Since its debut in 2014, Bojack Horseman has simply grown and grown in popularity, and can genuinely count itself among the best original content Netflix has to offer. Spanning six seasons, the show has seen its characters grow over time, and many are nothing like the people we were introduced to in Season 1.
Bojack himself is, for a good majority of the show's span, a terrible person. He has treated those around him like dirt, ruined the lives of those he cared about, and even dragged Sarah-Lynn out of sobriety to the bender that would end her life.
Naturally, there is a lot of focus on the titular horse and his flaws. Almost like Breaking Bad, we find ourselves rooting for the character who, by all logic and standards, should be hated. But through the years, Bojack did try to better himself, despite hitting rock bottom on more than one occasion.
Perhaps somewhat hidden, there are good deeds and kind moments to come from Bojack. Though they may be fewer and further between than the things that make us question whether he actually has a heart, there have been times when Bojack Horseman has done something to make looking in the mirror that little bit easier for him.
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