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>> No. 19887 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 7:15 pm
19887 Bojack Horseman
I wasn't expecting it to be good at all, but this is a really good show.

It's like watching David Duchovny's biography.
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>> No. 19889 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 7:46 pm
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My experience with it went as thus: "Eh, this will probably be some Family Guy type crap for hipster furries. I'll probably watch a couple of episodes and be bored of it." Then six hours later the sun was coming up and I'd watched the whole series.

Wasn't nearly as impressed by the second series sadly. Half of the episodes felt like I may as well have just been reading TV Tropes, as though they were expecting us to laugh just because there was a recognisable trope in effect to begin with. The first series was cleverer than that.
>> No. 19890 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 7:55 pm
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I'm watching season 2 just now, and I've only laughed the once so far (when that eagle swoops down and takes that mouse holding Todd's tenner). I thought it was just starting slow.
>> No. 19891 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 8:27 pm
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Season 1 really hooked me, I'm not entirely sure on S2 but it had its moments (the boat stuff...man).

I think if you've ever been a bit depressed you owe it to yourself to watch the first season.
>> No. 19892 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 8:50 pm
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I didn't want to sound like a twat and I was worried you all might just take the piss, but season one spoke to me. I think Bojack might be my spirit animal.
>> No. 19896 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 9:19 pm
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I suspect a lot of the troubles of BoJack are fairly universal to the modern human condition.

At least for the type of wanker that posts on .gs.

Of which I am one.

God I love BoJack.
>> No. 19897 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 9:20 pm
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I agree. I'm a bit worried that I saw so much of myself in him, especially since I've read many different people diagnosing him with Borderline Personality Disorder.
>> No. 19898 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 9:29 pm
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Shit, well that makes a lot of sense. I was diagnosed with BPD when I was 22. Emotionally unstable sub-type.

It affects my ability to deal with emotional stress, but beyond that I function fine (other than the binge drinking).
>> No. 19900 Anonymous
18th August 2015
Tuesday 9:41 pm
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I'd never even heard of BPD until it was mentioned in the Bojack subreddit. But a lot of it is strikingly similar to how I am. I guess if I do go and get diagnosed with it then I'll have a lot to thank a cartoon horse for.
>> No. 19937 Anonymous
4th September 2015
Friday 1:09 pm
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Now why did the series have to go and end like that?

I hate running, I've always hated running. There's no chance I'm going to keep doing it every day. Does this mean I'm stuck in my Bojack-esque life forever? In a (pair of) series that grasped me by the hand in feeling not quite so alone in my crippling emotional isolation this moment left me feeling more alone and isolated than ever.
>> No. 19938 Anonymous
4th September 2015
Friday 1:31 pm
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>Emotionally unstable sub-type.
I hope you're female, because if you are that's pretty much the average woman and you have nothing to worry about.
>> No. 19940 Anonymous
4th September 2015
Friday 3:16 pm
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Of course she is a lass. Men aren't diagnosed with BPD, they are diagnosed with PTSD. I don't know why.
>> No. 19941 Anonymous
4th September 2015
Friday 3:31 pm
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There is a difference between unstable hormones and a personality disorder, though granted the line is hard to make out to the untrained eye.

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