[S1E4] Home Is Where You're Happy
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[S1E4] Home Is Where You're Happy
It was 1984, and the Pasha family had just arrived in Brooklyn from Pakistan. They had nowhere to go, but Parveen Pasha was doing everything she could to keep her family out of the homeless shelter. Enter the landlady.
SHAHEEN PASHA: They're watching people with tiki torches. They're watching people talking about Muslim bans. And for them it really hit hard because they called themselves Pakistani-American because of the culture, but they've never been to Pakistan. Their home is America. This is where they belong. This is where they're from. And they were watching people on TV, these rallies and statements being made about how they weren't real Americans or they need to go back home.
BoJack is dismayed about Todd's sudden success, but still tries to show his support. After hearing news that potential financiers were coming to see a rehearsal, BoJack takes Todd to get snacks at a convenience store before he sits down to work on the third act showstopper. It is at the store that Todd discovers Decapathon VII, the newest game in the video game series that destroyed his life. A woman standing behind Todd asks him to get a tape for her out of the ten cents bin and Todd notices the Decapathon VII game underneath. BoJack staunchly warns Todd not to relapse, but Todd buys and secretly plays the video game in an all-night binge. Todd ends up groggy the following morning, giving a shabby performance and disappointing Virgil and the financiers. BoJack stands up for Todd and then takes him home where he consoles Todd and finally gives him that closet space so he can put away his stuff.
"The king went through great effort to arrange your tour," Queen Alicent said. "He is frustrated. But I am glad you're home. I find I have few friends lately. I like to believe I'm still the Lady Alicent, but all anybody sees when they look at me now is a queen."
Conspicuous by his absence from the frivolities is Lord Corlys Velaryon, who was fighting the Triarchy alongside Daemon. That's because Lord Corlys has sailed back to his home of Driftmark, where he's apparently been scheming.
It's clear Dahmen and Bonnalie have given Netflix huge amounts of access, and we get home visits for both, a taco night hosted by Dahmen, and a trip to a stroller emporium where he and Lona go full prep mode for their soon-to-arrive first child. Meanwhile, Dahmen speaks about the heartbreak of losing his mother to cancer, and his own battle with testicular cancer as a young man.
Abigail is staying at a home under the supervision of Alana Bloom, where she seems composed, but vulnerable. Alana consults with Lecter over Abigail's treatment and finds his suggestions are opposite to hers as he suggests she be released and allowed to deal with her issues in the outside world.
Disclaimer: There will be spoilers, so if you haven\u2019t watched the episode yet, what are you waiting for Go watch it, then come back and tell me what you think.\n\n\n\nWhere We Left Off\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nThis is how life should be. There\u2019s nothing more to think about. I\u2019ve obtained a normal life.Akira - Age 32\n\n\n\nWe see the difference the years have made in both men\u2019s lives. We have Akira, married to Shiraishi, working, coming home to dinner, living the so called \u201cnormal\u201d life.\n\n\n\nWhere We Begin - 32\n\n\n\nWe see Yuuki, drinking alone at a gay bar. He looks lost and alone. Gone is the cheerful Yuuki who captivated Akira. He\u2019s now lost his way. He drinks to forget and looks for hookups to move on. A guy comes over to chat him up, and Yuuki is once again reminded of the love he can\u2019t forget by this stranger\u2019s cigarettes. They stumble into the hallway, kissing desperately, but Yuuki can\u2019t go through with it. For him, he\u2019s unable to move on from Akira.\n\n\n\nI do like that the guy at the bar doesn\u2019t try to pressure Yuuki, but tells him it\u2019s ok. And that he can wait until he\u2019s ready for something