BoJack Horseman season 7 offers the uncut gem one chance to project himself in a new light.
- Season 6 ambiguous finale opens the door for Bojack Horseman season 7
- Why BoJack deserves a second chance with BoJack Horseman season 7?
- BoJack Horseman is one show that got mental health just right
After showing the death sequence of BoJack in the penultimate episode, the makers did just right by not letting him die in the finale episode. And this leaves us with a hint that one day the humanoid horse will return all-refashioned, with BoJack Horseman season 7.
Season 6 ambiguous finale opens the door for Bojack Horseman season 7
The penultimate episode of BoJack Horseman Season 6 part 2 titled “The View From Halfway Down” places BoJack in a dream death sequence where he meets influences from his past. The final shot left us wondering if BoJack was really dead. But the writers chose to go another way by reviving him and giving him prison sentence instead of in the finale episode.
A year later, BoJack is released on furlough and he attends the wedding of his ex-girlfriend, Princess Carolyn with Judah (her uptown assistant). Diane reveals to him that she is happily engaged to Guy and moving to Houston. Todd moves in with his girlfriend, Maude. Mr. Peanutbutter has seen the end of his relationship with Pickles and is trying to move on in his life.
Everyone has moved on in their lives and final scene reinforces the pain which BoJack feels when he says to Diane on the rooftop,
“Hey, wouldn’t it be funny if this was the last time we talked to each other?” and Diane long silence suggests in fact it is.
Only Bojack Horseman season 7 can break this never-ending pain. Netflix, are you listening?
This is why BoJack deserves a second chance with Netflix’s BoJack Horseman season 7
Raphael Bob-Waksberg opted to go with a finale that clearly says, it is not a metaphorical sunset for BoJack and subtly reminds that life is hard and every rough patch seems like death but in the end, one does survive. We have seen his world drifting apart when the final episode shows all his folks moving on in their lives.
He will return to prison but 14 years later can come back and BoJack Horseman season 7 can smoothly pick up from there. What if a 14-year break from the real world reboots his life and starts an entirely new chapter.
No official announcement has been made on Bojack Horseman season 7 but undead BoJack gives us hope that sooner or later, writers will write another cathartic tale around him.
BoJack Horseman is one show that got mental health just right
Netflix adult animated series tells the story of a washed-up 90s TV star BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) and his struggles with addiction, relationships and trouble maintaining his celebrity status. The narrative of depressed, alcoholic horse deeply resonated with people dealing with mental health issues.
Some saddest quotes of BoJack Horseman series that hit you where it hurts the most
- “Every happy ending has the day after the happy ending.”
- “I am in pain, all the time. My whole life. And you have no idea.”
- “Everybody loves you, but no one likes you”
- “You were born broken, that’s your birthright. You’re Bojack Horseman. There’s no cure for that.”
- Life Is A Series Of Closing Doors, Isn’t It?”
BoJack’s life was rough all through and is again back in prison. We as fans need a nicotine patch with BoJack Horseman season 7 to come out from this lingering pain.