BoJack Horseman (2014–2020)
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Nice While It Lasted 

A celebration brings people together.

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Aaron Long
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Episode cast overview:
Will Arnett ... BoJack Horseman (voice)
Amy Sedaris ... Princess Carolyn (voice)
Alison Brie ... Diane Nguyen (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... Mr. Peanutbutter (voice)
Aaron Paul ... Todd Chavez (voice)
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A celebration brings people together.

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Country:

USA

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English

Release Date:

31 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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There are no guest voice actors in this episode. The only speaking parts are given to the five main characters: BoJack, Princess Carolyn, Diane, Mr. Peanutbutter, and Todd. See more »

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Mr. Peanutbutter: I'm really trying to focus on myself right now. I had this breakthrough recently. One day in therapy, I just blurted out: "Is my problem with women any movie directed by Christopher Nolan? Because, yes, women are involved, but it's never really about the women. It's about me."
BoJack Horseman: That's actually somewhat astute.
Mr. Peanutbutter: Then it occurred to me: Are my self-destructive patterns and unexamined cycles of codependency the popular Jim Carrey character the Mask? Because, somebody stop me.
BoJack Horseman: Are all of your ...
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References Pieces of April (2003) See more »

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Mr. Blue
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Written and Performed by Catherine Feeney
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A personal farewell to the best cartoon I have ever watched
31 January 2020 | by jonathanstephenbutlerSee all my reviews

I can't even recall how did I meet BoJack Horseman. But I'm eternally grateful for the day I added it to my watchlist.

It's been almost thirty minutes since I finished this episode, and my tears haven't stopped yet. I'm still not exactly sure why am I crying. Perhaps for all of its best and most touching moments that instantly came back to my mind by the ending? Or probably because the greatest animated show I've watched in my whole life is over at last? Whatever the reason truly is, I'd love to offer my sincerest thanks to Netflix, and to the entire cast and crew behind this outright one-off piece of art.

I highly doubt that I'll ever find any other show that gets to make me feel such an endless sea of emotions through an uncomplicated story, that also manages to get surprisingly real at times despite being set in a fanciful world, always caring about its story and characters till the very end. A masterpiece like that sounded too perfect to me six years ago. Thankfully, I somehow ended up stumbling on it. Today, I finally saw its conclusion, and cried for a last time.

Most fans will probably find a new fave cartoon in a matter of time. Others will only remember it as one of the brightest gems ever to be encountered on Netflix. But I will always cite BoJack Horseman as the show that managed to turn my emotions back on after one entire decade, as well as the best company I could ever ask for during some of the hardest times of my life.

Thank you, BoJack Horseman, for all of the irreplaceable laughs and tears I had with you.

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