After starring in the popular sitcom "Horsin' Around" in the late 80s and early 90s, BoJack Horseman struggles with his deteriorating popularity, depression, addiction, and maintaining the relationships with those he cares about, but can't seem to stop hurting, all while living in the satirical, pun-filled city of Hollywood, California.
Don't look back. You're not going that way.
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Did You Know?
Patrick Carney of the Black Keys recorded the theme to this show as a test of his new home studio, with his uncle providing saxophone. The song was never intended to be used for anything, until Carney was approached by the show's creators, who asked to use the track as their opening theme. See more
It's actually not anatomically possible for a horse to throw up. See more
That's too much, man!
After Todd breaks BoJack's bed in the first episode, the opening title sequence shows the corner of the bed being held up by books. See more
Back in the 90's (BoJack's Theme)
Performed by Grouplove See more