When the first trailer for Bojack Horseman’s final season appeared online last fall, it teased a satisfying end to a show whose cast of animated animals (and some humans) never really worked towards happiness, despite desiring it. That hypocrisy made it a critical darling. It wasn’t uncommon to see tweets about the emotional resonance found in an unlikable “cartoon horse.” In fact, it was because the animation created a distance that the show was able to tackle heavy topics with nuance and without appearing overly sentimental. That was confirmed when the second half of Bojack Horseman’s final season hit Netflix on January 31 and the finale left little emotional resolution. Leave it to the crushingly honest and unlikable cartoon horse to end his story the same way it has always existed: accepting of ambiguous conclusions.