The playwright Henrik Ibsen
is a common theme in the show. Originally Beatrice told BoJack that his show "Wasn't Ibsen", then years later BoJack says this back to Beatrice in defense of his show. In this episode, Butterscotch tells BoJack his mother went to see "A Doll's House" and was "getting ideas". "A Doll's House" was written by Ibsen, and this probably was the point she became a fan of his work. "A Doll's House" is also about a woman becoming independent from her husband. See more
[drives a car. Young BoJack is waiting for him while holding a football
Yes, I see you. Get in. Get in.
[pauses while BoJack gets into the car and then he starts to drive
Your mother is having another one of her episodes. Last night, she went to see "A Doll's House" with a couple girlfriends, and now she has ideas. I emerged from my sanctum this afternoon to discover that not only had she not made me lunch, which is a meal I need in order to live, but she'd furthermore locked ...
Back in the 90s
(church organ version)
Written by Grouplove
Arranged and performed by Jesse Novak See more