Jul 17, 2022
In Music Forum
In the standard "Infernal Road", the end of each season is a new crisis, or a conflict between the protagonists moving to a new settlement, making the audience look forward to new episodes the following year. The same goes for past seasons of BoJack Horseman. This time, it seems that the audience is looking forward to the climax of the final chapter after three months. But the screenwriter didn't deal with it like this. "Finding the Truth About Sally Lynn's Death" was supposed to be the final climax of "Bojack Horseman," but the writers did the opposite. The focus of the second half of the sixth season is not Image Manipulation Service on the details of this mystery drama, but through many extremely everyday scenes, at a slow pace, let the protagonists of the whole play: Princess Caroline, Diane Nguyen, Mr. Peanut Butter, Tao De, with BoJack, to sort out all kinds of emotional entanglements over the past six seasons, because all of them are going through all kinds of adventures, chaos, and all want to live a stable life, but the trivial things in their lives are challenging their lives. But this time, there are no major shocks such as past disasters, earthquakes, deaths, and the destruction of interpersonal relationships. Instead, it is how the protagonists can settle their injured self in the ordinary days. And the gossip reporter's pursuit of the truth is the climax of course, because that's what the audience expects -- about to destroy BoJack, and let him experience a Hollywood star-like destruction or death, like Sally Lynn's. But the process of finding out the truth was very protracted, as if the gossip reporter did not want to leave the most brilliant achievements before marriage as she said. It is almost a perfunctory attitude of doing things according to the rules and finishing the work.