After failing to become an Oscar nominee, Bojack calls the one person who he knows will respond to him interested in a self hating bender, Sarah Lynn. For weeks, Bojack and Sarah take a road trip though Bojacks recent history, attempting to make amends with all that he has hurt. Through the drug and alcohol fueled trip, he fails to make anyone but himself feel better, while reopening old wounds with Penny, Learning Princess Carolyn has moved on, mistaking a child as Todd, learning that Ana Spankopita sees Bojack on the decline with no intentions of joining him, and role playing to apologize to Diane. After many blackouts and lapses in memory Bojack finally confesses love for Sarah Lynn after realizing that she knows more than anything what made Bojack himself. She realizes she has won an Oscar and spirals herself into self hatred and sadness when Bojack takes her to the Planetarium. As Bojack comes to self actualization and realizes the scope of his life with Sarah, he realizes Sarah ...
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The painting above Sarah Lynn's bed is a spoof of "Ophelia" by John Everett Millais. See more
See, Sarah Lynn? We're not doomed. In the grand scheme of things, we're just tiny specks that will one day be forgotten. So it doesn't matter what we did in the past, or how we'll be remembered. The only thing that matters is right now. This moment. This one spectacular moment we are sharing together. Right, Sarah Lynn? Sarah Lynn? Sarah Lynn?
BoJack Horseman Theme
Written by Patrick J. Carney
(as Patrick Carney) and Ralph Carney See more