Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

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hyperjenb
A cat is run over offscreen and its injuries are discussed but it doesn't die.
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Does an animal die?
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librarinerd
An obviously fake rubber lizard is speared in a Survivor-esque scene.
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Suri
A pet starfish is neglected to the point that it starves to death, and its deceased body is shown. Dialogue reveals that a character has killed several other pets this way and considers it no big deal, but asks that no one tell the pets’ previous owner about the mistreatment.
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A character falls off a treadmill and knocks out one of his teeth (S2E10).
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Protagonist is depicted administering herself hormones in preparation for donating her eggs.
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annameow
Paula has an abortion during series 2.
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Protagonist experiences panic attacks, flashbacks, and dissociative episodes.
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Are there bugs?
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Two clowns are briefly shown at the carnival (S3E4).
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Lots of derogatory comments about size/weight, which characters direct at others and themselves.
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megamyrte
There are ghosts that come to the main character in her dream, but they look no different from normal characters and are not meant to be frightening.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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PPick
During season 3 episode 4, the episode has a horror theme. Normally, no.
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Snakes are mentioned but never depicted.
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During one song (S2E13, 2:15-3:42)
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Cars are damaged in parking lots but no crashes take place.
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Does a kid die?
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PPick
This show actually shows healthy LGBT relationships (3 or 4 of the main characters are bi or gay) and has no homophobic or transphobic content!
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Protagonist abuses alcohol on numerous occasions. A secondary character is regularly depicted drinking in excess but also shown attending AA meetings.
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A minor character is hit by a bus and shown in a full body cast. The same character later falls off a building (though there is no depiction of him hitting the ground) and is again shown in a full body cast.
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PPick
In the beginning of season 2, though her boyfriend falls of the face of the earth. Also near the end of season 3. It is stated as wrong, though, and these things don't last.
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hyperjenb
There are two suicide attempts referenced, one of which is onscreen where the character overdoses but asks for help last minute. However, nobody dies.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
A major character is depicted almost falling into a hole dug for construction/maintenance but is saved (S3E4). A minor character is pushed off a building and injured, but he isn't depicted hitting the ground and is later revealed to be alive (S3E13). An unnamed character jumps out a window during a musical number, and it is unclear if he is dead/injured (S4E3).
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Serisothikos
The eating disorders are referenced but never explicitly illustrated.
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annameow
S1E1: "Anyway, I gotta go. Today the dermatologist is telling me if it's Cancer." S1E9: Episode begins with Rebecca watching a movie called 'The Cancer Crew'. S3E5: "For once I don't want her to have a cancerous mole."
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Serisothikos
There is an abortion storyline.
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No cutting depicted. Protagonist engages in a variety of self-destructive behaviors including binge drinking, drug use, reckless sexual encounters, etc.
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Protagonist takes a random pill she finds on the floor and smokes weed (S1E7). Two characters unknowingly take drugs at a music festival (S2E5). A character finds out a loved one is drugging her with anti-anxiety medications in a very misguided attempt to help her (S3E5).
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annameow
*SPOILER* S1E18: At the very end, Greg vomits due to alcohol consumption. S2E3: Rebecca vomits into a trashcan at work and has a pregnancy scare.
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Protagonist has a history of childhood abuse/neglect (primarily emotional) that is a major focus of the storyline. There are some brief flashbacks to her mother yelling at her as a child.
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PPick
This show shows really healthy, helpful therapists and therapy that help the main character, actually!
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annameow
S1E8: In a song, Rebecca references that Santa is played by an actor.
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PPick
Rebecca was emotionally abused by her mother, and her father abandoned her. They're both terrible, but she does the work to make her mental health better throughout the show.
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"In one episode, a character discusses how she had a sexual relationship with her teacher when she was in high school. It was apparently consensual and the character claims it was no big deal, but another character is highly disturbed by this, pointing out that it was statutory rape and asking if the teacher was ever fired." from Unconsenting Media
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The main storyline initially focuses on Rebecca running into a man she briefly dated in high school, dropping everything, and moving across the country to pursue him. As she attends therapy, she realizes she needs to own up to this and offers a sincere apology. There is also a subplot where Rebecca is stalked by a former college classmate.
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MamaMegz318
Rebecca's trapped in an elevator with her boss during a power outage. This scene could be triggering to someone who truly suffers from claustrophobia.
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Serisothikos
A stuffed toy is depicted as being hanged in season 3 episode 4.
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A character passes out and is taken to the hospital due to a kidney infection (S1E17 and S1E18).
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[MAJOR SPOILER] It is revealed in a flashback that a character who committed a serious crime was ordered to receive treatment at a psychiatric institution in lieu of a prison sentence (S2E13). Another scene involves an individual's hospitalization (presumably in a psychiatric ward) after a suicide attempt (S3E6). This individual later begins outpatient treatment with a staff psychiatrist.
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PPick
S1, E17: During the song "oh my god, I think I like you."
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One character is an alcoholic who eventually gets sober. Other characters abuse alcohol and drugs but don't have clear addictions.
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Minor injuries such as knocking out a tooth and tearing skin while waxing.
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Serisothikos
Three characters experience or reference body dysmorphia.
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The season three song "The Miracle of Birth" is humorous but focuses a lot on the grosser/less pleasant aspects of giving birth.
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A minor character shows his girlfriend a gash he got on his toe while surfing (S4E3).
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A character points a shotgun at someone but never fires (S3E7).
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James Palmer
there IS however a LOT of people calling the main character 'crazy' and similar; sort of a given since its in the title, but just in case
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PPick
There is sexual content that isn't too graphic. Some I remember: S1, E17: During the song "oh my god, I think I like you" there are sex scenes. S2, E1: mentioned but not graphic S3, E2: the song "strip away my conscious" shows a character undressing themselves to trade sex for getting revenge (doesn't happen)
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No cutting as self-harm, but a character is shown accidentally cutting himself while shaving (S2E6).
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