Doctor Who

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henryawells101
In the 1980s episode The Mark of the Rani part 1, the villian of the story, the Master, kills a dog off-screen with a weapon called the tissue compression eliminator.
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henryawells101
In the episode Survival, an Earth cat is savaged to death by an alien cat, although this scene is infamous in the fandom for extremely unconvincing special effects, so the blow MAY be softened. Proceed with caution.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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User9000
Knock Knock.
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Wackd
A major plot point in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. Characters in Carnival of Monsters resemble clowns; this may not have been intentional.
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valkyrie_cain
S1E3 The Unquiet Dead features an alien with similarities to ghosts.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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User9000
The Magician's Apprentice, The Witch's Familiar.
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henryawells101
Arachnophobes will want to avoid the TV stories Planet of the Spiders, "The Runaway Bride", and "Kill the Moon", as well as the novels "Festival of Death" and "The Crawling Terror" and the audio drama "Empire of the Racnoss".
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Amber Breeding
Well... Technically, a car doesn't crash... But the Tardis crashes A LOT!
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User9000
Time Heist.
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Nebulacat
In one episode, three people get possessed by aliens and have to be killed to get rid of the aliens. One of them is a little girl.
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Nebulacat
Rose Tyler's father and Mickey's grandmother are both dead.
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Wackd
Death in Heaven involves a plane crash.
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valkyrie_cain
In S11E4 Arachnids in the UK, a woman is explicitly introduced who has a wife, who is then killed lated in the episode.
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henryawells101
By far most episodes have a happy ending, either on TV or any other medium, with the Doctor saving the day with minimal loss of life, before, after being thanked by the survivors, going off to another adventure. However, there are some rare exceptions to this rule, including, but not limited to, The War Games (the Doctor is successfully captured and executed by the Time Lords, before regenerating), Doctor Who and the Silurians", The Sea Devils", "Warriors of the Deep" (in all 3 cases, the Doctor fails to make peace between humans and an intelligent reptile race called the Silurians, resulting in a huge death toll for both species) "Blood Heat" (novel, the Doctor is forced to destroy an entire alternate universe), "He Jests at Scars" (audio drama, the Valeyard and Mel get trapped in suspended animation for all eternity, forever concious but unable to move or even scream), "Lucie Miller"/"To the Death" (two-part audio drama, three of the Doctor's companions die, driving him almost to insanity), and "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday" (two-parter, the Doctor is forcibly seperate from his companion Rose Tyler). As I said, this is not a complete list, as there are probably more I've forgotten, not seen/read/listen to, or you may disagree on whether it counts as 'happy', but MOST stories not on this list SHOULD be safe.
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valkyrie_cain
In S5E5, Angles Take Manhatten, someone breaks their own wrist.
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henryawells101
In The Talons of Weng-Chiang (suicide pill), Image of the Fendahl (real gun), The Waters of Mars (Sci-Fi energy gun), and Extremis (real gun) (although only the first one happens on screen)
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valkyrie_cain
In S11E8 The Witchfinders, a character drowns during a witch trial. There are also several attempted drownings which do not result in death.
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capnbrowncoat
In S11-E1, a character states that they did have cancer, but are in remission. There is no evidence the cancer has returned.
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henryawells101
The Tom Baker story Nightmare of Eden is about drug smuggling, although it's a fictional Sci-Fi drug and not a real one.
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cornbreadcake
in "The Long Game" there's a scene where Adam, after receiving his upgrade, vomits from the shock of seeing his own brain. However the vomit itself is turned into an ice cube.
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noname93
In the Christmas special "Last Christmas" the Doctor says he knows he is in a dream because Santa is there, and Santa isn't real
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Wackd
Planet of Fire involves a character burning to death on-screen. Dark Water claims that humans are conscious postdeath and spend their final moments mentally begging not to be cremated; this turns out to be false.
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Wackd
Curse of Fenric and The God Complex both involve psychologically breaking characters through telling them their experiences thus far have been lies.
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Wackd
In A Town Called Mercy, the Doctor claims to have communicated with a supposedly male horse and learned the horse "prefers to be called Susan", however the Doctor continues to use male pronouns. Whether this is intended to be the Doctor misgendering the horse or not is not clarified.
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valkyrie_cain
In the 2019 New Year Special, Resolution, several characters are possessed by an alien.
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isadragon555
In the episode DALEK the main character is tortured by an alien artifact collector.
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Wiw
In "Turn Left", in an alternate history where the Doctor dies, a space Titanic crashes into Buckingham Palace, annihilating London.
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User9000
In Mummy on the Orient Express a ghostly finger passes through the Doctor's eye. No harm, but super creepy.
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cornbreadcake
guns and various gun-like weapons are used in numerous occasions throughout the series.
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Felicia Flutters Schuman
S*x is alluded to often but the most ever shown is kissing. One character's conception is discussed at length.
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