A Series of Unfortunate Events

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A troubled scientist's accidental overexposure to gamma radiation curses him with the tendency to change into a bestial green brute under extreme emotional stress.
This tv show contains 55 potentially triggering events.
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Season
Episode
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
187 supporters
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0
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49
0
kelabreads
I don't think there are actually any dogs in the show.
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Unanswered Triggers
Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
43 supporters
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0
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0
Is an animal sad?
42 supporters
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0
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0
Are rabbits harmed?
37 supporters
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0
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0
Is there on-screen pooping?
21 supporters
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0
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0
Are there anti-abortion themes?
21 supporters
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0
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0
Is autism misrepresented?
20 supporters
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0
Is someone eaten?
19 supporters
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0
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0
0
NakNakNak
SPOILERS-- "The Carnivorous Carnival: Part 2"

"Madame Lulu" the fortune teller saves the children from falling into a pit of hungry lions. Unfortunately, Olaf makes her slip into the pit herself--the last we see of her is her terrified face falling into the pit in slow-motion with a scream, but no aftermath is seen or heard.
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NakNakNak
Intended but never carried out. In "The Hostile Hospital: Part 2," Olaf plans to cut off Violet's head in a fake surgery.
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Is there throat mutilation?
14 supporters
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0
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0
Is an LGBT+ person outed?
14 supporters
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0
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0
Abandonment
Is a child abandoned by a parent?
22 supporters
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Yes
9
No
3
Is an animal abandoned?
51 supporters
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0
No
3
Abuse
Yes
8
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0
2
NakNakNak
Count Olaf acts as the Baudelaires' first guardian after their parents perish in a fire (Ep1 and Ep2, The Bad Beginning)--he forces them to do difficult chores with no help, makes them all share one tiny bed with no toys or fun things to do, and--most directly abusive--he backhands Klaus across the face for daring to speak out against the mistreatment.
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1
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2
Is someone stalked?
15 supporters
Yes
51
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0
6
twiceroyaldove
I would disagree about it being always family-friendly and lighthearted. A dangerous killer stalks children to try to kidnap/murder them, and he shows sexual interest in Violet. Sometimes it's comedic and sometimes it's disturbing.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The Baudelaires are terrorized by Count Olaf while they live with him and after they've left.
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Ingeborg
Count Olaf becomes violent after someone killing his father. Its Also hintes at violet and klause becomes affected by Olaf abuse
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62
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1
11
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Is a child abused?
65 supporters
Yes
64
No
1
4
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Addiction
5
ProfessorProcyon
Smoking/drinking is seen on occasion, but no serious drugs.
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Is there addiction?
7 supporters
Yes
5
No
32
6
ihatelicorice
Nothing serious but Count Olaf is implied to be alcoholic and drinks a lot of wine at the beginning of season 1, episode one and two.
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Yes
37
No
5
4
GothicMonocle Draws
Count Olaf Drinks a lot of whine" as the children say. He is shown clearly drunk on multiple occassions.
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
68 supporters
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1
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2
Does a horse die?
54 supporters
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1
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47
5
ProfessorProcyon
Prufrock's mascot is a "dead horse", but it's a rather unrealistic-looking horse skeleton.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
96 supporters
Yes
53
No
2
4
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Are animals abused?
111 supporters
Yes
5
No
34
5
series_of_unfortunate_events
There are starving lions, but they are hungry due to roaming through the hinterlands, not abuse.
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0
kelabreads
No dogs.

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26
No
0
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Anonymous
S2 there’s a village where villagers wear dead crows on their hats

S3E6 shows crows being made into sausages
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Does a cat die?
98 supporters
Yes
4
No
42
8
ProfessorProcyon
In "The Wide Window: Part 1", a taxi driver describes something as "as dead as the cat I ran over this morning". Mostly just played as dark humor. Some lions also possibly die.
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Does a pet die?
86 supporters
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0
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7
Does a dragon die?
17 supporters
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0
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59
4
skandadr
There are no dragons in A Series of Unfortunate Events.
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Are there spiders?
1 supporters
Yes
39
No
5
5
series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E1, in the cave
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2
TwinKittens
S1
the reptile room episodes have one but they are not aggressive.
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Are there snakes?
1 supporters
Yes
67
No
0
5
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Are there bugs?
18 supporters
Yes
49
No
0
4
Anonymous
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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Assault
Is someone drugged?
17 supporters
Yes
5
No
0
0
Violet is knocked unconscious in prep for surgery in the Hostile Hospital episode
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Is there pedophilia?
62 supporters
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Yes
4
No
0
Is someone held under water?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Is rape mentioned?
1 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Yes
13
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0
2
ProfessorProcyon
Whenever the villains capture someone in this series, they tend to restrain them in a variety of ways (usually tied by rope or tape). Restraining via grabbing also happens often as well.
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Yes
23
No
26
12
ProfessorProcyon
An adult attempts to marry a teenager against her will, though.
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0
No
4
Bodily Harm
Yes
27
No
7
3
series_of_unfortunate_events
S2E9 (very brief scene shaving, no nicks/blood)
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Yes
26
No
0
3
Lynxwithaharpn
In the first episode, Count Olaf briefly chokes while eating, but he manages to survive. Also, some characters are infected with Medusoid Mycellium, a fungus that can be poisonous, and noticeably have trouble breathing (some wheezing/coughing can be heard, along with them mentioning that they're having problems breathing). There are a few deaths from it.
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Is there cannibalism?
23 supporters
Yes
0
No
20
4
ProfessorProcyon
Though there is a brief reference to the Donner Party in one episode.
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Is someone crushed to death?
16 supporters
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0
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7
Yes
58
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2
5
oreoicecrem
Arson is a big part of the show, the main character's parents die in a fire, many other places get burned down. If you aren't okay with arson/fire i wouldn't recommend watching this show
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Is someone buried alive?
13 supporters
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0
No
27
Is there body horror?
28 supporters
Yes
2
No
2
1
TwinKittens
S1
in the last two episodes of season one a characters leg is movable but crushed
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Is there amputation?
12 supporters
Yes
14
No
9
3
oreoicecrem
One of Olaf's henchmen has no hands and he has hooks for hands
5 comments | Add comment
Yes
0
No
28
3
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
1 supporters
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0
No
6
Is there a hanging?
22 supporters
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3
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32
6
series_of_unfortunate_events
In S2E5 and S2E6, a noose is shown in a jail cell, though nobody is hanged.
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Does someone asphyxiate?
16 supporters
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0
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7
Yes
5
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32
0
kelabreads
No, but Count Olaf's teeth by the end of the show are nasty.
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Does someone become unconscious?
3 supporters
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4
No
0
Yes
2
No
25
3
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Does someone have a seizure?
3 supporters
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0
No
34
Is there genital trauma/mutilation?
44 supporters
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Yes
0
No
16
Yes
11
No
26
4
series_of_unfortunate_events
Count Olaf accidentally stabs his finger while messing around with a knife (S3E3, no blood shown).
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Is someone tortured?
55 supporters
Yes
37
No
1
4
oreoicecrem
The hook guy is instructed by count Olaf to torture the three kids with his hooks, he's about to but he ends up not doing. A bunch of kids are kidnapped and forced to work until they are in pain.
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7
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0
0
Anonymous
S3E6 28:44 a man is hit by a poisoned dart and he slumps and falls down the stairs
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0
series_of_unfortunate_events
[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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2
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35
2
Smiliey
Not really but eyes Are a frequent theme in the series so If you Are freaked out by eyes beware
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2
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8
2
kelabreads
Not really, but there are a lot of deaths in the books and show. Fernald- (the hook handed man) burns down a lighthouse and his hands and burnt too. Thats why he has hooks.
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Children
Yes
10
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0
2
Five_Hargreeves
Sunny gets abducted in the first 2 episodes of seasons one and three
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Does a kid die?
27 supporters
Yes
41
No
9
4
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Is a minor sexualized?
59 supporters
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Yes
4
No
3
Death
Does someone sacrifice themselves?
8 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Does a non-human character die?
15 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Does someone die?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
3
No
0
Disability
Is the r-slur used?
22 supporters
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Yes
0
No
8
0
NakNakNak
Usman Ally plays Fernald the Hook-Handed Man, and has two perfectly working hands in real life
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Drugs/Alcohol
Does someone overdose?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Family
Yes
42
No
0
4
SidneKate
The baudelairs are kidnapped by count olaf multiple times throughout the show
2 comments | Add comment
Does a parent die?
6 supporters
Yes
85
No
0
10
Jason Karl
Adults/Guardians are frequently killed or murdered, with some dead bodies shown on screen.
6 comments | Add comment
Does someone cheat?
12 supporters
Yes
40
No
2
6
Lynxwithaharpn
Esme cheats on her husband (Jerome) with Count Olaf.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
30
No
1
5
ProfessorProcyon
A lot of the Baudelaire children's possessions were destroyed in a house fire.
1 comment | Add comment
Does a family member die?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
3
No
0
Fear
Are there jumpscares?
29 supporters
Yes
32
No
8
4
Jason Karl
Very minor, not terrifying
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
7
No
27
3
Smiliey
But in S1 Lumber mill episodes someone is under hypnosis and do terrible things unwillingly and kinda seems like they possesed
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Are there ghosts?
5 supporters
Yes
0
No
41
4
series_of_unfortunate_events
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 clowns?
8 supporters
Yes
57
No
1
7
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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NakNakNak
The majority of season one's "The Wide Window" takes place in a town called Lake Lachrymose, named for the lake it borders. Several scenes take place in boats on this lake.
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Are there razors?
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5 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Is there a shower scene?
7 supporters
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Yes
0
No
39
Are there mannequins?
4 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Gross
Does someone wet/soil themselves?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
15
Does someone vomit?
56 supporters
Yes
2
No
35
2
Lalapanda123
But larry the waiter says that something looks like a salmon is throwing up. I dont know if that disturbing to other emetophobias. As an emetophobia person it was just kinda weird i wasnt that disturbed. There is also a few gags on a few things but no vomit.
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Does someone spit?
1 supporters
Yes
30
No
5
4
Lynxwithaharpn
Carmelita mentions that she wants to learn how to spit.
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Is there audio gore?
29 supporters
Yes
12
No
1
1
ProfessorProcyon
Only audio gore I can remember is the sounds made when the contortionist moves in "The Carnivorous Carnival".
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
4 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
8
Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
14 supporters
Yes
0
No
15
1
Magnate
While the Book 7 arc does have a majority of citizens treating authority as infallible, the series routinely mocks the authority system in place due to their inability to arrest Count Olaf.
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LGBTQ+
Is there deadnaming or birthnaming?
25 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Are there transphobic slurs?
29 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
0
NakNakNak
The Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender is on the bad guys' side, but mostly just sits in the background and helps Olaf with evil schemes. They aren't any more wicked or predatory than the next henchperson.
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Is there bisexual cheating?
16 supporters
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Yes
0
No
4
Medical
Is electro-therapy used?
15 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
37
Yes
50
No
1
3
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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5
raisedbywolves23
There are two episodes set in the hospital, but not a mental institution
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Yes
69
No
0
10
Lynxwithaharpn
"The Hostile Hospital" parts 1 and 2 revolve around a hospital, and it's quite possibly one of the scariest parts of the entire series. Attempted surgery and a patient being put under are shown as well.
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Does someone have cancer?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
35
Mental Health
Does someone suffer from PTSD?
27 supporters
Add comment
Yes
1
No
6
Yes
3
No
31
1
Anonymous
Not as such but: The Beaudelaires eat peppermints to have an allergic reaction and escape Olaf.

S3E3: Olaf accidentally stabs himself in the hand
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Is a mentally ill person violent?
17 supporters
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Yes
0
No
12
0
Ingeborg
However Olaf haves different personas which he plays as
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
1
No
4
Is there misophonia?
23 supporters
Yes
11
No
3
3
EchoGarden1
Many scenes throughout the show have chewing noises, they’re pretty minor from what I can remember.
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Is there body dysphoria?
10 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Is there body dysmorphia?
17 supporters
Add comment
Yes
2
No
29
1
DoctorOctagonapus
There is a suicide note at one point from someone who is later revealed to have faked their own death.
2 comments | Add comment
Yes
14
No
16
5
twiceroyaldove
Babs in Hostile Hospital has frequent anxiety attacks with hyperventilating
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4
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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6
oreoicecrem
No one actually has an eating disorder.
When the children stay in the workhouse, the workers are only given chewing gum as food.
When the children go to the boarding school, the canteen food is disgusting and they don't eat on their first day.
I found these mildly triggering so I thought I'd put them here.
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Yes
0
No
23
3
oreoicecrem
I don't think anyone on this show is autistic
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12
series_of_unfortunate_events
[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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Noxious
Yes
3
No
0
0
NakNakNak
A good part of "The Grim Grotto" takes place in one of two submarines.

I have thalassophobia, and it was slightly triggered during a scene where the radar picks up something mysterious. The children hurriedly shut off everything on the sub to avoid making noise, and after a moment a large, dark eye peers through a porthole into the sub. The fact that that's all we see of the beast that lurks in the water freaked me out right good.
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Does a baby cry?
12 supporters
Yes
20
No
0
4
ProfessorProcyon
In "The Bad Beginning" (I don't entirely remember if it was part 1 or 2), Sunny is lifted into the air and is seen visibly distressed, and cries for a short amount of time. There are a few other instances of Sunny crying from what I remember, but it's not loud/extreme or focused on too much.
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Is there shakey cam?
1 supporters
Add comment
Yes
2
No
25
Is there obscene language/gestures?
1 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
6
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Paranoia
Yes
22
No
1
3
Anonymous
The narrator speaks directly to the audience throughout the series
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
7
Is there childbirth?
14 supporters
Yes
26
No
8
3
DisplayName
There is a scene where you think there will be childbirth, but that is not shown
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Are there abortions?
12 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
29
3
Anonymous
Sunny is a baby and is in every episode, and then a newborn is shown in S3E7
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
0
No
25
0
NakNakNak
In the very last episode of the series, Kit Snicket has a stressful labour but gives birth to a baby who is alive and healthy two years later.
1 comment | Add comment
Yes
25
No
3
3
series_of_unfortunate_events
A character dies right after giving birth, though her death is not due to pregnancy/delivery complications.
2 comments | Add comment
Prejudice
Yes
7
No
19
3
Smiliey
In S2E2 count Olaf makes a small comment on the weight of the schoolchildren
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8
series_of_unfortunate_events
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.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
1
No
24
4
oreoicecrem
The first people to die are the children's parents who are white, later many people of all different races die.
3 comments | Add comment
Yes
1
No
17
1
thesensitivenihilist
'Sissy'
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1
zophronia
while count olaf may appear to be an antisemetic stereotype, all the characters in the show are coded as jewish, not just the antagonist- so his extensive greed combined with his jewish-coding is not antisemetic
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Yes
4
No
13
6
ProfessorProcyon
"The Miserable Mill" has the main antagonist of the series crossdressing as part of a disguise, but it's not really treated as a joke.
3 comments | Add comment
Is there hate speech?
19 supporters
Yes
9
No
20
2
EchoGarden1
In Carnivourus Carnival, “freakish” characters are mocked.
2 comments | Add comment
Is a minority is misrepresented?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Yes
36
No
9
9
series_of_unfortunate_events
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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oreoicecrem
There is a freak show at the circus, the "Freaks" are people such as a contortionist, an ambidextrous man and a hunchback. They are constantly humiliated and dehumanized, I feel as though this is ableism.
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Are there n-words?
18 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
19
Is there aphobia?
13 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
4
Race
Is there blackface?
16 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
3
Relationships
Yes
9
No
0
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animaniacs
Count Olaf tries to marry Violet (who is fourteen) in The Bad Beginning. Thankfully, he doesn't succeed.
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Sex
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series_of_unfortunate_events
A couple small innuendos, but still entirely appropriate for older children.
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Is someone sexually objectified?
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Are there nude scenes?
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Is there bestiality?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Sexism
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
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NakNakNak
Never stated, but Mr. Poe is CONSTANTLY coughing--big, racking coughs that bother everyone around him. The books explain it as a nasty cold, but it's not really tpuched upon onscreen.
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Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
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Social
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ProfessorProcyon
The three main characters lose their homes very early in the series and have to repeatedly switch guardians to live with. At one point, they stop having actual guardians and essentially have to live on their own. In addition to this, The Bad Beginning parts 1 and 2 occasionally shows the main characters discussing living on the streets instead of staying with their abusive guardian.
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Are there fat suits?
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
A very bittersweet ending where, despite lots of tragedy, the protagonists carry on with their lives.
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Two cars in a driveway are about to collide, so one driver swerves off the path and crashes into a large topiary, which smashes the windshield (S1E4). This is shown from the perspective of inside the vehicle that swerves. Nobody is injured.
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
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Does a plane crash?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
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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Is someone hit by a car?
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Violence
Is there a nuclear explosion?
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Is there blood/gore?
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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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Does someone drown?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
[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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oreoicecrem
A harpoon gun is given to a little girl, she shoots a bird out of the sky, Count Olaf gets hold of it and threatens many people with it, one man is shot and killed.
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