The season concludes with BoJack making a hard decision with some help from an old friend.
BoJack’s addiction takes him to some dark places in an episode that blends fantasy and reality.
BoJack’s own existence blurs with that of his tortured character.
BoJack’s reunion with Hollyhocks takes a dark turn that forces him to confront some of his deep-seated issues.
Mr. Peanutbutter reflects on his relationships, and decades of Halloween parties, in a time-shifting episode.
BoJack tries therapy while Diane uses extreme measures to end Flip’s writer’s block.
BoJack says good-bye to his mother, and works through some feelings about existence itself, in a standout episode.
Princess Carolyn returns home in a flashback-filled episode.
BoJack tries to be a good feminist ally, with mixed results.
Mr. Peanutbutter gets to know Pickles while BoJack and Gina’s relationship meets some challenges.
Diane embarks on a journey of discovery that doesn’t quite go as planned.
As BoJack makes an earnest effort to be a better person, he discovers the world doesn’t necessarily want him to achieve that goal.
Season two comes to an unsatisfying close, in spite of some shocking revelations and heady philosophizing.
The season’s penultimate episode sees characters plunging deeper into their quests, and some shocking twists.
“Kiksuya” finally lets us into the beautiful story of Akecheta’s life.
The puzzle is getting easier to solve.
Let’s talk about that big twist.
“Akane No Mai” is the best episode of Westworld yet.
What is the “true purpose” of a place like Westworld?
“Virtù e Fortuna” is the pulpiest episode yet.