Downton Abbey

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DoesTheDogDie
Isis is diagnosed with cancer and is brought up to lay with her master and his wife on her last night.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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zaidelles
In S5, Thomas uses needles/syringes as part of his after-treatment from his conversion therapy. This is discussed, but never explicitly shown, though we do see an abscess he developed as a result of the injections.
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zaidelles
Edith considers getting an abortion and visits a clinic, but after seeing a crying woman post-surgery, she doesn't go through with it.
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dorian1234
Not explicitly a panic attack, but Thomas hyperventilates while in the trenches.
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Are there bugs?
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zaidelles
None shown; a few characters are shown playing with a ouija board in the Season 2 Christmas special, but it's largely used for comedic purposes and explicitly has various characters controlling the board themselves to tease the others or get their own points across. However, at the very end of the special, there is one instance of what is heavily implied to be (and confirmed by Julian Fellowes) the ghost of Lavinia genuinely communicating through the board.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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dorian1234
Not really a jumpscare, but a character is shot in the head in the middle of speaking during a scene in the trenches of WWI.
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zaidelles
A major character is suddenly killed in a car crash in the Season 3 finale.
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dorian1234
Not squashed, but a soldier is shot in the head.
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DirkHelmrich
A mature child of two main characters dies which I would argue counts in terms of emotional commitment but not in terms of general triggers concerning death of children.
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essencenchanted
A main character dies due to complications after birthing her child.
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beaniesays
There is a scene where an LGBT chracter attempts suicide but is found and saved.
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beaniesays
There is a suicide attempt but the character is rescued (although the scene is a bit graphic).
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zaidelles
No character has cancer in the show, but there is a storyline where Mrs. Hughes believes she may have cancer, and her (and others') worry and distress over this is palpable until she gets the all-clear.
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dorian1234
During the second season, Cora throws up while she has Spanish Flu. You can hear it, but can't see it happen.
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zaidelles
Sybbie Branson is verbally abused by the family's Nanny on account of her father being a working-class chauffeur. The Nanny is reported on, overheard, and immediately fired, and this does not continue past the first scene we hear it.
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zaidelles
Thomas, who is gay, seeks conversion treatment in Season 5, which includes electro-therapy. This is never shown on-screen, but it is discussed several times, and the physical effects are clear, as is his mental deterioration.
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cherrycafe
Season 4 Episode 3, it's alternated with other scenes. It happens in 38:40-39:15, 39:25-39:35 and 39:47-39:59. The last part is not explicit but you can hear her screams and how she's being pushed against a table.
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zaidelles
Mr. Bates, in a verbal altercation with his wife, Vera, raises his hand to strike her and calls her a b***h. It's also implied (and confirmed by Julian Fellowes in the script books) that he mistreated her badly in the past, though we're told he was never physically abusive.
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dorian1234
There are multiple scenes set in the trenches of WWI, which include both gunshot sounds and on-screen gun violence. Two characters are shot -- one nameless character is shot in the head, and Thomas is shot in the hand. There are also several hunts, but the gun use in these scenes is mostly just implied.
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