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AWESOME ANIMATIONS #1: Bojack Horseman - The Old Sugarman Place

First on our list for awesome animations is Season 4, Episode 2 of Bojack Horseman. Offering one of the darkest episodes in the series but also managing to tell the story in a very unique way
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  1. Dasderpy096


    پیش 18 روز

    Let us all take a second to imagine "Saving Private Ryan" in Bojack Horseman's style.....Carry on.

  2. Henry Carmichael

    Henry Carmichael

    پیش 18 روز

    I loved how Bojack destroyed the house and just drove home!

  3. Shelli C

    Shelli C

    پیش ماه

    one thing I noticed (and I'm not sure if this was done on purpose or not) is that the cruelest non human characters have human names. JOSEPH Sugerman and BEATRICE Horseman. The others (Bojack, hollyhock, crackerjack, etc..) all have 'odd' names.

  4. Swift Nimblefoot

    Swift Nimblefoot

    پیش ماه

    Just a hint btw (well, probably comes too late 2 years later) but maybe call this something other than Awesome Animations since Mr Enter already calls his reviews of good shows and movies a similar name. Mind you you are far better of a reviewer than him...

  5. Swift Nimblefoot

    Swift Nimblefoot

    پیش ماه

    Was dark episode, but frankly I feel lobotomy at this era was not really practiced as much as the show seems to indicate - heck there was already valium and such to treat what they called "female hysteria". At any rate, while it shows why Beatrice herself decided to become unemotional and unattached to her son, it does not excuse her for having that son in the first place, or how she could have been so unashamed to her dying day about how he treated BoJack.

  6. Plasmatize


    پیش ماه

    "Why, I have half a mind," One of the best, most unsettling lines in the series.

  7. Lena Morris

    Lena Morris

    پیش 2 ماه

    Has anyone noticed the the place he goes is called Harper's landing and the name of his child he images with Charlotte is also named harper. He also imaged them staying in a cabin by a lake🤔

  8. Bear Bear

    Bear Bear

    پیش 3 ماه

    When I first looked at bojack horseman, like everyone else, I dismissed it as another cheaply animated cash-grab comedy with no emotional depth. I was unbelievably wrong. This show has made me laugh until I can't breathe, it's made me cry actual tears, and it actually helped me come to terms with a lot of stuff involving my parents and the way I was raised. I won't get into it, but I connected with bojack on a deep level. If you are thinking about watching this show, do it. You will not regret it, I promise.

  9. Mato Rex

    Mato Rex

    پیش 3 ماه

    I have been thinking for a long time... About Sugarman. And I came to this conclusion: he's not the bad guy. He was doing what society wanting him to do. In an extreme way. In a toxic way. But. Society is toxic, is dementia, is horrible. And he just wanted a normal family, to be a normal man. Why am I saying this? Because he loved his wife. And his children. He only followed society norms. And it sucked a lot. But all he says is related to social manners in that era. Because, at the end, when Beatrice grows up, she's a smart, courage, intelligent woman! She was very well raised! Even tho she suffered a lot, she was extremely wise fby her age. That means, she got a good education. Her father let her be. He could have been WAY WORSE. WAY WAY WORSE. But Beatrice (before having Bojack) had a bright future. Maybe I didn't explain myself quite well. Sorry about that, English is not my first language. I hope my message was clear!

  10. John Porteous

    John Porteous

    پیش 4 ماه

    Bojack's grandfather is literally Joseph P Kennedy

  11. Jamison Is me

    Jamison Is me

    پیش 4 ماه

    9:20 and he finds a solution (add) FRIDOTS

  12. Rachit Maheshwari

    Rachit Maheshwari

    پیش 4 ماه

    I don't know if anyone noticed- I have half a mind comes up later in the episode as well, Just when Honey and Beatrice are about to head out, Honey says - I have half a mind to paint the town redder the banks of Normandy

  13. Ichabod El clown

    Ichabod El clown

    پیش 5 ماه

    Sugar man seems to have a lot of personality that clay from Moral Orel has with how they act toward their family.

  14. kaylee smith

    kaylee smith

    پیش 6 ماه

    In one of the first episodes, BoJack says he’s about 1,200lbs, so Eddie would have to be super strong to fly him up that high.

  15. Wolf Wizard

    Wolf Wizard

    پیش 6 ماه

    Bna thumbs up yes down no

  16. Daniel Lau

    Daniel Lau

    پیش 6 ماه

    How you gonna not review s4e11? That episode was written so well and really showed how messed up beatrice had become due to her life. Plssss do an episode on it

  17. Susen


    پیش 6 ماه

    The fact that her husband would even suggest something so ungodly horrible makes me feel like he's far worse than even the most abusive of people

  18. nightsage217


    پیش 6 ماه

    And Beatrice eventually lose her mind as well....

  19. Randy Richmond III

    Randy Richmond III

    پیش 6 ماه

    "Well i have half a mind to kiss you with that smart mouth" I never noticed that...😰😰😱😱😨

  20. Sonny ShuffleBottom

    Sonny ShuffleBottom

    پیش 6 ماه

    Anyone notice how that song sounds just like “just keep dancing”

  21. hop off my dick

    hop off my dick

    پیش 6 ماه

    For some reason the sequel, time's arrow, fucked me up a lot more than this one. It was just so haunting.

  22. ClumsyVash


    پیش 7 ماه

    Lol this show is alot of trashy sjw topics sprinkled with look we tackle real life issues I DONT WATCH ANIMATION FOR REAL LIFE CRAP MY GAWL

    • Ren Amamiya

      Ren Amamiya

      پیش 2 ماه

      How ignorant.

  23. Rose Strife14

    Rose Strife14

    پیش 7 ماه

    Tbh, This is the only episode of Bojack I could sit through.

  24. Dillon Walsh

    Dillon Walsh

    پیش 7 ماه

    Hey bud, I know you’re not from the US, but lobotomies weren’t at ALL “quickly” abandoned. They were still being prescribed into the 1970s. Those shadows walk among us in this country to this day.

  25. finn. the end

    finn. the end

    پیش 7 ماه

    I kinda want him to do more bojack stuff

  26. Nemanja Markovic

    Nemanja Markovic

    پیش 7 ماه

    lobotomi omg

  27. Adrian Bell

    Adrian Bell

    پیش 7 ماه

    I nearly cried during this

  28. Charlie Rei

    Charlie Rei

    پیش 8 ماه

    Even with Bea's heart wrenching backstory I just cant feel bad for the way she treated Bojack. Theres one thing to be removed from your children but Beatrice wholly hated Bojack and constantly bullied him.....

  29. L N

    L N

    پیش 8 ماه

    The lobotomy had me crying, it's so sad

  30. Gillbear


    پیش 8 ماه

    This and the view from halfway down are my two favorites

  31. SirEvilestDeath


    پیش 8 ماه

    2:05 I wonder if “Hambo Fakenamersom” is a reference to a horse...with no name.

  32. theblueengineer1


    پیش 8 ماه

    Diane is the most shit character in the show. She’s so far up her own ass and ends up a fat conceited piece of shit.

  33. Thomas Maddox

    Thomas Maddox

    پیش 8 ماه

    I can't believe I just discovered your channel a few weeks ago

  34. Penny Cat

    Penny Cat

    پیش 8 ماه

    I'm compelled to reccomend the 5th episode of Dimension 404 It's not animated but the plot and character development is something I just adore, not only that but the episode is messes up and has a bittersweet ending. It's on Now tv, please give it a look.

  35. Annabeth Diana

    Annabeth Diana

    پیش 9 ماه

    Honey's lobotomy is also a looming family curse when it comes to Crackerjack, Beatrice and Bojack. In the season 6 episode "The View From Halfway Down" it is revealed to us that Crackerjack died by a bullet to the head. Beatrice dies of old age complicated by dementia. And in the aforementioned season 6 episode, Bojack's death is explored through the degradation his mind receives from drowning. This episode is also where we learn the origin of Bojack's name; his uncle Crackerjack. There is also a nod to Bojack being named after Crackerjack in a later season 4 episode where Beatrice sees a picture of Bojack as a child and tells Hollyhock that it's "My brother Crackerjack". Bojack also bears a striking resemblance to Crackerjack, from his dark brown coloring they both inherited from Honey Sugarman to their pink and white mouths, and love of performance. Then you have the old Sugarman house with the lake out back, similar to the one in Maine that Bojack hallucinated living in with Charlotte. You also have the name of the town that the old Sugarman place is located, Harper's landing. Harper being the name of the hallucinated daughter Bojack had with Charlotte. So it seems as if there is also a connection between Bojack and his mother Bea for some simpler, easier life in the rural parts of the Northeast; Bea wants the old days when her brother was still alive and her mother was still there, and Bojack wants a quiet adulthood with a stable family life and something to be proud of. Not too dissimilar.

  36. Maggie


    پیش 9 ماه

    Ok but...is no one gonna mention when he showed the episode of when sponge bob gets a new spatula that’s lowkey evil and say awful like 🤨

  37. alstroemeria


    پیش 9 ماه

    the lobotomy scene along with the mother having meltdown in this episode really made me upset for a while. i've never felt so bad for a character in my life

  38. Jamie Elizabeth

    Jamie Elizabeth

    پیش 10 ماه

    I feel like Eddie’s breakdown at the pond is so underrated. As someone who has dealt with suicidal thoughts before this moment to me was so real and raw. it gets me every time

    • E101dh Ci

      E101dh Ci

      پیش 19 روز

      Also to add on, they fly up in the film on the TV show. Could just be normal flies flying, or what if that recording is of her death because he wanted to keep going higher?

  39. Presto Parrot369

    Presto Parrot369

    پیش 10 ماه

    god this show is a modern masterpiece

  40. DoodleBopGames fdf

    DoodleBopGames fdf

    پیش 10 ماه

    "you know what we say about crying. It's stupid"

  41. AlyssaB


    پیش 10 ماه

    They did an amazing job of showing Honey as a result of the time she was forced to live in. A wive's duty is always be beautiful, always be happy and keep a marvelous house for a man to come home to, anything short of that and your husband will take measures to fix you. I think at the time technically a wife didn't belong to her husband but come on we all know she basically did. This is why I don't take people who complain about modern women not wanting to get married seriously. At the time people like Honey were even mocked for what she's feeling. If I woman's group, usually called suffragettes cause it wasn't public opinion it was only the oddities who disagreed with society, said they didn't raise their sons to be soldiers they were told they raised the worst thing you could at the time ....an effeminate gay man and a "real man" went to war and their mothers should be proud because they were pawns for their country that dragged their feet while innocent people were killed cause they believed they could reason with Hitler.

  42. why am I alive?

    why am I alive?

    پیش 10 ماه

    Was there ever any confirmation for what happened to Eddie after Bojack left? I remember that at the end of the episode, he's still alive But after that? I haven't heard anything about him

  43. moshigal156


    پیش 10 ماه

    Do Time’s Arrow next, that one REALLY messed me up. It provided great insight on how Beatrice came to be such a cruel woman and it almost makes you feel kinda bad for her despite all the terrible things she’s done. Emphasis on “almost”.

  44. shewolfinubaka


    پیش 10 ماه

    Lobotomy’s were also often forces on housewives at the time as a way to “fix” them

  45. Penny Cat

    Penny Cat

    پیش 11 ماه

    Me: desperately wants to watch the show can't because it's an 18 me: 0u0

  46. Vixtion


    پیش 11 ماه

    Best episode I could make a show where it's all like this: There could be a character with PTSD or is trying to find out more about there family and find something more sinister or have a character be an orphan trying to find their family in general and is finding the ruins of there old house and finds out that they weren't given up or away or even abandoned but was alone

  47. Wolfmarian


    پیش 11 ماه

    Im happy for being born in the eighties and not i those years... if i have problems they perform that.. thing..

  48. The Keeganater

    The Keeganater

    پیش 11 ماه

    I should watch bojack horseman because I’m depressed

  49. Nicolas Wilson

    Nicolas Wilson

    پیش 11 ماه

    So basically the whole problem was cause by the *DAMN NAZI SOLDIERS*

  50. Heather S

    Heather S

    پیش 11 ماه

    Hey Steve! The last season just came out I’d love to hear your take on it!

  51. Dr. Jack Bright

    Dr. Jack Bright

    پیش 11 ماه

    JFK's sister got one and then was permanently disabled after.

  52. Ivory Mantis

    Ivory Mantis

    پیش 11 ماه

    So. I can't help but notice the hair and fur patterns. Mother had dark brown fur, dark brown hair. Dad has light brown fur with a diamond pattern (forehead), dark brown hair. Son has dark brown fur with a diamond pattern (nose) with yellow hair. Daughter has light brown fur with a diamond pattern (forehead) with yellow hair. Who is giving the blonde hair and white pattern on the nose...

  53. Larkin Hancock

    Larkin Hancock

    پیش 11 ماه

    The view from halfway down needs to be on your list

  54. Rolli Schmidt

    Rolli Schmidt

    پیش سال

    It used to be my favorite episode for how the "intro" played out the metaphor of "a horse with no name" in pictures ( look up the original song on wikipedia) But after seeing this video , I have found another reason to consider it my favorite episode...

  55. Philip 2mey

    Philip 2mey

    پیش سال

    That lobotomy scene really freaked me out

  56. RazerMaki


    پیش سال

    Sarah Lynn?

  57. Bustedrocket


    پیش سال

    For me personally it was Time's Arrow that really got me. I swear I almost cried.

  58. Weather


    پیش سال

    The old sugerman place one of my favorite episode.

  59. KindredKeepsake


    پیش سال

    This made me start watching the show.

  60. insomniac 672

    insomniac 672

    پیش سال

    This is my favorite episode of this show. Thank you for making this.

  61. Tilly Belmont

    Tilly Belmont

    پیش سال

    This episode was so upsetting to me. The whole episode really touched me.

  62. C Nostra

    C Nostra

    پیش سال

    i think the part with the cars at 8:10 is referring to a scene of the movie The Great Gatsby. The yellow car, the two car racing on the road, the crash, the gas station etc.

  63. Scotty Swirl

    Scotty Swirl

    پیش سال

    Brah that old crazy guy was a dragonfly!??? I thought he was just a fly.

  64. Juliet Goto

    Juliet Goto

    پیش سال

    God this was beautifully done!

  65. MothmanGhost


    پیش سال

    Would also like to note that lobotomies were performed most on women back in the day.

  66. Abby Beatson

    Abby Beatson

    پیش سال

    Something I really love about this is yes Bojack ultimately realised because of Eddie to move on...but he's in the old house for several months. His grief and turmoil aren't instantly fixed. He takes time to work through it and keep himself busy, like most people do after experiencing loss. It was a very realistic portrayal of the grieving process.

  67. Ada Siddique

    Ada Siddique

    پیش سال

    You should definitely review the episode Free Churro where the entire time it just focuses on Bojack...that episode alone makes it this show one of the best (personally)

  68. Katie Taylor

    Katie Taylor

    پیش سال

    Hilariously, in a subsequent episode BoJack is asked to sign a contract for a TV show and if you freeze frame it you can see it says "Party shall not skip town for any period of time longer than three (3) days or one (1) business day to 'find himself', 'explore his past' or 'face his own demons'. Party shall ignore whims and dark feelings for the extent of the project."

  69. Ninjapanda2025 2025

    Ninjapanda2025 2025

    پیش سال

    I loved this show so much

  70. stitch1513


    پیش سال

    I just realized something... Do you know how the sugarman place is named "harper's landing"? Remember when bojack went on a bender with Todd and sara lynn? When he was in the high, he had a child named harper with the deer lady. (I forgot her name) :o

  71. Luis Dominguez

    Luis Dominguez

    پیش سال

    IM WEIRD!!!

  72. Izzy Sauras Rex

    Izzy Sauras Rex

    پیش سال

    Also one of my favorites. Very deep and after watching this video it made me realize how special and unique this animation actually is and the message it displays. I always love wen they bring up the back stories so u understand the present more. I've been watching bojack since day one and it's still something I turn on almost every night to fall asleep to. Many people look at it as depressing and automatically dismiss it. But it's so much more than that! And I wish more people would give it the time. I've learned alot myself from bojack personally. This is by far the best show I've seen and I mean that! It's more than just a show for entertainment.. it sheds light on some of the worst issues in today's world. And anyone can learn from it. I absolutely did. And still catch things I didnt before. It still makes me think. Amazing video I love it! I love u shedding light on this

  73. GraffitiTurtle


    پیش سال

    You should do every episode, I'd watch every review you did on them and so would a loooot of other people

  74. Vanessa Jimenez

    Vanessa Jimenez

    پیش سال

    Hey, I was wondering how you took clips from Bojack Horseman? I need to do a report on Dog Days Are Over and need to take clips from the show. Thank you!

  75. Cloudythesun


    پیش سال

    ...his dad neglected him too

  76. The SQG Review Show

    The SQG Review Show

    پیش سال

    Small detail, but did anyone notice how in the modern day at the barn where the Fly and Bojack's grandmother are playing the piano, you see a box of Guten Bourbon? Bourbon from the country that killed Crackerjack 80 something years before? It makes you think how things changed since then. Great video.

    • Stanley Stewart

      Stanley Stewart

      پیش 11 ماه

      Omg I just now realized that's the Bourbon Todd becomes a spokesperson later on in the show

  77. kady girl

    kady girl

    پیش سال

    I'm so sorry but ‏crackerjack was her BROTHER! Grate vid I loved it❤

  78. Luna Pyrope

    Luna Pyrope

    پیش سال

    When Eddie dropped Bojack in the lake I feel like that was another parallel to what Ana told him when he was on his bender. "You can't save everyone. Some people with thrash and drag you down with them."

  79. Rachel Tiffany

    Rachel Tiffany

    پیش سال

    This show gave me a goddamn breakdown, leaving me in a horrible place that almost ended... quite messy. I would **not** reccomended this show if you are emotionally unstable, mentally unstable, or socially "abandoned"

  80. Jak DeKay

    Jak DeKay

    پیش سال

    Beatrice reminds me of my grandmother's relationship with my mother. They never quite got along, and she loved her boys more than my mother. But my grandmother had been through so much during the great depression. I never got to find out exactly what all she went through, I just know it was awful. And it shaped her into the abusive mother she became. Which shaped my mother into the unintentionally abusive mother she became. Season 4 really hit close to home for me, and made see things a little bit differently than I did before, on multiple levels.

  81. Cbear


    پیش سال

    Wish this video wasn’t 90% summary but I still appreciate it

  82. Dipin Bk

    Dipin Bk

    پیش سال

    You should do ep 2 and 8 of season 5

  83. Foustdoodles98


    پیش سال

    Please review Spongebob episode Graveyard Shift on awesome animations. I rewatched a couple of days ago and it was so funny!! I think it's funnier now that I'm an adult than it was when I was a kid.

  84. Otter Soda

    Otter Soda

    پیش سال

    Sarah Lynn's death was friggen sadder than depression itself! She wanted to be an architect but never got to because, well, she died.

  85. Krys P

    Krys P

    پیش سال

    The funeral scene was so powerful, only to be ruined by the joke of it being the wrong room. But then you sorta awkwardly laugh... But you are glad he got to vent out, he had thought the lizards were paid for, until he saw the casket.

  86. Ivan Ahumada

    Ivan Ahumada

    پیش سال

    so thats why bojack has trouble dealing with women. all the females in his family were terrible. also i thought he was gunna burn the house down. i miss this show.

  87. OverLord Princess 8

    OverLord Princess 8

    پیش سال

    You should review on Bojack Horseman The Time Arrows. That drive Beatrice even more.

  88. Devon Hall

    Devon Hall

    پیش سال

    Wow this episode is sad and dark plus labotimize grandma ,OMG.

  89. Xanman Skaggs

    Xanman Skaggs

    پیش سال

    I’m weird and I don’t care

  90. Adrian Naranjo

    Adrian Naranjo

    پیش سال

    "Why I have half a mind.."

  91. Chopan8809


    پیش سال

    Have you reviewed Heavy Metal?

  92. Diego Alfonso

    Diego Alfonso

    پیش سال

    This episode and the one of beths dementia is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to dark

  93. Foustdoodles98


    پیش سال

    @Steve Reviews have you watched season 5 of Bojack Horseman?

  94. tzane123


    پیش سال

    dunno why but this season of bojack reminded me of the sopranos

  95. Callan sandwich 2

    Callan sandwich 2

    پیش سال

    See the rip off that has a female bird character

  96. Jenn Armijo

    Jenn Armijo

    پیش سال

    Rick and Morty?

  97. Eva Smiljanić

    Eva Smiljanić

    پیش سال

    "I hope you die before me so you never have to know what it feels like to lose a mother!" Such a callous statement at first viewing, and yet....

  98. Poppy Rose

    Poppy Rose

    پیش سال

    There is something so satisfying about the way the animal people's mouths moves

  99. Poppy Rose

    Poppy Rose

    پیش سال

    Bojack Horseman was apparently started by someone who just frickin loved horses and drew comics, same style and everything

  100. Rob Hill

    Rob Hill

    پیش سال

    I got some of this when I watched the episode, but your analysis opened my eyes to so much more. Thanks.