The Twilight Zone

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[S1E1] The protagonist accidentally erases his dog from existence.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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In virtually every episode. Especially focused on in S1E2, where a character with PTSD locks himself in a bathroom in an attempt to calm down.
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Are there bugs?
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[S1E10: Blurryman] The protagonist is stalked by a featureless, incorporeal man.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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[S1E9: The Blue Scorpion] A gun goes off by itself in an otherwise quiet scene.
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[S1E6] The lights flash rapidly shortly after the ship takes off, during the opening narration.
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[S1E1: The Comedian] A bus crash is stated to have killed a number of people, but this goes unshown. [S1E7: Not All Men] A car t-bones the protagonist's car as she attempts to flee the city. The other driver is shown to be either unconscious or dead.
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[S1E1: The Comedian] A bus crash is stated to have killed a child off-screen. Another child is implied to have been killed, but is later shown to be okay.
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[S1E2: Nightmare at 30,000 Feet] Despite the protagonist's best efforts to prevent it, the plane he is on crashes.
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[S1E1: The Comedian] An LGBT character is implied to have died, but is shown to be okay by the end of the episode.
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Many episodes feature a downer, bittersweet, or ambiguous ending.
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Multiple episodes feature characters drinking heavily and ignoring the concern of others.
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[S1E1: The Comedian] A man willingly erases himself from existence. [S1E9: The Blue Scorpion] Revolves around the suicide weapon used by the protagonist's father.
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[S1E7: Not All Men]
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[S1E9: The Blue Scorpion] A character speculates that his hallucinations are caused by being high.
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[S1E3: Replay] The episode focuses on the murder of a black student at the hands of a white policeman, and the protagonist's attempts to undo and avoid the situation.
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[S01E04] a character refers to himself as Santa for the evening at a Christmas party and later, the narrator refers to Santa as “the most powerful of myths”
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[S1E6: Six Degrees of Freedom] A character is implied to have been incinerated, but the camera cuts away before his fate is confirmed. Another character is shown to have burn marks after the incident.
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[S1E7: Not All Men] Though not technically possession, the meteors bring out violent behavior in men and change their eyes red.
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[S1E7: Not All Men] A man gets verbally and physically aggressive when a woman he is on a date with repeatedly declines to have sex with him. Though he ultimately relents and lets her leave, she is left with visible bruises from his grip and is scared of him throughout the episode. Later, a teenage boy goes through a similar experience.
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[S1E8: Point of Origin] A character is mentally tortured for information.
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[S1E5: The Wunderkind] The framing device of the episode centers on a character strapped to an operating table, being talked to by doctors.
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[S1E6: Six Degrees of Freedom] Nuclear weaponry is used to wipe out the protagonists' city mere minutes after they leave. This is not shown, but the event is the focal point of the episode and is discussed often. [S1E10: Blurryman] The aftermath of a nuclear explosion is shown.
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[S1E3: Replay, S1E5: The Wunderkind] A character is shot with visible blood. [S1E7: Not All Men] The corpse of a man who was beaten to death is shown. A man has his head crushed by a mace on-camera. Multiple other characters are seen covered in blood.
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[S1E7: Not All Men] Some scenes with possessed men may be reminiscent of domestic violence.
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[S1E3: Replay] Contains realistic depictions of police brutality. [S1E5: The Wunderkind] A character is shot. [S1E9: The Blue Scorpion] The protagonist obsesses over his father's suicide weapon, and later shoots a man with it.
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[S1E6: Six Degrees of Freedom] Two characters are shown having sex, though the window is too foggy to make out anything explicit.
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