The Simpsons

TV Show • 1989 • Animation  Report
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Does an animal die?
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In "Trash of the Titans", the neighbours' bunny dies and is buried. In "Lisa Gets an 'A'", Homer accidentally kills his pet lobster.
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DyingDogs20XX
Does dog racing count? More of an agility contest...
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blurrylesbian2007
Many of Lisa's cats die.
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Are there bugs?
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Steven S.
A dragon dies at the end of The Serfsons, but it is almost immediately brought back to life.
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SallyBuckley
Various Treehouse of Horror segments include spiders, and the beginning of the episode Mobile Homer features several spiders dropping onto Homer's face when he picks up a box in the garage.
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Homer, and to a lesser extent, Lenny and Carl, love to drink beer while Barney drinks a lot in general. Many characters, especially Patty and Selma, smoke. Characters occasionally smoke weed. "Smoke on the Daughter" is about secondhand smoke. Ned Flanders hardly ever drinks, but when he does, his symptoms can be very intense since he's a lightweight.
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BodhiWow
Homer, Lenny, Carl, of course there is
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DyingDogs20XX
Homer almost always manages to have five-o'-clock shadow. But yes.
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Herman and the Sea Captain are both amputees, but their amputations happened a long time ago.
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LK1924
There's a pretty frightening/graphic (by Simpsons standards) scene in the Treehouse of Horror segment "Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace"
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DyingDogs20XX
Skateboarding is dangerous, kids!
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Nebulacat
Mona, Homer's mother, is dead.
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Artixell
Bart is continually kidnapped my Sideshow Bob.
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blurrylesbian2007
In several Treehouse of Horror episodes.
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nicklego59
Bart cheats on a test
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wesleythomasm
Can't sleep... clown will eat me... Can't sleep... clown will eat me... Can't sleep... clown will eat me...
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wesleythomasm
There are a couple of scenes where Homer is showering or bathing. The two I can remember off the top of my head are 1) Bart learns he can make Homer sing a song by playing with the bathroom taps while he's in the shower, and 2) Bart whomps Homer with a chair while he's in the bath.
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Artixell
Bart is stalked by a murderer named "Sideshow Bob"
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Nebulacat
There's a scene of Homer running into Bart's room, shouting, "BART-YOU-WANNA-SEE-MY-NEW-CHAINSAW-AND-HOCKEY-MASK?!", but that's actually a parody of jumpscares.
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Steven S.
Several Treehouse of Horror episodes contain ghosts.
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DyingDogs20XX
Boo
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Nebulacat
One Treehouse of Horror skit has Homer communicating through farts. He also drools a lot, though I'm not sure that qualifies as spitting.
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In one scene, the whole family except Maggie have food poisoning and Marge, Lisa, and Bart throw up in the toilet and sinks while Homer throws up in Lisa's saxophone. In another scene, Maggie throws up a ludicrous amount of vomit at the table. In a third scene, Ned Flanders vomits offscreen because he's hungover.
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Artixell
Sideshow Bob is seen in a mental institution multiple times.
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Nebulacat
Flashbacks show the kids being born in the hospital. In "Large Marge", Marge gets surgery and is shown at hospital. In "Homer Simpson in: 'Kidney Trouble'", Homer, Grandpa, and Ned are shown at the hospital. Comic Book Guy goes to the hospital in "Worst Episode Ever". "'Round Springfield" takes place mostly in the hospital.
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Nebulacat
There's a scene where Dr. Hibbert pretends like he's going to give Bart lots of injections, but it turns out he's only trying to make Bart sweat because sweat is the only thing that removes the glue that's on him.
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Nebulacat
In "Sleeping with the Enemy", Lisa's anorexia stems from her thinking she's fat and/or has a big butt.
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petaara
In the episode "Sleeping With The Enemy" Lisa has an eating disorder (anorexia nervosa).
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Artixell
Seymour Skinner has Panic Attacks as his mother screams at him. It is mentioned he has PTSD from Vietnam as well.
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Steven S.
Moe the Bartender contemplating/attempting suicide is a running gag.
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AdamK
there are mentions, though I’ve never seen a character actually harm themselves. in ‘King Leer’, Moe’s father gives him one of the family mattress stores. Moe, with tears in his eyes, states ‘this is a dream I had buried so deep, no amount of self-harm could ever carve it out’.
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DyingDogs20XX
As a stylistic choice, in moderation. Some episodes.
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Artixell
Abortions are implied in one episode.
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invadermac
Bart’s birth is covered
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DyingDogs20XX
I mean...there are strong implications at some points... :/
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Nebulacat
No onscreen hanky-panky, but plenty of raunchy implications.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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petaara
Cletus and Brandine are siblings and married with children.
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DyingDogs20XX
Never, ever. All the characters are correctly gendered, always. :|
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Nebulacat
Homer is teased for many things, including being fat. In "Hurricane Neddy", Ned insults the police chief for being fat.
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SallyBuckley
No outright uses of f*g but the episode Homer's Phobia contains insensitive remarks from Homer
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DyingDogs20XX
...Ending? Whaaa? :S
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Artixell
Homer is hit with a car in the theme song.
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AdamK
on multiple occasions. Homer works at the power plant and is not very good at his job.
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wesleythomasm
Homer attempts to throttle Bart at several points. One ToH short has a fourth Simpsons kid locked up in the attic for being eeeeevillll
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teaz
a running joke is homer choking bart.
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Nebulacat
One Treehouse of Horror episode has a couch gag where the family is hanged but somehow survive. Ned tries unsuccessfully to hang himself in "Viva Ned Flanders", as does Moe in another episode.
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Nebulacat
One couch gag involves Marge and Maggie falling into a lake and drowning. They survive, though, because couch gags are not canon.
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DyingDogs20XX
Poor Apu.
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Nebulacat
One Treehouse of Horror episode is about vampires and drinking blood.
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