|“||Where's the hollow expectation of someone starving themselves to fit our unrealistic expectation of what beauty should be?||”|
—Sharc Jacobs when he sees Todd walking on the runway
Sharc Jacobs is a one-time character in BoJack Horseman. He is based on the real fashion designer Marc Jacobs.
Sharc Jacobs is an exaggerated version of his real-life counterpart Marc Jacobs. He seems to ironically make fun of the typical "skinny beauty" standard. Little else is known about him.
Sharc Jacobs is an adult male white shark.
He wears a black collared button-down jacket, pants, and shoes.
In response, Sharc Jacobs says "Where's the hollow expectation of someone starving themselves to fit our unrealistic expectation of what beauty should be?"
The crowd starts booing until Todd stops them and says "Shouldn't fashion be for everyone?" Tim Gunn stands up and agrees and says fashion was never meant to be an elitist form of how we judge people. Sharc Jacobs then promises to return fashion to its roots.