Bojack Horseman is not your typical animated series. Or at least, the title itself hints at something more eyebrow raising than just merely saying ?Yes! I love Bojack Horseman, I really do love Bojack.? But recent reviews proved something positive about the show and now, viewers think that Bojack Horseman Season 3 is by far the best season of the series yet.
Gone are the days when Bojack was a lone horse who seems to have no idea with what to do with his life. After enjoying the fun side of being a celebrity, it looks like Bojack has given up on ever being in that position again. This time around, with the help of some of his friends, Bojack seems to have been enjoying life.
It?s a bizarre show, but Bojack Horseman Season 3 showed the most intriguing episodes on Netflix, like the one about the abortion. They?re fearless, but the series takes things straight to the point. The abortion episode apparently dove into topics that are apparently taboo in society.
Bojack Horseman Season 3, with an episode entitled ?Brrap Brrap Pew Pew?, shows just how excruciating the show can be. Who would think that an animated series will discuss and make fun of killing babies and how seeing a baby killed can actually rouse sexual desires?
Bojack Horseman Season 3 is well received possibly because of its straight forward take on things. In fact, instead of featuring the things that will deliver to audience the best choices on how to keep a baby for instance, they made an absolute parody of what it’s like in real life and how people approach the problem.
The show has launched into the parallel showing of both the positive and negative approach of people to real life-changing situations. And Bojack, the main character in the series, proves that no matter how hard he tries at being happy, things will turn around and put him where misery will try to hold him for the longest time.
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