We can all agree that this is the best animated comedy to come out in recent years, right?
>only watched two episodes
>thinks he can speak for the whole show
I mean, say what you will about investing time into a show, but that would have been just one more hour of watching for you to get a better opinion than the shit one you got, anon.
Rick and Morty wins. Bojack couldn't keep me in s2, whereas rick and morty, although the quality dropped slightly it was still a fantastic show.
Season 3 will tell though, apparently they've gone out and hired a bunch of women writers. Just 'cos.
Ironic as it sounds, BH is more grounded in the real world than R&M. R&M is about doing stupid shit and having fun in dumb scifi fuckall worlds. BH is about the struggle of fading out of while still clinging to your prime time.
Ahh, i thought they showcased Summer a bit more; not that it's an issue.
But it will be interesting how it changes as more writers add a different influence, i don't think bojack has a chance.
>Boondocks X rick & morty crossover would be fucking awesome.
One thing i did like was the attribution of animal to personality.
It just hasn't saved the series, as it's been overdone in every form of media... i mean shit, MAUZ.
I honestly enjoyed more Summer. From a writer's standpoint, I think she's fun and has a lot of room to grow as a character. I enjoy the prospect of her being Rick's sidekick in an alternate universe.
What I disliked about this season, however, were the amount of B-plots dedicated to Jerry and Beth. They dragged the show down. Hopefully the next season puts them in more sci-fi situations.
It was one of those shows that I feel like if someone recommended me I'd fucking hate it, but having discovered it before it was all over the place made it niche and tolerable a couple years ago
I haven't seen every animated comedy in recent years but I think it's second only to RIck and Morty, though they have rather opposite dynamics in terms of drama juxtaposed with comedy.
Rick and Morty is a comedy with drama and feels, Bojack Horseman is a feelsy drama with comedy. I don't recall laughing a great deal while watching Bojack (although it does have some fantastic jokes and gags) but it felt much more like a take on depression. When I watched it I was actually in the middle of the worst depression I've faced in my entire life, having coped with clinical depression for a rather long time myself. It felt like it was much more character oriented and humor came from that, whereas the opposite is true for R&M - the more depressing moments came from the characters when the comedy stopped instead of the other way around.
I think they're sort of apples and oranges and I don't prefer comparing them, but I do think R&M just edges it out overall due to its creativity.
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