During the last few years, the once beloved, tortured alcoholic horse actor of Hollywoo has worked his way into our hearts with his sarcastic quips and never ending struggle with depression and loneliness. Netflix's adult cartoon series, Bojack Horseman, has always been a show that tugs the heartstrings, leading us on with the possibility for Will Arnet's Bojack Horseman to escape his self-destructive nature and finally find happiness. After a year of waiting, Season 4 drew people like me in, instantly jumping into our beds to binge watch Bojack's adventures. After 12 wonderfully dark, yet insightful episodes, this new season left me with lasting impressions that created a clear division between itself and the previous seasons. Could this season be a sign for Bojack's path towards happiness? Spoilers ahead for those who have yet to finish Netflix's new enticing season of Bojack Horseman, because we'll be taking a deeper look as to why this season is Bojack's chance at achieving what he spent the last three seasons working for. Happiness.