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Vancouver , British Columbia. Barry Sonnenfeld. Daniel Handler. Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire are told by well-meaning but inept banker Arthur Poe that their parents have perished in a house fire.
While exploring the ruins, Klaus finds a broken spyglass with an insignia of an eye embedded on the front.
Shortly afterwards, the children are sent to live with their distant relative Count Olaf, a cruel and vain amateur actor, who forces them into servitude.
They also befriend Justice Strauss, Olaf's neighbor, who sees great potential in them. One night, the siblings prepare puttanesca for Olaf's theatre troupe only for him to demand roast beef upon arriving home.
The children state that they were never asked to prepare roast beef, angering Olaf and prompting him to slap Klaus across the face when he protests about the sleeping arrangements.
Meanwhile, a mother and father are held against their will by a mysterious captor. The Baudelaires attempt to convince Mr. Poe of Olaf's actions, only to be sent away when Poe dismisses their claims.
When Olaf gives Violet the starring role in his latest theatrical production, which ends with the two main characters being married before Justice Strauss, the siblings realize that Olaf intends to acquire their fortune by marrying Violet for real.
Klaus confronts Olaf, who threatens to kill Sunny if Violet doesn't follow through with his plans. At the very last minute, however, Violet signs the marriage certificate with her left hand, invalidating the proceedings due to the fact that she is right-handed.
Poe's mysterious secretary Jacquelyn reveals they were intended to be put in the care of their distant relative Montgomery Montgomery.
Meanwhile, Jacquelyn's ally Gustav is mysteriously drowned, after being hit by a poisoned dart. The Baudelaires are sent to live with their herpetologist uncle Montgomery Montgomery, who has recently come across a reptile he calls the Incredibly Deadly Viper.
While attempting to learn more about Montgomery, Klaus discovers that the hedge maze in Montgomery's garden is exactly the same shape as the tattoo on Olaf's ankle.
Olaf poses as Montgomery's new assistant Stephano and attempts to kidnap the Baudelaires, but Monty assures the Baudelaires that he recognizes Stephano as a threat.
The four arrive at a movie theatre, where Monty deciphers a code sent for him through the subtitles of the film, using a spyglass identical to Klaus'.
The message instructs him to bring the children to Peru. He fires Stephano shortly afterwards, believing him to be a spy sent to steal his research.
Immediately after dismissing "Stephano", Montgomery notices that the door to his Reptile Room is ajar and investigates, only to be attacked by an unseen figure.
The next day, the Baudelaires discover Olaf standing next to Montgomery's corpse. Olaf threatens to kill Sunny unless the siblings accompany him to Peru, but is prevented from carrying out his plan when Mr.
Poe accidentally crashes into their car when they are trying to leave. Olaf's theatre troupe then arrives disguised as police and nurses, and claim Monty was killed by the Incredibly Deadly Viper, despite Monty's claim of it being completely harmless.
While searching for proof of the snake's innocence, Klaus discovers a statue in Monty's hedge maze, and a photograph of Monty, both of them carrying spyglasses identical to Klaus'.
Violet proves Olaf to be the murderer; however, he escapes via the hedge maze with Klaus' spyglass.
While pursuing him, the Baudelaires meet Jacquelyn, who is posing as a statue. She tells them to seek answers on the spyglasses from their Aunt Josephine while she hunts down Olaf via underground passageways.
Poe takes the Baudelaires to live with their Aunt Josephine, an irrationally frightened woman who lives in a dilapidated house overlooking Lake Lachrymose.
She refuses to answer questions about their parents, so the siblings pursue answers themselves around her house, and discover their parents were members of a secret organization, with spyglasses being used as useful devices.
They are also shocked to find out that Josephine was once fierce and formidable, and developed her phobias after the death of her husband.
Olaf, who has followed the Baudelaires, disguises himself as a sailor named Captain Sham before pretending to fall in love with Josephine.
Josephine visits a marketplace, including fish heads and fruit. Despite the siblings' warnings, Josephine accepts his invitation to take her out for a fried egg sandwich.
Later that night, the siblings discover that Josephine has jumped out the library's bay window and left a note informing them that "Captain Sham" is their new guardian.
As Mr. Poe prepares to hand the Baudelaires over to "Captain Sham", the siblings discover the note has several grammatical errors, something Josephine would never do since she was obsessed with proper grammar.
Poe takes the children to a restaurant and prepares to complete the transfer, but allows the siblings to leave after Larry, a waiter secretly a member of their parents' organization, triggers their allergy to peppermint.
After returning to the house, the siblings decipher Josephine's suicide note and discover she is still alive moments before a hurricane sends the house teetering over the cliff.
Escaping with a photograph of their parents standing in front of a lumber mill, the siblings find Josephine at a nearby cave, only to be confronted by Olaf, who abandons Josephine to be eaten alive by the leeches that inhabit Lake Lachrymose.
Upon returning to shore, Olaf escapes after being unmasked in front of Mr. Poe while the Baudelaires sneak away and set out to find the lumber mill in the photograph.
Upon arriving at the Lucky Smells Lumber Mill, the Baudelaires are forced to work by the owner Sir, who blames their parents for starting a fire that destroyed the entire town.
While investigating the workers' unnaturally happy behavior, Klaus' glasses are broken by the Hook-Handed Man posing as Foreman Flacutono, and he visits local optometrist Georgina Orwell, who puts him into a hypnotic trance.
Later that day, the siblings learn that two visitors are waiting to see them. Believing that their parents are still alive, the three are shocked to instead find Orwell and her receptionist "Shirley St.
Ives", who is a poorly-disguised Olaf. Meanwhile, the mother and father who were previously held captive are revealed to be the parents of the Quagmire triplets, with whom they are reunited.
The Baudelaires discover the entire mill is under a hypnotic trance, ensuring they do not leave their jobs. Orwell and Olaf use a still-hypnotized Klaus to try to murder Sir's aide Charles, but Violet figures out how to break everyone's trance in the nick of time.
The workers then storm the mill, causing Orwell to fall into the furnace and die. Charles reveals the truth about the Baudelaires' role in the town, where they actually helped to fight the fire.
The three siblings are reunited with Mr. Poe, and Jacquelyn sends Klaus the broken spyglass that Olaf stole from him.
Poe then sends the three siblings to a dreary boarding school, which two of the three Quagmire siblings are also sent to, due to their house being burnt down by an unknown woman.
The Quagmires' parents are revealed to be members of the organization. The Baudelaires are introduced to life at Prufrock Preparatory School, an unpleasant and underfunded institution run by an unpleasant vice-principal named Nero and terrorized by an equally unpleasant student named Carmelita Spats.
The school's only redeeming qualities are its friendly and highly intelligent librarian Olivia Caliban and the surviving Quagmire triplets Duncan and Isadora.
During a lunch break, Klaus and Isadora discover that they are holding two halves of the same spyglass. The newfound friends quickly realize that they must track down a book on secret organizations to find the answers they seek: a book Jacquelyn sent Larry to give them, but which he carelessly misplaced.
Meanwhile, Count Olaf and his troupe lurk around the grounds of the school, unable to enter the front doors due to an advanced computer system programmed by Nero to detect Olaf's presence.
However, with Carmelita's help, Olaf finally gains entry and locks Larry in the cafeteria's walk-in refrigerator. He then dons his latest disguise: the school's new turban-wearing gym teacher named Coach Genghis.
Olaf is able to convince Nero to put the Baudelaires under a grueling exercise program, making the siblings run endless laps at night to prevent them from scheming against him, while also causing them to perform poorly in class from lack of sleep.
Due to their slumping grades, Nero threatens to expel the Baudelaires if they fail a comprehensive exam to be given in front of the entire school, but because they must still exercise under Olaf's program, they know they will likely fail.
The Quagmires offer to help, and that night take their place during exercises; however, their identity is discovered.
While hiding in the library, they find the copy of the book on secret organizations and read up on the purpose of the spyglass before they are caught by the Hook-Handed Man.
The next day, with Mr. Poe in attendance, the Baudelaires readily pass the exam, and through it reveal Olaf's identity. Olaf and his gang then escape with the Quagmires, who try to shout the initials "V.
Meanwhile, Larry is rescued from the refrigerator with the help of Lemony's brother, Jacques, while Olivia walks off with the book on secret organizations that the Quagmires left behind.
While a citywide manhunt for Count Olaf is underway, Mr. While being introduced to the Squalors, they find Olaf has already arrived, posing as a foreign auctioneer named Gunther.
They search the penthouse for the Quagmires to no avail, but Klaus becomes suspicious of an extra elevator that only seems to serve the penthouse.
Meanwhile, Olivia tries to convince Mr. Poe about Olaf's scheme, which leads Jacquelyn to contact Jacques, who enlists her into their society.
When the Baudelaires manage to sneak away and examine the second elevator, they learn that it is merely an empty shaft.
With a makeshift parachute, the Baudelaires descend the shaft to find the Quagmires locked in a cage at its bottom. The Baudelaires do not have the tools to free the Quagmires, so they ascend the shaft by turning the parachute into a hot-air balloon.
Sunny helps them to escape safely, and afterwards they find a secret passage that leads to the ashen ruins of their home.
At the auction in Veblen Hall, the Baudelaires start a bidding war on a box labeled "V. Though they win the item, they find the box contains only doilies.
In the aftermath, Olaf and his troupe escape with the Quagmires, who are hidden inside a red herring statue.
The Baudelaires ask Jerome to help track down Olaf, but he is far too timid to do so, and gives up his guardianship of them.
Poe tells the children that a village with the initials "V. Poe drops the Baudelaires off at the Village of Fowl Devotees, where the whole community will care for them collectively if they promise to do the entire village's chores.
The Baudelaires take up residence with Hector, a kindly handyman prone to fainting spells who is secretly building a self-sustaining hot-air mobile home.
The Baudelaires soon begin finding clues written by the Quagmires. Jacques and Olivia also arrive and detain Olaf at the local jailhouse; the next day, the villagers learn of Olaf's capture and hold a town hall meeting, where Olaf appears in the disguise of Detective Dupin, tricking everyone into believing Jacques is Olaf.
The next morning, as the Baudelaires try to break into the jail to rescue Jacques, they are informed that "Olaf" has been murdered.
While in jail, the children instruct Hector to prepare his hot-air mobile home to help them escape. Violet creates a battering ram to weaken the jail wall using a bench, a loaf of stale bread and a noose.
Klaus deduces from clues that the Quagmires are hidden inside a crow fountain in the village square. Larry and Jacquelyn arrive on the scene to distract the villagers long enough for the children to escape via a fire truck and follow Hector.
The Baudelaires cover for the Quagmires as they use the truck's ladder to climb aboard the mobile home. Realizing their danger, the Baudelaires tell Hector to escape with the Quagmires.
In thanks, the Quagmires try to throw their friends their notes about the secrets of V. While the villagers accost the disguised villains over the injured bird, the Baudelaires collect as many of the ruined pages as they can and make their escape.
The Baudelaires hitch a ride with volunteer singing candy stripers heading to Heimlich Hospital. They learn that there is a Library of Records that collects and stores esoterica.
After sneaking past the hospital's administrator Babs, they meet Hal, the man who runs the library. He welcomes their help but forbids them to read the material in storage.
While Hal shows them the ropes, a film reel labelled "Snicket" arrives and catches the children's attention. Meanwhile, believing the Sugar Bowl to be in the hospital, Olaf and his troupe infiltrate the building and take over it.
Desperate for answers, the children are forced to steal Hal's keys to access the library, where they find the film.
It contains a debriefing of Jacques by a V. Violet is captured by Olaf while Klaus and Sunny hide in a chute, in possession of the film.
Faustus", with Sunny hidden in a sling underneath his coat. They eventually deduce which room Violet is in, but this is a trap laid by Olaf, who forces Klaus to operate craniectomy on Violet inside an operating theatre.
Olaf, however, is interested in the Snicket film and dashes off to watch it to learn its secret. Furious at its revelations, he burns the film, which also starts a fire in the hospital.
The Baudelaires successfully evacuate the hospital and realize that their only chance to escape safely is in the trunk of Olaf's car.
Hal is left depressed over the loss of the Library of Records. Elsewhere, an unknown person recovers the Sugar Bowl from the burning hospital.
Loni Peristere. A flashback to a masked ball at the V. In the present, Olaf and his troupe arrive at the Caligari Carnival to speak with its fortune-teller, Madame Lulu, about the fire's survivor.
Lulu, who is really Olivia in disguise, tells them to wait for the answer in the morning. The Baudelaires overhear this, and hoping to speak to Lulu as well, assume the identities of circus freaks, with Violet and Klaus as a two-headed person and Sunny as a wolf child.
After calling V. Olaf then presents a freak show that proves disastrous, so he sets off to find a pack of roaming lions to help attract a larger crowd.
This gives an opportunity for the children to sneak into Lulu's tent, where they discover films, books, and disguises belonging to the V.
Olivia then appears and reveals her true identity to them. Olivia explains to the Baudelaires that "Madame Lulu" is an alias used by V.
While Olivia admits she had to lie to Olaf about one of the children's parents surviving the fire, Jacques had asserted that there was a survivor, and they should head to the V.
The next day, Olaf selects Violet and Klaus for the pit. When Olivia is told to push the children to the lions, she instead pushes them to safety but is sent tumbling into the pit by Olaf, who recognises her.
As the children try to collect the V. Then, after placing Violet and Klaus in a towed caravan and taking Sunny in his car, Olaf has the other freaks cut the towing rope on a steep mountain path.
At the same time, the previous operative to pose as Madame Lulu arrives at the burning carnival as Lemony Snicket claims that she is someone he knows.
Jonathan Teplitzky. Violet and Klaus escape from the out-of-control caravan using an improvised drag chute. Escaping snow gnats, they seek shelter in a cave with the Snow Scouts including the hostile Carmelita Spats.