South Park

TV Show • 1997 • Animation  Report
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Pilibbe
Many. For example, in one episode a character literally "beats a dead horse".
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lindseyh
Yes, in a few episodes a dog is killed. For example, there are a few dogs that kill themselves because they are owned by Paris Hilton (Stupid Spoiled Wh*** Video Playset). I also believe a dog is hit by a car in Ike's Wee Wee.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Eratosthenese
In the pandemic special a pangolin is killed with a flame thrower
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Eratosthenese
In the pandemic special a bat and pangolin are... sexually assaulted.
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maximoalva153
In one episode Stans dog Sparky was going to fight with another wild one, but then Sparky just rape the other dog before attack or get attacked
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Are there bugs?
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Yes
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MilkMoney420
Cartman slays a dragon in a flash back he has.
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StarBot
Remember the beating the dead horse joke?
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shortbred
The action is not shown on-screen, but the aftermath is-- in Paris Hilton's scrapbook, multiple pets are shown to have committed various acts of suicide. There is at least one cat among them. (also in a more realistic art style than usual.)
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lindseyh
Yes, in the episode "Red Hot Catholic Love" there is a queen spider in the Catholic church.
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SirDerpymister
Many snakes are seen in the series, but the most notable is “Crippled Summer,” where Nathan tries to assassinate Jimmy with a black mamba.
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lindseyh
Yes, in "Hummels & Heroin" many people are shown to overdose. In "Quest for Ratings" the boys drink a bunch of cough syrup. In Season 22 Randy opens a weed farm. In "Towelie," "A Million Little Fibers," and "Crippled Summer" the character Towelie is shown to abuse marijuana and drugs. In "The Poor Kid" and "Lil' Crime Stoppers" meth labs are shown. In "Ike's Wee Wee" the counselor uses marijuana and possibly other drugs. In "Timmy 2000" drugs are also abused. In "My Future Self n' Me" drugs are mentioned. In "Medicinal Friend Chicken" marijuana is used. I may have missed a few episodes.
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wcndertweek
yes, stan marsh when diagnosed with depression goes to alcohol as a "coping mechanism" for him to stop seeing everything as shit.
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sae
At some point Stan becomes an alcoholic
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lindseyh
Yes, in the episode "Pre-School" the pre-school teacher gets burned alive twice. In "Spontaneous Combustion" many characters spontaneously combust.
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hyperjenb
Skip "Good Times With Weapons" if this is triggering.
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lindseyh
Cutting in mentioned and I believe shown in the episode "Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers."
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UmbrellaAcademyFan
Osama Bin Laden’s teeth are damaged and fall out in “Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants”. It is played in a cartoon-parody style.
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ProfessorProcyon
In "Scott Tenorman Must Die", Cartman gives Tenorman chili that is made up of the ground-up bodies of his parents. Tenorman doesn't find out what the chili is actually made up of until later, and is horrified when he learns the truth.
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hyperjenb
Kenny in "Chinpokomon" has a seizure while playing a video game and is unresponsive for most of the episode until he dies.
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Yes
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bingbong
arms are blown off in imagination land & hands are chopped off in Future Self and Me
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ziggyswizz
Justin Bieber's head is squashed in the episode C**n vs. C**n and Friends"
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Jake18
"God, Butters! Why'd you have to shoot him in the dick? You don't shoot people in the dick!"
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maximoalva153
Chef became a stripper for to pay a dept and one those people is Kyles mom, (she is married
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MadelineCox
In the episode Reverse Cowgirl Clyde's mom is killed by leaving the toilet seat up.
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SirDerpymister
In “1%,” Cartman stages a murder mystery with his toys, leading to all of them being destroyed.
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sockiesock
One of the main children, Kenny, dies in many episodes (especially the older ones), usually graphically. He always comes back though.
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maximoalva153
Eric, Stan, Kyle (I dont know if Kenny was still alive) were kidnapped by Barbara Streissand the episode is call Mecha-Streissand
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Whiteout
In "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" the kids are trying to return a movie to the movie store, and Butters stalks them (a parody of Lord of the Rings)
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hyperjenb
Cartman eats Kenny's ashes by accident and gets possessed in "A Ladder to Heaven" which kicks off a mild subplot in the latter half of Season 6. The Devil possesses Stan near the end of "Freemium Isn't Free."
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Striker2751
In dead celebrities Ike sees ghosts
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Yes
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Striker2751
Multiple jumpscares throughout series
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hyperjenb
Almost every scene about Canada (especially involving Terrence and Philip) has a fart joke in it.
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Yes
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ProfessorProcyon
The show has a lot of toilet humor, so naturally this happens sometimes. One episode even involves a sound known as the "brown note" that causes people to soil themselves, which eventually gets broadcast on live TV and causes everyone to... well, you can figure it out.
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MadelineCox
In the beginning episodes, every time Wendy talks to Stan he vomits on screen.
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Yes
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bingbong
multiple throughout the series
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SirDerpymister
In “Tsst,” Supernanny is sent to a mental institution.
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Fyra Femme
A character with diabetes is shown giving himself an insulin shot.
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lindseyh
In "Medicinal Fried Chicken" and in "Stanely's Cup"
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hyperjenb
"The Hobbit" is about girls photoshopping their pictures to look prettier.
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lindseyh
The following is a list of episodes in which suicide is committed: "Cash For Gold" "Butter's Very Own Episode" (attempted) "Night of the Living Homeless" Super Best Friends" "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Sl*t" C**n vs. C**n & Friends" "Cartman Sucks" "Stupid Spoiled Wh*** Video Playset" "Britney's New Look" "Pinewood Derby" "Death" I may have missed a few episodes, so please read up on any you plan to watch if you need to.
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Yes
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Striker2751
Tweek is almost always anxious
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TVADDICT0307
Cartman constantly gaslights everyone in his life
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Dorianaz9
during the high school musical parody episode
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VishnyaAzraq
Not a regular thing in the show itself but the "Pandemic" episodes have lots of very shaky cam scenes, so if it's something that makes you uncomfortable I'd recommand not watching them
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Striker2751
There is a small scene in dead kids where bullets are everywhere
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Does a baby cry?
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Yes
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Yes
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SirDerpymister
One episode, “Kenny Dies,” features Cartman collecting a stash of aborted fetuses for stem cell research. “Woodland Critter Christmas” shows Stan teaching puma cubs how to perform abortions.
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hyperjenb
Kenny's mom has given birth at the end of "Cartman Joins NAMBLA" and goes into labor at the end of "C**n vs C**n and Friends." A porcupine gives birth in "Woodland Christmas Critters."
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Yes
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ProfessorProcyon
Sex jokes are frequent, along with nudity (especially bare bottoms). There are also some onscreen sexual acts. It should be noted that it's generally animated in a very limited/cartoonish art style, though.
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bingbong
many people, sometimes children- mostly indiana jones though
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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wesleythomasm
Cartman admits to fooling around with his cousin in one episode.
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Bigmac
There’s an entire episode surrounding conversion therapy and lgbtq suicide
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bonzo
The episode has 43 uncensored usages of the n word (mostly from white characters)
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wesleythomasm
Cartman is a neo-nazi, despite only being 10 or 11. All major religeons are made fun of in some way, although it's rather equal-opportunity about it.
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sae
Due to the many, many people who pass in South Park and the poor representation within the series, no, the black guy doesn't go first. But several black characters are killed at certain points in the series, most notably Chef.
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hyperjenb
R****d and its variants get thrown around a lot and one episode has a disabled character defend his right to say it. Same with "cr*ppled." Though there are disabled characters who exist outside of being jokes like Jimmy and Nathan, a lot of jokes are made at their expense. Generally a lot of casual ableism that's to be expected if you know how South Park operates.
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wesleythomasm
Cartman is repeatedly called a f****s and variants thereof.
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DerangedButFun
Antisemitism is present throughout the series, in most if not all episodes.
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lindseyh
If this is triggers you in any way, skip the episode "Cartman Sucks."
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tial
The police are usually portrayed as corrupt or completely useless with very few exceptions.
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hyperjenb
"Mr. Garrison's Fancy New V****a" portrays transitioning as an impulse or a trend. The character does realize they weren't actually a trans woman several seasons later, but is misgendered in several episodes while they are presenting as a woman. A similar situation happens in "The Cissy" where Cartman pretend to be a trans girl to use the bathroom, but again it's hard to say because Cartman isn't actually trans, but the language used to discredit him might still upset some people. "Board Girls" has a trans woman character (or a man pretending to be a trans woman, it's never made quite clear) who is very masculine and many characters refer to her as "him" but quickly correct themselves. However, she is still essentially a caricature used to poke fun at the issue of trans women in sports. Other episodes misgender characters who aren't trans, such as Cartman calling Kyle a girl in "Super Hard PC-ness."
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ProfessorProcyon
Not really a show that kids young enough to believe in Santa should be watching, though.
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tial
Depends how dark your sense of humour is on most episodes. A few episodes do have depressing endings no matter how you look at it though.
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maximoalva153
There is a parody of WWZ
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ProfessorProcyon
The episode "Cartman Sucks" involves a kid that is about to jump off a bridge in one scene, but he is talked out of it.
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lindseyh
Yes, this is basically the theme of the episode "Grey Dawn," mocking how old people are terrible drivers. An ongoing gag in the later seasons shows Caitlyn Jenner hitting pedestrians. A few episodes where this happens are "Where My Country Gone?" and "Sponsored Content." In "Put It Down" many people run over children with their cars, if this counts as a car crash.
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Boop
In one episode Kenny's parents kill each other, although there is no continuity and they are later shown to both be alive.
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VishnyaAzraq
Butters' parents. It's very stereotyped and is mostly shown as some kind of running gag but can still be very upsetting (he gets beaten in one episode, tho it's not shown, but you can hear it). Same goes for Tweek's parents, it isn't shown as much as Butters but still can be seen as abuse. (a few examples : not taking their son' anxiety seriously, making him work, giving him coffee with meth, pointing a gun at him to "teach a lesson")
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ProfessorProcyon
Although much of the show is animated in a very limited/cartoonish art style, violence is quite frequent (including blood/gore) and can be disturbing at times.
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TVADDICT0307
In the episode "Funnybot" Tyler Perry is buried alive
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Yes
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lindseyh
In the episode "Super Best Friends." Also in "Butters' Very Own Episode" Butters' mom tries to drown him in the car.
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UmbrellaAcademyFan
A child hangs himself in “Cartman Sucks”, at a gay conversion program.
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Whiteout
In one episode in the earlier seasons, Kenny gets strangled by ropes and dies
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hyperjenb
A truck runs over Kenny in "Best Friends Forever. "Put It Down" has several very gory scenes of children being run over. There's more occasions across the series.
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