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Author Topic: Most important lesson taught by Bojack Horseman  (Read 165 times)

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Most important lesson taught by Bojack Horseman
« on: February 05, 2019, 12:41:07 AM »
Something that's hitting me hard at the moment is that I can't relive the glory days (especially obvious in "Escape from L.A.). I don't just look back, set up a lawn chair and face that direction all day long.

What do you guys think is the most important or relevant subject Bojack has tackled?
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Re: Most important lesson taught by Bojack Horseman
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2019, 01:21:06 AM »
Aging. Which includes you and your family members. Whether you like it or not you will continue to age, relationship conflict will happen, and sometimes tragedy will strike; Which can include illness in yourself, your friends, and even your family. I think this is relevant and important since we as a society tend to put more emphasis on looking youthful, thinking youthful, staying youthful as we continue to age. No one really wants to accept that they're aging and eventually going to die. But that's how it happens, that's how life works.
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