BoJack Horseman "BoJack Kills" Review - AVClub

AVClub: After a strong start to season three, “BoJack Kills” gives us an episode of BoJack Horseman that falls into the category of “like one of those season one episodes.” As a show, BoJack got off to something of a shaky start, its commitment to playing the long game with its satire and depression narrative meaning that its brilliance wasn’t clear in its early installments. Plots were less consequential, the digs at Hollywoo muted while it still had its D present, and the background details like burnt ottomans and blackmail schemes didn’t land as well with an audience who hadn’t learned to keep their eyes open yet.

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