Supernatural

TV Show • 2005 • Drama  Report
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khoureyderderian25
Season 9 episode 5, some guy eats a live cat
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Lauren Hunter
Season 4, episode 11 - a dog is heard being killed Season 7, episode 15 - a very cute small dog is killed for its heart to be used in a ritual
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hyperandrogenism
Animals are intentionally killed throughout the series.
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Ari7
*intense flashbacks to the episode called bugs*
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PrincexRaven
There is an episode where Crowley has his hell hound attack another hell hound, but they are both invisible. You can, however, hear the whimpers and see the blood.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
136
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elsa.labouret
In season 3 episode 9 a dead and mutilated rabbit is shown. Multiple other animals die throughout the show.
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Yes
77
No
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GinnyCook
Crowley's horse
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Songbird
Yellow Fever has snakes. Also season 14 Jack gets a snake and Dean is afraid of it
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timetoerase
"Bugs" (season 1, episode 8) and "Yellow Fever" (season 4, episode 6)
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The "dragons" look like humans but their hands can glow red.
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PrincexRaven
A few one-off episodes; season 2 ep 17 stands out to me.
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hyperandrogenism
Sam and Dean were abused by John (some is shown in flashbacks, it's verbal/mental and heavily implied physical abuse as well as neglect), there are episodes where children have been/are being abused.
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DemonicAngel69
Dean gaslights Sam throughout all of season 9, and is very manipulative and emotionally abusive to everyone around him(but especially Sam, Castiel, and Jack)
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Frostboom
In season 7 episode 10, it shows Bobby’s early family life. His father abused him and his mother emotionally and physically. There are themes of domestic violence throughout the show. ( A kid literally whipping herself through emotional manipulation, multiple spouses killing eachother (though one is usually a monster) etc.
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JayEdwards
A major plot point of one of the seasons
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simon
Dean drinks a lot of alcohol and Sam gets addicted to demon blood, which is pretty much like a drug, in season 4.
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Nick Hood
The character Dean is an alcoholic. Alcohol is also frequently consumed by many characters.
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Yes
4
No
0
Yes
8
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memc
throughout all seasons of the show there are scenes of characters cutting their palms or firearms for rituals, spells, ad sigils. The cuts are not often shown explicitly on camera and I the later season are healed quickly by Castiel. There are a few scenes of Castiel with larger cuts. One scene shows a sigil cut into his chest, and another shows a message carved into his chest by another character. Almost every character ends up with a cut at some point, most often from violence from a monster or another character.
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Marjo
The teeth aren't exactly pulled. There is an intention, but it doesn't happen. There is however an episode where someone loses all of his teeth. They just fall out
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liliavanrouge
its heavily implied that a demon put a knife in megoras vagina
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BDSZ
Not explicitly shown; more of a mention or two. For example: 1x2 "Wendigo", 1x15 "The Benders".
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memc
In the pilot episode Jessica, Sam's girlfriend, is also burned alive on the ceiling Although they are technically dead the ghosts and spirits are burned when their bones are torched, they are dead but they scream while they burn a lot of the time
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GinnyCook
Cutting off heads
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Yes
93
No
4
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Princecaviar
In the first episode of Season 4, Dean wakes up in a coffin and has to dig his way out.
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SierraDooley
During the Christmas special there are teeth pulled and fingernails ripped off
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BDSZ
In season six when the boys go back in time to the wild west, a man is hanged for murder.
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Nick Hood
Many characters have their eyes burnt out throughout the series.
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Nadine
Protagonists are frequently choked, mostly by demons.
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Yes
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hyperandrogenism
Ruby is shown being tortured on screen, Dean talks about being tortured/torturing other people.
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hyperandrogenism
Characters frequently are shown breaking bones on screen.
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memc
Teenagers die more often than young kids but both do die, often violently or on-screen at least, this I suppose also goes for ghost kids which are sometimes 'killed' to dispel their spirit. Child death is also referenced
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Yes
0
No
4
Yes
5
No
0
Yes
75
No
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Frostboom
There is an episode where 2 witches are feuding because the husband cheated. There’s more cheating throughout the show, though not on the main characters behalf (It never explicitly shows them cheating)
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julesey
in at least one episode, 1x19, a doll is burned to dispel the spirit of a murderous child. Nursery rooms are also shown burning.
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SierraDooley
Parents die and the main characters mother dies early on same with their father later
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Jesse Newton
All the time, major plot point, mostly demonic.
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SierraDooley
Hence the name *SUPERNATURAL* Practically always ghost 😂
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MyraBones
Yeah there's a full episode very early on (Season 2) that's just... just all clowns...
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Nadine
In "Mystery Spot" Dean randomly dies in the shower.
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LevitatingScot
But not that many or particularly scary.
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Yes
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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).
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Yes
50
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hotaruin0
Dean is said to have pissed himself when he was hit by a car.
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spinalrust
while the main characters aren't always fans of law enforcement, cops are shown as heroes quite frequently, with quite a few being returning good guys 🙄
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hyperandrogenism
One episode has a woman who has brain cancer and a man who had brain cancer but was cured.
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JayEdwards
There's a scene in an abandoned asylum in which a ghost uses what is essentially electro therapy to harm a character
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hyperandrogenism
Including a very thick vintage style needle.
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hyperandrogenism
Sam and Dean go to an abandoned institution and patient abuse is discussed. For one episode Sam and Dean are in a psych ward. One character is shown being in a psych ward.
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Yes
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Nick Hood
Self-mutilation is very frequent as it is a common method to summon some supernatural entities in the series.
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Yes
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DemonicAngel69
Sam Winchester is clearly mentally ill, including canonically having PTSD, an addiction, flashbacks, and hallucinations, and he violently and brutally kills supernatural people for a living; Castiel has times where he seems mentally ill, and in some of them he attacks people; and you could also argue that Dean is mentally ill/has PTSD, and he both kills supernatural people for a living AND abuses everyone he "loves"
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KingBoi11
Season 5 episode 14, 'My bloody valentine' is 1 of the worst episodes for someone with misophonia mainly triggered by eating noises (it's also very visual)
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MildlyCondiment
in the episode "yellow fever" someone who is heavily implied to be autistic is killed violently
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florist_star
Dean overdoses and dies momentarily (can’t remember the season). Crowley stabs himself with an angel blade to save the Winchesters (last episode of season 12). Boy shoots himself (season 1). Angel suicide bombers exist in season 9. (all I can think of off the top of my head, may be more x)
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hyperandrogenism
Dean has flashbacks. Bobby has a panic attack in one episode.
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Johnson1331
•In S5 Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, causes insatiable hunger similar to binge eating. We see this affect a main character [Castiel]. •It is implied that Dean (main character) may have a binge eating disorder from childhood neglect (lack of food while Dad abandoned them on hunting trips). Most non-violent scenes with Dean feature him consuming food of some kind. He has an unhealthy relationships and attachments to food, sometimes putting it above other priorities.
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lilyfear
Each time Dean returns from a various location he always suffers from flashbacks
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hyperandrogenism
Several scenes take place in a small concrete cell, in walls, in crawlspaces, and in the trunks of cars.
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hyperandrogenism
When Dean has flashbacks they are shown as flashes of light.
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SierraDooley
The GhostFacers do have the camcorder recording style
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EliseRasmussen
season six is the only one i can remember
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Yes
8
No
1
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AllMightyTrayTable
Jacks mom dies as she gives birth And shows dead pregnant people in one episode
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Yes
0
No
6
8
Chekai
There is lots of talk of abortion for a couple episodes, with the main characters trying to convince Kelly Kline to abort her baby because the dad is Lucifer, but ultimately Kelly decided to keep the baby.
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GotSoEmoIFellApart
Jack's mother does happen to die during childbirth though.
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Megan_leeann
Although nothing is explicitly shown, at the end of season 12 there is a childbirth scene.
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jimmynovak
In s6 e23, Crowley makes a running gag out of misgendering Raphael for inhabiting a female vessel. In s8 e23, Castiel briefly makes an insensitive comment about a (presumably)trans woman’s biological sex.
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Chekai
Practically every single black character who served an important role is now dead. The ones that bothered me the most were Gordon, Rufus, and agent henrickson, as their deaths did not push the plot foreword at all
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HelanaRekaeGravil
In earlier seasons, Dean makes comments to Sam of like "can you be any gayer?" And lots of homophobic jokes are thrown around but less frequently in later seasons
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Yes
1
No
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11
nvyblue
Hitler is briefly risen from the dead, but is quickly killed. None of his ideals are appreciated or adopted by any protagonist characters. There is a Jewish character, Aaron if I remember correctly, but he is not portrayed in an antisemitic way. Crowley, when he was the king of hell, has a portrait of himself in Nazi uniform with an insignia of a pitchfork in place of the swastika. He does not hold antisemitic beliefs or values. Jewish folklore is mentioned several times throughout the show, but never in a derogatory way.
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hyperandrogenism
One early episode is based in a very racist man being killed by a black man, and his ghost runs over black people with his truck. Confederate flags are shown in a few episodes.
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alphaasexual
Charlie, a cannon lesbian, is stabbed and left dead in a bathtub. It's extremely sad
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PrincexRaven
there are several in the later seasons, particularly when it comes to the Leviathan entering the scene
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Yes
1
No
2
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florist_star
a lot of innuendos and sexual jokes. Some sex scenes but nothing too bad.
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In season 7, there’s extremely strong alluding to Sam being raped/sexually assaulted by Lucifer when he was in the cage. He’s also plagued with ptsd and hallucinations of Lucifer which constantly make him feel unsafe, and cause him to be unable to eat and sleep
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Yes
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No
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vincentdorian
In Season 4 Episode 11 “Family Remains”, it is said that a father raped his daughter, leaving her pregnant.
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Yes
0
No
2
0
Castiel spends much of season 9 homeless
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GotSoEmoIFellApart
Santa and Mrs. Claus are shown as their original beginnings as pagan gods, killing people for sacrafice.
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SeeWhatISaid
!SPOILERS! God is defeated by Jack, who quickly fills the position. Cas is in The Empty (SuperMegaTurbo Hell), and stays there until being briefly mentioned by Bobby in the last scene. Dean dies while fighting "clown-vampires", getting impaled by a large screw sticking out from the wall (OSHA Violation). Sam lives on, without his brother and starts a family, but eventually dies of old age. They are reunited in heaven. Cas and Jack are absent for the finale. Not necessarily sad (more bittersweet), but extremely disappointing for long-time fans.
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hyperandrogenism
Several characters are hit by cars. The Impala is hit while Sam and Dean are in it.
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Nick Hood
One scene early in the series involves a serious car crash in which nearly all the occupants are killed.
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Megan_leeann
An episode in season 1 revolves around a demon infiltrating planes and crashing them. One of the main characters is also terrified of flying.
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hyperandrogenism
Sam and Dean use guns in almost every episode and kill people with guns frequently, including shotguns.
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hyperandrogenism
Mostly kind of bad/cheesy special effects but there are people being attacked by hellhounds, being beat, dying on screen, etc.
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Nick Hood
One of the early episodes of Season 1 shows several individuals drowning.
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