Archive 81

Podcast • 2016 • Horror  Report
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nyfabees
Animal parts are described and used as components in rituals.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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nyfabees
A rat that the main character adopted is killed at the end of season 1. In season 3 sheep are killed.
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Ursamonroe
Yes there is a beekeeper in an episode season 2 with very realistic sound effects. Season 3 has two episodes that feature bees though the sound mixing is less in the forefront
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Does a cat die?
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Nepeta
In season 3 a character goes to a college campus to sell drugs in order to get a ritual part(?)
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Nepeta
A character cuts off all her fingers
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Nepeta
Unclear. A bit implied after the events of s1 e2
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Nepeta
No, but a major character in season three is described as being made up of static and teeth
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neatcryptid
It doesn't happen but in season 3 a character wants to eat another character's heart
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Nepeta
A character in season 3 gets his leg wrecked during a ritual. He uses a cane for the rest of the show
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Nepeta
A character gets an arm and part of a leg amputated during a surgery
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Nepeta
Its not focused on but its implied that during dans surgery in s2 rat installed a tape deck on his crotch
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Ursamonroe
There are three parent deaths referenced in season three and one that is on screen.
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Nepeta
A 17 year old is killed offscreen
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Ursamonroe
A character in the end of season one is being chased by malevolent forces that eventually find them later on because they tracked them down
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Nepeta
A character is used as a host for other people’s consciousnesses
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neatcryptid
No but a character who was thought to be dead appears which could feel similar
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Nepeta
Someone spits into a hand in episode 1 of season 2
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noellea113
especially prominent in the first half of season 2
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Nepeta
In season 1 episode 8 a person vomits what is assumed to be blood and gore, and in season 2 episode 1 a character vomits
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Nepeta
Sort of, a character is nonconsensually operated on without anesthesia
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Nepeta
In the first episode of season 2, a character undergoes nonconsensual surgery and wakes up horrified, he then spends the season trying to reassure himself that he’s “still a person” despite everyone around him referring to him as a monster. Static man in s3 doesnt have a body and it causes him great amounts of stress
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nyfabees
At the end of season 1 a character dies by assisted suicide.
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Nepeta
In season 2 [SPOILERS] a character has what is implied to be brain damage of some kind after the events of season 1, and it has drastically changed who he is and how he thinks (rat)
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Nepeta
The main character is gaslighted by his boss in the first season, and in the first episode of season 2 a woman is told she is “being hysterical” and should never contact the police again as they would never take her seriously
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Nepeta
In season 2(?) there is a tape describing a character being stuck in a never ending museum (please fact check this)
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Nepeta
Left Of The Dial has a crying baby in the last episode
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Ursamonroe
The birth is nothing like an actual birth or even birth in a movie like Aliens. But it does happen at the end of season two and can be easily skipped
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neatcryptid
Nothing sexual happens but it's talked about a fair amount of times
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Nepeta
No but a six year wlw relationship is referred to as “long enough for a phase”
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Nepeta
No, but in episode 1 of season two a person refers to a six year gay relationship as “long enough for a phase”
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Ursamonroe
His death is ambiguous at first but you find out in the end that he died, off screen. His death is the first one the audience is exposed to and is the driving action for the protagonist.
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Nepeta
Sort of? A character who has undergone severe disfigurement and nonconsensual body mods is referring to as a “monster” and “inhuman” by the people around him
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Nepeta
not quite. in season one a lesbian character goes missing and its implied that the people who knew her think she has died. In season 2 a man describes his relationship with a man from [spoilers] The City and says that he “disappeared” one day. Its implied that he went back to The City, but the man telling the story doesnt know that. At the end of season 3 a gay character is almost killed but survives (not a hate crime)
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Nepeta
Sort of? There is a character in season 2 that is biologically(?) a woman but is possessed by several people, including men. She is often referred to by “they” pronouns while this happens
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Nepeta
It’s bittersweet
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Nepeta
The father of the season 3 protagonists was a neglectful and busive parent
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neatcryptid
Season 3, in the first ritual Chris drowns and it's referenced many times throughout the season
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