Critic Consensus: BoJack Horseman continues confidently down the thematic rabbit hole with a fresh and poignant season that's as devastating as it is hilarious.
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It's refreshing not to be babied with easy resolutions or conventional framing, to watch a show that asks us to do more as we watch cartoon humans, cats, dogs, and horses wrestle with our most deep-seated insecurities and fears.
Even in the episodes which revel in delightful full-fledged farce, there is such depth of feeling to "BoJack," such investment in its message.
This [season] is hopeful, even amid the doom and gloom of the show's topics.
BoJack remains Will Arnett's magnum opus. His ability to inflect his voice with simultaneous ego and self-hatred is astounding.
For a series that consistently slides between happiness, misery, and everything in-between, this installment proves that Bojack Horseman continues to explore all of those feelings as freshly as it did in its first season.
If you've enjoyed the previous seasons of BoJack Horseman that you should catch up on the latest entry. I'll also recommended that you take it slowly. It is emotionally devastating in the best way possible, but emotional devastation is still devastating.
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