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 Hollywoo, California.
SOPRANO. DRAPER. UNDERWOOD. HORSEMAN. (Season 3)
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Did You Know?
In the first scene of episode one, BoJack is being interviewed about the success of the show "Horsin' Around". BoJack says, "It's not Ibsen", referring to playwright Henrik Ibsen. In a later episode, BoJack has a flashback to his mother watching the filming of "Horsin' Around". When asked what she thought of the show, she says, "It's not Ibsen." See more
It's actually not anatomically possible for a horse to throw up. See more
[repeated line, a few episodes
It doesn't matter. Nothing... matters.
After BoJack steals the D from the Hollywood sign and the D is destroyed in a helicopter accident in "Our A-Story is a D-Story", the theme song has the Hollywood sign forever missing the "D". See more
Back in the 90's (BoJack's Theme)
Performed by Grouplove See more