AJ and the Queen

TV Show • 2020 • Comedy  Report
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Does an animal die?
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trnstrm
A guy shoots the head off a snake (s1e6). It's suggested a dead skunk was encountered on the road (s1e7).
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Are there bugs?
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reptar188
S1:Ep6 34:10-34:50
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AJ’s mom is addicted to heroin and she is sometimes depicted as being high. One scene shows the supplies she uses to do heroin
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Does a kid die?
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EdwardQueen
Somebody clicked no to this one but it's a major plot point for one of the characters, with a scene entirely dedicated to finding out just as it's happening and yelling and storming off. I don't see how it can be spun as a no.
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emmerson
Most of episode 8 takes place in a hospital
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Botox. You also see it in a box in the street briefly
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emmerson
Someone is manipulated into sex
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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EdwardQueen
There are few minor lines where a blind person makes jokes about being blind. "Look, I-" "I'd love to, but I'm blind!" At some point I think I remember someone else who was close to that person make a single joke in the same vein, which was taken as affectionate humour rather than verbal assault.
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EdwardQueen
Big, loud, raucous protest against LGBTQ people at a drag convention, stretched out over a whole episode in between other scenes. I don't think I've noticed racism or other kinds of hate speech though.
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EdwardQueen
This. Also, AJ aside, there's some occasional confusion between drag queen and transgender among outsiders (as in, is Robert/RuPaul a trans woman? Does he want to be?), which I guess is just meant to represent a lot of cishets in the real world.
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Kuroel
I don’t know if this counts but it doesn’t really fit anywhere else either. The queens are constantly either jokingly or viciously making remarks about the weight of their competing sisters. In episode 4, a character asks another how she looks and the latter replies with something like “you look like you are starving” and the one asking takes this as the highest compliment. So, not necessarily making fun of fat people, but insecurities people have about their weight.
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There may be in the next season, as this season is filled with thwarted attempts. But the would-be victim is, and it looks like they will keep being, protected by the classic plot armour. So there shouldn't be any even in the long run.
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EdwardQueen
If absolute neglect is considered abuse (left to starve or find food on their own etc.), then yes. If you're thinking physical/sexual violence, then no.
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EdwardQueen
2 occurrences in different episodes but no one is hurt at either.
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