Bojack Horseman

An Ode to Diane Nguyen, Depressed Feminist Writer

“You’re responsible for your own happiness.”

In the End, BoJack Heals—but at Whose Expense?

Season 6’s second half twists into the show’s usual darkness when we transition to the perspectives of the women BoJack has harmed. Read more »

The Case for a Black Princess Carolyn

For Princess Carolyn, the case for her identity as a Black woman offers a more nuanced lens through which to view her character. Read more »

Artist Lisa Hanawalt Talks Hot Dogs, Bojack Horseman, and Why It Helps to Give Anxiety a Name

Welcome to the land of talking dogs and poop jokes. Oh and also sincere, vulnerable feelings. Read more »

The Brilliant Sadness of “BoJack Horseman”

The Netflix show subverts the sitcom narrative, embracing darkness and lack of resolution. The characters on Bojack Horseman evolve nicely over the show’s two seasons. They don’t become stronger or better by... Read more »