BoJack Horseman (2014– )
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That Went Well 

Bojack hits rock bottom. Mr. Peanutbutter and Todd save the day. Princess Carolyn finds a new calling


Amy Winfrey




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Will Arnett ... BoJack Horseman (voice)
Amy Sedaris ... Princess Carolyn (voice)
Alison Brie ... Diane Nguyen / Cow Waitress / Sarah Lynn's Assistant / Ship Co-Captain (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... Mr. Peanutbutter / Sandro / Sloth Lawyer / Blimp Co-Pilot (voice)
Aaron Paul ... Todd Chavez / Skippy (voice)
Diedrich Bader ... Judah Mannowdog / Blimp Pilot (voice)
Lake Bell ... Cargo Ship Captain / Chloe / Katrina Peanutbutter (voice)
Adam Conover ... Bradley Hitler-Smith (voice)
Raúl Esparza ... Ralph Stilton (voice)
Kimiko Glenn ... Stefani Stilton (voice)
Carla Hall ... Spaghetti Scientist Carla Hall (voice)
Abbi Jacobson ... Emily (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... (voice)
Margo Martindale ... Character Actress Margo Martindale (voice)
Keith Olbermann ... Tom Jumbo-Grumbo (voice)


Bojack hits rock bottom. Mr. Peanutbutter and Todd save the day. Princess Carolyn finds a new calling

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22 July 2016 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Diane's comment about the stairs on Horsin' Around is a reference to sitcoms like Full House and Step by Step which featured a set of stairs in both the living room and the kitchen. See more »


References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »


Written by Janis Ian
Performed by Nina Simone
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S3: As good as you've heard it is – a great season of a great show
29 March 2017 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

After the second season I had felt like the show had drifted a little; specifically, I thought that the character elements were not always progressed or put to the core of each episode, and there were some episodes which felt like isolated 'japes' for my liking. This is not to say the season was bad (far from it), but more that I didn't think it hit the spot as well as the first season had. The third season is much more on-point with this though, and picks up with BoJack with 'his' performance has him in contention for an Academy Award – if he can get his PR right. At the same time his personal demons (and friends) continue to haunt him.

Taking that plot the season does well to produce episodes that stand on their own, but also deliver an overall season arc into which all the episodes fall. There are really no episodes which fall completely outside of it, and even the subplots do a good job of linking together or developing the supporting characters, or both. The content does the same, and BoJack has such great layering of comedy, tragedy, and drama. The comedy comes first of course, but it is never silly or funny to the point that it distracts from being more than that. The oddity of the world in which the show happens is part of that humor, and also shows how well written it is, that it can have silly comedy in the background or foreground, but we never lose the sense of character or story.

Season 3 is as good as you've heard it is. It picks up from the stronger back of season 2, and continues well in that vein.

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