>Not only did one episode had Diane hound some Bill Cosby stand-in with the episode painting her as in the right
>but another one had the punchline be that America hates women more than it wants guns.
You got that one. But I also remember them portraying the anti-gun arguments just as retarded as the pro gun arguments.
>Let alone the pro-abortion episode that framed opposition to abortion as just mean old White men.
It also framed the pro-abortion crowd as appearance obsessed retards who mostly wanted it to be a trend so people wouldn't feel embarrassed about getting one, and portrayed it so extremely that Diane, the resident retard lefty was confused and unsure if it was a good thing, and ended ambiguously.
The show isn't really about politics though. The characters certainly have them which is what makes them realistic. It's not perfect of course, but it portrays hollywood life, specifically a bunch of people who are searching for meaning, who are your typical rich types who have too much money, too much time, and too much introspection, who used to believe in something but never really cared enough about it to actually do something about it.
It essentially devalues the hollywood lifestyle so many progressive types and leftists idealize and even live, showing them for what they are, incredibly flawed people who are trying to fill their life with causes and meaning because their life is so filled with things that they're unable to properly comprehend basic human concepts like loyalty or love or compassion.
Even better it shows the future of those types. You have Bojack, a definite old-guard hollywood type whose career is mostly over, who is struggling to stay in the spotlight, and he's tired, out of shape, depressed, and hates himself and is definitely on a self destructive path, and then you have Diane, who is a popular book writer and blogger who represents everything about the new age of media, and yet she's falling into the exact same traps BojacPost too long. Click here to view the full text.