BoJack Horseman "That's Too Much, Man" Review - AVClub

AVClub: BoJack Horseman wants to believe that his life is a sitcom. He spent his early career starring in a hugely successful one, and he frittered away decades drunkenly watching Horsin’ Around reruns in an effort to recapture those halcyon days. He regularly engages in antics that are inspired by those same hackneyed plot lines, blissfully thinking (or willfully ignoring evidence to the contrary) that everything will work out in the end. And it’d be easy enough for that to be the case. If you had to describe the premise of BoJack Horseman to someone in a single sentence, it’d be entirely feasible to make it sound like a straightforward situational comedy. “Nineties actor tries to get his next big break in a Hollywood populated by humanoid animals.”

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