One Piece

Anime • 1999 • Action  

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Years ago, the fearsome pirate king Gol D. Roger was executed, leaving a huge pile of treasure and the famous "One Piece" behind. Whoever claims the "One Piece" will be named the new pirate king. Monkey D. Luffy, a boy who consumed one of the "Devil's Fruits", has it in his head that he'll follow in the footsteps of his idol, the pirate Shanks, and find the One Piece. It helps, of course, that his body has the properties of rubber and he's surrounded by a bevy of skilled fighters and thieves to help him along the way. Monkey D. Luffy brings a bunch of his crew followed by, Roronoa Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Tony-Tony Chopper, Nico Robin, Franky, and Brook. They will do anything to get the One Piece and become King of the Pirates!
This anime contains 125 potentially triggering events.
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
251 supporters
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KarlEriksson
In the anime, no, manga, yes.
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Abandonment
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ThatOlBruv
A minor antagonist in the Dressrosa arc has a backstory where she has been abandoned by her mother, calling her useless and leaves her
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calzones
Chouchou (dog) and Laboon (whale) can be seen as examples of this. Chouchou’s caretaker dies. Laboon was given promises to be returned to by a pirate crew but all but one of them died. Laboon makes a new promise with the main character to meet again, and we find out that the sole survivor of the crew wishes to meet him again.
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Abuse
Are there abusive parents?
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calzones
A main character forgives someone who was in the same cohort as her active abusers and was presented as being on their side. It’s presented as a learning experience regarding bad experiences not equating to all of the same “species.” (Allegory to racism in real life.) She does not forgive them for their abuse, and the character forgiven did not participate in it (as far as we are shown).
Another main character does not forgive his birth family and abusers, and cuts all ties.
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Is someone stalked?
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JackieH
An underage character is stalked by a creepy dude during Fishman island arc
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JackieH
A parent slaps her child.
There are several unhealthy relationships shown
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Is a woman brutalized for spectacle?
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Alecia
One of the main antagonists of the series is a villain due to suffering tremendous abuse as a child and then deciding to punish everyone else for his pain. He is also being targeted by an antihero who was abused as a child, partly by him, who wants to take him out to pay him back for what he did.

There is a lot in the Whole Cake Island and Wano Kingdom that could possibly be considered this, as they both involve abusive families with children that turn on others as adults.
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Is someone gaslighted?
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Is someone abused with a belt?
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Is a child abused?
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JackieH
There is a montage showing some characters as children either being left to fend for themselves or thrown into dangerous situations intentionally by a close relative. A main character is forced to work for a group of pirates and is shown being beaten. Many children are forcibly drugged. A child is beaten by their parents. A child is beaten by bandits.
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Addiction
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JackieH
A villain drugs children and there is talk of drugs throughout the punk hazard arc
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Is there addiction?
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Queenofkino
In the punk hazard arc there are several children who have become addicted to a candy that was created by the villain
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JackieH
Many characters are shown to drink alcohol in massive amounts but are also usually shown to be unaffected by this
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Animal
Were animals harmed in the making?
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Does a horse die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Are animals abused?
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bananacoolboy
Many examples, among others a Kraken's tentacles get cut off.
Also, many characters have the power to turn into animals and do get beat up while in that form. Chopper (humanoid reindeer from the main crew) for example.
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Kaizokuokubey
Not in the traditional sense.
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Is there a dead animal?
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Is an animal sad?
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Cantthinkofanappropriateusername
There is a dog who lost it's owner and is guarding the store it's owner owned. The store is burned down by pirates
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Are rabbits harmed?
49 supporters
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bananaboy
Not normal rabbits, but later arcs have a humanoid rabbit character (Carrot) who gets beat up in battle like anyone else. She fights another humanoid rabbit at one point.
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Does a cat die?
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Does a pet die?
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Does a dragon die?
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JackieH
A dragon is killed during the punk hazard arc
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Are there spiders?
33 supporters
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thatoneuser
In a short comedic scene in the Jaya arc (just about a minute long), there are spiders falling from the trees that crawl towards three main characters.
In Wano, there’s also a supporting antagonist that can transform into a gigantic half-spider. It’s not really scary though as the spider has a cartoony appearance.
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calzones
In the Alabasta arc, accompanying the character Crocodile (who is human) we see “bananawani,” which are essentially crocodiles.
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Are there snakes?
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JackieH
Several giant snakes and sea monsters that look like snakes. There is an arc where almost everyone on an island has and carries their pet snake. Several people can turn in to snakes. A recurring character is often scene with her human sized snake
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Are there sharks?
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A few sharks here and there (+ a robotic one), they’re not as prominent as you’d think with one piece being a pirate show
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Are there bugs?
21 supporters
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Iesha
In thriller bark usopp tricks perona with remote controlled toy cockroaches, may be distressing to some tho
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Assault
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Cantthinkofanappropriateusername
There is a lot of mental and physical abuse towards one of the main characters who is a woman during the enies lobby arc.
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Is someone drugged?
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Is there pedophilia?
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CupONoodlez
There are several instances of adult characters making advances or expressing attraction towards teenage/minor characters. In most cases it is unreciprocated and/or simply played off for a short gag, though there are some exceptions.
In the Fishman-Island arc, a main antagonist (adult) is stalking and attempting to force marrige upon a 16 y/o girl. In the WholeCake-Island arc, a main character (21) is put in an arranged marriage with a 16 y/o. Their thoughts on the matter are kind of mixed, and at one point in the end she kisses him before removing his memory of it. Not great but ultimately nothing comes of it.
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Alecia
Potentially drowning is something that happens from time to time. In the Arlong Park arc, the main character is trapped underwater, and they have to try to save him for several episodes. During the Punk Hazard arc, a child has flashbacks of watching one of the main antagonists hold a man's head underwater repateadly while yelling at him.
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Is rape mentioned?
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It’s alluded a few times during the course of the series, commonly involving a certain group of nobles, in the egghead island arc there’s the implication that one of the caharacters was born as a product of rape
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IHaveADog
In WCI arc, a main character is shown to be bullied and beat up by his brothers.
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Alecia
People are handcuffed or tied up quite often, including chldren. One of he main characters spends nearly an entire arc (Enies Lobby) handcuffed, and another prominant character spends several episodes being dragged around while handcuffed, while they try to find the key.
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CupONoodlez
one of the main characters is assaulted and touched non-consensually by an invisible person while in a bath
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AxolotlFairy
During a flashback in Whole Cake Island, it's revealed a character had an iron mask that covered his mouth put on his head for six months when he was a child.
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mrluigiman
The part where Sanji, a character known for being a pervert that chases after women, is trapped on Kamabakka Queendom can come across as this. He is chased by people who are portrayed as crossdressers/transgender women who believe he is "one of them" and they try to force him to "open his heart" and wear dresses.
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dfclout
well not necessarily sexually raped but there is a scene in thriller bark where a man with an invisible power pins down one of the main characters while she’s showering and sexually assaults her.
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Bodily Harm
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andymoo
After losing his fight with Dracule Mihawk, Zoro lets Mihawk cut him across his chest.
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Ckws
The main character punches directly into a spiked shield in an episode somewhere during the baratie restaurant episodes
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Are there dislocations?
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Is there throat mutilation?
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Cantthinkofanappropriateusername
Several characters almost drown many times
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mrluigiman
There is one part where a character appears to have their head cut off, but it turns out to be a puppet that is identical to them
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Is there cannibalism?
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breademoji
The villian during the Whole Cake Island arc is implied to have cannibalized an entire group of people at a young age in a food high.
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Is someone crushed to death?
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Is someone choked?
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ThatOlBruv
In the Impel Down arc there is a huge boiling pot used to burn prisoners alive
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Alecia
I don't recall anyone dying, but the main characer narrowly avoids being buried alive, during the Alabasta story arc, when he is thrown into a desert sinkhole and left to die.
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Is there body horror?
35 supporters
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AxolotlFairy
A lot of Devil Fruit powers, especially the artificial SMILE fruits introduced later on, can give the user the ability to transform their body in ways that could be upsetting. While these transformations don't hurt the user, it could still be upsetting to watch, especially for the SMILE fruits that cause people to transform into Frankenstein-like animal hybrids (i.e. a man's hand becomes a wolf head)
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Is there amputation?
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AEmmett
Multiple characters lose their limbs. Within the first few episodes, a recurring character loses an arm. Another character loses a leg not too many episodes after this. One episode has a character who is trapped and unsuccessfully attempts to cut his own foot off to escape. In the dressrosa arc, one character loses an arm, and another character is shown to lose their leg in a flashback.
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Kaizokuokubey
Usually for comedic effect
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Is there Achilles Tendon injury?
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Is there a hanging?
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irritableowlsyndrome
a few near misses for some characters
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Does someone asphyxiate?
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JackieH
Yes but with the main characters they grow back quickly. Often fight scenes will depict a character being struck in the face and their teeth breaking.
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Cantthinkofanappropriateusername
Several times, the series is full of battles that end in a character passing out
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andymoo
Nico Robin gets her revenge on Spandam for the abuse she suffered because of him by breaking his spine, though he's shown to have survived it somehow after the timeskip.
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Does someone have a seizure?
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MeganFasnacht
A character gets their testicles squeezed at the end of the Post-Enies Lobby arc. The tone is comedic and no testes are shown on screen.
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swamp
Drum Island includes a rather visceral depiction of a damage to a character's fingers while climbing, but it is not inflicted by anyone else
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Is someone tortured?
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JackieH
A child is tortured by pirates. Impel Down arc takes place in a prison that specializes in torture (literally everyone gets tortured).
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disasterjasper
Zoro's little friend falls down stairs and dies in a flashback
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Does someone fall to their death?
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JackieH
Not shown but several character have lost eyes and have scars showing that. No empty eye sockets shown
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Is someone stabbed?
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Is there excessive gore?
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Children
Is an infant abducted?
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Does a kid die?
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Alecia
While it is not shown happening a character puts his young sister into a hiding place to keep her safe during an attack and comes back to get her, only to find the building burned, knowing she died inside. The same flashback shows many children who had been killed lying on the ground around him.
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ThatOlBruv
In Fishman Island, a mermaid princess Shirahoshi, a 16 year old, is often shown with large chest shots while she’s in a revealing outfit. Another is a Dressrosa character Rebecca, a 16 year old who only wears a scale armor bikini and loincloth throughout most the arc along with a few fanservice shots of her large chest. There is only one instance of a chest shot in the Whole Cake Island arc of a photograph of 16 year old Charlotte Pudding
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Creepy Crawly
Are there bedbugs?
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Death
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It happens several times, a character will sacrifice to save others
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Does a major character die?
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AxolotlFairy
Pedro, a jaguar person, sacrifices himself to help his crew. It's revealed in a flashback his partner, a polar bear, was also killed via having his lifespan drained from him.
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Does someone die?
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AxolotlFairy
While One Piece often avoids on screen/major character death, the series isn't completely free of it. Most deaths we see are in flashback however, with only a few arcs (i.e. Marineford, Whole Cake) having a character die on screen. The former could be particularly upsetting as it involved an on-screen grievous wound.
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Disability
Is the r-slur used?
27 supporters
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uryufriend
I don’t think in any official translations, but the fan translations are a bit edgy in the early chapters. Just something to be aware of.
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Drugs/Alcohol
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In the pink hazard arc a child takes all the drugs a villain was giving to the children in order to protect them and not allowing the younger kids to eat them while they were suffering the craving urges
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Family
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Kaizokuokubey
The shows about pirates, so it happens quite often.
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Does a parent die?
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JackieH
It is safe to assume that most characters have dead or non-existent parents. Parents and parental figures die on screen often.
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Does someone cheat?
13 supporters
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1
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JackieH
According to the creator there is no romance in One Piece. The main depicted relationships are familial.
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Alecia
During the flashback of Dressrosa's past during the arc, there is a doll shown lying on the ground, in the middle of the kingdom being conquered.
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IHaveADog
Most of the main characters parents have died and other parents and siblings are deceased
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Fear
Are there jump scares?
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Is someone possessed?
10 supporters
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JackieH
Not in the traditional sense with ghosts and the like but there are times when one character's ability lets them take control of another person and it is usually done against their will (ex. Doflamingo)
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Are there ghosts?
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JackieH
A recurring character can create and control ghosts. A main character can seperate his soul from his body and it is depicted as a ghost.
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Are there clowns?
9 supporters
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0
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Queenofkino
One of the first villains is a clown
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mrluigiman
Most of the series takes place sailing across the ocean
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Is trypophobic content shown?
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Are there razors?
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JackieH
There are a few non-sexual scenes involving a community bath house and some in the bathhouse on the ship.
There is one really bad one during thriller bark where a female character is assaulted in the shower by an invisible person and is licked but not much more graphic than that
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calzones
Not mannequins, but there are animated dolls that are later known to be humans during Dressrosa. At the end of the arc, they return to human form.
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Gross
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FuwaMotto
A character called magellan in the Impel Down arc has severe diarrhoea, most is implied but one scene in 438 has graphic audio
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Does someone vomit?
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Kaizokuokubey
Usually played for comedy reasons, offscreen.
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Is someone eaten?
24 supporters
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4
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mrluigiman
There are sometimes scenes where characters are swallowed by giant monsters, but they survive in most, if not all, instances
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Is there on-screen pooping?
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Does someone spit?
10 supporters
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andymoo
Franky can inflate his butt and let out a massive fart to fly.
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Is there audio gore?
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12
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0
Is there farting?
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1
A main character has a special move which consists of filling himself of air and farting to escape different situations or sending away villains, it used in 2 arcs: Ennies Lobby and Punk Hazard

also a few fart jokes here and there
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Large-scale Violence
Are there 9/11 depictions?
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Law Enforcement
Is there copaganda?
22 supporters
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1
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uryufriend
This story is strongly anarchist. It shows some “good” marines, but shows that they are controlled by a corrupt organization and are bending marine protocol to help the main characters.
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Is there incarceration?
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5
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LGBTQ+
Is there deadnaming or birthnaming?
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5
Yes
3
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2
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mrluigiman
The Funimation dub refers to members of the Kamabakka Queendom and New Kama, many of whom are transgender, as "queers," though in some cases this is how characters describe themselves.
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jdpamv
There’s an island of vilifying caricatures of trans women and drag queens who prey on men.
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Is an LGBT+ person outed?
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4
Is there bisexual cheating?
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Loss
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IHaveADog
Ennies lobby and fishman island show artifacts destroyed for the greater good.
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Medical
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JackieH
No but several characters get electrocuted usually by lightning and a villain that can control lightning
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Are needles/syringes used?
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0
Is there a mental institution scene?
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20
Yes
24
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SamPhoenix
In addition to the ones mentioned before, a character has a severe illness and is maltreated in a hospital (they refuse to treat him).
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Is there menstruation?
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3
Yes
17
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JackieH
A character has cancer but dies of something else. Another character dies of a disease similar to cancer.
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Mental Health
Yes
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kiharusa
Absolutely. I'll mention those that I remember (SPOILERS):
- Robin with the Buster Call in Ennies Lobby arc, with the trauma itself used to manipulate her to be taken by the goverment to be tortured so her friends could get out of Water 7 alive. (She heals from it)
- Sanji with his fucking abusive family, in Whole Cake Island arc, very very present that PTSD. (He heals from it)
- Chopper before joining the crew, has issues due to all the trauma he suffered in his life, in Drum Island arc. (He heals from it)
- Boa Hancock and her sisters, from being slaves in their childhood, in Amazon Lily arc. (They can't heal from it and feel ""ashamed"" by the slave mark they have in their backs, because it meant that they were less than humans)
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IHaveADog
PTSD, DID, Depression, Suicidal thoughs
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Yes
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JackieH
A main character stabs herself in the arm.
A main character attempts to cut off his own feet.
A main character stabs himself in the face
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Is autism misrepresented?
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4
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Alecia
This happens more than once, but that is very well examined with Doflamingo as well as Big Mom and Kaido (who is known for trying to end his own life).
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A secondary character in the Dressrosa arc has an “evil” alter who take s control while he sleeps and kills people
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Cantthinkofanappropriateusername
A main character insists she wants to die due to mental abuse she suffered and tries to sacrifice herself, but her friends help her realise it's ok for her to want to live and she ends up fighting to survive.
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Is reality unstable or unhinged?
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3
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1
Does someone have a meltdown?
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3
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0
Is there misophonia?
31 supporters
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7
Is there ABA therapy?
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4
Yes
2
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Anonymous
The character Ivankov has the ability to manipulate people's hormones, allowing him to change their gender. He will use this to characters, which often results in them being very happy over their transformation.
There is also a scene where the character Bonclay sees Ivankov and other queer characters, to which he responds with happiness.
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Ladyrofrage
A recurring villain from the Dressrosa arc speaks in an unnaturally high-pitched voice that causes laughter and mockery from everyone present, including the main leads; he’s shown as very distressed by it, including the anime.
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CupONoodlez
In a flashback, a father figure of one of the main characters threatens to quote "slit [his] own throat" if said character ever hurts a woman
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Yes
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0
2
JackieH
A main character has anxiety and depression and often battles internally with his desire to be brave.
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Yes
17
No
4
0
Beaver
There has been at least 3 scenes of characters who are trapped in small cages, under threat of drowning or being gassed
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Kaizokuokubey
Several characters, especially the main protagonist enjoy overeating.

One character has a quote "Eating Disorder" where if she doesn't get specific meals to match her cravings at the time, she'll go on a rampage.
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Is there autism specific abuse?
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No
20
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JackieH
Yes and no. Self sacrifice is common with characters trading their own lives to save others.
Twice a character does blow themselves up to save others.
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Noxious
Yes
3
No
3
0
Olgierd
There's always a visual hint before an audio
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Yes
4
No
0
0
AxolotlFairy
Fishman Island takes place on an underwater city, however it's surrounded by air and functions like dry land though there are scenes properly underwater. There are also scenes of Devil Fruit users almost drowning, though none of these have resulted in a death AFAIK
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Does a baby cry?
16 supporters
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Yes
16
No
0
Is there shakey cam?
28 supporters
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Yes
0
No
14
Is there screaming?
9 supporters
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Yes
7
No
0
0
IHaveADog
Several uses of “shit” and most people from the LGBTQ community are referred to as queers but usually by themselves
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Are there flashing lights or images?
34 supporters
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Yes
16
No
6
Paranoia
Is someone watched without knowing?
6 supporters
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Yes
7
No
0
Yes
1
No
12
0
Olgierd
There is an episode where main character does funny faces towards the viewers pov while sneaking behind the guard.
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Pregnancy
Is a baby stillborn?
18 supporters
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Yes
0
No
10
Is there childbirth?
17 supporters
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Yes
17
No
2
Are there abortions?
15 supporters
Yes
0
No
18
0
ThatOlBruv
The closest would be that multiple pregnant women who seem to be suspicious would be killed (won’t say why due to major spoilers in the Marineford arc). There are no actual abortions however
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1
Babies are shown occasionally throughout the series.
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Yes
21
No
2
1
JackieH
During the marinford arc it is shown that the marines forced women to miscarry, or outright killed them(for spoilery reasons I won't say why)
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Yes
8
No
9
1
JackieH
No but a woman dies immediately after a very dramatic childbirth
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Prejudice
Are there fat jokes?
41 supporters
Yes
29
No
1
3
Kaizokuokubey
Several uses of Fatso/Fatass
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7
DoomedPrince
Almost every trans character is misgendered at some point in the series. The author seems to have somewhat improved his depiction of trans characters in the Wano arc, with a surprisingly well done (as of now) trans female and trans male character. Still, there are many gross stereotypes in other trans or gay characters
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Yes
0
No
18
1
JackieH
No but a main character is whitewashed and has some racist caricature
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Yes
21
No
2
5
irritableowlsyndrome
In the Japanese dub it uses a homophobic and transphobic slur to describe an island populated by mostly transgender women and drag queens.
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Yes
0
No
15
Yes
20
No
0
6
Iesha
yes near the impel down (is that how to spell?) arc and in the post-marineford arc i'd say its kinda transphobic
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Is there hate speech?
23 supporters
Yes
29
No
0
5
KotiasCamorra
To add to the previous comment: it is not hate speech that the narrator has against this species, but hate speech being depicted to show the huge systemic problem that surrounds the lives of the people of that species.
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Yes
12
No
2
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jdpamv
Yes, the O**** are misrepresentation of trans women (not trans men). Most to all of the trans characters are played by cis actors, depending on what dub you’re watching (this includes the portrayal of a trans man by a cis woman in the Japanese dub).
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Yes
1
No
22
4
Kaizokuokubey
No character that is canonically LGBT has officially died on screen.
Bentham, a trans character appeared to be killed, but in the manga its shown they're doing well.
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1
irritableowlsyndrome
Luffy's a quirky guy and gets bullied a lot for being "dumb" or "crazy".
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Are there n-words?
26 supporters
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Yes
0
No
20
Is there aphobia?
16 supporters
Yes
0
No
4
0
calzones
The main character is implied to be incapable of sexual or romantic attraction, as a foe is able to control anyone with that capability. In that way, he is shown to be specifically immune to her powers (though likely some other characters would also apply). Oda has commented that One Piece is not a story about romance.
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Race
Is there blackface?
24 supporters
Yes
0
No
5
0
SiobhanRay
Technically no since it's drawn/animated, but a lot of the black characters' designs (namely Usopp) resemble minstrel caricatures
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Relationships
Yes
9
No
0
2
ThatOlBruv
In Whole Cake Island one of the main characters, 21 years old man, has gotten arranged to get married to a 16 year old girl
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Religious
Yes
7
No
0
0
AxolotlFairy
The warlord Bartholomew Kuma holds a book labeled as a Bible, though its contents are currently unknown. Crosses and crucifixes appear multiple times, though it's mainly in a gothic/vampire context as well as grave markers. The arc Skypiea is about a "god", but while the characters resemble angels God is more akin to a political title than an actual deity. There's also a character referred to as a Sun God later on, though once again he's not an actual deity.
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Yes
3
No
0
0
While it’s not described as a demon.. a main villain in the egghead arc looks very demonic and transforms using a pentagram, plus the magical fruits where the characters get their powers from are referred as “devil fruits” and there are many characters who are referred to as devils/demons
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Sex
Yes
19
No
7
5
irritableowlsyndrome
lots of suggestive humour and sexualised characters with ridiculous body types that would be impossible to live with as real people.
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Is someone sexually objectified?
31 supporters
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Yes
13
No
0
Are there nude scenes?
28 supporters
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Yes
8
No
2
Is there bestiality?
62 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Is there BDSM?
15 supporters
Yes
1
No
2
1
not really used in that context but there is a minor character who is there to make an alussion to a dominatrix woman who has a whip
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Does someone lose their virginity?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
3
Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
65 supporters
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Yes
0
No
22
Sexism
6
KotiasCamorra
The author actually makes a great point of showing that crying (ugly crying, even) is a natural and a good thing, because it shows that you are alive. One of the main male characters, depicted to be "hyper masculine", is extremely emotional and has absolutely no issue with showing it. He is not ridiculed for doing so, it is seen as a character quirk that makes him deserve his place in the crew.
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Sickness
Does someone have a stroke?
9 supporters
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Yes
0
No
6
Does someone have a chronic illness?
9 supporters
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Yes
6
No
0
Is there dementia/Alzheimer's?
19 supporters
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Yes
0
No
5
Is someone terminally ill?
12 supporters
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Yes
6
No
0
Social
Yes
10
No
0
3
KotiasCamorra
One of the main characters was a runaway for 20 years. As a result, she has been depicted to be homeless several times. There are several depictions of homeless people in the background, to show the issues of a particular country that need to be resolved.
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Are there anti-abortion themes?
29 supporters
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Yes
0
No
5
Are there fat suits?
20 supporters
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Yes
0
No
5
Yes
3
No
1
0
calzones
One of the side characters questions whether or not he should have been born. Other things such as the reason for living (including a main character who “dies” but “comes back to life”) are included in themes throughout the series.
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Spoiler
Is Santa (et al) spoiled?
2 supporters
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Yes
0
No
22
Yes
1
No
2
0
sae
Only in the sense that there are sometimes previews for the next episode
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Yes
4
No
9
2
There is no ending yet, people. Can’t have a sad ending if there’s NO ENDING
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Vehicular
Does a car crash?
13 supporters
Yes
4
No
15
2
JackieH
In one of the movies cars exist and several crash during a race. Cars are not seen in the regular anime. One character have a motorcycle but does not crash it
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Does a car honk or tires screech?
11 supporters
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Yes
0
No
10
Does a plane crash?
5 supporters
Yes
1
No
18
3
JackieH
Planes don't exist in universe but there are flying islands with some flying ships and there are some close calls. Some ships do fall from the sky while flying.
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Yes
3
No
17
0
JackieH
Cars dont exist in universe outside of one movie. Sometimes people are struck by ships or driven carts.
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Violence
Yes
7
No
14
1
Queenofkino
There are no nuclear explosions but 1 character does die by an explosion
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Is there blood/gore?
46 supporters
Yes
31
No
1
2
violetbooklover
Blood shown in fights; not gory
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Does someone drown?
13 supporters
Yes
26
No
1
1
JackieH
There are several close calls with drowning but later on in the series it is usually used for comedic effect. Several main characters cannot swim
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Yes
30
No
0
1
Alecia
By the fourth episode, a man is shot and killed in front of a boy that he (the man who is shot) is holding hostage. The shooter is shown, not the man shot.

Within the first season one flashback shows a mother being shot at close range and killed in front of her two young children. Guns, threats of violence, being shot, and being shot and killed are a frequent occurence in the show.
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