Here's What The Special Christmas Bojack Horseman Episode Is All About

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The 25-minute long special Christmas episode is created and written by Raphael Bob-Waksberg

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bojack Horseman, an adult animated television show, has been creating some holiday-themed episodes. One of them is Sabrina’s Christmas Wish which was aired on December 19, 2014. In the episode, BoJack and Todd decide to watch a special Christmas episode of Bojack’s old television show, Horsin' Around to celebrate the holidays. The name of the episode matches with Horsing Around’s first-holiday special. The 25-minute long episode is created and written by Raphael Bob-Waksberg.

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A head start for Bojack Horseman 

Bojack went through a very disturbing childhood, desperately craving love and affection. Years later, Bojack got the love and attention for a short time when Horsin’ Around was on television and he was a loveable, affable, and endearing character. The problem was that the character he was playing in the show was not really him. He was a completely different person and doing something that one doesn’t like will just end up being a disaster. But the best thing about the show is it teaches the viewers to face the problems Bojack is facing. It helps by giving an idea and path to how to make yourself happier. 

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