Grappling with Meaning: A Reflection on the Final Season of BoJack Horseman
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Grappling with Meaning: A Reflection on the Final Season of BoJack Horseman

Spoilers through the BoJack Horseman series finale ahead. I think each and every BoJack Horseman fan would agree that when we sat down to watch the first episode of the show, we didn’t have the slightest idea what we’d actually be getting ourselves into. An insightful look into the human condition is one way to put … Continue reading

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An In-Depth Chat with the Co-Founder of Old School Lane
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An In-Depth Chat with the Co-Founder of Old School Lane

Patricia Miranda is the co-founder of Old School Lane, a YouTube channel featuring analysis videos, top 10 lists, podcasts, interviews, live streams and much more. Between lively discussions of classic TV shows and movies, engaging, well-researched videos and compelling original works, Old School Lane has something for everyone. Read on to learn more about it … Continue reading

It’s Friday Night: Get to Know the Co-Hosts of The Friday Night Nicktoons Podcast
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It’s Friday Night: Get to Know the Co-Hosts of The Friday Night Nicktoons Podcast

Nickelodeon’s original animation programming launched with the premiere of Doug, Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show on August 11, 1991. Since then, the network’s library of unique cartoons, aptly branded as Nicktoons, has grown significantly and accumulated an enthusiastic fanbase of people of all ages. Two of those fans are Casey and Ashli, co-hosts … Continue reading

Come on Down to South Park: It’s the Show’s 20th Anniversary
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Come on Down to South Park: It’s the Show’s 20th Anniversary

The following post contains coarse language and due to its content it should not be read by anyone. The four boys of South Park—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick and the one and only Eric Cartman—originated in two animated short films, The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty (1992) and Jesus vs. Santa (1995). Having met in film … Continue reading

What Are You Doing Here?: A Look at the Existential Themes of BoJack Horseman
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What Are You Doing Here?: A Look at the Existential Themes of BoJack Horseman

BoJack Horseman is a show about an anthropomorphic horse who struggles with many inner demons, self-created or otherwise, that include depression, narcissism, self-loathing and addiction. Among the biggest questions BoJack tries to come to terms with and find satisfying answers to are: Am I a good person? Is it too late for me to change? Will I … Continue reading