Oh right my review of Bojack Horseman season 4.
So, it's no secret that Bojack is my favorite show (come to think of it Alison Brie is in two of my top three) it's no surprise that this season is one for the history books. Easily my favorite season of the show. Now I know I'm aggressively positive and that usually hinders my reviews but believe me when I say that Bojack doesn't need my positivity. Well it does in a philosophical sense but not in a review way. It does forgo the usual slow burn into depression and skips right over the comedy. Which is not to say that this shit isn't funny anymore, in fact it's the funniest it's been since season one. And, even though if you've seen tv before you can guess the plot twists, it's still so incredibly amazing to get there. But there's one thing that I wouldn't dare spoil. The absolute final shot of this season. It's been built up for like five years, such a simple act that means so much, in a series that's often left me crying I finally found myself laughing out of joy. It's truly magnificent.