Twitter Responds to 'Bojack Horseman' Todd Reveal
For those who haven’t yet finished the third season of Bojack Horseman, here’s a bit of spoiler space.
Y’all seem to know at this point that I’m super concerned about representation in moving pictures entertainment (as well as still pictures, and hell, radio dramas, why not.) Which is why I was excited to see how Twitter responded to the fact that Aaron Paul’s Todd Chavez is now canon asexual. Possibly the first in mainstream television. The floor is yours, tweeters!
BoJack Horseman has an asexual character and realizes this in front of a lover who is totally okay with that.— Kito (@testosTYRONE117) July 27, 2016
I love this show.
bojack horseman is the first show i've seen with an explicitly asexual character. heart. eyes.— j. maddox (@takeallofspace) July 27, 2016
"I think I'm nothing"— alelando (@AlexVanSugar) July 26, 2016
"Well that's ok"
ASEXUAL REPRESENTATION!!!! BOJACK HORSEMAN IS THE BEST SHOW IN HISTORY.
Hey yall have i mentioned how much i love that todd from bojack horseman is asexual because its a lot pic.twitter.com/Rb7I0g1gGt— A dot As (@happily_blue) July 26, 2016
OH MY GOD DID BOJACK HORSEMAN JUST CANONLY CONFIRM TODD AS QUEER AND/OR POSSIBLY ASEXUAL I AM SCREAMING RIGHT NOW THIS IS A GR8 SHOW— addie (@adelaideclare9) July 23, 2016
todd chavez is canon asexual oh my god damn god— mrs. brightside (@woodscommahelen) July 24, 2016
Can you believe Bojack Horseman has a canon ace character because I'm still processing— ila (@leiaskywalkers) July 25, 2016
Hello do you have a moment to talk about our lord and saviour, happy asexual Todd Chavez— Sarah (@SarahLister) July 25, 2016
Openly Ace main character in "BoJack Horseman" = yay. But… still… holy crap, was s3 daaaark.— Mia Siegert (@MiaSiegert) July 27, 2016
Yes, yes it was.
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