The Good Doctor

TV Show • 2016 • Drama  Report
Does a cat die?
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Niall James Coney
No, a dog doesn't die. A rabbit dies.
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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Grace Maddox
In the first episode, a pet rabbit is thrown against a wall.
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PieDeLune
The first episode, a pet rabbit is killed. Its body is later shown lying on a table when the main character attempts to take it to a veterinarian. S2E7, Lea gets a pet goldfish kept in inadequate conditions, and it dies. You see its body floating upside down in its bowl for several lingering shots.
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AdamHirsch
It is discussed, but never actually shown
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AdamHirsch
Shaun and his brother were abused as children.
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AdamHirsch
Characters discuss the effects of drug use, and two characters eat pot brownies in one episode
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SDG91
In Season 3 Claire's mom dies in a DUI
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AdamHirsch
Yes and no. Characters infrequently receive medical treatment while awake with various reactions.
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This is a surgeon show, there is constant cutting of someone's body
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Rose8
In Season 2, Episode 2 we meet a girl with FGM, we don't see anything but it is discussed in detail as it happened when she was a young child and is now a teenager wanting it reversed.
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AdamHirsch
We first met the character after it happens. (She ends up surviving though and actually returns completely healed a few episodes later)
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oop
Someone’s child turns out to be brain dead after an accident
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extradimensionals
No, but a parent kills their child's pet in front of them.
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AdamHirsch
A pregnant woman dies in an operation to save her baby during season 3. SPOILER ALERT: Later on in the season, Shaun’s father passes away
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AdamHirsch
Not yet
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AdamHirsch
There’s a scene where Shaun has to wait for a patient to fart in order for her to be released (played for laughs)
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RooLonzo
Hoo boy man. If you're emetophobic like me don't even.
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Isidora
an anorexic patient is treated with deep brain stimulation
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AdamHirsch
It’s a medical drama, so yes
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Isidora
almost the whole show develops in a hospital
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extradimensionals
As well as having a past of physical abuse, the main character is constantly harassed, degraded, and otherwise verbally abused for being autistic. I'm being petty here but also I think if you're an autistic person watching this, this whole SHOW is autism specific abuse.
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Isidora
on season 2 there's an anorexic patient that needs to gain weight in order to have a heart surgery.
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jessieg
s3e3 cutting scars are shown
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ray.yeet
During a two part episode in season 2, Shawn gets overwhelmed and begins to have a panic attack
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extradimensionals
Yes, and it's minimized and just generally handled in a horrible way! (Disclaimer: I'm trans.)
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daydreamcafes
season two has them all in quarentine
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AdamHirsch
A prison inmate shoots himself (off-screen) in order to give a child one of his organs
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YourLocalINTJ
There are also multiple childbirth scenes
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danithefini
yes. in season 4, Dr. Lim performs an abortion
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extradimensionals
Oh, is there! This entire series takes every single disgusting stereotype about autistic people and makes a show out of it. (That we're incompetent, that we act like children, that we're primarily cis white males, that we 'can't help' but be inappropriate and unkind because of our autism, that we automatically don't want romance or sex, that autism makes us inherently ignorant, that we can only 'make up for' our autism if we have an unrealistic level of 'savant' abilities... It goes on and on.) It is by non-autistic people, for non-autistic people, so they can look down on us and feel better about themselves. Specifically, I feel like it's really reaching out to the white, Republican, Autism $peaks-supporting, 'autism mommy' kind of person.
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Isidora
a wlw person dies in a bus crash, this does not have to do at all with them being lgbt
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AdamHirsch
A character is shown with a Swastika tattoo on his chest, but he never says anything anti-Semitic
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extradimensionals
As an autistic person, this entire show revolves around extreme, dehumanizing, degrading ableist stereotypes. Also, this show only brings up things like racism, transphobia, misogyny, etc. in order to make it out like they aren't real problems. This show is a white Republican 'autism mom's wet dream.
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extradimensionals
In episode 1.14, a young trans girl is repeatedly, cruelly misgendered by the main character and her grandmother. Both the main character and her grandmother repeatedly invalidate her and express very transphobic sentiments, and they are treated with more sympathy for "not understanding" than the girl herself for being a victim of it. The girl's whole arc revolves around educating cis people and suffering for being trans. As a trans person, I found it highly degrading and upsetting.
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AdamHirsch
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AdamHirsch
Characters are occasionally shown in bed together with little clothing but nothing beyond this.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Isidora
on episode 1.10, Claire is harrased by his boss dr. Coley.
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ray.yeet
The show is still producing episodes (as of July 2019) so no one can know whether the true ending is happy or not.
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Isidora
on episode 1.06 the emergency room its filled with people injured in a bus crash that was heading to a wedding.
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QuoteableMage28
actually, two ones i can think of were on screen. SPOILERS A) the prison inmate who suicided by shooting himself B) the thief who shot a woman in a store
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QuoteableMage28
for gods sake, the whole show is cutting people open on a table
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