Good Omens

TV Show • 2019 • Comedy  Report
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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65775
Though technically a bird does briefly die, but it's then immediately brought back to life
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Corellon
An entire room is filled with pale mealworm looking things
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Beanyneko
Adam and Eve kill a lion in the background in the first episode
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zvas
crowley was originally the snake in the garden of eden
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Corellon
No, but there's a flashback to the 70s where people are dancing, and the background is abstract "trippy" swirling colors. This might be taken as a suggestion of drug use by some people.
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wahoorat
Not really abuse but heavily drunk characters on two ocassions
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wahoorat
A witch is burned alive and exploded at the stake
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wahoorat
A character falls off of her bike and breaks her wrist, but the damage is reversed in a scene showing the bones going back to normal
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Theyhulk
In the last episode, Hastur bites his own finger to the degree that it bleeds, but is not bitten off.
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zvas
While not strictly tortured, Jesus Christ is seen being crucified, and the process can be considered torturous.
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Roosterwhale
Both main characters are abducted in the last episode, and two babies are taken from their mothers without the mothers knowing
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Corellon
Yes. In Episode 3, Crowley and Aziraphale are watching Noah's family prepare the ark. Several kids run by who are not members of Noah's family. Crowley looks appalled and asks if God is going to drown kids too. "Not the kids, you can't kill kids!" But Aziraphale nods grimly. Also, in Episode 1, it's alluded that the "extra baby" might have suffered some ominous fate, and it's never brought up again, although in the book, he has a nice childhood in Tadfield, actually does raise tropical fish, and then goes to America to start a promising pro-sports career. Also, in episode 6, characters argue over whether the Antichrist should be assassinated even though he's just a child. It gets tense. At one point, someone aims a gun while someone else points at the boy and shouts "shoot him!" The gun is fired into the sky at the last second.
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BulletFarmer
If you consider Satan to be the Antichrist's father, then yes.
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Sis
A minor charachter and not on-screen, but yes
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zvas
SPOILERS: Madame Tracy is possessed by Aziraphale. The initial possession during the seance scene can be frightening, but they end up cooperating and eventually returning to their own bodies.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Nude people in a few scenes. No sexual body parts/genitalia are ever shown, though.
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Corellon
Crowley startles a random human by spawning his own head into a snarling snake monster for half a second. (As other comments have helpfully pointed out, this happens in episode two as they approach the nunnery and are confronted by a man outside.)
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Corellon
Small spoiler: The ghost of a dead man is summoned during a seance through a psychic medium. He starts out cold and scared and stuttering and then does the scary dramatic loud ghost wail thing at his wife. MAJOR spoiler: Aziraphale is "discorporated" and arrives in heaven. He immediately returns to Earth even though his body has been destroyed and appears before Crowley as a transparent shimmery ghost.
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Roosterwhale
At one point it is revealed that the main characters were followed and observed, and had photographs of their encounters taken.
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zvas
During the seance scene in episode 5
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wahoorat
No, but there is clean white areas that could be related to a place like a hospital. There is also a nunnery which is a birth place
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Corellon
The demon Hastur gnaws on his finger and draws blood on one occasion when he gets extremely angry.
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Magic_mammal
SPOILERS: Crowley looses his s**t at some point but get's the hang of it quite quickly (bookshop and car). It's more an expression of grief and anger than an attack -IMO. But it has similarities.
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Yimella
In Hell, in some areas is it packed with many people in a small, dark, and dirty room.
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Corellon
A delivery man is given instructions to commit suicide in order to deliver a message to Death. He writes a farewell note to his wife and then deliberately walks into traffic, which he previously attempted to avoid. As his spirit delivers the message, there's a close-up of his dead body in the road.
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Corellon
(spoilers) Crowley hits a cyclist with his car, and Aziraphale tries to magically fix her bike before she realizes it's broken. When she asks why it looks different, he re-does the fix behind her back (so as not to let on that he's immortal) and insists it had never changed even though he literally DID just change it. This really unnerves her and is still technically gaslighting even though it's very mild, and he didn't mean it maliciously.
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tinaalsgirl
Episode 5 - When a character is driving their car in an intense situation, the camera shakes a lot.
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tinaalsgirl
Episode 3: Immediately after the theme song ends, there's quick flashing of previous scenes to get back to the "present"; my suggestion would be to close your eyes as the theme song ends (around the 30:05 time mark) and you're good when the discordant music/noise ends and you hear Aziraphale say, "Sorry."....... Episode 5: Throughout the first half-hour there are flashes of celestial light similar to lightning. And off and on throughout the episode are lots of flashes of lightning (as the story progresses, the weather gets stormier)........ Episode 6: At around the 01:46 mark, the frame freezes and a choir starts vocalizing as the screen does a rewind of scenes; close your eyes at that point, and then you can re-open after the rewind sounds stop and Queen music starts playing.
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zvas
Episode 1: Two women are seen in labour, but the actual birthing process is not shown.
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zvas
Nothing explicit, but it is present in episode 4.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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BulletFarmer
Whoever said "yes" here is incredibly mistaken.
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Corellon
Pollution, one of the four horsepersons of the apocalypse is referred to with they/them pronouns numerous times and has been confirmed to be nonbinary by Neil Gaiman on Twitter. They are destroyed in the end along with the others. Furthermore, Ligur and a small unnamed demon are killed/melted by holy water rather horrifically. They are both known to be nonbinary since Neil has tweeted that all the angels and demons of Good Omens are nonbinary.
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crazyred126
One of the characters, Shadwell, often refers to Aziraphale as a ‘southern pansy’ because he is very feminine. Pansy is often used as an insult for gay people. He also calls Madame Tracy a few misogynistic names referring to the fact that she is a part time sex worker.
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Corellon
As there is currently no such thing as a gender neutral form of address, the delivery man calling Pollution "sir" instead of "ma'am," can be seen as a way of respecting that they are more than their assigned gender.
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Corellon
There is a black "demon intern" type character who is killed so often it becomes a running gag. Furthermore, at least five "teams" of characters have a member who is black, and two of them die. The black demon henchperson dies first. The black horseperson of the apocalypse dies last.
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Corellon
A grouchy conservative character calls Aziraphale a "southern pansy" on two occasions. While this term originated within the gay community with positive connotations, he clearly meant it as a disgusted reaction to the way Aziraphale speaks and carries himself.
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Corellon
The smarmiest, most arrogant angel winces in mock concern, tells Aziraphale to "lose the gut," and then feints at punching him in the stomach with the cold smile of a bully pretending to be your friend.
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Corellon
No, but Crowley is uncomfortably evil when he seethes and screams and berates his houseplants for disappointing him.
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summertime
When Jesus Chris is crucified, there's a scene that shows blood coming out his wrist.
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Corellon
A demon fills a room with maggots which suffocates everyone, but it's not overly graphic.
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pioup
No, but the possibility of nuclear explosions is a major plot point
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Corellon
The animated opening credits depict an extended animated sequence of Monty Python like papercraft people all marching up a cliff and then walking off the edge.
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Theyhulk
Also note that Crowley is a very unsafe driver, though he does not cause any crashes.
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WitchAndroid
At the scene at the ex-nunnery paintball guns are turned into real guns though a point is made that "miraculously" no one is hurt by them
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Corellon
Crowley would argue that Anathema hit HIM. :P
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bmncs
Not shown, but in Episode 3 in the Noah's Ark scene it is mentioned, that all the locals will be drowned.
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