King Falls AM

Podcast • 2015 • Comedy  Report
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ClaireBear999
In Episode Ten: Medium Rare there is discussion of previously deceased dogs in the form of a psychic's vision of a long dead pet dog
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Does an animal die?
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ClaireBear999
In Episode Ten: Medium Rare. There is explicit discussion of a Sugar Glider kept as a pet that was killed by a local police officer.
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ClaireBear999
In Episode Ten: Medium Rare, there is vague discussion of dead cats, but no specifics.
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ghostwillows
There's a character who smokes weed
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ClaireBear999
There is implied alcohol abuse in later episodes and on air consumption of alcohol.
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Does a kid die?
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ClaireBear999
A large part of the show's premise is about a town in the midst of supernatural entities. There are several ghosts throughout the podcast, beginning in the very first episode.
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ClaireBear999
While there is no explicit self harm there are some moments of self-sabotage and implied previous self-harm.
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saturn
Some episodes 49 (?) through 63 have references and depictions of gaslighting as a character is manipulated into a relationship. The main characters and most others call it out and do their best to keep the victim safe, and it is resolved by episode 63 as the character gets out of the relationship. It includes general depictions and discussions of emotional abuse and manipulation.
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SPOILERS. In the second half of Episode 75 (especially from 40:20-44:30) there is a lot of suicidal ideation. A main character wishes he was "gone" and (non-graphically) discusses attempts he's wanted to make, such as trying to throw himself into the [literal] void. As this takes place with him away from friends, refusing to go to them, and with apologies and goodbyes, it makes the conversation sound like a s--cide note. He does NOT die and is in recovery, but this part of the episode may be triggering nonetheless.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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ClaireBear999
It is humorously handled and nothing explicit but the characters "The Williams Boys" and "The Dirt" make sexual jokes and engage in pre-sexual discussions about what they would 'do to each other. This is most prominent in Episode 57: Bonnie and Clyde 2017.
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saturn
A few references from antagonistic characters to Judaism but nothing explicit or violent. Sparse references to WWII as well.
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ClaireBear999
MAJOR SPOILERS: There is not an explicit death but there is an attempted suicide by one major LGBT character and a disappearance from another. These events are a major part of the plot of the second half of the podcast.
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ClaireBear999
In Episode 84: Red Comforter, there is no explicit misgendering but there is a discussion where a character doesn't know the term non-binary. It is dealt with respectfully and he is ultimately more informed about the concept by the end of it. This podcast is really great when it comes to dealing with LGBT concepts respectfully.
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dylanwatchesstuff
[[spoilers for later episodes]] although there aren't any slurs or direct hate speech used, in episodes 68 and 73 comments that could be viewed as homophobic are made.
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ClaireBear999
In Episode Sixteen: Santa Claus Ain't Coming to Town, there is discussion of Santa. From memory there is no explicit spoiling of Santa but just in case, it would be wise to avoid. Ultimately it is not a vital episode to listen to for plot reasons.
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dylanwatchesstuff
none that are visual of course, but a few episodes have quite graphic descriptions
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ghostwillows
A caller hits a werewolf in episode 4
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