Final Space

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Does an animal die?
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TheQueenAnglerfish
In a flashback someone grab's Gary's pet caterpillar in a jar and smashes it. It most likely died.
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While the first comment is correct, Chookie = Mooncake.
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Zargon slugs, and one of Clarence's forms, also, in the first season, Avocato gets bitten by a butterfly-like alien, where later on the gang runs from them, but escapes.
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There is this one spider in chapter 5, but it is never seen again.
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More specifically, a humanoid alien called a ventrexian dies jumping on a bomb to save his son. Rather graphic, and he was a fairly important character.
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TheQueenAnglerfish
In Chapter 13 "The Grand Surrender" the crew travels to Ash's home planet, which worships a snake god (which we do see in the episode) and almost everything in the entire planet has a snake motif.
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For a short amount of time, for comedic effect. It is more like weed than anything.
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TheQueenAnglerfish
In the second season, Sheryl is shown to be an alcoholic. In Chapter 15 she's shown drunkenly throwing a bottle at a picture of her late husband and son, before stumbling. In Chapter 22 she's shown drunkenly wandering the streets holding a bottle before collapsing and declaring that she's "so wasted."
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TheQueenAnglerfish
Sheryl's shown to have alcoholic tendencies, though mostly in brief flashbacks, so it's unclear if she's managed to kick her addiction by the time of the show.
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Electrocuted, but it does not count.
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Even worse; arm ripped off
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An arm is ripped off
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Little Cato was tortured in prison
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Avocato's son, Mooncake
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Harp Graven, Ash Graven's sister, gets swallowed by Warthrent, and dies later on in Episode 3
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Avocato jumps on a bomb to save his son, John Goodspeed blew himself up to save Earth, and Ash Graven kills her parents.
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It is implied David DeWinter cheated on his wife, as when he stated 'Everything with your sister was a mistake..."
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Little Cato was possessed by the Lord Commander, and both Gary and Avocato got possessed by invictus.
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There's peeing
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wesleythomasm
The villain pukes blood at certain points.
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Multiple, like Gary getting a robotic arm, Avocato getting saved, and Fox and Gary getting put in a capsule of some kind.
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wesleythomasm
The villain has a severe, degenerative illness, but it's not cancer.
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TheQueenAnglerfish
In Chapter 2 HUE orders a robot to inject Gary's neck with something that he claims will cause his head to combust if he doesn't return to the ship. In Chapter 3 Avocato gives Gary an injection of an antidote to a psychedelic drug he's tricked into consuming. In Chapter 12 Hushfluffles shows off a large syringe to the camera before injecting it into Gary's neck, and in Chapter 20 he injects Sheryl with a similar syringe.
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In chapter 5, the characters get electrocuted, but they got it while trying to navigate electric pipes, and Turk gets blown to bits from being electrocuted by Avocato.
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TheQueenAnglerfish
Possible in Chapter 8 - While in Bolo's mind fortress Gary begins to ruminate over his fear of not being able to save the earth, as the black goo filling Bolo's mind rises up until it almost covers his face, as Bolo tells him that his "anxiety is consuming him". Though this is possibly meant more symbolically than medically accurate.
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Avocato shrinks that one time, but it is more comedic than anything and returns to normal soon enough
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wesleythomasm
Heroic Sacrifice. He notices that he has a bomb attached to him and jumps off a loading ramp.
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This is animated, and all of the shots are carefully panned out, almost perfectly.
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Alarms, but nothing more.
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Mostly for comedic affect
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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TheQueenAnglerfish
Tribore is revealed to be some type of genderfluid in the second season. Gary mentions that he knows "just the guy -- or gal" in reference to Tribore
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The black guy does not die first. There was only one black guy who died. The other black character is a badass who is amazing.
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In the second season, it does.
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There are no holidays other than Carnivolo.
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An arm gets ripped off, some dude gets blown up, it is abundant.
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TheQueenAnglerfish
Several instances of astronauts running out of oxygen while in space, especially throughout the first season.
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Gary does ask if HUE really thinks he is going to try to hang himself with guitar strings, to which he agrees partially with HUE saying yes, but nothing happens other than that.
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For Little Cato, he was abused in prison, not by Avocato. But for Clarence's children, there is some emotional manipulation, abandonment, and Clarence nearly kills his son. Also, Sheryl was neglectful and mentally abusive, traumatizing Gary.
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A few explosions, but usually for added effect, and not of the catastrophic kind. A planet did blow up and get sucked into the breach, however.
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Little Cato kicks a guard off of a bridge, and Melanie DeWinter falls to her doom.
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no, but space ships crash
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Most of the series fights have guns in them. They are more laser guns than the real life ones, though.
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Spaceships. Not really planes, but spaceships.
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While falling, non-fatal, comedic
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TheQueenAnglerfish
In Chapter 9 Gary rescues an unconscious Quinn from drowning in an underwater Infinity Guard base.
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