BoJack Horseman (2014–2020)
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BoJack the Feminist 

When Princess Carolyn casts a disgraced celeb in "Philbert," BoJack inadvertently takes a stand. Mr. Peanutbutter tries to toughen up his image.

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Raphael Bob-Waksberg (created by), Nick Adams
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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)
Angela Bassett ... Ana Spanikopita (voice)
Nicole Byer ... Interviewee / Talk Show Peahen (voice)
Bobby Cannavale ... Vance Waggoner (voice)
Adam Conover ... A Ryan Seacrest Type / Blackmailer #1 (voice)
Mark Feuerstein ... Mark Feuerstein (voice)
Kimiko Glenn ... Stefani Stilton (voice)
David Herman ... Arnold Schwarzenegger (voice)
Natasha Leggero ... Heather (voice) (archive sound)
Rami Malek ... Flip McVicker (voice)
Keith Olbermann ... Tom Jumbo-Grumbo (voice)
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When Princess Carolyn casts a disgraced celeb in "Philbert," BoJack inadvertently takes a stand. Mr. Peanutbutter tries to toughen up his image.

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Trivia

Mr Peanutbutter red leather suit is based on the attire Eddie Murphy wore in his stand-up special "Delirious". See more »

Crazy Credits

The "A Netflix Original Series" screen flashes like a police siren. See more »

Connections

References The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2003) See more »

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Back in the 90s
Written by Grouplove
Performed by Grouplove
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The honeydew in the fruit bowl
1 April 2020 | by RunningFromSatanSee all my reviews

It took me until it ended in January and many friends' recommendations to check this show out, and since January (and especially with the current Stay Home global initiative) I have viewed this entire series twice now, and it ranks in my list of top 5 adult cartoons. Original, clever, witty, and spanning the whole gamut of emotion are the pinnacles of the show and it will be in my re-watch bank for years to come.

However, this episode is far, far below average. On a show that prides itself on the aforementioned qualities, the entire A-storyline with BoJack becoming a feminist is the least creative thing in the entire series and introduces the worst character of the universe (Vance). The subplot doesn't even really solidify until halfway through but it kills the momentum, which is tough to do in 25 minutes. It doesn't noticeably progress the characters (except for kind of setting up one major event at the end of the season), while simultaneously feeling like it's trying to extract water from a rock. If it weren't for the B-story subplot of Mr. Peanutbutter trying to find his inner bad-guy, this could be a complete throwaway. I disliked it the first time I saw it and I fell asleep the second.

Not all episodes fire on all cylinders, and the show itself still rates a perfect 10. However, with each show that runs for dozens of episodes there is bound to be one that just sinks to the bottom.


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14 September 2018 (USA) See more »

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