The Dark Philosophy of Bojack Horseman and Its Roots in Camus, Sartre, and Existential Nihilism

Wisecrack looked at the dark philosophy behind Bojack Horseman and its roots in Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and existential nihilism.

Welcome to this special Wisecrack Edition on The Philosophy of BoJack Horseman, exploring the dark existential undertones of this seemingly light-hearted cartoon. Behind the colorful animations and snarky one-liners is a show that’s astonishingly deep – a series that ponders important philosophical questions about living life in a meaningless universe. From Pascal to Sartre, we’ll dive into the thinkers and philosophies that are foundational to the show’s underlying message.