Sanders Sides

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AmberWave
In the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts" a dog being made into sausage is mentioned.
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Does an animal die?
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AmberWave
There is never the on-screen death of an animal. However, in the episode, "Can Lying be Good", a hamster is mentioned to have died and a metaphor of a baby bird dying is mentioned in, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts".
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trollybeth
No, but the antagonist in "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts" mentions Jeffrey Dahmer's thoughts of torturing animals in order to frighten the main character.
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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Elyse Brown
There is a Dragon Witch" that is mentioned to have died off screen.
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AmberWave
In the endcard of the episode, "Embarising Phases: The Nightmare Instead of Christmas", a character can be seen very briefly petting an obviously fake toy tarantula.
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AmberWave
A certain character has snake scales on half his face, one snake eye, is compared to a snake, and has a logo with 2 snakes on it. However, no real snakes are shown.
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AmberWave
No, but there is a brief mention of this in the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts".
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planetpoet
no, although in "dealing with intrusive thoughts," a character is shown holding a severed hand with blood dripping from their mouth. however, this is only a brief vision and the character does not actually eat the hand.
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AmberWave
There is one instance of this is the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts", but the character that is injured seems unfazed and soon magically heals themself.
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AmberWave
In the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts", a fake dismembered, bloddy hand is shown breifly. A character also describes fingernail mutilation, though played for laughs and very brief.
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crowan
no broken bones, but there is at least one fake bone-cracking sound effect in "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts".
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Does a kid die?
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AmberWave
In the endcard of the episode, "Dealing with Intrusove Thoughts", one character is seen in a shwoer. However, he is fully clothed and the water is not running.
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trollybeth
There are a few scenes at the end of "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts" where the main character is stalked by the episode's antagonist, but this is played solely for comedy and no harm comes of it.
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trollybeth
There's a brief moment in "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts" where the antagonist lets out a sudden demonic scream for 5-10 seconds.
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trollybeth
Ghosts are mentioned in conversation but are not present.
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AmberWave
[SPOILERS] No, but one character occasionly disgusses himself as others, but mainly only in one episode.
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AmberWave
There is only one instance of this, where someone vomits up another person (though not as graphic as I may have just worded it), in the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts".
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AmberWave
In the episodes, "Selfishness vs. Selflessness" and, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts", other characters try to convince another character that he is a bad person, but ultimately don't succeed. This is much more prominent in the first episode mentioned then the second one.
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AmberWave
There is a character who is the literally personification of anxiety. For a long time, he is only known as Anxiety. In the episode, "Accepting Anxiety, Part 2/2", multiple characters seem to be having anxiety attacks, though they are shown a breathing method to help calm down. Late in the episode, "Moving on, Part 1/2" and early in the episode, "Moving on, Part 2/2", a character seems to be having an anxiety. He is shown rocking back and forth and jittering.
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trollybeth
There is a brief mention of someone being trapped in a coffin in "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts."
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amberstormcat
No, but I have heard some people say (Beware, spoilers) that in the episodes 'Accepting Anxiety' and 'Can Anxiety be Good', a certain character leaving can be seen as a metaphor for suicide.
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Elyse Brown
There are strobe effects in the episode Learning New Things About Ourselves" but he provides a warning beforehand and a link in the description to the same part of the video minus the strobing effects.
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AmberWave
In the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts", a certain character says many innuendos, though nothing too graphic is said and nothing is shown. Innuendos aren't really used in any other episodes.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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RDR_Allways_Community
No. Only in fanon *shudders*
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anxxiousmess
In the episode Making Some Changes, the Sides take turns shapeshifting into Thomas' friends. One character misgenders another (though not maliciously) and is corrected that since they are all a part of Thomas, they will continue using he/him pronouns all around.
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AudreyBabb
Thomas is gay, but he isn’t dead. So that’s a plus
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ColleenPoggers
Not hate speech, but the first Sanders Asides, one minor character is said to have previously have been homophobic before learning that he was wrong. This is a plot point throughout the episode.
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moonpie
If I remember correctly, all episodes eventually come to a happy ending where the issue is resolved.
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Nanie
No but at "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts" the thought of jumping out of a moving car is mentioned
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crowan
There is also a brief depiction and mention of a person choking in "Dealing With Intrusive Thoughts".
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AmberWave
No, but mentions of a bird falling to it's death is used as a metaphor in the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts"
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AmberWave
Only one episode depicts violence. This episode is, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts", where multiple characters are injured with blood only shown in 2 scenes. All the characters injured either recover quickly or seem to just be taking a nap while injured.
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AmberWave
A metaphorical plane crash is mentioned in the episode, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts".
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AmberWave
No, but a brief comedic image of someone alive stuffed in a coffin in the episodev, "Dealing with Intrusive Thoughts".
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