Mr. Peanutbutter's campaign to recall the governor of California culminates in a high-stakes ski race. Meanwhile, BoJack is nowhere to be found.
BoJack goes off the grid and winds up at his grandparents' dilapidated home in Michigan, where he befriends a dragonfly haunted by the past.
Helpful to a fault, Todd is spread thin doing favors for Princess Carolyn, Mr. Peanutbutter and a visitor with a potential connection to BoJack.
The campaign takes a toll on Diane's love life. BoJack helps Hollyhock search for her mom. Princess Carolyn tries to get pregnant.
A mass shooting at a mall creates a PR nightmare for Princess Carolyn. BoJack takes Hollyhock to visit his estranged mother.
Surrounded by family, BoJack spirals into self-loathing. Princess Carolyn and Rutabaga Rabitowitz plan Courtney and Todd's sham wedding.
Mr. Peanutbutter's posh campaign fundraiser takes a terrifying turn. As chaos swirls around them, BoJack and Diane get drunk.
Hollyhock starts dating an intern on BoJack's new show. Princess Carolyn meets Ralph's parents. Mr. Peanutbutter throws his support behind Woodchuck.
On one awful day, Princess Carolyn deals with rejection, deception and loss. BoJack and Diane try to track down Hollyhock's birth certificate.
Diane leaks damaging information on Jessica Biel, Todd's clown dentist business hits a snag, and Princess Carolyn finds hope in an unlikely place.
In 1963, young socialite Beatrice Sugarman meets the rebellious Butterscotch Horseman at her debutante party.
To help with the memoir he hopes will put him back in the spotlight, BoJack hires a ghostwriter.
BoJack finds himself the subject of national media attention after he calls the troops “jerks”.
BoJack reconnects with a friend from his past who moves into his house and creates pandemonium.
BoJack decides to mentor Todd; Diane’s ex-boyfriend writes an article about Mr. Peanutbutter.
A business trip for BoJack and Diane takes a detour; Todd runs a scam that gets him in trouble.
BoJack is jealous of Diane's relationship with Mr. Peanutbutter; Todd's in a new environment.
BoJack sabotages himself with an epic bender; Princess Carolyn's agency merges with another.
When he learns that his old friend from "Horsin' Around" is dying, BoJack tries to mend fences.
A lovestruck BoJack tries to sabotage a wedding; Todd accepts a surprising new professional role.
BoJack shoots a movie at Mr. Peanutbutter’s house; Diane finishes her book.
BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation.
BoJack has misgivings about his new show. Princess Carolyn visits an adoption agency. Todd interviews for a job at WhatTimeIsItRightNow.com.
Diane divorces Mr. Peanutbutter and moves into a shabby studio. Feeling melancholy, she travels to Vietnam to get away from it all.
Todd meets Yolanda's parents, who don't know she's asexual. Mr. Peanutbutter romances a young waitress. Gina confesses a childhood dream to BoJack.
When Princess Carolyn casts a disgraced celeb in "Philbert," BoJack inadvertently takes a stand. Mr. Peanutbutter tries to toughen up his image.
Painful memories come rushing back when Princess Carolyn visits her hometown and meets a pregnant teen. A stunt goes awry on the "Philbert" set.
Diane's therapist encourages her to set boundaries with BoJack. A missing string cheese ignites a dispute between Todd and Princess Carolyn.
At BoJack's 25th annual Halloween party, Pickles gets a crash course in Mr. Peanutbutter's romantic history -- and some advice from Diane.
A visiting Hollyhock dumps BoJack's painkillers, sending him on a desperate search for more. Todd tries to solve Emily's dating dilemma.
At the "Philbert" premiere party, Princess Carolyn deftly negotiates a deal, Gina steps into the limelight, and Diane confronts BoJack.
"Philbert" is a hit, and filming begins on Season 2. But as BoJack spirals deeper into addiction, he loses his grip on reality.