BoJack Horseman "It's You" Review - AVClub

AVClub: Despite airing on a platform that has no constraints on profane language, in its entire life BoJack Horseman has only pulled the “fuck” trigger twice before “It’s You.” (You could argue thrice, but I counter the well-timed split between “Love And/Or Marriage” and “Brrap Brrap Pew Pew” takes Diane’s expletive out of contention.) This choice meant the two times they they did use it, after Herb’s apology rejection in “The Telescope” and the disaster of BoJack and Penny in “Escape From L.A.”, it carried real weight—and would have even if it wasn’t being hissed by a perfectly furious Stanley Tucci and Olivia Wilde. It underlined the true degree of how far BoJack had gone, the damage he’d done and, and the anger he’d engendered from someone who cared about him.

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