Jump straight into the funny yet dark world of Bojack Horseman! Take this quiz and find out which Bojack Horseman character you are!
In 2014, Netflix released their first original animated series called Bojack Horseman, following the story of a former sitcom actor attempting to make a comeback, only to be dragged down by depression and addiction.
This deep and meaningful story is laced with morals and deeper meanings that will make you question your existence.
Bojack constantly makes the mistake of trying to dull his pain from previous bad behavior by committing even more questionable acts. Still, all this ends up doing is plaguing him with more guilt.
This personality test will reveal which of the following characters you are!
Bojack Horseman features many fantastic characters, each with their own unique personality. From Bojack himself to his friends, colleagues, and enemies, there’s a character for everyone in this show.
Bojack is our main protagonist and is possibly one of the saddest protagonists ever depicted. He is flawed and refuses to accept himself. Bojack always goes on a self-sabotaging spree, constantly gaining pity from those around him as he falls into depression and addiction.
People who relate to Bojack often have a troubled past or have some sort of relatability to his life, whether it be depression, anxiety, addiction, or any of his many problems.
Todd is a friendly and loveable guy. He’s loyal to pretty much all his friends and would do anything to be with them. Todd is searching for meaning in his life and often faces an existential crisis, struggling to find any true meaning behind anything.
People who can relate to Todd are often friendly and loved by those around them. You may seem like a happy and cheerful person, but on the inside, you’re searching for your purpose.
Diane Nguyen is a nerdy and compassionate girl, constantly looking out for her friends and trying her best to understand them.
If you can relate to Diane, you’re probably a person who cares about others a lot, maybe even a bit too much, and this can become a problem for you because your life might start revolving around others.
Mr. Peanutbutter is a stereotypical dog; loud, cheerful, and energetic. He makes sure to carry a playful demeanor wherever he goes and uplifts the mood.
If you can relate to Mr. Peanutbutter, you’re probably a very cheerful and optimistic person; keep smiling!
Princess Carolyn is an extraordinarily ambitious and hard-working girl, ensuring that her goals will be reached no matter what.
If you’d do anything to reach your goals, you’re probably like Princess Carolyn.
Sarah is a miserable and destructive character, often destroying things emotionally and physically around her. Maybe “tragic” is a better word to describe her. After all, the root cause of her destructiveness is due to everyone’s expectations of her, leading her down a hell-hole of addiction.
If you can relate to Sarah, it could mean that you’re not living the life you want, but rather the life that people expect of you. Sarah Lynn’s malicious nature was formed by the constant fear of not meeting people’s expectations, so she resorted to seeking attention and validation.
Don’t let those around you dictate your life; go out and live the life you want to live!
Judah is probably one of the show’s most professional and presentable characters; he is constantly shown blank-faced and apathetic, though he is pretty genuine and caring on the inside.
If you can relate with Judah, you’re most likely very rational. You think before every action and have a wise outlook on life. Although your extreme professionalism also leads to jokes flying over your head.
Hollyhock is one of the sweetest characters in the show; she shows genuine affection and love for others and is very innocent.
If you can relate to Hollyhock, that probably means you’re kind and caring for those you love, you’re also quite innocent. In contrast to that, you’re also quite lazy and will constantly battle the urge not to do basic tasks like cleaning up after yourself.
Bojack Horseman entails some very dark themes and deals with them in clever ways by diluting them with comedy.
The protagonist is used as a vessel to carry a message, representing morbid themes such as addiction, self-loathing, depression, and the inability to accept yourself. The show constantly addresses these issues and makes it known to the audience that there’s always hope beyond the darkness.
This show teaches many life lessons and paints the bleak reality of life in such a way that brings hope. Before you go off and do this quiz, we’ll leave you with a beautiful quote from this show:
“BoJack, when you get sad, you run straight ahead, and you keep running forward, no matter what … Don’t you ever stop running and don’t you ever look behind you … All that exists is what’s ahead.”