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Enjoyable, but feels like such a standard comedy central animated show at this point. There was some fairly legit if not exactly subtle satire about military admiration, and I laughed at "steal a meal from Neal McBeal the Navy Seal," but something's missing for me somehow I guess I can't get over it feeling like a warmed over version of Archer with animals.

Keith Olberman did a good job parodying himself, and Todd is quickly becoming my favorite character on the show with his Japanese girlfriend/scammer subplot. The meat of the episode was fun enough, and had enough laughs, that I was amused even if I wasn't entirely on board.

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Better than the first episode, the show seems to be finding its place. This one was definitely funnier. And BoJack certainly has a point regarding how every American who goes to war is automatically considered a hero. The satire was on point.

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I found this second episode a lot funnier than the 1st. Even the quick absurd gags like the chiken dropping an egg were better. At least to me.

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Nice speech on heroes and military adoration in the US. But already a lot interesting and funny than the first one. Only real funny part was the very short childhood stories.

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This episode shows how reality shows and news on TV have become a hoax. Covering inconsequential aspects while overlooking at other substantial problems that society encounters.

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This show is amazing, I’ve watched it like 5 times all the way through and it never gets old

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People don't like the truth? Okay.

BoJack be spitting straight facts in this episode. I do like it more than the first, and it was less depressing than the last, so I'm glad. So BoJack isn't willing to talk about some hard truths from his past, yet he's willing to shout out some hard facts about society and everything else? And it's only at the end BoJack decides to divert his truth-speaking powers towards his memoir. Diane seems like more of a mentor or close friend for BoJack already. This episode was neat.

It's solid.

7/10

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