Arthur

TV Show • 1996 • Animation  Report
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In "So Long, Spanky", D.W.'s budgie dies.
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ywlcom
there are a couple episodes that can come close enough to be uncomfortable, in one the tough customers pressure Binky to get the cat he is looking after near a vicious dog (he does not do so, and the cat does not come to harm when it ends up nearby, but it can be incredibly uncomfortable to listen to and watch). in another episode nemo infiltrates the tibble home and pretends to be a stuffed animal, the boys briefly discuss "taking out its stuffing" but they decide not to
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Cartoon insects can be seen in several episodes. The episode "Binky Barnes, Wingman" is all about Arthur's class studying bugs.
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Two episodes feature a snake named Victoria. There's also the episode "Hide and Snake", which features a snake that's initially thought to be dangerous, but it isn't.
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In "To Eat or Not to Eat", some candy bars are described as addictive. While some kids do experience negative side effects of the bars, they don't get permanently addicted.
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The candy bars in "To Eat or Not to Eat" are essentially drugs, though this isn't explicitly mentioned.
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There is a scene where teeth fall out to music in DW Tricks The Tooth Fairy - not damaged, and it is just an imagine spot, but could be unsettling to watch
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There is a mention of a teacher getting a severely broken leg in "April 9". Nothing graphic, though.
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ProfessorProcyon
The two episodes that the previous commenter was mentioning are both about characters fearing that something bad will happen to their toys, and though they're only damaged/destroyed in imagination sequences, it's still a bit upsetting to watch.
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Clowns can be seen in several episodes, but there are no evil clowns.
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There are a few scenes in showers and baths, but no nudity.
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Yes, but we don't see any of the actual vomit on screen.
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The episode "The Great MacGrady" involves the lunch lady getting cancer. She recovers, though.
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A few small comments about body image are made in some episodes. There's also a fair amount of body horror in many fantasy sequences.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ProfessorProcyon
Mr. Ratburn and his husband are the only known LGBT+ characters, but they don't die.
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There aren't even any humans seen in the show.
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The show hasn't ended yet, and no episodes really have a "sad" ending anyway.
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There is an aquarium imagine spot scene in April 9th that is caused by Arthur feeling scared something could happen to his dad
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In "Arthur's Knee" Arthur has a bad cut
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