The film is a reflection of celebrity culture, which have the power to hurt those around them. However, producer Raphael Bob-Wakeberg skillfully convinces viewers to empathize with the main character, arguably the worst character with addiction. After the halfway point of season 6, Bojack has repeatedly considered the limits and whether he is reaching his true self. And with Bojack finally finding his true self, the film begs the question: Can Bojack live with this new self, or revert to the toxic habits that nearly destroyed his life??
Things seemed pretty smooth at first, but Bojack kept his sanity and his teaching organized at Wesleyan by giving advice to students trying to become actors.
Along with that is an unsuccessful attempt to connect with her sister – Hollyhock. But these didn’t really last long as Hollywood Reporter journalists were always trying to dig up the story of Sarah Lyn’s death. Bojack actually didn’t try to hide the truth, because these things caused him to live in fear for a long time, more importantly, Bojack didn’t want to disappoint some people who really cared about him, specifically Diane.