- Family-Unfriendly Aesop: Granted, it's still a reasonable message, but the moral is basically that it doesn't matter whether or not you can stop yourself from being destructive, it's still your responsibility.
- Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: Becoming a better person is easier said than done, but wanting to be better isn't enough. You have to actually do it, and it's nobody responsibility but your own.
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: While Todd is right that BoJack has to accept that he hurts people whether he knows it or not, just how guilty is BoJack in this particular situation? Sure, he slept with Emily, but it was ultimately between two consenting adults and Todd isn't even attracted to her, nor could he ever be. In fact, the only reason Todd thinks BoJack took advantage of her is because Emily didn't have the guts to break it off with BoJack personally, leading Todd to assume the worst (which, at this point, is all he really can do).
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