BoJack Horseman (2014– )
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BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation.


Amy Winfrey


Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by), Kate Purdy


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Episode cast overview:
Will Arnett ... BoJack Horseman / Butterscotch Horseman (voice)
Amy Sedaris ... Princess Carolyn (voice)
Alison Brie ... Diane Nguyen (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... Mr. Peanutbutter (voice)
Aaron Paul ... Todd Chavez (voice)
Adam Conover ... Ethan / Guy Who Thinks Ghostwriters Write For Ghosts (voice)
Ken Jeong ... Dr. Allen Hu (voice)
Wendie Malick ... Beatrice Horseman (voice)
Patton Oswalt ... Pinky Penguin (voice)
Kristen Schaal ... Sarah Lynn / Harper / Tori Spelling Fan (voice)
Stanley Tucci ... Herb Kazzaz (voice)
Olivia Wilde ... Charlotte Moore (voice)


BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation.

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Release Date:

22 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


In the scene where Todd is talking backwards, this could be considered to be a nod towards Twin Peaks and the black lodge scenes with the man from another place. See more »


BoJack Horseman: [typing] My parents loved me so much, it was crazy. I remember one Sunday afternoon, my mother said, "Your father and I want to spend quality family time together. All the kids in school envy your intelligence and kickball ability. Here's an ice cream sundae." No, wait. "An ice cream sandwich." No. "A dreamsicle." No. I don't know. This is dumb.
Butterscotch Horseman: [in fantasy, slaps young BoJack] Nice writing, Shakespeare.
Young BoJack: [in fantasy] What did I do?
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References Fight Club (1999) See more »


No Love
Written by Zach Hill, Stefan Burnett and Andy Morin
Performed by Death Grips
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Morality, Horses and an Exploration of Self-Worth - I Can't Believe it's not Equus!
26 August 2016 | by greypacmanSee all my reviews

Episode 11 of BoJack Horseman's first season is a drug induced retrospective which depicts a BoJack weighed down by guilt and denial. Despite this, the writing remains snappy, the jokes land and character arcs beyond BoJack's progress meaningfully.

Loved by fans and critics alike, my expectations for Downer Ending were, admittedly, high. That said, the 30 minute escapade moved me to tears and delivered stunning visuals. I, like BoJack, was left clambering for more when the screen faded to black. Furthermore, I struggled to think about anything else for the day. All I wanted to do was discuss Downer Ending and the questions it raised regarding life's complexity and frightful, unwavering, progression. I cannot recommend watching it more highly.

However, you may want to bookend the episode with some fresh air or a light jog. Today we're dealing with nihilism and a truck load of drugs.

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