Breaking Bad

TV Show • 2008 • Drama  Report
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Boop
There is a character called Krazy 8 who dies within the first few episodes who had dogs and we never find out what happened to them, but no dogs die or are implied to be dead.
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ChelleMarley
LOL there were no dragons in Breaking Bad.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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craigkethley26
A couple of bugs are killed throughout the series. A tortoise is also killed.
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LydiaRing
Yes, spoilers () a tortoise is used to deliver a bomb and is killed in the process.
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calebneher065
There is a fly in the mets lab in an episode.
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ozzie711
Season 5 episode 5, right in the opening scene, there is a huge tarantula in the desert. A kid picks it up and puts it in a jar. It is shown again in the last shot of the episode (shortly after a shooting). Also shown briefly in the next episode after the shooter gets a warning from Mike.
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Does a cat die?
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craigkethley26
Drug use is seen throughout the entire show. There are also several characters that struggle with drug addiction.
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Boop
Season 2 episode 10 there is a scene where a character lets his 16 year old son have a shot. After his son is finished he keeps pouring up until the son gets sick. He is aggressive towards other characters who try to calm him down/get him to stop. A friend who grew up with an abusive/alcoholic father found this scene very upsetting.
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Nazetel
Several of the characters are addicted to drugs.
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Gyra
In season 1, episode 6, Walter gives in to his hair loss due to chemotherapy and shaves his head bald.
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Boop
At the end of season one/begginning of season two, a character has a seizure after being beaten and passes away.
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seanlee
there's a decomposing part of a jaw with eroded teeth
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Boop
There are crunching sound effects when a character is beaten up so broken bones are implied.
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Gyra
In the later parts of season 5, someone is tortured in order to give information and be 'kept in line'.
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Virginia Mickey
Someone is burned alive in a prison cell.
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Jack McDaniels
Someone's head is crushed with an ATM machine.
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BruckheimerFoehdh
A young boy is murdered by 2 meth dealers towards the end of season 3. A young boy is poisoned and nearly dies towards the end of season 4. A young boy is shot and killed in early season 5.
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Boop
The episode "IFT/I f****d Ted."
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Boop
SPOILER: A main character who is a parent dies at the end.
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Kris
In the final few episodes a main character is kidnapped and help prisoner for months.
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Boop
The DEA and cartel members stalk characters throughout the show
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dozaux
In addition, a character chokes on their own vomit to death while sleeping.
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George MacLeod
A father in his fifties is diagnosed with lung cancer at the start of the series.
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calebneher065
There are multiple scenes of shooting drugs, including a woman shooting heroin and later choking on her own vomit unconscious.
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Boop
The main character has cancer. There are multiple hospital scenes throughout the entirety of the show
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kathrynw
No, but one of the characters goes to rehab. It's a "fancy" rehab and doesn't look like a psych hospital.
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VictorBender
I am only marking this down as yes because there is a character with cerebral palsy who is referred to as "ret*rded" and is made fun of quite a bit. They are treated well by family, though.
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Boop
Walt goes through periods of anger and dissociation, some of which may resemble/be interpreted as anxiety attacks, but it is never addressed.
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Nazetel
Scenes of manipulation or threats are quite common throughout the show
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Boop
SPOILER: in the first episode a character attempts suicide. In the last episode that same character accidentally shoots themself while trying to get revenge on different characters. There is a also a scene where an old man agrees to have a bomb attached to him in order to kill someone he hates, while killing him in the process.
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Nazetel
People who have epilepsy should probably proceed with caution.
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Kris
A woman gives birth but it is not seen on screen.
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Kris
A man forcefully has sex with his wife until she screams at him to stop, which he does.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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matthewenzel
Yeah, this show has a lot of sexual content. There's probably ten minutes of old people smashing which is pretty awkward. In Episode one, there's a very brief comical scene where a nude woman throws stuff out of a window. There's just random s*x scenes throughout the show. Episode seven's first few minutes take place in a strip club, nudity is obviously very present. Throughout the entire show there's nudity but it's usually not as vulgar, Walter's ass is exposed a few times for comical effect, etc. It's still a somewhat present element throughout the show. If you're offended by nudity, you might want to consider skimming a few minutes in this show. The sexual scenes don't have any plot points anyway.
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LydiaRing
There are multiple hispanic characters that die, as the movie is set in New Mexico.
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Daniel27
There are Neo-Nazis in the show with tattoos of Swastikas
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Daniel27
Jesse uses the f-slur in the first episode. Hector calls Gus and Max "butt brothers" in season 4, episode 8
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craigkethley26
There are two characters that are believed to be gay that are killed, but whether or not they are gay is highly debated.
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VictorBender
Very, very few. The only one that comes to mind is Hank receiving a thank-you cake with a cartoon of himself on it, to which another character responds "You got the gut right!". That's about it.
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MonaLoignon
The r-slur is used casually and repeatedly throughout the show
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Boop
Hank denounces neonazis but frequently makes (joking) racist comments towards Gomez (his latino coworker). In a later season, a main character works with a neonazi hitman organization, although they never discuss it or outright speak of their racism.
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Nazetel
The show ends with multiple well known characters dead and some depressed
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mewmew
There are scenes of strangulation though.
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calebneher065
Half of a man's face is blown off.
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Boop
There is a plane crash at the end of season 2/beginning of season 3, but not from crashing into the ground. The plane hits another plane(it is not shown on screen). There are no scenes of anyone falling to their death or implied falling to their death
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kathrynw
There's a scene where one of the main characters goes into a pool and appears to be trying to drown herself. It's not a major plot point and it's pretty short - S05E04.
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Boop
In season two a wife kills her husband after being verbally abused.
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calebneher065
Two planes crash into each other causing multiple fatalities, including children.
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Nazetel
Many shootouts
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Modemfreak
In the first season, a captive character is poisoned with chemical vapors, and is shown trying to escape while struggling to breathe.
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MichaelSnow
In Season 4 Episode 11 Walt intentionally causes a non fatal car crash
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BruckheimerFoehdh
Not directly abused, but a toddler is severely neglected by meth-head parents.
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calebneher065
Two gangsters are hit by a car, one dying by being ran over and the other being hit and then shot in the head.
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