Meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the '90s... 20 years later. He’s a curmudgeon with a heart of, not quite gold, but something like gold. Copper?
BoJack reconnects with faces from his past.
In 1963, young socialite Beatrice Sugarman meets the rebellious Butterscotch Horseman at her debutante party.
BoJack delivers a eulogy at a funeral.
"Philbert" is a hit, and filming begins on Season 2. But as BoJack spirals deeper into addiction, he loses his grip on reality.
BoJack takes an underwater trip to the Pacific Ocean Film Festival for the “Secretariat” premiere, where he tries to reach out to Kelsey. At the same time, he attempts to return a seahorse baby to its mother.
On a drug-fueled bender, BoJack and Sarah Lynn crash an AA meeting, and BoJack decides to make amends to the people he hurt.
A celebration brings people together.
Princess Carolyn pitches "Philbert" to company execs. Todd gets a better business idea. BoJack comes to a realization about Hollyhock.
After the Sarah Lynn story breaks, BoJack gives a live interview on TV. Diane meets Guy's teenage son.
BoJack goes on a road trip to visit an old friend, and gets a taste of existence outside the Hollywoo bubble.
BoJack travels around the country reconnecting with loved ones, while Mr. Peanutbutter embarks on his own national tour as the face of depression.
In the midst of the latest PR crisis, Princess Carolyn gets a life-changing opportunity. With Diane's help, BoJack finally faces the music.
BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation.
Mr. Peanutbutter saves the day. Todd gets exciting news. BoJack, Diane and Princess Carolyn pursue new opportunities.
Diane divorces Mr. Peanutbutter and moves into a shabby studio. Feeling melancholy, she travels to Vietnam to get away from it all.
Surrounded by family, BoJack spirals into self-loathing. Princess Carolyn and Rutabaga Rabitowitz plan Courtney and Todd's sham wedding.
BoJack goes off the grid and winds up at his grandparents' dilapidated home in Michigan, where he befriends a dragonfly haunted by the past.
At the "Philbert" premiere party, Princess Carolyn deftly negotiates a deal, Gina steps into the limelight, and Diane confronts BoJack.
BoJack checks into Pastiches, a Malibu rehab facility, where he grapples with memories of Sarah Lynn's death and his own troubled childhood.
Todd organizes a surprise wedding for Pickles and Mr. Peanutbutter, but the party quickly goes off the rails when Mr. Peanutbutter makes a confession.
On one awful day, Princess Carolyn deals with rejection, deception and loss. BoJack and Diane try to track down Hollyhock's birth certificate.
Diane's depression lifts, but she's still struggling to start writing her memoir. Reporters Paige and Max pay Penny a visit.
The important things in life becomes clear to BoJack when Todd moves out to join the improv comedy group on their special cruise ship.
Mr. Peanutbutter announces the Oscar nominees. BoJack surrounds himself with admirers, but his real friendships are falling apart.
Diane's therapist encourages her to set boundaries with BoJack. A missing string cheese ignites a dispute between Todd and Princess Carolyn.