BoJack Horseman (2014– )
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What Time Is It Right Now 

Princess Carolyn pitches "Philbert" to company execs. Todd gets a better business idea. BoJack comes to a realization about Hollyhock.


Tim Rauch




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)
James Adomian ... Stuart (voice)
Kate Berlant Kate Berlant ... (voice)
David S. Jung ... (voice)
Rami Malek ... Flip McVicker (voice)
Natalie Morales ... Yolanda Buenaventura (voice)
Rob Morrow ... Barry Scheck (voice)
Aparna Nancherla ... Hollyhock (voice)
Jay Pharoah ... (voice)
Kristen Schaal ... Sabrina (voice)


BoJack learns the truth about his Hollyhock's mother, Todd forms a new business model involving his now-rabid clown dentists, Mr. Peanut Butter and Diane take an impromptu trip to Hawaii, and BoJack and Princess Carolyn reunite when she pitches a new role to him. Written by patricio-53898

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8 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Bojacks ringtone at the end of the episode is not horsin around like the rest of the series it is a regular song. This is meant to show him moving forward with his life and not getting caught up on horsin around anymore. See more »


Diane Nguyen: You know, sometimes I feel like our marriage is like a Magic Eye poster.
Mr. Peanutbutter: I love those things.
Diane Nguyen: I know. And it's messy. and at first glance, it doesn't seem to make any sense. And it's hard to figure out. But sometimes, if you squint at it just right, everything lines up, and it's the most perfect... beautiful, amazing thing.
Mr. Peanutbutter: Yeah. I know what you mean.
Diane Nguyen: But...
[voice breaks]
Diane Nguyen: I'm so tired of squinting.
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References Amélie (2001) See more »


Wake Up
Written and performed by Jenny Owen Youngs
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S4: Has some great moments, but also plenty of disjointed ones - still very good though
5 June 2018 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

The fourth season had a lot to deliver considering it followed the very strong third season. It doesn't hit that standard in a way that is consistent, but here and there we have elements of the show that really stand out and are very impressive. In terms of plotting, the fourth season doesn't really have a nice neat thread running through it; and I think this does sort of limit it in terms of its overall impact. The characters feel fragmented across their various stories, and the season doesn't find a way to pull them together in a satisfying way.

Although this does have an impact, it doesn't all mean a negative. All parts of the show work in their own way, although for some of them it is just that they are funny and odd. On this level it is fine, works well, and is generally done with creativity. In terms of character development, there are threads and episodes that do this well - Princess Caroline for one, but BoJack's mother is the focus of the strongest episode. This one came out of a thread that seemed to be going nowhere but then suddenly produced such a clever and 'human' episode that really does stand with the best of this show.

Animation and voicework continue to be of a high standard, but it is the writing that makes it so good. This fourth season may have weaknesses in cohesion and consistency, but it is funny and engaging throughout, and throws up some very strong episodes/threads along the way.

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