BoJack Horseman (2014– )
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Zoës and Zeldas 

Bojack mentors Todd in his upcoming career; meanwhile Diane's ex-boyfriend writes an article about Mr. Peanutbutter for an online article.

Director:

Amy Winfrey

Writers:

Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by), Peter Knight (as Peter A. Knight)
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Cast

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)
Wyatt Cenac ... Wayne (voice)
Kelen Coleman ... Zoë / Zelda (voice)
Adam Conover ... Blackmailer #1 (voice)
Mike Hollingsworth ... (voice)
Margo Martindale ... Character Actress Margo Martindale (voice)
Dave Segal Dave Segal ... Blackmailer #2 (voice)
Stanley Tucci ... Herb Kazzaz (voice)
Caroline Williams Caroline Williams ... (voice)
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Bojack mentors Todd in his upcoming career; meanwhile Diane's ex-boyfriend writes an article about Mr. Peanutbutter for an online article.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Angelyne Billboards can be seen outside of the diner when Bojack and Todd have lunch a throwback to her famous 1984 Billboard campaign. See more »

Quotes

Todd Chavez: Fool me once. Fool me twice. Fool me chicken soup with rice.
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

BoJack Horseman Theme
Written by Patrick J. Carney (as Patrick Carney) and Ralph Carney
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The turning point of the Show
22 September 2018 | by saschageislerSee all my reviews

Usually people say about a new show: "Watch the first three episodes. If you don't like it, don't continue." If I did that with BoJack Horseman, I would have missed what is now my favourite show - because with BoJack Horseman, you need to watch the fourth episode until the show reveals its full potential. Until the third episode, BoJack Horseman is an interesting and fresh approach to a comedy show. Nothing more, nothing less. But "Zoës and Zeldas" hit me with a hammer on the head. Actually, the ending made me cry and sit almost paralysed in front of my screen. The courage of the writers letting a comedy show's protagonist do what is revealed at the end of the episode is dark, heartbreaking and gives you a glimpse what you can expect from this show in the following episodes.


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