BoJack Horseman "That Went Well" Review - AVClub

AVClub: I’ve been chewing on that question ever since I finished “That Went Well,” because at this stage I honestly don’t know. After a season that’s dragged our main character to his lowest point, leaving a trail of broken relationships behind him and the body of his surrogate daughter growing cold against his shoulder, he ends it at a point of odd hope, watching a herd of horses run across the plains. His face twists into an uncertain expression, watching them run with a purpose BoJack’s never had in his life. It feels like a turning point, the direction to move forward that Secretariat gave a young BoJack and that the nameless jogger offered in “Out To Sea” as he gasped for breath finally sinking in.

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