BoJack Horseman Season 6 review

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BoJack Horseman has released part 2 of season 6 aka the final season. Each of the main characters have great conclusions to their arcs and very funny, emotional, and memorable moments. The most complex character of course if BoJack. Every bad things that BoJack has done especially the death of Sarah Lynn comes together to drag BoJack to his lowest point in the entire series. It’s so bad that even Hollyhock cuts ties with him and he becomes a pariah in Hollywoo.

The penultimate episode is always the tensest of each season and this season’s penultimate episode “The View From Halfway Down” couldn’t be any more intense. BoJack finds himself in a house with all the characters that have died throughout the series such as Sarah Lynn and his mother. It’s disturbing because you’re not sure if BoJack is dead or not. I almost thought the last episode would just be the other characters reacting to his death. Good news is that he lived the bad news is that he’s sent to prison. The final episode’s title “Nice While It Lasted” pretty much sums up the finale. It’s not epic like Sozin’s Comet or Take Back the Falls, it’s just BoJack having one more conversation with the main characters and it’s a really great way to say goodbye to them. This is one of those shows where I wasn’t sure it would have happy or sad ending and while it’s never addressed what BoJack is going to do after he’s out of prison but there is a feeling of hope in there.

BoJack Horseman season 6 is the bittersweet ending to one of Netflix’s best shows that managed to bookend everything. Thank you Raphael Bob-Waksberg for creating such a smart, thought provoking and wonderful series and thank you Will Arnett for voicing a complex and funny character. Now to look forward to Hilda season 2.

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