BoJack and Carolyn are the most fully formed characters on the program and they are also the characters who have known each other the longest (23 years, as is constantly referenced by Carolyn throughout this episode) so the ground that is unearthed between them is the most fertile ground that this program has to offer. Thus, placing a bottle episode at this point in the season, and featuring these two characters, is a masterstroke from the BoJack Horseman writers. 03 - BoJack Kills. With Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins. Princess Carolyn definitely does not agree with this definition of love but, at this point, why argue against it? The naivety of a husband trying his best to provide for his family seems so much more heartbreaking when we know where his plans will lead him to. For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet. 11 - That's Too Much, Man! The two scenes have parallels in how they break the viewer’s heart by contrasting the naive people of the past who began with good intentions and the failure that those people ended up with. This doesn’t really work so well as an option when BoJack can’t skip the part where he’s jobless due to her mistakes. He pointedly tells Princess Carolyn, “you make me feel bad”, putting the blame on her. To open ‘Ozymandias’ with the contrast between the earlier, more carefree days and the latter day reality of Walt’s crumbling empire is a genius move by Vince Gilligan and episode director Rian Johnson. But, despite Carolyn’s anger and pleas throughout the episode, BoJack knows he has to remain strong and look past their history with one another to make the correct decision for his career. Directed by Amy Winfrey. The reason this episode works so well is because it doesn’t try to vilify BoJack for now trying to fire Carolyn after all she’s done for him. Just 'cause you're good at something doesn't mean you have to do it. Yarn is the best way to find video clips by quote. Kate Purdy. And he may have to go back to that life with one less friend in it. Hollyhock Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack. This is an incredibly selfish statement for BoJack to make. People are sleeping on this episode (and also stop the presses which is another masterpiece), View production, box office, & company info, Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by), It is a rare opportunity in a show to have two characters that we know as deeply as these two hash out all of the complex details of their relationship with so much on-the-line in the outcome. BoJack has let Carolyn down and broken her heart repeatedly yet, despite this, Carolyn has continued to be a rock for BoJack, both professionally and personally. When Carolyn explodes at BoJack outside of the restaurant, she isn’t just chastising his recent decision; it is 23 years of pent up anger being released. Carolyn has stood by BoJack through his meltdowns and self sabotage, even sticking by him when he became “too portly for TV”, and therefore she can’t accept that he won’t give her the same leeway that she was always willing to give him as a client. 25 min "BoJack Horseman" Best Thing That Ever Happened (TV Episode 2016) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Mar 30, 2020 - 14.7k Likes, 24 Comments - (@bojackscenes) on Instagram: “Best Thing That Ever Happened [3x09 06 - Brrap Brrap Pew Pew. Yarn is the best way to find video clips by quote. BoJack Horseman Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. The phone call ends and the gunshots of the present day desert scene echo in the background to bring us back to reality. To be reminded of the bumbling, worrisome family man that he once was makes this downfall all the more unsettling. 07 - Stop the Presses. More importantly, it feels like the right thing to do, both for BoJack’s career and for the show itself. 04 - Fish Out Of Water. This incessant arguing from them is exactly why BoJack was correct at the beginning of their meeting to state that there is no longer any “professional integrity” to their relationship (even if he is almost entirely to blame for this lack of professional integrity). BoJack rudely tells her to be quiet so that he can sleep whilst Carolyn stays awake looking anxious. She has been a great friend and an almost perfect agent, and she is now going to have to fight a losing battle for her client and, in turn, her career due to the snowballing of her recent mistakes. It may come to pass that BoJack wins his Oscar but loses Carolyn as a friend in the process due to this decision, and that is exactly the type of place BoJack Horseman excels at taking its characters. Of course, the argument eventually turns personal and BoJack admits that part of the reason he wants to end their relationship is because he feels bad around Princess Carolyn because she makes him feel as though he wasted her thirties. From the beginning we have the feeling that this episode may be the end of their relationship (just as we sense in the opening of ‘Ozymandias’ that Walt’s empire has a short time left for this world) and to open the episode with a reminder of what they could have had if they were just slightly different people will make the impending breakdown of their relationship all the more upsetting. Carolyn tells BoJack that she didn’t simply put up with him, she enjoyed being with him and she doesn’t regret it, even if it has led them to a place in life where neither of them are particularly happy, professionally or personally. Find all the best video clips for "Best Thing That Ever Happened - BoJack Horseman [S03E09]" at