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juliavdburg
Britta mentions in season 1 or 2 that her cat died. Also in the halloween episode of season 2 there is a cat in a basement filled with zombies, so I presume that it died.
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Crow75
They talk about killing dogs as a mental exercise towards end of season 3.
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RDR_Allways_Community
A monkey is seen in the vents (various episodes)
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Are there bugs?
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SuperInsaneDude
In S01E11, the dean mistakes an emergency code for one of dog-fighting rings
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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megamyrte
Britta accidentally steps on a frog in S01E20, it is not shown but a squelching sound is heard.
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halloween episode season 3 decorations and a picture on the wall in biology teachers office. halloween episode season 4 decoration in early shot right after opening credits. season 5 episode 9 theme is second half is sky spiders
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RenoRouge
In season 6, convicts are allowed to attend the school through remote controlled iPads on sticks. One follows and taunts Jeff before trying to push him down the staircase, however, he fails. Played for laughs.
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it is heavily alluded to that Britta was molested. Never explictly stated in the show. Dan Harmon confirms she was molested and her father did not believe her. Her relationship with her parents is very strained. In season 3 Chang has a bunch of preteen boys under his control as police officers in order to take over Greendale
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notgoingtoaddcomments
S3E19
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EvaBuckner
a character becomes addicted to prescribed painkillers and ultimately overdoses (and lives).
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juliavdburg
Starburns is a known meth user and pierce pops painkillers like tic-tacs in season 2
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EvaBuckner
jeff is described as a "functioning alcoholic."
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isaacd
A few episodes depict some characters in straitjackets
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tonystanza
Jeff and Pierce spend time at a barbershop where they are shown being shaved.
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No, but one character decides to replace all his teeth with diamonds in one episode 😂
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Chang purposely tases himself in the crotch in a flashback-sequence in “Curriculum Unavailable” (S3E19)
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In the Halloween episode “Epidemiology” (S2E6) people turn into “zombies” because of a virus and start biting each other’s flesh.
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hihihihsjhdsv
A character is said to have died in a meth lab explosion (presumably burned alive) but later turns out to have faked his death.
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Agaryulnaer
Technically yes; one of the characters' "darkest timeline" selves loses an arm. It is not shown being amputated but the lack of arm is shown afterwards several times.
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megamyrte
Not really eye mutilation, but in S01E20 Annie accidentally sprays herself in the eyes with tear gas.
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Coinpin
In the first episode in Season 2, Jeff is being choked by his Anthropology teacher and passes out from it.
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Crow75
There are a lot of faked - and one real - heartattacks.
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megamyrte
In S01E20, Jeff’s head is slammed against the table twice in an interrogation.
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megamyrte
In S02E07, Pierce gets catapulted into a bin and breaks both his legs. You see him land into the bin, and then hear him yell in pain.
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An already deceased cadaver falls out of a window
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isaacd
Technically no, but a character pretends to have been pushed down the stairs in season 6 in order sue the school.
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Does a kid die?
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isaacd
No, but a character confuses (and then uses) the word “tardy” as the R-word.
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isaacd
A character is seen lying on a park bench after overdosing on painkillers.
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RenoRouge
Chang mistakes two children for Shirley’s children, and inadvertently kidnaps them. Both children are fine.
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Jaskier
Shirley's husband had an affair that is spoken about plenty.
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“Evil” Abed pops a young girl’s balloon in the hallway. (“Introduction to Finality” S3E22)
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tonystanza
Jeff inadvertently causes Pierce's dad to have a heart attack in the "Advanced Gay" episode.
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Hummel
In S03 Halloween episode, Pierce pretends to be the ghost of his father and scares his friends.
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karyssag
No, but Abed admits to taking a shower in Jeff’s bathroom without his knowledge in the episode “Cooperative Polygraphy” (Season 5, Episode 4).
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rinio
There’s a scene in Season 2 Episode 6 where Abed approaches the window that could be classed as a small jumpscare.
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Chang farts a lot, especially in the last episode of season 6
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roseeckerle
So far... Season 2, Episode 22 Britta goes to deliver a baby, makes a face, and runs to a garbage can. This one is easy to see coming.
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Ihaveptsdsothatswhyimhere
They have audio of a frog being stomped on and of Peirce breaking his hones
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One story is told where a boy pees his pants (“Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism” S3E9,) and another story is told where a man poops his pants (“Critical Film Studies” S2E18.) The latter is revealed to be made up.
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Lisztomania
No but actually a lot of taser scene, an accident while working on a wall caused a shock too, there's plenty of them
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CoolioLife
In a flashback, Pierce is shown giving himself another flu shot claiming he'll be a "living god" while the group tries to stop him
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InsertPunHere
once where the characters are pictured briefly in straightjackets spewing nonsense, and another when a psychiatrist is trying to convince them that theyve been in a mental institution and were collectively hallucinating Greendale and all of their journeys in the college
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tonystanza
There is an entire episode in which Pierce is hospitalized.
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MaxU
It's not shown on screen, but in S4 E5, Jeff tells his estranged father about a time when he self harmed as a child. He does show the scar (and it is just one), but it doesn't look like a "typical" self harm scar.
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TerrenceJupiter
Jeff has an unhealthy relationship with his body and it is mentioned in multiple occasions throughout the series. They never seriously adress it though (in some episodes things relating to that problem are minor plot points and while the episode itself "resolves" it in a way but problem never goes away or is implied to be getting better and actually gets worse) and the character is reluctant to admit it most of the time
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vermin
The character Chang often threatens and commits acts of (minor) violence that are chalked up to him “just being crazy”. He is used to conflate mental illness and violence throughout the show
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alexKntur
Alot of kissing and other mouth related sounds
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tonystanza
People make unkind comments about Abed many times throughout the show.
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RenoRouge
No, but it’s implied that Jeff tried to commit suicide in 5x11 by pills.
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Mostly Abed
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In “introduction to statistics” (S1E7) Pierce is high on drugs and says “I’m going to crush myself to death with these tables and chairs.”
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lucyyouknow8
No, but in "Advanced dungeons and dragons" Neil is harassed over his weight and it could be triggering for some. Jeff winger is shown to have an unhealthy relationship with food and his weight. Annie and britta are referred to as "skinny bitches" and "anorexic jezebels", which could possibly be triggering. Shirely is told that she needs to "check the door before she goes through it", reffering to her weight.
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Crow75
They go into the airvents the lot. There are other claustrophobic situations as well.
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RDR_Allways_Community
02x06 Hallucination Sequence
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Paci
There's some shaky cam in the documentary episodes
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Does a baby cry?
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Mentioned briefly that a character is part of a “pro-life” organisation. (“Cooperative Polygraphy” S5E4)
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Crow75
At the end of season 2.
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A very minor male character named Kim is assumed to be a girl, but he is not transgender.
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Doesthesnakediethough
They mention the idea in Epidemiology but specifically it is a subversion on the trope
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RDR_Allways_Community
Pierce.
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coolskeleton73
A nonblack character refers to his friends as “n-bombs.” The actual word is not said.
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Agaryulnaer
Pierce repeatedly says antiemetic things to/about Annie.
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Rory_John14
There is a lot of discrimination against the autistic character by other characters, as well as references to him being severely bullied in the past. Most of the jokes about autism are written by an autistic writer, however may be mistakenly interpreted as ableist if the viewer is not aware of this. Some of the ableism is the show is addressed, some is not.
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vermin
The dean often wears feminine clothes and is made fun of for it. There are also a few other comments by characters that imply they only see supporting trans people as a way to earn brownie points rather than a legitimate issue. Troy and Pierce are manipulated into wearing “lady’s pantsuits” for laughs as well.
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juliavdburg
there is a n**i in season 2 who keeps a secret trampoline in season 2
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tonystanza
Particularly in the "Advanced Dungeons and Dragons" episode featuring a character known as "F*t Neil"
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RDR_Allways_Community
innuedos and adult-humor
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tonystanza
Troy fabricates being molested by a relative.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Pickleweasel
S6E12 a M/F couple learn that they are cousins and decide to stay together anyway. It's played up as humorous and the term incest is used. At the end of the episode there's a sort of PSA from that episode's writer about misconceptions re: offspring of incest between cousins.
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Doesthesnakediethough
The period fairy definitely is
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RenoRouge
The show has a bittersweet ending. While it’s a happy ending for Annie and Abed as they leave hopeful about their characters, it’s a pretty sad ending for Jeff. He’s left behind by his friends, still struggling with alcoholism, and in a job he hates.
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InsertPunHere
there is mentions of a bus crash that killed the entire glee club
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sunshine_system
not necessarily a plane, but a hot air balloon
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Crow75
Mainly paintball fighting, but it is shown in an authentic gun-fight way, so if someone is bothered by that it could be triggering.
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Doesthesnakediethough
Mostly from Epidemiology when students in the school are biting each other after a zombie outbreak. A couple wounds are shown and star burns bites someone graphically as well as the whole cast being taken out one by one. Chang at some point gets bitten by a cat and it swells disturbingly. Pierce gets shot in the leg in Remedial Chaos Theory and blood comically shoots out of it. In the episode where they tell scary stories a couple of the scenes have gore or body horror. In the first paintball episode Jeff gets a splatter of blood on his shirt but it just looks like paint. That’s all I could think of
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RDR_Allways_Community
Nope. No drowning in Community Seasons 1 through 6
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