Series of Unfortunate Events

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Does a cat die?
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A small bird is grabbed out of the air by a large raven (S1E1). A crow is injured/killed by a harpoon (S2E6). A dead dove is shown (S2E10).
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There are starving lions, but they are hungry due to roaming through the hinterlands, not abuse.
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A character is hit with a tranquilizer dart (S1E2). A character is killed by injection with venom, and the syringes are shown (S1E4). A character is hit with a poison dart (S3E6).
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Lynxwithaharpn
Some scenes show the main characters ranting or generally being upset about their current situation, but they never actually have any full-blown anxiety attacks.
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Benjamin Pinto
In addition to the first season herpetology arc, In the first two episodes of the second season, there is a crab-infested shack which, although not snakes/bugs/rats, are in the same ballpark of things-that-scurry-about.
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Characters dine at a restaurant called The Anxious Clown, where there is clown decor and the waiter wears a clown costume (S1E5 and S1E6). There are clowns printed on wallpaper and hanging from a mobile (S2E8). A variety of clowns, some of which are pretty creepy, are shown at a carnival (S2E9 and S2E10). A cartoon drawing of a clown is shown on a bulletin board (S3E6).
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A fortune teller invokes "spirits" and some effects (lights flickering, smoke, etc.) hint at their presence. However, it is revealed that this is a trick/illusion.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Kinda? In S1E2, Count Olaf attempts to marry Violet, despite being a relative (supposedly) and her legal guardian. He makes a series of creepy comments, like saying he'll "put his hands on whatever he wants" while leaning on Violet's shoulder. While his primary goal in marrying her is financial gain, it's nevertheless an upsetting dynamic.
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Jason Karl
Very minor, not terrifying
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The Baudelaires live in the home of a herpetologist who owns countless snakes (S1E3 and S1E4). A large snake is shown approaching the Baudelaires (S3E7).
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S3E1, in the cave
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S2E7, during the scene where Babs is walking alone in the hallway (better described as flickering than strobe, but just in case)
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Jason Karl
Very small
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skandadr
There are no dragons in A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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In S1E3, a character is struck on the head by a falling object, though he does not sustain any visible injury.
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There are no depicted or confirmed deaths of children. However, there are some dangerous situations involving lots of people, and the show doesn't reveal what happens to everyone. (Note: a few important child characters whose fates are left ambiguous in the book series are confirmed to be alive at the end of the TV show.)
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Markjackson
Many parent/adult/guardian deaths, often by murder
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A plane is shown to be having trouble midair. The pilots anticipate "a bit of a rough landing," but this is not depicted. It is known that both of the pilots survive the trip.
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A character dies right after giving birth, though her death is not due to pregnancy/delivery complications.
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There are many possible but unconfirmed deaths in the show due to its open-ended/mysterious nature. This means some LGBT characters were last seen prior to disaster and the story doesn't follow up on them. There is also a passing mention of a woman and her deceased wife, though neither of the two were depicted in the show.
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A very bittersweet ending where, despite lots of tragedy, the protagonists carry on with their lives.
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Count Olaf Drinks a lot of whine" as the children say. He is shown clearly drunk on multiple occassions.
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A character has an ankle injury with visible bruising, but it is not specified whether this is a broken bone. The process of her getting injured is not shown (S3E7).
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Lynxwithaharpn
Esme cheats on her husband (Jerome) with Count Olaf.
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[SPOILER] A character leaves a "suicide note" and is believed to have thrown herself out of a window into the ocean. However, it is soon revealed she faked her death (S1E6).
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[SPOILERS] A character is shown falling into a pond and bubbles rise to the surface (S1E2). A character supposedly jumps out of a window into the ocean, though it's later revealed the death was faked (S1E6). A character is thrown into a lake and dies, though the cause of death may technically be bodily injury (S1E6). A wave is shown crashing down over a boat, though nobody dies (S3E7).
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[SPOILERS] A character supposedly jumps out a window but is soon revealed to have faked her death (S1E6). Characters narrowly escape a house that plummets off a cliff during a hurricane (S1E6). A character falls into a pit of lions (S2E10). Two characters narrowly escape falling off a cliff (S3E1).
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S3E7 title sequence
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Count Olaf is psychologically and physically abusive toward the Baudelaires. He pursues them, frequently threatens to use weapons against them, and kills their loved ones—sometimes right in front of them. Other adults in the series are abusive and/or neglectful. *Notable depictions: A child is struck across the face (S1E1). A child is kicked (S1E7). Count Olaf attempts to get children burned at the stake (S2E6). Count Olaf poses as a doctor and plans to kill a child under the guise of surgery (S2E8). Count Olaf attempts to throw children to hungry lions (S2E10). A child is at risk of dying due to a deadly fungus and Olaf doesn't attempt to help (S3E3 and S3E4).
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Emily Dimiceli
In the episode “The Miserable Mill”, the optometrist is thrown backward into the fire.
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Count Olaf is psychologically manipulative. Adults consistently dismiss the Baudelaires or accuse them of lying when they speak up about being abused/targeted, even when there is obvious evidence that supports their claims.
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MeganL
(Minor spoiler) 2 of the quagmire triplets are kidnapped from prufrock prep and are later taken to the village of foul devotees against their will
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Not misgendering per se, but one of the members of Count Olaf’s theater troupe is an individual who looks “like neither a man nor a woman.” Each henchperson has a distinguishing scary/weird characteristic, and this individual is deemed strange because of being androgynous.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Count Olaf's behaviors can sometimes be described as stalker-ish, as he follows the Baudelaires around regardless of where they go.
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Two characters are trapped inside hollow statues, only seen from the outside (S2E4, S2E5, and S2E6). A character is inside a crate that gets thrown from a truck (S2E7). Two characters hide inside a mail chute and then a ventilation system (S2E7 and S2E8). The Baudelaires hide inside a car trunk, which is shown from the inside but there is a big hole that allows them to look up and see the sky (S2E8). Three adults cram themselves inside a car trunk, only seen from the outside (S2E10 and S3E1).
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In S2E5 and S2E6, a noose is shown in a jail cell, though nobody is hanged.
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skandadr
There is an arc that takes place entirely in a hospital.
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raisedbywolves23
There are two episodes set in the hospital, but not a mental institution
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Markjackson
A very small amount. In the last episode a character gets shot in the stomach with a harpoon and it’s oretty graphic
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DisplayName
There is a scene where you think there will be childbirth, but that is not shown
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The Baudelaires are terrorized by Count Olaf while they live with him and after they've left.
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Count Olaf accidentally stabs his finger while messing around with a knife (S3E3, no blood shown).
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A couple small innuendos, but still entirely appropriate for older children.
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S2E9 (very brief scene shaving, no nicks/blood)
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