The Good Place

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Leviticus Spratt
A dog is kicked into the sun
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bookshelfimprobable
No, although in season 2 (spoilers) there is discussion between two of the characters of a torture plot in which one character would accidentally kill another character's cat. It's not in graphic detail and is very quick.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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nodeaddogs
A snail gets crushed. It isn’t shown but the sounds and the person’s reaction are both pretty upsetting
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telepathy
In season 3 episode 8 there is a scene where Eleanor's teeth (and hair) fall out after seeing memories of the afterlife
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bigjbell
The above happens in S2:E6 about 13 minutes in
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telepathy
Chidi, one of the main characters, has anxiety and is often shown panicking
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hyperjenb
Giant bugs appear near the end of the first episode.
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bookshelfimprobable
There's a clown corner" in Eleanor's home in The Good Place which features paintings of clowns, as well as a scene in season 2 in which a clown is briefly shown in the middle of a montage.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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mileswernham
when theyre getting their spirit animals there is a giant python, i'd skip this part if youre uncomfortable with snakes.
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Caitlin Jenkins
There's a giant ladybird in 1/2 scenes.
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annameow
S2E5: Michael takes Chidi through a simulation of the trolley problem. This trolley crashes into people and there is use of blood.
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Does a kid die?
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JohnCena
There’s a flashback of when Eleanor’s father died and she attended his funeral, S2E4
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TaylorHerbertson
While you could argue yes, the show is SET in the afterlife. Therefore every human is already dead, rather than being alive within the show and then being killed off. If you want this show to have no LGBT deaths, you're going to have to be happy with no LGBT representation at all. The characters are all dead.
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nodeaddogs
Eleanor is shown to be drunk in a few scenes.
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nodeaddogs
Bad Janet farts a LOT.
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nodeaddogs
Mindy Sinclair discusses cocaine a lot
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pinstriipe
There are many mentions of vomit, and Janet is shown to vomit pennies in season 2 episode 6. It's very comical, however, so it might be less triggering than you'd expect *SPOILERS FOR MENTIONS OF VOMIT BELOW* -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- In the first episode, Eleanor's image of pure joy is "people puking on rollercoasters"; Jason lost an eating contest, but won a puking contest; In season 2 episode 5, during a therapy session, Janet spits up a frog
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YourDoom
Since this is a show about the afterlife, all of the characters have died. However, we have no way of knowing what order they died in, as it is never specified. Also, given that many events can, unbeknownst to those on Earth, have happened before events that happened before them (due to Jeremy Bearimy), what does "first" mean, anyway?
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scoot
As a child Eleanor was extremely neglected to the point where for her birthday she had her parents sign emancipation papers
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Arlo
It is just mentioned.
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meganlambert1998
During Season 2: Episode 5, The Trolley Problem", dozens of people are hit by a trolley throughout several crashes. This often is gorey and includes flying body parts. (Obviously, trolleys aren't cars, but this is similar enough that I believe it falls in the same category.)
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JCHall110
Janet, who is a genderless being, is frequently referred to as a girl, and every time corrects the other person by saying "Not a girl", to the point where it is a running joke in the show.
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lillianm
But there is a point when several characters look like another character, so it kind of looks like they're inhabiting her body.
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Kathryn Gainor
Spoiler: They are being tortured in the afterlife/earth the entire series, but it is comical.
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hyperjenb
Jason gets trapped inside a safe and I believe we see a few scenes inside this safe. This is how he dies.
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mileswernham
there are some scenes with medical looking equipment but i think itd only affect you if you are extremely sensitive to that sort of thing.
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nodeaddogs
Mindy Sinclair’s addiction to cocaine is mentioned many times
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Ashli Penrose
The episode The Trolley Problem" has quite a bit of obvious gore.
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nodeaddogs
There’s a mention of “eye corkscrews” as a torture method, but it isn’t shown and I think it’s only mentioned once
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telepathy
it's not graphic or gory in any way, but in season 2 episode 5 Janet's thumb comes off while she's giving a thumbs up
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anypebble
There is a scene in season 1 where portions of the Nixon Tapes are played, including antisemitic content. The demons of the Bad Place who are acting as demons are also consistently sexist and misogynistic, which may bother some people to varying degrees.
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Ashli Penrose
The is no s*x but after s*x cuddling at the end of Season 2 along with Janet's bf. Also just Mindy St. Claire in general.
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