I’m glad I knew Mr Peanut Butter. Even though he’s not in my life anymore. I think there are people that help you become the person who you end up being, and you can be grateful for them, even if they were never meant to be in your life forever. I’m glad I knew you too.
This is what Diane said to Bojack on the roof in the end. After so many years, the show came to the end. It’s a bit rushed, it feels like the crew is trying to get to the closure for every character in the show although life will keep going, everyone may just fall back in the circle, up and down and up and down, and down. And you think there’s a closure for everyone, for everything, but not really, closure is just a convenient excuse to move on.
I really love this show, and really love each of the characters in the show, although it’s such a ridiculous world that humans and animals are living together.
Among all, I like Princess Carolyn most, or rather, I admire her. She’s the only character in the whole show who stays strong no matter what happens to her and she will continue to be that strong pink cat who slaps you and tell you to keep your shit together.
Someone once told me nobody wants to talk about Bojack although it’s a fantastic show, because it’s so depressing. It tells you that you are broken, maybe you are born broken and there’s nothing you can do about it, but still, life goes on, well, at least for most people.
I wanted to write something about the last episode of Bojack Horseman when the show ended two years ago. And this post has lied in my draft for two years, there’s too much emotion in Bojack, and it also feels like there’s so little, so I don’t really know what to say, many things happened in those 6 years, and it also feels like nothing happened. It’s the new year of 2022, I think I should probably clean up my draft posts, deleting them or wrapping them up no matter how much nonsense it is.
“Thank you and it’s going to be ok, and I’m sorry, and… thank you.”