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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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amyvespinosa
A deer briefly appears in S1 E6 when it jumps in front of a car. The driver swerves to miss it and it runs away though, and he instead crashes his car.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The main character decides he needs to smash a dead man's teeth so there's no dental records from which the body could be identified.
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AnaLoCascio
Season 1 Episode 6, around the 16 minute mark, Joe uses a sewing needle to try and stitch up a head injury. The actual process is not shown, but he is pictured with the needle stuck in forehead a minute later. This scene is over around the 18.5 minute mark.
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Nazetel
One of the characters gets locked in a store basement and panics.
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Are there bugs?
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Gustyo
In season two there are jokes about women using camera angles to obscure their size while using dating apps.
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Peachii
In Season 2, the main character hallucinates his dead ex-girlfriend.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Somebody crashes while driving under the influence and sustains a pretty bad gash on his forehead
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Does a kid die?
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catmeres
A pregnant woman almost dies
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series_of_unfortunate_events
A bisexual individual is shot.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Ron acts abusively, particularly when he is drunk.
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Peachii
In season two, the main character gets his finger cut off and it's shown in detail. You unfortunately can't tell it's about to happen until it happens.
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sophie
Kind of. A character is murdered, but it is portrayed as a suicide. This character had also attempted on camera before
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Joe watches a video where someone is drowned during a frat hazing.
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MandyCandy
He is pushed
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series_of_unfortunate_events
One character exhibits restrictive behaviors and extensively documents everything she eats.
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BetterBeGryffinhore
A character in season 2 is a cancer survivor, though.
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sophie
They attempt to overdose on pills
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BetterBeGryffinhore
A character goes into anaphylactic shock and struggles to breathe.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
One character is revealed to be a drug dealer. Another struggles with substance abuse, overdoses, and is forced to detox.
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hkellybelly
Season 1, Episode 1, minute 34 Season 1, Episode 3, minute 5 Season 1, Episode 3, minute 18 (just gagging) Season 1, Episode 5, minute 36 Season 1, Episode 5, minute 43 Season 1, Episode 8, minute 23 Season 1, Episode 10, minute 33
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Main character experienced physical and emotional abuse growing up, some of which is depicted through flashbacks
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Ljlj
A character is buried alive after being presumed dead but it only shows her waking up and leaving.
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simpleplanner
many people
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Bloop
A professor is shown to pressure grad students to have sex with him, it isn't clear if he ever does have sex with any of the women he pressures. There are also other themes of nonconsent, there's a character watching someone else have sex/masturbate, and relationships built on deception
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TFMD
Yes. The focus of the series (and book) is Joe's obsession with Beck, a woman whom he casually meets, then stalks and eventually dates. [SPOILERS] Joe later kills Beck after she begins to discover his secrets. Although Joe is characterised as creepy and villainous, some viewers sympathise with him and describe him as a compelling, complex character. Some reviewers find that the show/book romanticises stalking, while others praise it as a cautionary tale that warns about the dangers of obsession. Regardless, if stalking could be a trigger for you, please take care.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Joe holds people captive, manipulates them, and enacts physical violence.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Joe holds people captive in a transparent chamber meant to keep rare books in a controlled climate.
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Rouge
There is discussion of previous drug addiction; there is depiction of withdrawal; there is frequent comparison to obsession with a person and drug addiction.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Lots of violence, including blunt force weapons, fistfights, and stabbing.
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Bloop
Multiple characters are shown to be uncomfortable with their body, one reacts negatively to a comment about how she's gained some weight and that it "looks good on her," and one of the characters makes fun of another character's weight
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TFMD
A secondary character abuses his girlfriend and son. And [SPOILERS] Joe eventually murders his girlfriend Beck.
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Peachii
Season 2, Episode 2, at around 13:30
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series_of_unfortunate_events
One character is shot in the leg. Another is killed offscreen.
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