The Owl House

TV Show • 2020 • Animation  Report
Season
Episode
6
robinUwO
No, it does not have horses in the series. Therefore, it can't die.
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14
ProfessorProcyon
There aren't any actual dogs that are primarily focused on, but King, one of the main characters, heavily resembles a dog-like creature. He does not die, but is occasionally harmed.
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5
cha0ticneutralsys
The owl house is sentient and often abused by ignoring, belittling, punching his walls and even slamming his doors. A bug monster and owl monster are tied up and tazed by demon hunters/“animal control”, a group of abused Palismans (familiars) run away to the woods to live with Bat Queen some have extensive scarring or visible damage, Owlbert runs away to these woods after being hurt (a crack forms on his head) and misused before the abuser makes it up to him. S1E16 Amity beats Hooty up and a snaggleback is forced to be a disco ball after complaining they feel nauseous and their arms are tired and aren’t helped down. S2E8 Eda is trapped while in half owl form and Eda excepts the owl side of her instead of fighting it and causing it pain
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4
Dreamdust1600
Spoilers for thanks to them!!!!!! Flapjack dies in order to save hunter
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7
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
Two wolf-like creatures fight at one point but it is not a spectator sport
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6
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
Bees appear in S2E01 and S2E04
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12
TheOwlLady
In ¨I Was A Teenage Abomination¨ it starts up with the main characters digging through a dead trash slug for stuff to sell, eat, etc
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5
TheOwlLady
In the pilot episode, it shows a dragon flying in the sky before being grabbed by an arm.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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66
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0
6
fadedecho
season 3 episode 1 “thanks to them”: bird palisman is badly injured and dies onscreen
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11
andymoo
Luz brings snakes to school in the first episode for a book report that start causing havoc.
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8
CrystalTheWitch
Adding onto the other comment, in episode 1 there’s a real griffin breathing spiders, episode 10 the Bat Queen summons a spider-cow mix, and in the short “Welcome to Hexside” pink spiders are summmoned by Principal Bump and crawl over Mattholomule
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Does a cat die?
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1
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65
8
rileysmiley
There is lots of very blatant and possibly triggering gaslighting from Belos, especially in s2 ep 16, Hollow Mind.
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9
dreamyartist
Spoilers for Season 2 especially! It's implied in some scenes that Hunter might've been abused by Belos, who is some sort of parental figure to him (up until ”Hollow Mind”, Belos presented himself as his uncle). Besides some remarks made by Hunter and his fear of failing to complete an order given by Belos, one notable scene is in the episode ”Any Sport in a Storm”, where Darius raises his hand and Hunter tenses, only for Darius to pat his head. Another example is in ”Hunting Palismen”, where Belos' ”curse” acts up and Hunter looks away, OR when, in the same scene, Belos nearly cuts Hunter's face, were he not to move his head a bit to the left. And even then, he manages to cut very small strands of hair. Another sequence is in ”Hollow Mind”, where Hunter flinches when Belos twirls his loose strand of hair.
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19
codenamelibra
It is heavily implied that Amity's parents are abusive, in the brief glimpses of her childhood we see. She is forced to end her friendship with Willow, because her parents threaten to ruin Willow's chances of getting into Hexside (a school for magic).
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7
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
Sort of. There are fictional substances that are analogous to real-world drugs. S2E08 features a sleep-inducing powder that also acts like ketamine, and many episodes include references to "apple blood" which is talked about like alcohol and at one point shown served in a bar.
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10
solace
eda drinks a lot of “apple blood” which is treated like alcohol. she is not dependent on it, but it’s enough to be uncomfortable.
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10
autimantis
A main character, Eda, drinks "Apple Blood" frequently. This could represent coffee, as she drinks it every morning and is able to cut it from her diet easily, but in season two, she's shown in a place that looks similar to a bar, while drinking apple blood to cope with something upsetting. Either way, she doesn't appear drunk. The closest we get is Luz, the main character, off-handedly mentioning that after drinking too much apple blood, they once had to get Eda off the roof, though that could be Eda's eccentricity combined with caffeine.
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0
ToddKosman
Several main characters are captured and shackled through the story by local guards. Several characters are restrained by slime monsters, a character attempts to pull away from the grip of a character who subsequently pulls him in and kills him in the season 2 finale
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23
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
Assault, no. Harassment, yes. A villain character asks someone to go on a date with him and adds “it’s not like you can say no right now”
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11
autimantis
Eda, a main character, is shown shaving her. She doesn't hurt herself, though, and if you want to avoid it, just skip ahead 20 seconds after the theme song in the episode "Keeping Up A-fear-ances" (Season 2 Episode 4).
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4
cha0ticneutralsys
At the start of S2E4 eda screws her fang back in
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5
yardsards
Not the same species, but sentient creatures are canonically often eaten in the show's setting. On-screen, we see a character eat a sapient octopus demon whole. We see fairies baked into a pie, but they do not get eaten on-screen.
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15
sourwormz
A main character does have a detachable hand (and head in one ep) but there’s no blood and the character does not feel any pain
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1
ToddKosman
S2
 E20
A vilain character is thrown into a wall with enough force he dies.
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Yes
0
No
46
4
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
There are many depictions of fire, but the worst it ever does is non-lethally injure an animal
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14
OliveTheTiger
No one is buried alive but a character does make an unsuccessful attempt to dig his own grave
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5
cabinboy
No, but there is an attempt at public execution at the end of Season 1. It fails.
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12
MetAGirlInJuvieHall
In the first episode, an inmate is locked up for eating their own eyes. In Episode 9, Luz and Gus are climbing up a wall and step on eyes repeatedly.
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5
EchoGarden1
There is mention of a character being tourtured in episode one and you can see the results (a black eye)
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10
CrystalTheWitch
Briefly in episode 9 “something ventured someone framed” when Gus is showing Luz the illusion classroom, the character with orange hair messes up a spell and removes their facial features, making it so they couldn’t breath, this is brief and fixed by the teacher quickly
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27
Yes
1
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5
Yes
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10
Mystery5
A character in s1e17 hurts their leg, and while it doesn't look broken they're later seen in a cast
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3
ro_the_pigeon
In season 1 episode 2, some characters are pushed off a cliff but they survive.
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2
anproblemchild
In s2 e18 Labyrinth Runners, Hunter asks if he's looking at real steps or illusion steps, takes a step of faith and falls down stairs. He then says "Real steps." while sounding in pain, it has no lasting damage as he appears fine in the next shot.
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0
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3
Yes
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6
cha0ticneutralsys
S2E9 Belos says that hunter would be hard to replace insinuating he might have to remove/kill/sacrifice hunter if he fails his mission
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Yes
0
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20
Yes
0
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14
2
codenamelibra
Luz is kidnapped in the penultimate episode as a way to draw out Eda.
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Yes
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No
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9
TheOwlLady
In¨Adventure in the Elements¨ King brings to life a bunch of toys only for them to rebel, kick King out of the owl house, and later having King convince Hooty to destroy the toys.
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11
goodwitchluzura
in ‘reaching out’ the (offscreen) death of a parent is discussed, as it is the anniversary of it happening
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3
magpiepaw
Not sure if it counts as a ghost, but in S2E16 there is a creepy humanoid looking figure that follows the main characters around which is later revealed to be an amalgamation of palisman souls
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1
andymoo
Eda takes one off-screen.
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6
NarwhalLys
its prominent in S3 E1
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4
AmandaIdontwanttotellyou
In s1 ep 14 really small problems. They're not designed to be scary clowns, just regular clowns.
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1
anproblemchild
s2 e10 The jumpscare is not loud or flashing, it is unexpected. The opening scene happens later in the episode with build up to it.
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0
cha0ticneutralsys
And burp
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6
In the Covention episode, a character teases her sister by saying that the latter was so excited she peed a little
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16
five
s1e4 at like 18 or 19 minutes. it’s audio only, s1e14 at 01:40 theres a warning beforehand and it’s not actual vomit (it’s mail) though the noise is unpleasant, s1e14 14:45 it’s just a mention: theres no audio or visual, s2e3 05:00 just gagging but was triggering to me, s2e7: 02:47 visual of sick in a bag and discussion of it happening + 19:28 a lot of build up but no visual and minor audio, s2e14 21:00 no visual minor audio
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12
ro_the_pigeon
In season 2 episode 3, there is a moment in which Hooty gets out of the door with squishy wet sounds.
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Yes
0
No
12
14
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
There are cops but they are all villains
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6
vaska
in season 2 during an episode focused on king/what he is, a needle/syringe is used on king but not on screen- they zoom out away from the scene and there's a nonrealistic cartoon pricking sound and king screams
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Yes
0
No
47
3
ToddKosman
S3
 E1
But a late father's terminal illness is brought up from diary logs from his young daughter, and the cause of disease is not mentioned.
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8
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
The Conformatorium is a prison with a dark dungeon aesthetic and it is made clear that people are locked up there simply for being "different"
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cha0ticneutralsys
Luz’s mother is a nurse and often wears scrubs. There is a reference to brain surgery. Willow also gets amnesia/brain damage, Luz and Amity go into her head to heal her. Skaras prom date stages a hospital scene and there are people dressed as doctors holding a saw, he then pulls out a beating heart with “grom” (prom) on it. When amity has a flashback to when she played grudgby there are nurses helping a hurt player. S1E17 gus’s flags break and they put bandaids on th and attach them to an OC and heart rate monitor which can be heard beeping in the background during the match. S2E8 King gets a needle/blood test but no blood shown.
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5
OneirosDream
No. The stuff [spoiler deleted] does to himself is not the same as self-injury/self-harm; his tattooing/branding/sigil-skin-carving stuff for big-bad-evil-magic purposes is NOT the same thing as somebody cutting, burning, hitting, or otherwise injuring one's self for a sense of release/control. There's nothing triggering to me like that in this show. Please don't lump [spoiler] in with people who have self-harmed and dealt with those mental health issues IRL, it's kind of insulting. Thanks.
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2
EternalSummer
Not Directly, No, But There Is A Scene Where An Emotionally Unstable Character Begins Digging His Own Grave.
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11
AtarahDerekh
After escaping an abusive situation and nearly losing his life in the process, one teenage character suffers a triggering event when he sees an image of his abuser later on. This happens in S2E18: Labyrinth Runners. It's also implied that the main protagonist is starting to develop PTSD, or perhaps already has a form of it after losing her father suddenly at a young age.
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Yes
2
No
37
11
darklilacskies
Hunter has one at the end of S2E16
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14
Mystery5
In S1E11 the characters are trapped in a shrinking box (The characters themselves are not claustrophobic)
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5
EchoGarden1
There’s a lot of squishy and gross sounds
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3
cartoonfan
regarding the other comment, the “hunter digging his own grave thing” is just a little joke, hunter is a kid and thought he was going to get in trouble and was crying that ‘his life was over’ but nothing happens and i don’t think it’s triggering
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1
Kkkkkk
Someone makes a joke about digging their own grave
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13
solace
the main character luz has adhd and is a “weird kid”, and the premise of the series involves her going to a camp to teach her how to be “normal”. this may make autistic viewers uncomfortable.
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3
yardsards
Generally, no. But a couple times, we see videos that Luz records for her mother with her smartphone, and the camera shakes a bit as she adjusts it.
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10
AlexH11152
Bat baby episode, I think there was crying
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4
cha0ticneutralsys
Yeah it’s full of full screen white flashes and quick strobing in all episodes but I’m extremely photosensitive and I was okay with it playing on low brightness
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6
Violet111
Not really. Just a couple fourth-wall-nudge jokes (for example poking fun at how the show's season 3 was shortened, or at the general writing process for cartoons) but the characters aren't self-aware about it or anything.
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Yes
0
No
40
Yes
0
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42
3
AtarahDerekh
King is shown as a fetus inside his egg, capable of hearing, understanding and remembering.
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Yes
0
No
40
2
AtarahDerekh
Sort of. King, a monotreme-like species, hatches from an egg onscreen. No viviparous birth is shown.
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Yes
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18
Yes
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17
flvrjun
Gotta add that Raine is misgendered in some other languages' dubs (like spanish). They're still treated by their right pronouns in the original version
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12
goodwitchazura
yes, however it is not ableist jokes, just themes of characters experiencing ableism. ie: luz being bullied, eda being imprisoned for her chronic illness, and nd coded characters getting put in a “conformatorium”
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Yes
1
No
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15
alba04
There is an evil kraken puppeteer (S1E2). This is a combination of two classic antisemitic tropes. It's obviously accidental, but I wish they had consulted an expert. Also, the character "Tiny Nose" who loves conspiracy theories seems like a bad idea. The series seems to suggest that conspiracy theories are quirky and fun, when in reality they are harmful – and most of them are deeply antisemitic.
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8
yardsards
In the setting of the show, homophobia and transphobia do not exist. The female protagonist has a girlfriend, and the only time people disapprove of their relationship is because the two come from different social classes.
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Yes
3
No
34
11
sourwormz
The main (bisexual) character’s life is threatened in numerous episodes but she’s always fine in the end
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Yes
0
No
10
12
TwoLesbiansInATrenchcoat
There are no sex scenes, disrobing, etc. At one point the main character says "I like what I'm seeing" about a shirtless boy and she calls another character foxy.
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Yes
0
No
8
Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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Yes
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No
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1
Tadakiba
Eda compliments her appearance often. King in one episode is dressed up in baby clothes and says he won’t be used for his “models body”
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1
Kkkkkk
One of the main characters is cursed and a lot of people say its like representation of like a chronic illness (im sorry if this is not really clear i didnt know how to word this also im sorry if my english is bad)
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Yes
0
No
9
4
fia99
a teenager runs away from home and is hiding in school for one episode (s2e18), they're clearly struggling in this situation
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ProfessorProcyon
It's not over yet.
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Yes
0
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40
0
ToddKosman
A deer is offscreen hit by a car in s3 ep1 thanks to them but it is just bones.
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1
fia99
several flying vehicles crash, everyone on board always survives
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rileysmiley
In S3 Ep 1, some background characters get into a wreck with a "deer", but only the car is damaged, the people inside were fine.
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Yes
0
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14
Mystery5
I'm not sure if it counts as gore, but the plot takes place on the body of a fallen giant, and while it's not graphic there are occasional moments where you can see stuff like their bones or their heart.
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3
ToddKosman
Hunter drowns himself in season 3 ep1 "thanks to them" and when retrieved and is not breathing afterwards and potentially died, but is revived.
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