BoJack Horseman (2014– )
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Escape from L.A. 

Bojack runs off to New Mexico to reconnect with an old friend, only to find she's happily married with a family. After staying longer than planned, Bojack makes another life mistake.

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Amy Winfrey

Writers:

Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by), Joe Lawson
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Will Arnett ... BoJack Horseman (voice)
Amy Sedaris ... Princess Carolyn (voice)
Alison Brie ... Diane Nguyen (voice)
Aaron Paul ... Todd Chavez (voice) (credit only)
Jermaine Fowler ... Pete Repeat (voice)
Ilana Glazer ... Penny Carson (voice)
Ed Helms ... Kyle (voice)
Adam Pally ... Trip (voice)
Olivia Wilde ... Charlotte Moore (voice)
Ali Wong ... Maddie (voice)
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Bojack runs off to New Mexico to reconnect with an old friend, only to find she's happily married with a family. After staying longer than planned, Bojack makes another life mistake.

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17 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The David Boreanaz bobbleheads strewn about Bojack's house when he returns home are a callback to the scam Princess Caroline and Todd ran in the first season. See more »

Quotes

Charlotte Moore: [to BoJack] If you ever try to contact me or my family again, I will fucking kill you!
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Crazy Credits

The title sequence is not shone in this episode, instead a cheesy theme song is played called "Kyle and the Kids". See more »


Soundtracks

Little Earthquakes
written by Laura Jane Scott and Leonard Jay Jackson
performed by Imperial Mammoth
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Crazy, depressing, and genius
27 September 2015 | by ZeiderSlatonSee all my reviews

Without a doubt, this is the best episode of Bojack Horseman yet. This is the episode that will shock the audience, and this is the episode that drives home some of the worst parts of Bojack. It shows his bad side, his vulnerable side, and what one can only assume is his rock bottom.

Of course, like any other episode, there are some very funny parts. Like usual, there are some great, smart jokes. It is also visually beautiful, which isn't rare in this show but it's always appreciated. This is also a great emotional episode, as it shows many of Bojack's problems and deep emotions before the big, bad moment even happens.


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