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BoJack Horseman "Brrap Brrap Pew Pew" Review - AVClub

AVClub: While the majority of its attention is focused on taking down the artifice and shallowness of Hollywoo, BoJack Horseman is also a show that isn’t afraid to wade into deeper controversies. It took its first step in that direction right in its second episode “BoJack Hates The Troops,” which led BoJack to steal a meal from Neal McBeal (the Navy SEAL) and got into a discussion of supporting our troops even when one of them is kind of a jerk. And they doubled down on that with last year’s “Hank After Dark,” a ruthless take on Bill Cosby-style scandals and the way society would rather turn victims into villains than believe the worst about its heroes. Raphael Bob-Waksberg and company are unafraid to use their strange and dark show to say something important, and have the right attitude that no topic should be off limits.

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