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'BoJack Horseman' fan recap: 'Fish Out Of Water'

Season 3 | Episode 4 | “Fish Out Of Water” | Aired Jul 22, 2016

BoJack Horseman continues his promotional efforts to get Secretariat some good publicity in the hope of winning an Oscar. BoJack takes an underwater adventure to the Pacific Ocean Film Festival (POFF) for the Secretariat premiere, but has second thoughts when he finds out Kelsey Jennings is going to be in attendance.

He has second thoughts because he never apologized to Kelsey for getting her fired from the movie after he escaped to L.A. at the end of season 2. BoJack is met with feelings of guilt, anxiety, and fear as he confronts his emotions and takes inventory of the damage he’s done to other people. BoJack tries to come up with the right words to apologize to Kelsey but he’s underwater and can’t speak. Writing a letter to Kelsey proves unsuccessful when she leaves the Film Festival and BoJack gets separated from her by a school of fish trying to board a bus.

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'BoJack Horseman' fan recap: 'BoJack Kills'

Season 3 | Episode 3 | “BoJack Kills” | Aired Jul 22

BoJack Horseman is a dark comedy, but as dark as the Netflix Original series is, viewers haven’t seen anything as dark as murder until “BoJack Kills.”

In this episode, BoJack and Diane find a dead whale named Nadia floating in the pool of BoJack’s old collaborator Mr. Cuddlywhiskers, and BoJack is arrested as the prime suspect. Diane was avoiding BoJack and told him she’d like to keep their relationship professional, but they find themselves entangled in a murder mystery — and someone’s framing BoJack. Diane discovers that Nadia’s cell phone had a text message that said, “BoJack is trying to kill me.”

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'BoJack Horseman' fan react: Flashback to 2007

Season 3 | Episode 2 | “The BoJack Horseman Show” | Aired Jul 25–29

BoJack Horseman gives viewers a flashback episode with season three’s second episode, which sees the former star of Horsin’ Around trying to make himself over with a new project.

The episode opens with BoJack in bed with Princess Carolyn, who is cautious about making this a recurring thing. She’s working as a secretary for the company she will later become an agent with and is trying to convince BoJack to get back to work instead of sitting around and getting drunk at home all day.

After BoJack’s agent and Princess Carolyn’s boss, Marv, rejects the scripts she read (There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men) she recommends BoJack for a project from award-winning writer Cuddlywhiskers (Jeffrey Wright) called Mitch’s Life. Marv laughs it off because he doesn’t think he’ll work, which motivates Princess Carolyn to trick him into taking a meeting after giving him four Four Lokos.

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'BoJack Horseman' character analysis: Is BoJack likeable?

BoJack Horseman (Will Arnett) has done some despicable things over the course of three seasons of the Netflix Original series of the same name, but is he entirely to blame for his behavior, or is he a victim of a terrible childhood?

Spoiler Alert: The following contains spoilers from the first three seasons of BoJack Horseman.

After 36 episodes, the viewer has seen BoJack continue to redefine rock bottom as he struggles with depression, addiction, a jaded sense of the world, and perceptions of how he’s portrayed. Maybe it’s not all his fault though, as he was shown zero love and affection from his mother and father as a child. His mother is verbally abusive and tells him he was born broken, and nothing he did was ever good enough for his father.

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BoJack Horseman season 3 premiere fan react: BoJack's Oscar campaign

BoJack Horseman returned to Netflix with 12 all-new episodes on July 22 for its third season, which sees BoJack (Will Arnett) campaigning for an Oscar for his work on Secretariat.

Despite leaving production before the movie was finished when he escaped from Los Angeles at the end of the second season, BoJack is in the running for an Oscar, even though he was replaced by digital effects after quitting. Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris) and BoJack’s publicist Ana Spanakopita (Angela Basset) set him off on a press tour in New York City before an advanced screening of the movie.

Before the screening, BoJack meets with Jill Pill (Mara Wilson) who he met during The BoJack Horseman Show after working on Horsin’ Around. She pitches a challenging project for BoJack, but he’s not interested because he doesn’t do challenging things. He mentions he wants to leave a legacy behind so people remember his name. He wants to win the Oscar because he thinks it’ll give his life meaning.

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The 5 best 'BoJack Horseman' episodes to watch before season 3

The third season of the Netflix Original series BoJack Horseman will be back with all-new episodes on July 25.

Raphael Bob-Waksberg created BoJack Horseman, and the series stars Will Arnett as the title character, a former sitcom star from the ’80s who has drifted into irrelevance and self-despair.

BoJack is hopeful of reviving his career with the release of his memoir, written by Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie). He quickly develops feelings for her, but she’s in a relationship with his rival Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins), but BoJack simply can’t help but make things awkward and uncomfortable. BoJack’s roommate Todd (Aaron Paul), his agent, and his on-again/off-again girlfriend Princess Caroline (Amy Sedaris) add to the supporting cast whose lives revolve around the cynical, depressed, alcoholic, and needy BoJack.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out BoJack Horseman yet and want to get caught up with the animated series, here are the five best episodes so far that you should consider required viewing before the third season arrives.

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'BoJack Horseman' recap: A fitting finale

Season 1 | Episode 12 | “Later” | Released Aug 22, 2014

With 11 funny, sad, and meaningful episodes now struck from the Netflix queue, the season finale of BoJack Horseman has the tough task of tying it all together. Luckily, it does so beautifully.

We open in 1973, as Secretariat is doing an interview on The Dick Cavett Show. After some banter, Dick reads a heartwarming letter from a nine-year-old BoJack. BoJack asks Secretariat if he ever gets sad, and if he does, how he fixes his case of the grumpies. Secretariat stares into the camera and tells BoJack to keep moving forward. People will try to slow him down, but if you keep your eyes on the prize, nothing will stand in your way.Read More

'BoJack Horseman' recap: BoJack's drugged-out trip

Season 1 | Episode 11 | “Downer Ending” | Released Aug 22, 2014

With Diane canned and the world aware of BoJack’s deepest, darkest secrets, episode 10 left off with a surprising cliffhanger. But in episode 11, we learn that we haven’t seen anything yet. Just give our favorite horse some pills and watch the emotional fireworks fly.

We open with Diane and BoJack holding another meeting with Petey Penguin in the crumbling publishing house. The publisher confirms to BoJack what Diane tried to tell him in the last episode: People are gravitating to Diane’s real BoJack, not his fake mental image. When he hears the book must be in by the end of the week, BoJack’s ego takes hold. After blasting Diane’s profession and personality, he promises to write a new version of it himself. Diane leaves, upset, and the publisher prays he’ll have something to sell before the bank repossesses the building.Read More

'BoJack Horseman' recap: On the set with Naomi Watts and Wallace Shawn

Season 1 | Episode 10 | “One Trick Pony” | Released Aug 22, 2014

Episode 9 of BoJack Horseman settled some scores and set things right. Diane is newly married, Todd has a new gig, and BoJack is still BoJack. With episode 10, things go one step further as BoJack preps for his new feature film.

We open with an Excess Hollywoo (yes, that’s spelled correctly) exposé on BoJack’s new movie about Mr. Peanutbutter’s stolen D. Mr. Peanutbutter tells the host he’s delighted to be the film’s inspiration, but BoJack is still bitter about losing credit for his scheme. When talking to Carolyn, he even offered to play himself, but the role had already been filled by Wallace Shawn (playing himself). Back on the interview, BoJack says he’s “delighted to be there.”Read More

'BoJack Horseman' recap: Love, sabatoge, and Margo Martindale

Season 1 | Episode 9 | “Horse Majeure” | Released Aug 22, 2014

After an emotional episode of old friends and ’80s references, episode 9 continues examining BoJack, as Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter plan their wedding.

The show opens right where episode 8 left off. Uncomfortable after the attempted kiss, BoJack and Diane awkwardly agree they’re friends only. Besides, Diane is engaged, and it would be easier to pretend nothing happened. Diane abruptly jumps out of the car to walk the final three miles home.Read More

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Mark Harris
February 23, 1990 AT 05:00 AM EST

The Bradys are back, with a passel of 90’s hassles. Do they represent the typical American Family? Did they ever? Who does? Stare and compare!

Kind Of Family
TheBradyBunch 1969-74: Blended
The Bradys 1990-: Enormous
Married…With Children 1987-: Postnuclear
Thirtysomething 1987-: Extended
The Flintstones 1960-66: Modern Stone Age

Family Pet
The Brady Bunch: Tiger
The Bradys: Alice
Married…With Children: Buck
Thirtysomething: Grendel
The Flintstones: Dino

Typical Guest Star
The Brady Bunch: Davey Jones
The Bradys: There’s no room
Married…With Children: Sam Kinison
Thirtysomething: Carly Simon
The Flintstones: Ann Margrock

Expression Of Joy
The Brady Bunch: Groovy!
The Bradys: Ritual hugging
Married…With Children: ”Oh, great.”
Thirtysomething: ”Of course I’m happy for you. Really. But what about me? Why does it always have to be about you?
The Flintstones: ”Yabba-dabba doo

Expression Of Rage

The Brady Bunch: ”Hmmm…”
The Bradys: ”If you back away from something you really want, then you’re a quitter!” (the angriest any Brady has ever been)
Married…With Children: ”Aaagh, God, take me from this miserable life!”
Thirtysomething: ”I’m not angry, OK?”
The Flintstones: ”Willllmaaaa!”

Typical Problem
The Brady Bunch: Marcia and her rival both want to be the prom queen.
The Bradys: Bobby gets paralyzed.
Married…With Children: Al doesn’t buy his family Christmas presents.
Thirtysomething: Nancy gets cancer.
The Flintstones: Fred and Barney are staying out too late.

Typical Solution
The Brady Bunch: The prom committee decides to have two queens.
The Bradys: Bobby gets married.
Married…With Children: They hate him.
Thirtysomething: If only we knew…
The Flintstones: Wilma and Betty decide to follow them.

House Style
The Brady Bunch: Conservative but mod, circa ’69
The Bradys: Conservative but mod, circa ’90
Married…With Children: Roach motel
Thirtysomething: Enviable
The Flintstones: Suburban cave

Clothing Style
The Brady Bunch: Early Osmonds
The Bradys: Made in the USA
Married…With Children: Flammable fabrics
Thirtysomething: Eclectic earth tones; nice ties
The Flintstones: One-piece

Most Annoying Character
The Brady Bunch: Alice’s cousin Emma, the substitute housekeeper (too strict)
The Bradys: Marcia’s husband, Wally (chronically unemployable)
Married…With Children: Steve (supercilious)
Thirtysomething: Ellyn (goes through Hope’s drawers, babbles, changes hairstyle every other week, generally mistreats her friends)
The Flintstones: Mr. Slate (bossy)

Attitude Toward Sex
The Brady Bunch: Never heard of it
The Bradys: Omigod — even Cindy does it!
Married…With Children: Peg: Yes. Al: No.
Thirtysomething: They didn’t get all those kids by accident.
The Flintstones: Prehistoric

How Spouses Fight
The Brady Bunch: They don’t.
The Bradys: Infrequently, but it happens
Married…With Children: Tooth and nail
Thirtysomething: They stop talking
The Flintstones: Fred and Barney go bowling while Wilma and Betty max out their charge cards.

How Kids Get Into Trouble
The Brady Bunch: Greg takes a puff of a cigarette.
The Bradys: Carol’s grandson steals her business cards and sticks them in the spokes of Bobby’s wheelchair.
Married…With Children: By committing felonies
Thirtysomething: Ethan plays with a forbidden toy rocket.
The Flintstones: They don’t.

How They’re Punished

The Brady Bunch: ”It’s not what you did, honey — it’s that you couldn’t come to us.”
The Bradys ”Next time, ask.”
Married…With Children: By the authorities
Thirtysomething: It blows up in his face.
The Flintstones: They’re not.

What Family Does For Fun
The Brady Bunch: Takes special three-part vacations to Hawaii and the Grand Canyon
The Bradys: Has flashbacks
Married…With Children: Exchanges insults
Thirtysomething: Talks
The Flintstones: Attends showings of The Monster at the Bedrock Drive-In

Unsolved Mysteries
The Brady Bunch: How exactly did Carol’s first husband and Mike’s first wife die?
The Bradys: What’s with Marcia’s new face and Bobby’s blonde hair
Married…With Children: What kind of hair spray does Peg use?
Thirtysomething: Why did Nancy take Elliot back? What do Gary and Susanna see in each other?
The Flintstones: How does Barney’s shirt stay on if he has no shoulders? Where do Fred and Wilma plug in their TV?

Worst Behavior
The Brady Bunch: The Brady children once made Alice feel under-appreciated.

The Bradys: Marcia’s son Mickey watches Bobby’s car-crash tape for fun.
Married…With Children: The Bundy’s kill their neighbor’s dog.
Thirtysomething: Elliot has an affair and talks about it.
The Flintstones: Characters don’t wear under-clothes.

Best Reason To Watch
The Brady Bunch: This is what life should be.
The Bradys: They’re all grown-ups now!
Married…With Children: Terry Rakolta hates it.
Thirtysomething (Tie) This is your life. This isn’t your life.
The Flintstones: This is what life might have been.

Best Reason Not To Watch
The Brady Bunch: Blurred vision from rerun overdoses.
The Bradys: You’re all grown-ups now.
Married…With Children: She has a point.
Thirtysomething: After a while, you think it’s real.
The Flintstones: The Simpsons

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