Bojack Horseman’s creator shared what he’s most proud of after seeing his Netflix series come to a close. A lot of people would point to the acclaim the series generated or the way that people are still talking about a talking horse cartoon after a year. But, for Raphael Bob-Waksberg, what he considers the most satisfying is hearing fans say that the show gave them a way to talk about their feelings more openly. During an interview with Gold Derby, the creative talked about how hearing these firsthand accounts never seems to get old. If a show about an anthropomorphic horse can have a lasting legacy, then this would be a great footprint to leave behind in the pop culture landscape. Bojack is a show about how people can be damaged, and for fans, now they have a new way to interrogate their own feelings because of it.