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  • We're as surprised as you are that one of this generation's funniest, most dramatic and most ambitious shows was about a talking horse.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Bojack Horseman episodes, huh?

  • I kind of like this one.

  • How that piece of crap get in there?

  • We already ruled that one out, actually really powerful for this list.

  • We're looking at the episodes that best exemplify how Bojack Horseman pushed the envelope for what a TV show can be.

  • If you haven't seen this animated series yet, keep in mind there will be spoilers.

  • What's the difference between my mother and a disruptive expulsion of germs?

  • One's a coffin fit and the other fits a coffin.

  • Number 10 Roof E class.

  • Settle down, settle down.

  • It's Ruby's turn to present her ancestor head.

  • Okay, teach but the best Bojack Horseman episodes striking unlikely balance between comedy and tragedy.

  • Ruthie has no shortage of witty one liners and ingenious sight gags, but Princess Carolyn's Day is anything but a laughing matter.

  • Today is going to be great.

  • Oh, she was wrong today was gonna suck this W G.

  • A nominated episode is told from the perspective of Princess Carolyn's great great great granddaughter, Ruthie.

  • Voiced by Kristen Bell.

  • Ruthie recounts a horrible day in which Princess Carolyn lost a job, suffered a miscarriage, fired her loyal assistant and called it quits with her boyfriend.

  • We should maybe talk about other options.

  • Okay, here's another option.

  • Get out of my apartment.

  • I'm sorry, you know, save it for your next girlfriend.

  • Since Ruthie is apparently a descendant of Princess Carolyn, were led to believe that there will be a light at the end of this dark tunnel.

  • The biggest gut punch is saved for last, however, as Princess Carolyn reveals that she merely imagined Roof E as a way of coping.

  • But it's fake.

  • Yeah, well, and makes me feel better.

  • Number nine.

  • The dog days are over.

  • Diane has known for a while that it's not working out between her and Mr Peanut butter, but that doesn't make it any easier as their marriage nears its end.

  • Needing an escape from Hollywood, Diane travels to Vietnam to see if she confined herself.

  • 10 reasons to go to Vietnam.

  • A girl cruise personal travel guide number one to reconnect with your ancestral roots, killing two birds with one stone.

  • Diane uses the trip as a basis for a list ical she needs to write.

  • The episode is reminiscent of Lost in Translation.

  • Exploring how an unfamiliar environment can put things into perspective.

  • Reason number nine.

  • To go to Vietnam because it's good to get out of your routine.

  • Is that too similar to reason?

  • Number five.

  • Get out of your natural habitat.

  • No, it's a different thing.

  • It's fine.

  • It's whatever.

  • Diane's Countdown is also smartly woven into the story as she reflects on her past, her culture and the reality she'll have to face upon returning home.

  • Who knew that a top 10 list could be so enlightening?

  • Well, we did really Reason you go to Vietnam is because you accidentally see your soon to be ex husband.

  • Kiss someone else.

  • Number eight stupid piece of shit.

  • Course your mother never loved you.

  • What you expect.

  • That's why, Sarah Linda.

  • That's why Charlotte will never forget you Pretty gonna do.

  • Holly, What you gonna do?

  • Asshole shop?

  • Bojack Horseman is one of the most flawed characters in television, and he's well aware of this now, living under the same roof Bojack finds himself butting heads with his mother.

  • Of course, the real fight is within Bojack, taking us inside his head like never before.

  • The series has received widespread acclaim for its authentic representation of depression, and this any nominated episode sums up why you got a piece of shit, idiot, asshole.

  • Bo Jack's brutal inner monologue will resonate with anyone who's ever felt worthless, toxic and trapped in a vicious cycle of self loathing.

  • It culminates in a bittersweet ending.

  • ASBO Jack and Holly Hawk talk about that little voice in our heads like sometimes I have this tiny voice in the back of my head that goes like, Hey, everyone hates you and they're not wrong to feel that way I know what you mean.

  • Although the conversation leaves him feeling a little less alone, it also feeds into Bo Jack's fear that his depression is hereditary.

  • It's just like a dumb teenage girl thing.

  • But then it goes away.

  • Yeah, number seven.

  • The showstopper.

  • Well, that didn't pan out.

  • We got no leads and the olive garden won't deliver.

  • Sure, when you're there, you're family.

  • Bojack may not realize it at first, but his character, Filbert, reflects his own life.

  • In many ways.

  • When Bojack receives a mysterious letter, he sets out to solve the mystery just like Filbert would.

  • The deeper Bob Jack digs, the harder it gets to differentiate between reality and fiction.

  • Soon enough, he gets completely lost in a labyrinth of painkillers, paranoia and show tunes.

  • Thief episode is like a ticking time bomb or, in this case, a giant Bojack balloon gone rogue.

  • By the time he comes face to face with that balloon, it becomes clear to Bow Jack that he's his own worst enemy.

  • Not even the clever use of foreshadowing could prepare us for this episode ending, which is as uncomfortable as television gets.

  • Number six surprise.

  • As faras farces go few episodes arm or ingeniously crafted than surprise.

  • It opens with pickles and forming her social media followers that her engagement to Mr Peanut Butter is off.

  • The wedding is flashing back to Earlier that night, it's revealed that he told Pickles about his affair, which doesn't come as a surprise to the audience.

  • Mr.

  • Peanut Butters and Pickles is surprised.

  • Leading what is surprising is that Todd had organized a surprise wedding for the couple.

  • Someone just see something don't change the subject, suddenly realizing that this might not be the best time everyone scrambles to sneak out of the house.

  • This amounts to some great visual gags as the guests narrowly avoid being discovered even with a baby on the loose, the episode plays out like a classic screwball comedy while using the animation medium to its full potential.

  • No, no Number five.

  • That's too much, man.

  • We're used to watching Bojack spiral out of control.

  • But seeing him drag somebody else down with him is infinitely more depressing.

  • Sober Jack.

  • Hey, Sarah, you want a party?

  • Oh, thank God.

  • Yes.

  • Following nine months of sobriety, Saralyn jumps at the opportunity to go on a bender with Bojack.

  • What do you say we go on an epic bender?

  • What ensues is like fear and loathing in Las Vegas meets leaving Las Vegas instead of Vegas.

  • Though the drugs and alcohol take Bojack from L.

  • A.

  • To Ohio to make amends, a last Bojack just adds gasoline to the bridges he set on fire.

  • Did you come here to find you know I can't be here?

  • Bojack has let down every person he's ever cared about.

  • But Saralyn is his biggest failure.

  • Voice actress Kristen Schaal scored an Emmy nomination for her performance in this episode, which serves as a heartbreaking end to Sarah Lynn's character Arc.

  • The only thing that matters is right now.

  • This moment, this one spectacular moment we are sharing together, right?

  • Sarah Lynn Carolyn Number four Escape from L.

  • A.

  • You said, if I was in town to give you a call, I want to get a drink.

  • Somewhere down the line, Bough Jack went from being a raunchy Mister Ed to the animated equivalent of Don Draper.

  • In this Mad Men ask episode, Beau Jack decides to get away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood.

  • He ventures to New Mexico, where he rekindles old feelings with Charlotte.

  • This isn't weird for you.

  • You know me having a family, and I wouldn't be weird at our age.

  • It's weird if you don't have a family.

  • Bojack has given a glimpse at the simpler life he could have had, nearly tempting Charlotte to leave her husband for him.

  • Bojack also grows close to Charlotte's daughter, Penny, becoming a surrogate uncle of sorts.

  • This makes it all the more shocking and appalling when Bojack almost sleeps with Penny on Lee to be interrupted by Charlotte Charlotte Penny, go to your room.

  • We didn't even do anything now, Penny.

  • This show has always reserved the mother of all profanities for Bo Jack's lowest moments, and Charlotte's parting words continue to sting.

  • And if you ever try to contact me or my family again, I will kill you.

  • Number three Time's Arrow.

  • We're going to a glorious, magical place where they locked you in a room by yourself.

  • You can't hurt anyone ever again.

  • Given his abusive childhood, it's no wonder why Bojack turned out the way he did.

  • Piecing together Beatrice is memories.

  • However.

  • We find that Bo Jack's mother had uneven Maur, emotionally scarring upbringing.

  • Not only was Beatrice is mother low bottom ized, but her father masked his despicable actions with a cheerful demeanor.

  • One day this will all be a pleasant this'll.

  • Nonlinear episode explores how Beatrice met Bo Jack's father and the lifetime of trauma that she inflicted upon their son.

  • Ah, clean up the kitchen and bathe our filthy charge, and we'll just keep washing through this god damn proletariat dream, they say.

  • Time is an arrow that only moves in one direction.

  • If Beatrice is life proves anything, though, it's that history often repeats itself.

  • The merry go round of bad parenting comes full circle as two babies air heartlessly pulled away from their mothers.

  • We don't want to hold her.

  • No, he'll get a 10 sweet It all must be destroyed.

  • For your own good, I need to hold her.

  • This is for your own good.

  • Keep pretty deservedly won a w g A award for this master class of writing.

  • Can you taste the ice cream?

  • Mom?

  • Oh, Bo check So delicious.

  • Number two fish out of water Fish.

  • They're so annoying.

  • Sorry, lady.

  • No hablo fish talk.

  • If you ask someone with the best part of Bojack Horseman is, they'd probably say the genius dialogue.

  • Except for its beginning and ending, this episode takes a practically silent route, proving the visual storytelling is just as integral to the show's success.

  • Set under the sea, fish out of water commences with one great sight gag after another.

  • The episode evolves into something much more when Bo Jak encounters a baby seahorse who's been separated from its family.

  • Bojack is constantly looking for something to fill the void in its life, be it fame, fortune, booze, drugs or an Oscar nomination Caring for this little seahorse.

  • Bojack experiences true fulfillment.

  • Once they part ways, though, Bojack is reminded of how empty his life is before we unveil our top pick from this amazing animated show.

  • Here are a few honorable mentions what your problem is.

  • You want to think of yourself as the good guy.

  • Well, I know you better than anyone.

  • And I could tell you that you're not.

  • In fact, you'd probably sleep a lot better at night if you just admitted to yourself that you're a selfish, goddamn coward who takes whatever he wants and doesn't give a shit about who he hurts.

  • That's you.

  • That's Bojack!

  • Horseman Thrash to break from gravity.

  • What now?

  • Could slow the drop hall.

  • I'd give for toast to touch the safety back atop.

  • I changed my mind.

  • I change my mind and I don't want it.

  • Okay, but this is the deed is done.

  • Silence drowns the sound.

  • Before I leaped, I should have seen the view from halfway down.

  • No, I really should have thought about the view from halfway down.

  • Find your peace.

  • Find it.

  • I wish I could have known about the view from halfway.

  • So what was all this for?

  • I don't know.

  • I guess it was just a big waste of time.

  • But you can't change the past Time's arrow marches on, right?

  • You can't keep doing shitty things and then feel bad about yourself.

  • Like that makes it okay, You need to be better.

  • Let's see what the suits have to say.

  • That they're gonna wanna bland it up, make it appeal to Middle America.

  • That's the worst part of America other than the bottom and the top and most of the sides.

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  • Number one Free Ciro, where fish out of water was visually driven free.

  • Charo revolves around two epic monologues.

  • You can't rely on other people, Bow Jack.

  • It's good for you to know that.

  • And she's a good mother for teaching you that You've got a head start on most kids, you're actually very lucky.

  • The episode opens with butterscotch horseman scorning his young son.

  • The remaining 20 minutes are dedicated to an adult Bo Jack's eulogy at his mother's funeral.

  • No nothing to contribute.

  • Knock once.

  • If you're proud of me, Bojack repeatedly gets off topic ranting about euros and Becker.

  • Yet everything ties back into Bo.

  • Tax bitterness towards Beatrice Maybe.

  • Wasn't I see you like, uh, I see you all the while.

  • Bojack considers her final words.

  • I see you or I see you intensive care unit.

  • We're in the intensive care unit.

  • She's just reading his son in an effort to see his mother, Bo Jak opens her casket only to realize he's at another funeral.

  • Now, after five seasons wth e episode finally earned Bojack Horseman and outstanding animated program Emmy Nomination.

  • The fact that Will Arnett wasn't nominated for his voice of her performance, however, is the greatest snub since Secretariat.

  • My mother is dead and everything is worse now.

  • Do you agree with our picks?

We're as surprised as you are that one of this generation's funniest, most dramatic and most ambitious shows was about a talking horse.

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