Russian Doll

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makeupyey
Nothing bad happens to her cat Oatmeal! At all. I was hesitant even though all the answers here said no. But I assure you nothing bad happens to the cat or the fish. :)
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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uwumercy
no actual teeth damaged but there is a scene where she pulls a blade out of her mouth and it's very bloody
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polyravenclaw
When they drive the protagonist off in an ambulance, they look like they're going to do that. But it doesn't happen.
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uwumercy
there are closeups of flies that buzz around and there is a scene where a swarm of bees attack people in the subway (not shown in any detail and is mostly implied)
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necrocrunk
only in the very last scene in the last episode, and they are mostly non-visible background characters
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polyravenclaw
The protagonist starts seeing her younger self appear randomly from about the middle of the season. This is mostly paired with a jump scare.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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polyravenclaw
There are several jumpscares where the protagonist sees her younger self, a young girl in a dress, appear out of knowhere, and mostly dissapear again instantly.
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necrocrunk
tentative yes. her party has some sort of flashing lights, especially in the scene with the projector.
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sidprescott
Specifically, a car crashes into a person, and it is sudden.
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Amara RomoTapia
However! It IS implied that it happens, there's a scene where an air conditioning unit falls and crushes both of the main characters but it is not shown in any way. Not even blood.
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Amara RomoTapia
There's a scene where she sees herself as a child and her kid self has blood pour out of her mouth. If that is traumatizing to you it's the scene where she sees herself in the convenience store
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Amara RomoTapia
It isn't said how but her mother is dead.
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polyravenclaw
In several versions of the protagonist's death, she (trips and) falls to her death. Sometimes bones can be heard cracking, especially when she breaks her neck. This mostly occurs when she falls down the stairs.
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MiladyKora
Yes, the male protagonist's girlfriend cheats on him - and is being cheated on herself by that guy.
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thatlovingrainbow
it is off-screen and happened in the past, and is discussed but is not directly shown
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series_of_unfortunate_events
On multiple occasions
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Season 1, episode 7 (right after the protagonist starts having a nosebleed)
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The protagonist states that she has an eating disorder, which she attributes to her mother/unstable upbringing. She is depicted as a child declining soup while her mom chops watermelon and glares at her judgmentally.
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polyravenclaw
It is referenced that a minor character died from lung cancer when the protagonist talks to her friend's neighbour outside his house.
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MiladyKora
Also, especially the female protagonist selfharms in the way of substance abuse (chainsmoking, drinking, drugs). However, she does not do it with the purpose of self-harm, this is simply a side effect she does not care about.
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Masterton
A ketamine-laced joint, cocaine, huffing.
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necrocrunk
not physically/sexually on screen in any way, nor implied. her mother is just shown as being neurotic and getting her involved in it a lot (in simple terms)
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MiladyKora
Yes, the female protagonist's mother is at a later point shown to have been extremely controlling of her behaviour. Gaslighting is not explicitly shown, but implied.
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sidprescott
This happens very suddenly, without any cut-aways.
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polyravenclaw
However, there is a scene where an elevator is falling down, making several people panic in that small space.
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polyravenclaw
The protagonist is adviced to admit herself to a psychiatric hospital, does so and there is a scene in an ambulance going there. It never arrives, though.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The protagonist abuses alcohol and drugs regularly. She is shown smoking throughout the series.
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polyravenclaw
A lot, especially in the second half of the season, and some of it involves the protagonists' younger self (blood running out of the mouth of a young girl but we don't see if she dies).
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necrocrunk
brief mention of eating disorders and her thinking she's fat as a child.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The protagonist hints at an abusive/unstable upbringing. Later in the series, there are a few short flashbacks to her childhood. Her mother promotes disordered eating and smashes mirrors.
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Amara RomoTapia
There is however a scene where she bleeds from her eyes.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The protagonist is shot in season 1, episode 5. A small trickle of blood is shown.
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polyravenclaw
The protagonist uses various kinds of insults. Partly, those are discriminating or ableist.
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sidprescott
One scene in one of the earlier episodes features a go-pro style sped-up montage, focused on the lead character from the neck, up.
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MiladyKora
Yes, the female protagonist gets her hair cut at a few points in the series, as well as mentions of it. However, the cutting is never shown, the show cuts away to after it is done. The tools of the person cutting (scissors and a mirror) are shown, as well as the hair that was cut off.
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