After six seasons and a Christmas exceptional, BoJack Horseman-the absolute best of the many series Netflix has produced to date-closes with two old buddies sitting on a roof, quietly appreciating each other’s conversation, most likely once and for all. A mind flight that unspools in the title character’s oxygen-denied cerebrum as he drifts oblivious in the ideal L.A. pool he used to claim, the show’s penultimate episode is unquestionably flashier than this end. In any case, the two feel like parts of an entirety: In his fantasy, he stands up to the apparitions of his dead loved ones. Then, at that point, he awakens and needs to do everything over again with individuals who are as yet alive.