Black Mirror

TV Show • 2011 • Drama  Report
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Benjamin Pinto
In S4E5 Metalhead, a dog-like robot dies.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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jb23
Mouse in season 5 ep 1
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william003oliver
Which episode?
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Does a cat die?
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ComradeDeath
The episode Hated in the Nation" has lots of robot bees. "Playtest" has spiders.
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petaara
It's in the episode Playtest. Maybe in others as well, but I can't remember.
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csbyron1
Rachel Jack and Ashley Too - Ashley's manager has been drugging her and eventually causes her to overdose, but she survives
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BluebellsBestFriend
The most notable example I can think of is The Entire History of You, where a man becomes an alcoholic because of a rocky relationship with his wife.
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AliciaCate
Season 1 Ep 3 "the entire episode of you" man uses razor blade to cut device out of his head / neck.
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dylanmichaelparris
S4 Ep6 - 'Black Museum' A man is turned into a simulation and is given the electric chair constantly for entertainment to guests
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csbyron1
First artifact story in Black Museum involves a man who is addicted to pain - he cuts off his own fingers
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Harmalite
Arkangel - a girl beats a woman over the head multiple times in what appears to be a deadly assault, but she survives
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dylanmichaelparris
S4 Ep1 - 'USS Callister' One of the crew members was burned to death while fixing the rocket or thrusters or whatever they're called
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emmily
Can someone list which episode(s) please
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simon
In the episode Black Museum, a man is shown pulling out his own tooth.
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Harmalite
Crocodile - a body is seen with a mangled leg
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eckdavids
Season 4, Episode 3 - Near the end of the episode it is implied that a baby is killed by purposefully smothering it with a pillow. It shows the person approach the baby and then it cuts. Later police are at the scene and it is confirmed she followed through with it.
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Harmalite
Hang the DJ - two people having sex tell each other they want to imagine someone else.
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Harmalite
White Bear, discussed but not seen
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Harmalite
Season 4 episode 3, both parents of a baby are killed.
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csbyron1
Black Museum, people can be uploaded to another person's brain which is reminiscent of possession
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csbyron1
Arkangel, the mother has a device that allows her to track her daughter and see through her eyes
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ComradeDeath
Beware of the episode Playtest"
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brenda.vanpuyvelde
Episodes with vomit I've seen so far: S1E1 / S2E1 / S3E3 / S4E2 Safe Episodes: S1E2 / S1E3 / S2E2 / S2E3 / S2E4 / S3E1 / S3E2 / S3E4 / S3E6 / S4E1 / S4E6 I didn't watch them all in order so I can't vouch for the episodes that are not mentioned.
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csbyron1
Black Museum, first artifact story is about a doctor in a hospital. Rachel Jack and Ashley Too involves a coma
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Kelnius
In the episode Black Museum, in the third story of this anthology episode, a life-like (and possibly consciousness) hologram is forced to undergo holographic torture via an electric chair - being restrained to the device, and unable to escape. This is clearly shown to be a painful and harmful abuse of this hologram.
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csbyron1
As mentioned in another comment, someone tries to drug Ashley with a syringe in Rachel Jack and Ashley Too. The needle is soon turned on the man trying to drug her and he gets stuck with it very suddenly.
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In Nosedive a character buys her friend a bridesmaid dress knowing it’s too small and that she struggled with an eating disorder
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csbyron1
Smithereens - a man is forced into a trunk who cries that he is claustrophobic. He is soon let out.
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csbyron1
A character in Smithereens describes her daughter's suicide in a group therapy scene. Later, the protagonist explains his plans to commit suicide in what is potentially a very triggering monologue
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Harmalite
Mentioned briefly in Nosedive that the protagonist once struggled with an eating disorder
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csbyron1
Arkangel, Rachel Jack and Ashley Too
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simon
In the episode Black Museum, a man is shown to be seriously harming himself due to an implant that mixes up his pain and pleasure responses. There may be more episodes containing self harm, but this is the only I know of.
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Asasei
arkangel
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galaxynerd
In Arkangel the mother gets a pill and gives it to her daughter (without knowledge) as an abortion
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BluebellsBestFriend
There is sex in every eisode of this show. I've yet to find an episode where someone doesn't bang.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: A character is coerced into publicly having sex with a pig, which is partially shown on screen. S1E2: A character is given a drink called "compliance," which leads her to agree to be part of a sex ring. There is sexual harassment before she is pressured into going into the ring and taking off her shirt by two men and a woman, who also make other sexual comments. While she says "yes" in the videos of her sexual encounters, which are distributed throughout the community, she is hesitant to do so, and it is clear that saying "no" is not an option. S2E3: Mention of pedophilia. S3E3: A character is shown masturbating to child p**n (although nothing on his laptop is shown) and is later arrested. This character also interacts with (but does not assault) a child. S4E1: Two women are forced to kiss a man several times. A third woman is tortured when she refuses to kiss someone. There is one suggestion of a main character forcing a woman into sex. S4E2: The woman coerced into doing p**n by the judges of a talent show is referenced. S4E6: A man is shown spanking his girlfriend during sex, despite her repeated requests for him not to do so. In the context of the episode, it is made clear that he is doing this specifically to cause her pain, in order to utilize a device that turns her pain into his pleasure.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Diabird
In S4 ep5. But the point is (among other things) to parody the post-apocalypse genre, with its clichés, which include the black guy dying first.
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Hurbig
In San Junipero two gay characters die, but their relationship is framed as something very positive, they both die of oldage and they find love in the "afterlife" so imo it does not fall into the bury your gays trope
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csbyron1
Rachel Jack and Ashley Too - while eating takeout, Ashley jokes that she'll have to go to the gym tomorrow.
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csbyron1
Every ending is intense and usually not ideal. Still, I would say that Nosedive, San Junipero, Arkangel, Hang the DJ, Black Museum, Striking Vipers, and Rachel Jack and Ashley Too have good, satisfying endings.
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Harmalite
Crocodile
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csbyron1
Arkangel, emotional abuse/gaslighting
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csbyron1
Smithereens, detailed discussion and a flashback. At the end of Rachel Jack and Ashley Too a car drives through the wall of a stadium but no one is injured.
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Juliettebenton
‘Men Against Fire’ shows soldiers shooting what are thought to be ‘roaches’, inhuman creatures. They also show the shooting of some regular people.
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csbyron1
Black Museum
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