BoJack Horseman

TV Show • 2014 • Animation  Report
Season
Episode
19
ajwilmot2023
Though there are no dogs that die, there is discussion in season 5 of parents that are dead dogs
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Kara Gheldof
A horse commits suicide by jumping off a bridge onscreen. Multiple members of Bojack's family (father, uncle, grandparents) have died offscreen before the series starts.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
Yes
156
No
5
15
UnagioLucio
Some of the many talking, humanoid animals die. As far as I recall no regular, non-sapient animals die, because non-sapient versions of animals don't exist in this setting.
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26
Obscured
There are non-sentient chickens that are being farmed for food. One episode centres this concept.
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10
mkay17
But there is a joke referencing it in a flashback scene when Mr. Peanutbutter and Jessica Biel are at a Starbucks in the 2000's.
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Yes
109
No
2
Yes
19
No
110
12
hyperjenb
Princess Carolyn's mother and father died offscreen before the start of the series.
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Does a pet die?
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No
30
12
psychadelicpunk
Even better, there are no dragons.
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15
Logan Plonski
One of the minor characters is a black widow spider.
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9
Logan Plonski
There are anthropomorphic snakes.
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15
Logan Plonski
There are anthropomorphic bugs.
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1
SiRenfield
S4
A prominent arc in the season involves a new character named Hollyhock who was adopted at birth and thinks BoJack might be her biological father and tries to enlist his help finding her mother
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7
kars4kids
The whole plot
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20
hyperjenb
Young Bojack is emotionally abused in several flashbacks, and hit by his father on at least one occasion. A teenage Diane is also shown to be emotionally abused by her family. In S4E10 it is revealed someone has been drugging a teenager without her consent throughout the season, to the point that she passes out. In S5E4 we hear audio of a father verbally abusing and threatening his daughter. In S6E13 the same father verbally abuses her at her college.
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13
series_of_unfortunate_events
[SPOILERS] S2E1: BoJack's parents smash plates and yell at one another. S4E1: In a flashback, BoJack's grandfather smashes a glass and yells at his wife for what is clearly untreated grief. She is deemed hysterical and lobotomized. S4E5: BoJack's mom makes a joke about being hit by her husband. S4E11: Beatrice's father demeans his grieving, lobotomized wife for being a "bad mother." S5E4: Mention of a husband choking his wife. S5E11: BoJack punches a wall and chokes Gina, who clearly suffers from PTSD symptoms afterwards.
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10
BluebellsBestFriend
In Time's Arrow, a lot of that comes from Beatrice's father.
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16
series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E11: During a bender, BoJack shows up at the college of the girl he almost slept with when she was 17, and she is clearly distraught.
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17
FinalFantasyAerith
Drugs are regularly seen being used by the main character and another character dies from an overdose.
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17
galaxynerd
The main character is an alcoholic
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14
Moominland
BoJack is an alcoholic and Sarah Lynn is a drug addict
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3
In the first episode, Todd is tired to a chair by cartel members.
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4
cha0ticnewtsys
Bojack is about to have sex with an underage girl and her mother comes in to see her sitting on his lap. The mother yells at bojack and tells him to leave. The girl later has a PTSD episode/ anxiety attack when she sees him after years of him being gone and is mentioned to have PTSD from the event
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1
ElliotLeDoux
S5
one of the characters is seen to be drowning in a pool, it also is the main plot of one of the episodes, although no one is forcefully held underwater. also in a previous season a dead body is found floating in a pool
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Yes
15
No
1
2
SiRenfield
Granted not NEARLY as bad as other shows but I feel like it’s still worth mentioning that it still occasionally happens even if the punchline isn’t men getting assaulted in itself but some still be triggered by the topic. Such as S4E5 when BoJack recalls surviving a molestation attempt it is viewed as actually horrific, the point of that bit was more that it was the consequence of Beatrice not driving him home after a bad choir performance
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29
series_of_unfortunate_events
[SPOILERS] S2E3: It is implied that Sarah Lynn was sexually abused, though nothing is depicted. S2E11: BoJack nearly has sex with a seventeen-year-old girl, though the girl's mother catches them and puts a stop to it just as they're starting to undress. In a later episode when the girl sees BoJack again, she's clearly made anxious by his presence. S3E6: Anna assaults BoJack. S4E5: There are a few depictions of sexual harassment. S4E10: Mentions of a pedophile molesting children. S5E1: Flip attempts to pull off BoJack's robe, insisting he be naked on camera. S5E4: Significant discussion of misogyny and sexual harassment.
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0
SiRenfield
S4
 E11
Maybe not exactly beaten up but a little girl is pushed off a very tall slide
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1
bitter
Bojack almost sleeps with an underage girl
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14
Mxtaken
S1:E1 2 Characters are interrogated by what is assumed to be the Cartel, and one is shot and killed on screen
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9
galaxynerd
Mr Peanutbutter's agent hangs himself and so does an minor character at the end of the same episode because of auto-erotic asphyxiation
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11
cosmicautopsy
there is a scene in season 5 where a character is strangled but survives. this is a major plot point going forward.
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9
ur_mom_lol
S4 E3 - Todd is said to have circumcised a child. Whether that counts is debatable
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17
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E11: BoJack hallucinates Diane's eye becoming enlarged and popping.
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Yes
0
No
37
4
nour
in season 2 episode 12 Bryan is seen on the Giggleship. he has some cuts on his arm/wrist that kinda look like selfharm or a suicide attempt. it's never mentioned though.
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2
Ashhhhhhhhh
A character is shown having died of auto-erotic asphyxiation; and the entire episode is about that topic
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Yes
0
No
20
8
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E12: A character is heard falling, and another character says he broke nearly every bone in his body. S3E5: Diane trips, and her forearm bends at a wild angle. S3E11: Diane breaks her arm again. S4E7: Someone's hands are crushed by falling debris.
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14
series_of_unfortunate_events
S4E7: Someone's hands are crushed by falling debris.
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1
forufourfour
S5
 E11
BoJack chokes Gina - it's prolonged and shown in close up from both their points of view. Onlookers don't stop it as they believe it's fake. The following episode deals with the fallout from it and Gina is clearly traumatised.
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8
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E5: Diane's brother rips out a tooth trying to open a beer with his mouth.
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11
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: A man is seen falling from a building with no indication if he survived or not. S1E4: A mother bird discusses pushing her baby out of the nest too early. S1E12: Secretariat jumps off a bridge. S2E7: A man preparing to parachute from a burning plane is knocked out, and it's unclear if he was able to pull the cord or not. S6E15: Several characters fall into darkness in a dream. One character reads a poem describing his thoughts while falling from a bridge in his suicide.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E3: A lemur is on fire, though it's not clear if he died or not. S4E7: A man is lit on fire, and another character is nearly burned at the stake.
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Yes
3
No
93
8
FelixW
A whole group of people is buried in S4E7, but they escape in the end (after more than a week)
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9
basillium
In one episode, a background character (who is a lizard) is robbed of her purse and her arm is taken off in the process. It isn't graphic and her arm can be seen growing back in the same scene.
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5
hyperjenb
BoJack's dad died of a head injury. This is only described not shown, in S5E6.
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10
MaineBerger
The 5th episode of Season 2 is centered around the ethical ramification of eating chicken in a universe with anthropomorphic humanoid animals. Inter species cannibalism within chicken is implied.
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2
Amy14
It's played comically but an anthropomorphic woodchuck who loses his hands and goes through a series of 'hand transplants' from other animals (e.g. lobster claws)
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6
There's a 15 year old named Sextina Aquafina who is sexualized. Sarah Lynn was also sexualized as a teenager on a few brief occasions.
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0
SiRenfield
S4
 E11
There is an upsetting scene to a similar effect with a woman separated from a baby after giving birth, but she was gonna give the baby up for adoption regardless she was more upset that she couldn’t hold the baby
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16
Logan Plonski
There are scenes of a war-torn country, where there are many injured children. Children die in an explosion, but their deaths are not shown.
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0
ElliotLeDoux
like half of the characters are anipamorphic animals so yes
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Yes
7
No
1
Yes
1
No
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2
Kapi
S3E11 is an episode where two characters go on a destructive drug binge and one of them dies. This scene gets referenced in later season when upsetting circumstances about the death are revealed.
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4
forufourfour
S4
 E11
A horse doll is burned in front of the child who is protesting and crying, a closeup of the doll's melting face is shown. Other possessions are destroyed in the same scene.
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0
SiRenfield
Beatrice’s older brother died in WWII which has a domino effect on the entire family
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12
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E5: Diane learns her dad has died. He is shown discolored and sitting limply in an armchair. S1E11: BoJack stands at his mom's grave in a hallucination. S4E5: There's a flashback to the drive to the funeral of BoJack's dad. S4E11: A brief still of Beatrice at her dad's funeral. S5E5: Princess Carolyn thinks and talks about her dead mom. S5E6: BoJack speaks at his mom's funeral. S5E7: Mr. Peanutbutter realizes his parents did not really go off to a farm when they got old.
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4
hyperjenb
S1E1 has a flashback where a character is held hostage by drug lords. S2E6 has a brief joke about a TV host getting kidnapped.
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11
series_of_unfortunate_events
S2E3: Mentions of somebody's parents divorcing due to BoJack sleeping with the wife. S2E11: Charlotte is married but kisses BoJack and then tells him to leave. S2E12: Rutabaga, who was sleeping with Princess Carolyn while he was supposedly divorcing his wife, reveals that he has rekindled his relationship with his wife. S5E10: Diane invites Mr. Peanutbutter into her apartment. S5E12: It's confirmed that Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter had sex despite him dating Pickles. The two have sex again. This gets discussed in season 6.
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4
series_of_unfortunate_events
Several episodes with scenes in the shower/bath (no frontal nudity).
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9
series_of_unfortunate_events
S6E15: BoJack has a dream involving many of his dead friends/family members.
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3
gorillazsona
there’s a very uncomfortable scene where bojack is happy and then it suddenly cuts to him in a very offputting state. it’s not so much a jumpscare but it can be noted because it’s jarring and uncomfortable to look at.
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Yes
7
No
1
Are there razors?
S.A.F.E. ALTERNATIVES® (1-800-DONTCUT)
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Yes
7
No
2
Yes
1
No
95
13
hyperjenb
A major subplot of Season 4 involves clown dentists.
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Yes
1
No
50
18
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: BoJack throws up cotton candy in a man's face and later off a balcony. S1E3: Someone throws up at a party. Barf is seen on the walls. S1E7: Todd is heard vomiting. S2E11: A teenager drinks too much and has to be transported to the hospital. S3E10: Someone in the background is heard throwing up. S4E1: Princess Carolyn pukes a few times. S4E10: Beatrice throws up in a man's face. S6E10: Diane is heard throwing up. S6E15: BoJack coughs up a black liquid in a dream.
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Yes
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2
Yes
0
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Yes
0
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4
SiRenfield
Not depicted on screen,but there are occasional references to the attacks such as BoJack hyperbolically declaring Todd's rock opera is worse than a hundred 9/11s and Wanda proposes a special where David Copperfield makes the World Trade Center disappear (she's been in a coma since the 80s) and the rest of the executives awkwardly dance around the subject by only addressing Copperfield 's lack of cultural relevancy in 2015
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5
ivygrows
multiple jokes are made at the expense of the cop characters in the show. many poking fun at their misogyny & general incompetence [noteably S2E5 & S3E3]
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Yes
0
No
11
19
series_of_unfortunate_events
Noteworthy that a minor character (only shown in flashbacks) is lobotomized for "hysteria."
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9
series_of_unfortunate_events
It's revealed early on that BoJack's former friend Herb has cancer and a few months left to live. S1E8 involves BoJack visiting Herb, who is receiving medical treatment from home. S2E3 depicts Herb's funeral. He was in remission at the time he died, but the episode involves discussion of cancer.
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16
series_of_unfortunate_events
Season 6 has numerous scenes in a rehab center. Noteworthy that S4E1 features a flashback of BoJack's grieving grandmother who is lobotomized for "hysteria."
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5
hyperjenb
Can't recall the specifics regarding medical needles, though drug use is a major theme, but there's a running gag in season 6 about people getting stabbed by a baby porcupine's needles, and the resulting stab wounds are at one point mistaken for drug needles.
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11
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: BoJack goes to the hospital for what turns out to be an anxiety attack. He is depicted dying, but it's revealed this is a clip from the sitcom he starred in. S1E7: A very brief clip of BoJack in a full body cast. S1E12: A minor character is seen in lots of casts. S2E11: A teenager gets alcohol poisoning and is seen outside the hospital. S3E5: Diane has to get a cast. S3E7: Someone is seen after delivering her babies. S3E10: Someone is seen resting after surgery. S4E8: Someone is seen resting after a transplant. S4E10: Someone is hospitalized due to an overdose. S4E11: Childbirth. S5E5: BoJack is injured in a fall. S5E9: Post-childbirth. S5E12: Childbirth. S6E6: In a waiting room. S6E14: Todd’s mom is hospitalized for potential cardiac arrest but actually had a panic attack. S6E16: BoJack is briefly seen in the hospital.
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12
hyperjenb
There are no autistic characters in the show. The closest is Judah, who is coded as autistic (likened to the main character of "Rain Man" at one point) who is called "weird" at one point in S4E9, but the person who does this is lashing out and doesn't really mean it.
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Yes
0
No
0
9
series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: BoJack has two anxiety attacks. S4E10: BoJack is shown lying on the floor panicking. S6E8: Hollyhock has an anxiety attack at a party but grounds herself. S6E14: Todd’s mom has an anxiety attack.
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9
No
2
2
cha0ticnewtsys
If you have sensory issues, dislike baby crying and/or repetitive sounds you sound avoid s6e2 “the new client” because the entire episode uses those things constantly
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11
Logan Plonski
There's a flashback of a character committing suicide by jumping off a bridge.
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5
Gizmo..
People suffer from trauma flashbacks
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15
Logan Plonski
There is lots of discussion of body image in season 4, including implications about eating disorders.
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10
Logan Plonski
There is discussion of body image in season 4.
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13
series_of_unfortunate_events
Frequent depiction of using alcohol, drugs, and sex in self-destructive manners. S1E3: Sarah Lynn stabs herself. S5E9: Experiencing withdrawal, BoJack drives into traffic in order to injure himself and get access to more painkillers.
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7
ActuallyNotHayden
In S3EP10 a character proclaims "There's gonna be plenty of people of people around when I kill myself"
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6
series_of_unfortunate_events
S4E6: A character is heard trapped inside a crate.
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3
kiyolux
S1
 E12
Secretariat commits suicide by jumping off of a bridge (2:00s-2:30s).
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2
eridanliker
A few scenes in Season 4 shows someone with dementia drug one person, and attack another
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6
hyperjenb
Some mild documentary-style handheld cam during the cop scenes in S2E5.
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10
series_of_unfortunate_events
The title sequence for seasons 1 and 3 contains several seconds of harsh camera flashes. S3E10: BoJack throws a party that has strobelights (4:00-7:30). S4E10: Light strobe effect (intermittently 0:00-1:40). S5E12: Several seconds of dim but rapid strobe right after the title sequence. S6E13: Dim but fast strobe effect for several seconds (24:30).
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4
There is about one "f-bomb" per season. It is always used sparingly, and only for dramatic effect.
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5
Ehok
Baby Ruthie is crying a lot, shown especially in one episode when her mum is shown as incredibly exhausted by it
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3
SiRenfield
No one directly addresses the audience but there a few meta jokes that play off the fact that it is a TV show
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Yes
0
No
76
18
RowanProcter
Whole storyline about abortions in season 3, including a funny but off-color pop song on the subject.
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11
series_of_unfortunate_events
S3E4: A seahorse gives birth on a bus. S3E7: Mention of a character going into labor. She's later seen with babies. S4E3: A still is shown post-childbirth. S4E11: Henrietta and Beatrice give birth. S5E12: Sadie gives birth.
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cha0ticneutralsystem
No but one of the main characters struggles with having a series of miscarriages
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Logan Plonski
There is a lot of discussion about miscarriages and abortion.
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15
hyperjenb
S4E2 and S4E11: A character in the 1940's suffers suicidal depression after losing her son and is lobotomized due to her "hysteria;" said lobotomy is used to threaten her daughter into repressing her own emotions.
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hyperjenb
In S1E8 a group of protestors are shown with homophobic signs. There's also misogynistic comments in episodes like S2E7 and S4E5. S4E2 mentions Nazis and a character blames Jewish people for WW2. Beatrice sometimes makes outdated comments about gay people and immigrants. S4E5 also has a minor character make racist comments while hitting on Diane. A character in S5E4 makes comments about many different groups (Jewish people, Swedish people, women, etc) but not very graphic and it is exaggerated to being cartoonish. S5E6 has BoJack's dad use homophobic language including the word "q*eer" in a derogatory context.
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Kalyssta
A character yells "I hate Jews" and is forgiven because his a celebrity. The entire episode is about this kind of injust treatment reserved to celebrities and the normalization of their behaviors.
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6
SiRenfield
Is very notable for having good ace representation in Todd and Yolanda and even in-universe aphobia isn’t really encountered that much even if it still portrays the challenges that come with being asexual
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crazyred126
Spoiler: Bojack's old friend Herb has cancer. He is gay and he dies.
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hyperjenb
Throughout season 4, BoJack's senile mother mistakes him for a woman named Henrietta. However, this is not malicious and the misgendering is not the main issue.
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3littledogs
Absolutely none are mentioned or referenced to my knowledge.
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hyperjenb
S2E4: a character is made fun of for her weight gain, and it's later said in S3E11 that fat jokes prompted her to develop an eating disorder. S4E8: Hollyhock is insecure about her weight and BoJack makes insensitive comments about it. S4E11: A young Beatrice is mocked for being fat. There are some other discussions of weight but most of it is played seriously, and most characters who make fat jokes, including the above, are shown in a poor light.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
The first death in the show is Diane's father.
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The_Real_Gunglass_Lady
The lesbian based D slur is used about 3 times in one episode for a joke /:
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No
0
8
There is a scene where Bojack (50s ) and penny (17) almost sleep together but are stopped by Penny's mother
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SiRenfield
Possibly implied in S4E11 as Beatrice refers to herself as a “ruined woman” which seems to suggest that the one night stand with Butterscotch that rendered her pregnant was her first time having sex. It also nearly happens in S3E2 with two teenagers ,but it’s interrupted before it could commence and even then one of them is a closeted asexual trying to avoid having sex
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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No
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hyperjenb
It's implied that Sarah Lynn was sexually abused by her stepfather. She mentions in S2E4 she can recognize the taste of bear fur because he was a bear and as a child doesn't want to be in her dressing room in S6E5 because her stepfather is "being weird."
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SiRenfield
The setting doesn’t have any non-anthropomorphic animals so all human/animal relationships in the show at least pass the John Harkness test if that kind of thing doesn’t bother you. Although if it does you might have a bad time with this one
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envystar
genitalia is censored but otherwise the full body is shown
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0
SiRenfield
In-universe at least, the series does have pretty nuanced female characters and frequently satirizes the misogynistic, male gazy side of Hollywood. One notable example however is the Season 5 premiere dealing with concerns that there’s too many scenes sexualizing women in an in-universe TV show that Bojack is in and the director tried to balance out by subjecting BoJack to one even though he’s uncomfortable at the idea
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series_of_unfortunate_events
Several sex scenes (no frontal nudity) throughout the series. S2E6 involves lots of discussion of auto-erotic asphyxiation. S3E3 has scenes at a strip club. Season 5 features a sex robot built with dildos/buttplugs that uses lots of dirty phrases.
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Barnie
Yes, when BoJack is a child and his mother punishes him for "being alive"
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1
Herb Kazazz has cancer. Bojack's mom is shown as generally ill when she got old. Diane struggles with depression throughout multiple seasons. There might be more but those are the ones I remember off the top of my head.
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motorcycledudebro
Bojack's mother suffers from dementia.
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2
SiRenfield
S2
 E12
Mr. Witherspoon has a fatal stroke but it’s off screen. You can see his son totally distraught about it though
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1
forufourfour
S3
 E6
Episode 3x06 centres abortion and some anti-choice views are featured, though it's clear the show disagrees with them.
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1
Kapi
A young man who got thrown out from home crashes on Bojacks couch
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Yes
0
No
9
14
hyperjenb
In the Christmas special, Bojack's character admits that Santa is a lie in a way that is phrased like denying the existence of God.
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14
Kara Gheldof
This question is a bit obscure for TV shows. The show has not ended but many of the episodes have very depressing endings, especially the 11th episode of every season.
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Eefinbeefin
There are several depictions of horns honking, tires screeching, and wrecks throughout the series, including the first episode. If this could trigger you, please do not watch this show.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: A car crash is heard and a flaming tire rolls across the screen. S2E3: Mentions of Herb being in a car crash. S2E4: Princess Carolyn drives recklessly and causes other cars to crash. S2E5: BoJack drives recklessly and causes other cars to crash. S2E6: BoJack causes a crash off screen. S2E11: Penny crashes into a sign. S3E8: A character driving recklessly is heard crashing. S3E10: A flashback shows a character swerving off the road into a lake. S3E11: BoJack drives under the influence and causes crashes. S4E1: Two characters in a flashback crash. S4E6: BoJack hits two parked cars. S5E9: BoJack drives into oncoming traffic. S6E5: A fake car wreck is set up on a TV set. No crash is shown.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E6: A helicopter crashes, and it's unclear if the pilot survives. S2E7: A burning plane is shown coming down but is not shown/heard crashing. A character parachutes out of the plane.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S2E4: BoJack hits a deer. S3E6: BoJack hits a minor character. S3E10: Someone is hit by a bus. S3E11: BoJack hits a pedestrian.
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series_of_unfortunate_events
S1E1: A man is shot, and Todd gets sprayed with blood. S1E3: Sarah Lynn stabs herself. S1E6: A man gets stabbed numerous times. S1E11: There are large blood smears in BoJack's house. BoJack hallucinates Diane becoming seriously deformed and growing all kinds of extra body parts. S2E5: There's a chicken slaughterhouse with bloody axes. S2E9: A character gets shot in the arms. S3E7: Several people are shot. S4E1: Two characters get some pretty deep cuts due to a car crash. S5E1: BoJack gets covered in fake blood. S5E7: Lots of fake blood on a TV set. S5E9: Fake blood on TV set. S6E5: An actress has a fake rod jammed through her abdomen for a TV show. S6E15: Blood pours from a bullet wound in someone’s head.
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S5E11: A nuclear missile hits LA on a TV show.
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S1E1: Someone is shot and killed. S1E8: Todd is carjacked at gunpoint, but the gun is never fired. S1E9: A woman points an AK-47 during a staged bank robbery. S1E11: BoJack and Todd have guns and fire them in a hallucination. S2E1: A minor character is shown in a war zone. S2E9: Police exchange fire with a woman breaking into a gallery. S3E7: A flashback to the gallery shoot-out, where several people are shot. S4E5: The episode contains discussions of mass shootings and gun legislation. S5E7: Lots of shooting in a TV show.
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S1E11: BoJack imagines a hypothetical death where he lets himself drown. S3E10: Stills in a flashback show a character almost drowning. BoJack nearly drowns but is revived. S3E12: A few people drown. S4E1: BoJack and a minor character almost drown. S4E7: Many characters are trapped in a space filling with water and almost drown. S6E15: BoJack is shown dead in a pool.
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