Jul 17, 2022
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With the investigation of the truth, BoJack's past dark history was also exposed one by one in the revelations of the many people he hurt. But it's not the gossip reporter who plays the key role, but the TV show that accompanies BoJack in media promotion. The process of this change is quite anti-plot climax, but it alludes to the epitome of the "real world" where various attitudes and interests are exchanged within the American Hollywood media. MV5BNGY2NDQzNTItNzdkYi00MDgzLWIxMTMtZTVh Photo Credit: BoJack Horseman IMDb When BoJack first appeared on the show, he portrayed himself as a victim of broken families and Hollywood culture, gaining sympathy from the world. But because of the emergence of the revelations, the Image Manipulation Service second interview revealed the truth of Sally Lynn's death, which in turn destroyed BoJack. Sally Lynn dies of a drug overdose from BoJack. And when Bojack found Sally Lynn unconscious at the planetarium, he didn't send her to the doctor immediately, but spent more than 20 minutes to deal with the traces of his relationship with her before calling the police, which resulted in Sally Lynn's death. Following the reporter's questioning, BoJack, although not deliberate, always used the women around him to ease the pain caused by his broken childhood, and then caused the psychological harm of those women, but he was unwilling to take responsibility. Whether it is the shadow of the seduction of the daughter of an old lover, or the exposure of Sally Lynn to alcohol as a child, and then addicted, and finally leads to the death of drug addiction. He should be held accountable no matter what, but he didn't. As soon as the second exclusive interview came out, BoJack instantly became the public enemy of the whole people and had nowhere to go.