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piesandfalcs
One of the villains later in the series is a dog and he is defeated.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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galaxypie
I don't remember any specific animal deaths in the podcast, but a centipede dies in the book “It Devours!”
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asfsdfads
sorta? khosheck gets hurt in the episode before cookies.
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Are there bugs?
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piesandfalcs
Mentions of spiders in terms of their declining literacy rate. (This is not a joke, it's just a very weird podcast.)
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piesandfalcs
No, but a cat is badly injured at one point.
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Nepeta
Not in graphic detail, but many characters speak in horror about Kevins (presumed) empty eye sockets
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Nepeta
In the Kill Your Double Arc, teeth and the absence of them Are mentioned multiple times
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smudgerkat
Intern Kareem breaks his ankle in episode 93, Big Sister.
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Nepeta
There is a passing mention to Kevin being tortured by StrexCorp in the episode “Tryptich”
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Willowghosts
Some may have died in summer reading program and when Tamika and her kid militia take on Strex but it's left ambiguous
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KatBradbury
A character who is a parent of another character dies, but that second character is already an adult themselves. Also, the death was not too unexpected and not brutal or cruel.
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KatBradbury
In a few episodes, the narrator (and main character) himself has blackouts due to being possessed.
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Nepeta
The strex residents often carve smiles onto their faces. In the episode “All Smiles Eve” the central characters are described cutting their mouths into smiles
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Willowghosts
Especially early on there's a lot of government gaslighting double think stuff going on. Its generally over the top and obvious to the audience but it is there
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asfsdfads
lol it's not a movie or show. it's a podcast. you can't see anything. it's only audio.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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jaydenmiles
There are multiple references to "Lizard People", which is commonly thought of as a metaphor for Jewish people in a negative light.
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Nepeta
In the Kill Your Double Arc, Kevins office is described as being full of gore and soaked in blood, with pictures of/actual teeth framed on the wall. Kevin himself is also described as having a “too wide smile” (a carved smile on his face/cheeks) and having blood stained clothes.
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piesandfalcs
No, but a plane is taken from the sky and reappears in a school gymnasium.
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asfsdfads
no
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smudgerkat
In the first WTNV novel, Josh Crayton crashes a car while he is shapeshifted into a form with wings, preventing him seeing the road properly.
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