But what the world doesn't know is that as the five seasons of the series pass, Bojack's life unfolds in front of the audience. He was supposed to be Mr. Peanutbutter's cheerful and comfortable person whose personality was never shaken by circumstances. But all the damage from family, childhood, people around, and the Hollywood environment destroyed BoJack long ago. BoJack consciously or unintentionally used star power to "dominate women", and the Hollywood culture of chasing money, fame and fortune, as well as various situations under the influence of capitalist society, are the reasons for his destruction. BoJack is like a mirror, he gets hurt and it reflects on everyone around him.
The screenwriter also reflects on the existence Image Manipulation Service of BoJack through different character settings. Princess Caroline is a typical non-star Hollywood practitioner who wants to get out of poverty and gain fame and fortune, trying not to hurt people but often making things worse. Her role is to reflect the vision of ordinary people and to set off the cracks in the lives of big stars. The ego of Hollywood stars is actually controlled by such people, but in turn, big stars have mastered the thoughts and behaviors of these people, and formed the chaos of Vanity Fair.
There are complex emotions in the middle, mutual need and mutual hurt, and then neither side is happy. And Mr. Peanutbutter symbolizes the positive value of worldly kindness, but such positive characters have been frustrated in the play. He is involuntarily manipulated by the environment, and the only thing that is free is his optimistic and kind heart, but such a person cannot integrate into the environment at all, so that the marriage is broken, and there is no way to have a real friendship with anyone.