Red Vs Blue

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tial
A cow skull can be seen in Season 4.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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cherry
a cow or cow like creature’s skull is seen briefly, i don’t remember anything else like that
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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ldotrage
Grif finds and uses alien mushrooms which he describes as being "like crack on crack". Shown on-screen once or twice, though played for laughs.
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Elyse Brown
The Alpha AI was tortured on screen during the project freelancer arc And in season 15 agents carolina and washington are trapped in their body armor and left to die.
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tial
Not really being burned alive, but several soldiers are completly disintegrated in Season 12.
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cherry
the heads of robots are sometimes damaged/removed, mostly played for laughs but in one serious scene a sharp object is shoved into the helmet of a sentient robot
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Wesley Thomas
Carolina goes into paroxysms from having two A.I. implants at once.
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cherry
yes, i’m not sure why others are saying no- a freelancer’s eye is badly injured in a training accident. (no blood, but his scars are shown later and he discusses the injury.) also- not quite eye trauma but maybe upsetting to those upset by it- a sharp object is shoved through the helmet of a sentient robot
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Wesley Thomas
Caboose is shot in the foot and loses his pinkie toe. However, characters never take off their powered suits so we don't see it.
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tial
Several characters state having a dead parent. An Alien father blows up in a spaceship. Another character who is a father is heavily implied to commit suicide.
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cherry
sometimes there are hostages, usually not played seriously. more serious at times though, such as late season eleven and in season twelve.
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turtlekiddo
Tucker Jr is confirmed to have survived.
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tial
It’s mentioned in a throwaway joke that Tex has cheated on Church before several times in the past.
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tial
The Reds stalk the Blues a few times.
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Wesley Thomas
Ghost-like A.I.'s feature prominently. Sarge and Church have a conversation in the spirit world, although Church is trying to scam him out of $5.00 instead of scare him.
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wesleythomasm
O'Malley takes over Caboose and indwells Doc for most of Seasons 2-5. It is later explained that he's an artificial intelligence (well, part of one, specifically the malevolent, egotistical part) rather than a demon, however.
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Wesley Thomas
Sarge spits inside a space helmet. It is heard but not seen.
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Chameleon
Sometimes characters talk about feeling like they are going to throw up, but it is never seen and rarely heard (only the voice)
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HappyDog
It never actually happens, but it is threatened in a way that is likely to be triggering. In season 13 an overenthusiastic doctor states their intent to use electroshock therapy to "fix" another character's "split personality" which had formed due to a recent trauma.
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tial
A main character gets serious brain damage in season 16 and is shown in hospital. They remain unaware of their condition for a while and their closest friend struggles to bring themselves to tell them.
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Wesley Thomas
People are shot with dart guns.
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cherry
no, but jokes are made at caboose’s expense sometimes, and he may be read as neurodivergent.
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tial
Pretty much every agent in Project Freelancer was gaslighted in some way, with some being more obvious than others. The Reds and Blues are gaslighted into thinking their war is real, when it’s just a simulation, and begin to question everything that ever happened to them when they find out the truth. Omega and Gamma gaslight pretty much everyone they come into contact with in the Blood Gulch Chronicles.
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tial
It’s implied that Tucker is somewhat sensitive about his black ethnicity being brought up by others for reasons that are never specified. This is only ever brought up twice in a throwaway joke and as Tucker, nor the other Reds and Blues, are never seen outside their armours, their ethnicities and body appearances are largely irrelevant and barely brought up.
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HappyDog
There are several jokes revolving around emotional or stress eating.
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cherry
arguably in season ten- a character has a breakdown and is in physical pain over the having two anguished ai in their mind
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Wesley Thomas
Sarge is buried alive. However, we do not see things from his POV and it is played for laughs.
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fakegamer
(spoilers) The Director turns off life support and asks Carolina to leave him a gun, it is implied that he kills himself
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cherry
no, though some characters show reckless/somewhat self destructive behavior such as pushing themselves way too hard physically
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tial
Sister references having several abortions in the past, but is never shown onscreen.
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HappyDog
Yes. Though offscreen, it is heard over a radio.
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tial
This is iffy. Tucker is impregnated (Yes, a male character somehow got pregnant) without consent by an Alien, although this was done asexually, being impregnated via a parasitic embryo. So although it’s not technically sexual assault, Tucker was still intentionally impregnated without consent by an Alien. Additionally, a villain in Season 14 is stated to be wanted for committing rape, but the details of said crime are never specified or shown.
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wesleythomasm
Tucker is a horndog. Kakiana Griff is a massive s**t but we don't get to see anything since characters never take off their powered armor on camera-although her heard-but-not-seen physical examination is sure to color a few cheeks.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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HappyDog
Yes. There is an extended running joke about two alien beings being in an incestuous relationship.
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wesleythomasm
Andy teases Tex by calling her "big guy"
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tial
Kaikaina Grif (aka Sister), a bisexual woman, is said in Season 7 to have been killed by Lopez, but is later revealed in Season 13 to have been a lie. Three freelancer agents, one of which is a lesbian, are abandoned by the organisation on an Ice planet, whether they died or not isn’t specified.
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Wesley Thomas
Caboose, a mentally disabled man, is the recepient of several jokes at his expense, and is outright called by the R word at a couple points. Sheila calls Tucker by the R word when he can't figure out how to drive a tank. Donut, a homosexual character, is mocked, however no slurs are directed at him.
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tial
Most of the character’s races are ambiguous as all we see are their armour, although the first character to die is insinuated to have been white.
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Chameleon
The character Grif is sometimes teased for being lazy, which they often equate with being fat.
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wesleythomasm
Caboose is derided for being slow/ mentally challenged due to minor brain damage from asphyxiation.
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sharkbite
Andy calls Tex a d-word.
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tial
Depends on the season: Can range from happy, comedic, bittersweet, unhappy or even downright depressing. The series has not officially concluded so no definitive answer can be given at the moment, but at the time of this comment (Nov 2020), the most recent season’s ending is bittersweet with the universe being saved but a major character is left with the prospect of having to deal with serious brain damage for the rest of his life.
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cherry
some slapstick comedy but not much even of that
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ldotrage
There's a running joke in later seasons where Wash often gets hit by cars, though he always survives.
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Elyse Brown
It was heavily implied in the series that Carolina was neglected by her father as a child after her mothers death.
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Chameleon
Multiple villains are killed by falling off of cliffs, including Meta in Season 8 and Felix in Season 13
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Elyse Brown
It was confirmed in the chorus trilogy arc that Agent Maine (AKA the meta) died by drowning.
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Wesley Thomas
Dying or dead characters are shown lying in puddles of blood. Tucker Jr is a parasitic alien larvae who feeds on blood. This is mentioned but not seen.
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Wesley Thomas
A fighter plane is shot down. A space shuttle is bombed.
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tial
Almost every time the Reds get in a car, it either crashes or gets blown up.
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wesleythomasm
Sarge is buried alive. However, we do not see things from his POV and it is played for laughs.
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