harmed?
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Does a cat die?
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Does a pet die?
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Tackytowelsandshirts
One of Charlie's little goat demons, Dazzle, dies defending the hotel while in his big demon form.

The scene where he dies & can be seen laying in the background lasts between 12:14-12:47.
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Does a dragon die?
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Tackytowelsandshirts
One of Charlie's little goat demons, Dazzle, dies defending the hotel while in his big demon form. The demon forms for both Razzle & Dazzle make them resemble dragons.

The scene where he dies & can be seen laying in the background lasts between 12:14-12:47.
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Are there spiders?
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16Dork01
Angel Dust, who is one of the main characters, is a spider demon.
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KaiserWilhelmII
This one is tricky, due to my memory being poor.
In a concept art that would be made into a scene, Alastor lives in a swamp area of the Hotel. In the concept, there were supposed to be alligators
This was either completely cut, or they're hidden enough in the scene that you won't notice them
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Are there snakes?
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8
Sir Pentious is a snake demon. Snakes are also a motif for Lucifer.
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Are there sharks?
5 supporters
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44
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5
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Tackytowelsandshirts
There are multiple anthropomorphic, gangster-inspired, shark demon characters referred to as "Loan Sharks" that appear several times in the show, specifically in S1 E4 & in S1 E5 so far.
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Are there bugs?
19 supporters
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78
No
5
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mbouniol
Niffty, the maid, is often shown attempting to kill bugs at the hotel. There are also many bug-themed demons.
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Assault
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lockwoodandco
In the pilot, Alastor jokingly slaps Vaggie’s butt during “Alastor’s Reprise”. She gets angry.
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Is someone drugged?
17 supporters
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mbouniol
Angel is given drugs many times throughout episode 4 but takes them voluntarily (as far as I can tell). Later, a demon attempts to give him a spiked drink but Husk stops it.
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Is there pedophilia?
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astronomicalkitten
^ it should be mentioned that both characters in that scene are adults! and not in any sort of relationship (in fact, one of them is aroace and the other is already in a relationship)
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31
1
Darkling
No but in ep 6 angle mentions being water boarded by Valentino
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Is rape mentioned?
45 supporters
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jdpamv
See other categories for r*pe scenes. Sexual exploitation and r*pe are mentioned in this episode.
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Is someone beaten up by a bully?
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Yes
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BlackFox
Yes, Angel dust is restrained by "robotic tentacles" in his fight with Sir Pentious.
It's very brief, and not seen as a threat by Angel Dust.
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mbouniol
I would honestly skip over the Poison song 9:47-11:45 if this subject is particularly triggering for you. The scene is a montage of Angel's sex work. It isn't all SA but there are SA scenes mixed in and it is difficult to discern what is and what isn't SA. It is clear that Angel is uncomfortable during some of his porn shoots. It shows Angel taking drugs and appearing dissociated. It shows Angel and Val (Angel's abuser) having sex. By the end of the song, Angel is clearly upset. You can hear the song on Spotify if you want. (Overall - I think it's a realistic and sensitive depiction but obviously it can be very triggering for some people so please take care of yourself and respect your limits <3 they recently added a trigger warning at the beginning of the episode)
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snowdrop77
During 'Poison', BDSM gags are used.
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Beebus
Yes, there's a joke where Sir Pentious gets dragged into a room to be assaulted by other sinners.
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AIllow443
Angeldust is raped on-screen in episode 4.
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Bodily Harm
Is there shaving/cutting?
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Yes
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KaiserWilhelmII
someone loses their arm
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8
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Tackytowelsandshirts
In S1 E1 & S1 E8, the brief appearances of the character Katie Killjoy (the female news anchor) show her snapping her pencil thin neck in an audible crack. It's not realistic or bloody/bruised, nor does she look like she's in pain.
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6
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Quasar
Katie Killjoy snaps her neck. It isn’t graphic and she appears to be fine
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11
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Boiiiiiii
Sir Pentious is strangeled by Alastors tentacles. It is mostly played for laughs, and he does survive it.
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0
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TheHazbin
An angel is shown decapitated near the end of the episode.
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Is there cannibalism?
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3
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Tackytowelsandshirts
This episode's A-plot involves Charlie & Alastor going to a place called "Cannibal Town" to gather people to help defend the hotel.

Multiple jokes & references are made in regards to cannibalism in this episode.
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4
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astronomicalkitten
No but an antagonist is crushed under falling rocks and for a moment it seems like they died (ep 8)
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Is someone choked?
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2
Yes
64
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4
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iamconstantine
Tom Trench catches on fire during a fight, but this is treated humorously.
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Is someone buried alive?
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39
Is there body horror?
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6
Is there amputation?
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2
Lute gets trapped under the rubble of the hotel, and frees herself but her arm is ripped off. If you need to, close your eyes after Vaggie says “Love knowing that you only do because I let you. A failure” and you’re safe to reopen them when you hear Adam laughing.
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Does a head get squashed?
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47
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4
Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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28
Is there a hanging?
26 supporters
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Tackytowelsandshirts
While there isn't a hanging scene, there are three deceased demons seen hanging during the "Happy Day In Hell" musical number.

The visual starts after Charlie sings, "I can hear all their stories, The lost and displaced," lasting between 10:13-10:18.
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Anonymous
No. No one dies from a lack of oxygen, and therefore no one asphyxiates.
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Are any teeth damaged?
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iBaganieIuI
In episode 5, vaggie is shown unconscious after a fight
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4
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16Dork01
There's a scene where Katie snaps her neck. It's really quick and played for laughs (she also survives it), but it could still make some people uncomfortable.
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Does someone have a seizure?
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40
Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
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Yes
14
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2
in cannibal town, a lady offers fingers as a snack to charlie
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Is someone tortured?
58 supporters
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5
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depressedgay
(i believe this is the episode) Angel Dust mentions Val (his boss and abuser) being “into waterbaording shit.” as a kink. Angel is clearly upset with this.
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Does someone fall down stairs?
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26
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Alder
Almost but she's caught
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4
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mbouniol
Brief scene during first song of a demon with knife in their eye. Skip 9:45-9:50
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Is someone stabbed?
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35
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2
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Dreamdust1600
Many stabbings throughout the show but there is a very explicit stabbing that happens near the end of episode 8, the blood is not red but could still be triggering
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8
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Tackytowelsandshirts
Yes, there are many instances across multiple episodes of demon characters killing & hurting each other, often accompanied by imagery of blood splattering (both colored red & yellow) or bleeding out & bone being visible in dismembered limbs.
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Children
Is an infant abducted?
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Does a kid die?
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Yes
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dynariot
There are no minors besides unnamed background characters in the series as of now.
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
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1
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25
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GreyCaprice
There are bugs inside the hotel, but no mention of bedbugs.
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Death
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NepetaLeijon
In the season 1 finale
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4
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Tackytowelsandshirts
Yes, two major characters die in S1 E8.

The first one dies while trying to defend the other characters during a battle.

The second one dies as a result of losing the battle.
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2
1
Some demons are shown dead in the beginning after the song
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Does someone die?
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45
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1
0
An exterminator is killed by some side characters. The whole premise of the show is hinged on preventing sinners from perma-dying in the exterminations by redeeming their souls in an attempt to get them into heaven.
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
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41
Yes
0
No
29
Drugs/Alcohol
Yes
35
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4
2
Yes. While not in the pilot itself, in the “Addict” song, Angel Dust is said to have died due to drug overdose.

“Despite having overdosed, and ended up comatose, I don’t give a damn” —lyrics from the song
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Family
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Tackytowelsandshirts
The episode starts with an adult movie the character Angel Dust is acting in where the premise is that he was kidnapped by a criminal to find out where his boss' safe is.

It seems to be intended to trick anyone watching the episode for the first time into thinking Angel Dust was actually kidnapped before it becomes clear it's just an adult film he was starring in.
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Does a parent die?
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38
Does someone cheat?
13 supporters
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32
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10
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Quasar
Lilith cheated on Adam, rightfully so
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Is a child's toy destroyed?
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26
Does a family member die?
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26
Fear
Are there jumpscares?
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17
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Yes
4
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31
0
Not possessed in the way one might think, but souls are owned by demons and there are deals with demons.
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Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
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21
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13
1
Not really, but the afterlife is the main plot of the series (as demons and angels, not as ghosts)
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Are there clowns?
9 supporters
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39
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9
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SamanthaS
Some demons in the background have a very clown like appearance, but they’re easy to miss since they’re just background characters.
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Are there natural bodies of water?
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Yes
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2
There are some character designs that might trigger trypophobia.
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Are there razors?
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Is there a shower scene?
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Yes
6
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1
Though it is hard to tell, an antagonist is designed to resemble a doll (also, to the other commenter, Charlie is a dang cockatiel)
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Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
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33
Does someone vomit?
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21
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EmilyHurley
Episode 1:At 10:13 (Charlie sings the lost and displaced) - camera pans to the right and shows a character over a trash can with v* on his mouth/trash can. It is truly on screen for no more than 1 seconds and is a still (no action if that makes sense)
Episode 2: Safe
Episode 3: Safe
Episode 4: Husk starts to sing and just before the 18 minute mark, a guy walks out of a building looking obviously unwell and v*. The v* is shown on the ground intermittently but disappears over time
Episode 5: Safe
Episode 6: Safe (I was worried with all the partying but it's safe)
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Is someone eaten?
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40
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3
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ethan0l_
There is an entire cannibal town and a song driven by the urge to consume angels.
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Is there on-screen pooping?
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Does someone spit?
10 supporters
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18
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Anonymous
At around 11 minutes in, as soon as the final scene of Poison begins, Angel spits what appears to be blood. It stays on his mouth until he wipes it when he reaches the balcony.
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0
One of the things that I remember specifically is when Lute loses her arm. Feel free to mute after Vaggie flies away from her, and you can unmute when Adam and Charlie are on screen.
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Is there farting?
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25
Large-scale Violence
Yes
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27
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Tackytowelsandshirts
While there isn't an intentional or direct depiction of the events of 9/11, the hotel is destroyed in this episode, pieces of the building collapse, a character is briefly buried under the hotel's rubble, the building itself is eventually vertically cut in half, which may remind some of the Twin Towers.
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
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30
Yes
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No
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iBaganieIuI
In a sense. Alastor and Valentino literally own souls and are seen in chains at times of when they are reminded of their inferiority
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LGBTQ+
3
Darkling
Episode 6, Adam deliberately pronounces Vaggie’s name the way he named her, not the way she prefers.
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Are there transphobic slurs?
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1
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36
Yes
1
No
39
Yes
0
No
28
2
NepetaLeijon
Sort of but not really. A one-off joke is made about an asexual character being an “ace in the hole” but he isn’t from a time period where asexuality had a name
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0
No
29
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Jailyn
Charlie and Vaggie are dating canonically, and Charlie had an ex boyfriend (stated on the wiki) and she is bisexual and Vaggie is a lesbian. There is no cheating though.
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Loss
Is a priceless artifact destroyed?
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23
Medical
Is electro-therapy used?
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0
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43
Are needles/syringes used?
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Yes
29
No
19
Is there a mental institution scene?
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0
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40
Is there a hospital scene?
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36
Is there menstruation?
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0
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23
Does someone have cancer?
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Yes
0
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41
Mental Health
Yes
42
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5
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Calamariqueen
Pretty much every character is a victim and perpetrator of violence and abuse in the show since they are all "sinners" in hell being punished.
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ethan0l_
Angel Dust experiences addiction, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of his abuse by his boss, Valentino.
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Yes
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No
26
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mbouniol
In terms of self-destructive MAIN characters and drug-abusers, yes. But not in a physically self-violent (i.e., cutting/burning/etc) way. Niffty is the exception - she seems to enjoy pain but does not SH in the traditional manner or to punish herself. Could definitely still be triggering to some ppl though so keep that in mind. There are background characters that act violently toward themselves as well.
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Is autism misrepresented?
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0
No
35
Yes
26
No
6
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ethan0l_
Pretty much every person in Hell is mentally ill and most are in some way violent.
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Angel Dust dissociates when he gets raped. He mentions dissociation by name in the song "Poison" in Episode 4.
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Is there D.I.D. misrepresentation?
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No
25
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mbouniol
Clarification for another comment - I believe Niffty was jumping off the building to join the others in a fight, not to unalive herself. But there are plenty of background characters that act violently toward themselves in the same episode when Zestial and Alastor are speaking to each other outside (it has something to do with their status as overlords I think?)
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Is reality unstable or unhinged?
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9
Yes
30
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2
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KaiserWilhelmII
Charlie in episode 7.
Alastor in episode 8
Angel in episode 4
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Is there misophonia?
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3
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26
Is there ABA therapy?
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0
No
22
Yes
0
No
24
2
depressedgay
Vivzepop has mentioned in interviews that the only specific physical feature Angel Dust is insecure about is his feet. However this is not explicitly portrayed in the show.
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Yes
13
No
29
3
Whiteout
Not sure where else to put this but in the start of Episode 7, Vaggie gets body shamed.
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3
Darkling
No, but someone is told to kill themself.
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Yes
26
No
21
1
Vio
Alastor canonically (according to the wiki) has a panic attack after fighting Adam
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Is there a claustrophobic scene?
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28
No
6
Does someone have an eating disorder?
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Yes
0
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48
Is there autism specific abuse?
31 supporters
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Yes
0
No
49
5
AShyYandere
Its never outright stated,but it is slightly hinted at that the character Angel Dust died by drug overdose
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Noxious
Are there sudden loud noises?
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1
Yes
2
No
22
0
GreyCaprice
No, but there is an ocean/aquarium themed bar.
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Does a baby cry?
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26
Is there shakey cam?
24 supporters
Yes
15
No
23
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Tackytowelsandshirts
Alastor's commercial for the Hazbin Hotel is purposefully low quality, including handheld/unsteady camerawork & several glitching effects at the same time onscreen. The scene lasts between 3:44-4:39.

The musical number in the same episode, "Happy Day In Hell," features a lot of intense, sudden, & dizzying camera movements. The scene/song lasts between 8:39-11:33.

Vaggie & the other characters try to film a new commercial, featuring several moments of handheld/unsteady camerawork. These moments last between 13:29-14:07 & again between 15:18-15:50.

The second musical number in the episode, "Hell Is Forever," features a lot of intense, sudden, & dizzying camera movements. The scene/song lasts between 18:44-21:07.

And finally for the episode, the scene where all the characters watch the TV also features several moments of handheld/unsteady camerawork. The scene lasts between 21:34-22:05.
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Is there screaming?
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34
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1
6
jdpamv
A ton. The memes about swearing in Hazbin Hotel are hardly exaggerating…
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Tackytowelsandshirts
The B plot for the episode takes place in a club, so the colors suddenly change every couple seconds, which may be too intense for some viewers.
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Paranoia
2
In addition, the character Vox can pretty much watch anyone anywhere, but he mostly snoops on Alastor who can mess with the video quality.
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Yes
4
No
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3
Sometimes the characters might look at the “camera” (notably when Adam says “ugly people” in an episode which I forgot and I’m sorry) but it’s brief and I didn’t even notice it my first time watching.
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
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25
Is there childbirth?
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36
Are there abortions?
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39
Are there babies or unborn children?
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22
Does someone miscarry?
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39
Does a pregnant person die?
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39
Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
32 supporters
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6
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43
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mbouniol
A previous comment is saying there are fat jokes about Adam. I don't think the joke about him eating is because he's fat, I think it's because he's Adam and he's eating ribs (biblical joke). There isn't an explicit comment made about his weight (so far, as of s1)
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16Dork01
The character of Niffty says that there are no men in the Happy Hotel, even though Angel Dust, who is a man, is standing right in front of her.
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Does the black guy die first?
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KaiserWilhelmII
I don't remember any Homophobic slurs throughout it.
When Lute says "Their love is blasphemous", she is referring to something entirely different than LGBT. It's complicated, and a spoiler.
There are many what appears to be gay couples in heaven as well.

In the pilot, someone calls angel "Dragshow". That's about the closest there is
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theangryotaku
The notion that Mimsy is an antisemitic caricature is incorrect. She is based on the historical speakeasy operator Texas Guinen.
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Are there "Man in a dress" jokes?
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Is there hate speech?
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16Dork01
Katie Killjoy says that she "doesn't touch the gays".
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Anonymous
Angel Dust is a walking outdated stereotype of gay people. He’s heavily sexualized and only ever thinks about sex, has a campy way of speaking, is a drug addict…
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16Dork01
Kind of. The show takes place in Hell, which is where bad people go after they die. Vaggie is a lesbian, Angel Dust is gay and Alastor is an asexual and they are all technically dead.
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Are there n-words?
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Is there aphobia?
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1
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Dreamdust1600
Alastor is aro ace and there is nothing explicitly aphobic in my opinion (I am also asexual not aro though)
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Race
Is there blackface?
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Relationships
Yes
3
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Tackytowelsandshirts
There is a brief joke the character Rosie makes to Alastor about dating Charlie when Rosie meets Charlie, stating, "Come now, Alastor. She's much too young for you," but otherwise, no other references or depictions of a large age gap in a relationship are made.
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Religious
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1
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Anonymous
The whole concept of Heaven and Hell is discussed in the first scene of the first episode.
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EmilyHurley
Unavoidable for sure
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Sex
Yes
81
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mbouniol
Definitely yes, as this takes place in hell and there are many 'sexual deviants' as background characters. One of the main characters is a porn star and makes many sex jokes throughout the show. Some segments of his porno shoots are shown, but no genitalia is shown.
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Jailyn
Alastor is by Angel Dust (in the streams, comic, and pilot) Angel is gay, but he flirts with everyone, no matter what gender or sexuality. He respects asexuality to a medium, but it’s all mostly jokes on getting with Alastor, who doesn’t like anyone canonically (so far)
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mbouniol
No explicit genitalia is shown, but you can see some butts
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WineStain
No, but there is a very brief mention of a "Donkey Show" in episode 2 (don't google it}
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Is there BDSM?
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0
What the other comment says, as well as BDSM being depicted during the song "Poison"
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Does someone lose their virginity?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Sexism
1
KaiserWilhelmII
Husk calls Angel a "Whiny B*tch" for crying, but also says that he relates to it in the exact same song.
Not really ridiculing, its meant to be Husk trying to be nice
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
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22
Does someone have a chronic illness?
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20
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
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26
Is someone terminally ill?
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Social
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iBaganieIuI
Angel Dust stays at the hotel because he has no other place to stay when he leaves work
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Are there anti-abortion themes?
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Are there fat suits?
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Is existentialism debated?
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Spoiler
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6
No, but… someone who still believes in Santa probably shouldn’t watch this show..
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mbouniol
There are no scenes after the end credits for each episode.
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Does it have a sad ending?
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
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Tackytowelsandshirts
While a car is not seen crashing, there are multiple cars that appear to have already crashed &/or are damaged &/or are actively on fire during the "Happy Day In Hell" musical number.

All of the moments with damaged &/or flaming cars last between 10:08-10:26.
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
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5
Does a plane crash?
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GreyCaprice
A blimp is destroyed.
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SamanthaS
At the beginning of the pilot, right after the first song, a demon is hit by a car.
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Violence
Yes
21
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18
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Tackytowelsandshirts
While there are no nuclear explosions specifically, there are multiple instances of explosions in the show, some of which are from handheld bombs from the character Cherri Bomb in S1 E6.
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Is there blood/gore?
35 supporters
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0
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Honey_Rabbit12
Particularly in the beginning of the pilot, where Hell is recovering from an extermination where a bunch of demons were slaughtered. Right after the beginning song, a demon is hit by a car and the scene is bloody. A group of characters, "the Egg boys" are killed in various ways, but their blood and guts are made of egg yolks. At the end of the pilot, Sir Pentious is cut into pieces by Alastor, but he survives.
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Does someone drown?
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mbouniol
There is gun violence in the background of many episodes, since this takes place in Hell and is a very violent environment. In S1E4 specifically, there is a scene where Husk and Angel fight other demons after their duet. Angel attacks a demon with multiple guns.
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