In Season 1, Diane serves as the ghostwriter for BoJack's memoir, One Trick Pony, which gains massive success and earns BoJack a Golden Globe. Princess Carolyn makes BoJack go on The Squawk to clear up what happened, but he ends up going along with being a feminist due to liking the positive attention he gets. Should viewers (or Diane for that matter) concern themselves with BoJack's illness when his hands are around a woman's neck? However, in coming to terms with his faults and failures, BoJack asks Diane to tell him that he is still a good person inside and pleads with her to give him that sense of security. As noted by Stefani in The Stopped Show, Diane holds everyone to an impossible standard, including herself. BoJack and Hollyhock arrive at Marcy's apartment building. Last appearance He also tells her that he wishes she didn't get so distant once she moved out and that she knows him better than anybody and needs him to be a part of his life. Not only showing off a unique premise but Fired on Mars also brings forth a distinctive voice cast that balances the seriousness and comedic nature of . But Season 5 suggests that this message of redemption may actually be harmful. They catch it on camera and the news claims that BoJack refused to forgive Vance at the Forgivies. During this, a movie based on the events of Our A-Story is a "D" Story, Mr. Peanutbutter's Hollywoo Heist is being filmed at Mr. Peanutbutter's house, with BoJack playing Mr. Peanutbutter and Naomi Watts playing Diane although the movie eventually gets canceled. Kelsey replies that he is also emotionally stunted because of his fame. Diane is completely against this, but Princess Carolyn angrily tells her it's what Sextina wants and to stop making the whole situation about herself. Diane angrily tells him he didn't trust that she knew something, and he says he just wanted to double-check anyway. She says yes. "Prickly-Muffin" Season 1, Episode 3. In the very first episode of BoJack Horseman, Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie) says to BoJack (Will Arnett), a deeply troubled actor who quickly becomes her close friend, "You're responsible for your own happiness.". Diane looks down by everything that's happened. Shortly after the meeting with Stefani, she starts to assemble a bed frame, albeit incorrectly. The two got in a huge argument on whether Tony Curtis was dead, as BoJack's girlfriend Wanda had asked, thus ending the party early after Diane freaked outas she angrily insisted he's dead. SUB")Princess Diane (by Artie Nguyen in "Live Fast, Diane Nguyen")Diana (Mr.Peanutbutter's mistake in "The BoJack Horseman Show") When Diane returns home, Mr. Peanutbutter picks her up from the airport, but when he is about to drop her off at her apartment, he hands her his finalized divorce papers. If anyone has ever experienced clinical depression, they can likely relate to a lot of moments in the animated series, and this is one of the most notable BoJack Horseman quotes. While Mr. Peanutbutter is able to go into great detail while expressing himself to Diane, Diane has trouble doing so. Diane is surprised by this and talks to Flip after the screening. This episode is all about Diane (Alison Brie). A black car pulls up, and a female bird comes out of the driver's side. Unbeknownst to her, he had just learned about the death of his father. Diane learns that Ralph is a Stilton, meaning he's very wealthy. Diane asks if Wanda's making him kick her out, which BoJack denies. At some point in her twenties, she relocated to Los Angeles, California. This upsets Hollyhock and she runs out. Officer Fuzzyface places them under arrest. Diane meets with Stefani atSandro's Place. Diane angrily tells Tom he's a journalist and won't tell his audience the truth. Do They Know Things?? She then goes to GirlCroosh but sees the office has been tented, and Stefani tells her to work from home for the next month. She even goes so far as to stop taking her medication, which makes her anxiety worse, even causing her to vomit from stress and withdrawal. She assures Guy she doesnt want to watch BoJacks interview with Biscuits Braxby since it was only meant to act as damage control and paint him as a victim, and she doesnt want to spend any more of her time worrying about him, although she does watch his second interview with Braxby, which seems to leave her with a feeling of confliction. BoJack thinks she may be right, although Wanda retorts Diane is the last person to take life advice from. Hank tells Diane he didn't do anything and turns off the tape recorder. He also gives one final bit of advice to BoJack and Diane, that it takes a long time to realize how truly miserable you are, and even longer to see it doesn't have to be that way, which saddens them both. However, the two end up getting involved and trying to solve a mystery involving an orca stripper dying from heroin named "BoJack." In Hooray! She wonders why BoJack didn't tell her about it. It's not exactly a happy quote, but it might make someone smile to realize they are not alone. For more information, please see our This causes a big argument between the two, ending with Diane leaving the writing team for Philbert and with BoJack telling Diane about what happened in New Mexico. In Later, her biography of BoJack earned him the Golden Globe Award for Best Comedy or Musical, despite not being a movie. Before she leaves in Surprise!, she goes to Pastiches to tell BoJack shes leaving, but the front desk groundhog tells her he went out while being supervisedwhich she later discovers is Mr. Peanutbutter and Pickles surprise wedding, put together by Todd. She convinces him to talk to Pickles about it, but later on, Mr. Peanutbutter fails to tell the truth to Pickles and proposes to her instead. They argue, and end up having "angry sex" again despite being divorced. The two lay on the pool, as it is filled with green Jell-O. Nice While It Lasted BoJack tries to defend himself and says he was drunk and under enormous pressure. Consider Breaking Bad, Rick and Morty, The Sopranos, House of Cards, Ozark, Ray Donovan, Deadwood, Boardwalk Empire and BoJack Horseman. Life has to go on after the "happy ending," and it may not always remain in that bubble. BoJack says that Dr. Indira said they didn't need her and that they both are equally screwed up, they're the same. In BoJack the Feminist, controversial actor Vance Waggoner, with a history of abusive and offensive behavior that inevitably tends to go overlooked, is cast as Fritz on Philbert, and is about to receive a Forgivie Award. He said he had nowhere else to go, but at that time, why would he have to have gone anywhere? He feels bad, almost as if he truly believes that there is some amount of guilt that will erase what happened in New Mexico, as if there is any amount of self-hatred BoJack can entertain that will absolve him of Sara Lynn's death. However, she still has trouble writing her book, as she has trouble tapping into her past trauma from her formative years, which she is convinced is "good damage." Hollyhock Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack, Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information, The only albino rhino gyno on the planet was Princess Carolyn's second date in, The GirlCroosh's receptionist is BoJack's one-night stand in, Raquel (white bat) the author about her happy marriage: ", Unlike all the other generic decade sequences so far, this one features no specific references to the pop culture or current events of. She did this due to the fact she was so in love with BoJack and he never called back which made her insanely jealous. Mr. Peanutbutter begins to makes a toast promising to beat Woodchuck Coodchuck-Berkowitz and thanking his pro-fracking supporters, but he suddenly senses an earthquake coming. She never completely unpacked her boxes after moving into her. In Live Fast, Diane Nguyen, Diane's father dies. She also served as a consultative writer for the film but was asked to do menial tasks such as making sure nobody tripped over the cables. While driving away from Tilda's set, BoJack tries to apologize, but Hollyhock refuses it. She's been on a downward trajectory for a while, and after her divorce from Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F . Otherwise, dont waste my time." She expresses interest to Princess Carolyn about writing more adult content and how shes been reading about Eleanor Roosevelt, but Princess Carolyn encourages her to write a sequel to Ivy Tran. BoJack offers for her to stay overnight in the guest room but Diane says she can't stay here again because last time she was a mess, and mentions how he left for Michigan. The final half of the season brings closure to the open relationship Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins) has with his fiancee, Pickles. At the end of Season 2, she is hired to be a celebrity Tweet ghostwriter for Princess Carolyn's agency, VIM, and she holds this job until the agency closes in the Season 3 episode It's You. People all have moments where they feel like crying, and sometimes it helps to take a hot shower and let it all come out. The final 8 episodes upturned BoJack's newfound happiness and sobriety, his cushy teaching position just too good to last. Diane's book ultimately helps BoJack's career and earns him a Golden Globe. In Head in the Clouds, she attends the Philbert premiere. Netflix. Season 5-S6E07 Diane tells him he has to contact the adoption agency and send a mutual consent form to make her adoption open, and if her birth mom says the same thing, she can meet her. Diane tries to carry him to their room, as the drugs make her think it's a good idea, but they both end up falling over and Diane breaks her left wrist. The show asks: if we are celebrating a show centered around the horrible actions of BoJack, are we also culpable? She later becomes even more overwhelmed after another failed attempt to write and breaks down when she reveals to Guy she stopped taking her meds, saying shes terrible and wants to die. Dianes voice asks why he called because she lives in Chicago now and cant save him. During this, Diane's boss, Stefani Stilton, addresses Diane about her articles, saying she finds it inspiring that she knows no one reads the stuff she writes about but she does it anyway. Guy begs her to come live in Chigaco with him, because shed be so much happier, but Diane rejects, saying its too much pressure to have him be the only good thing in her life. Diane tells Mr. Peanutbutter he has to help Woodchuck win the race because he has no idea what he's up against. She sees Hank being interviewed by Tom Jumbo-Grumbo on the TV. However, her brothers make her plan the funeral, and BoJack ends up bonding with themas he always wanted brothers. Before he can do so, however, he is stopped by an angry Todd, who reminds him he can't intrude in other people's lives. She asks if he's seen Mr. Peanutbutter and he says that he might be in the library, the one he tried to give her when they decided to split up. Diane admits she thinks she depressed. Despite her opinionated nature and the fact that BoJack violates most, if not all, of her principals, she cares about and supports him enough as a friend to try and steer him in what she believes is the right direction. This would eventually end in their divorce, since the fact that Mr. Peanutbutter pressured Diane to approach BoJack, involving another one of Mr. Peanutbutter's mistakes. That's your birthright." BoJack tells Diane he really wanted her to like him, to which Diane replies "I know.". BoJack tells her to delete it, saying it was another drunken message. This sobering moment highlights the co-dependent and toxic elements of their friendship. I'm Hank Hippopopalous. His first plan goes awry and Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter end up moving their wedding to the following week. The doctor comes in and tells her blood work is good, but to not do any more drugs in the time beingbecause she's pregnant. He forgives her however because "making food is impossible." She tells Mr. Peanutbutter she loves him and all the crazy things he does, and he's good for her. Despite this, Diane has never actually been seen wearing the same dress twice, and actually has worn a variety of outfits for special occasions/events. Her parents didnt name her until she was four years old, and she was apparently named after the Cheers character of the same name. An early episode of BoJack Horseman Season 5 introduces Vance Waggoner, voiced by Bobby Cannavale, who is a Frankenstein monster of cruel men, someone who spouts sexist and anti-Semitic language at a police officer, violently assaults a woman, and leaves his daughter a threatening voicemail. Diane Nguyen (born March 19, 1980) is a human Vietnamese-American writer, "misunderstood intellectual," and third-wave feminist from Boston, who lived with her well-off and famous ex-husband, Mr. Peanutbutter, until their divorce in Season 5. He asks how her day was, and she says it was good, as the black tar engulfs him. Diane explains to Mr. Peanutbutter that it's hard for her to talk about her feelings because she didn't have the support growing up as he did. According to the model sheets, she is 5 1/2 feet tall when barefoot and stands at about 53-54 when wearing boots. She tells him Marcy isn't her mom, Hollyhock tells BoJack that Marcy is not her mother because she found a photo of her from the premiere of the movie Autumn in New York, which premiered August of 2000. Hollyhock commands BoJack to pull over, and she says she can find her mother on her own now that she has the book. As a sixteen-year-old teenager, from what was seen in her brothers' "Cry-anne" video, which was filmed on the night of her homecoming dance, she had pimples, and her hair was puffier (although she may have styled it as a perm just for the dance), also she had larger glasses with thicker and rounder frames. During a break she gets a call from Sebastian St. Clair, saying he is upset she declined coming to North Cordovia. She says she doesn't want to be in a routine as an old couple. SUB, Diane's therapist, Dr. Indira, tells her wife, Mary-Beth about her week, but she changes the names of the people. Tom asks Mr. Peanutbutter if he will accept that as a challenge, and Mr. Peanutbutter reluctantly agrees. However, they suddenly start making out, which leads to them engaging in passionate angry sex.". As Diane assures BoJack that he did the right thing by apologizing, he kisses her and she pushes him off. As he leaves, Diane, still not intimidated by him, says she knows who he is. Most of Bojack Horseman Season 5 revolves around the production of Philbert, a gritty show about a troubled man who does horrible things starring BoJack Horseman, a troubled horse who does horrible things. When Vance goes on stage to accept his award, BoJack sniffs the cheese and makes a disgusted face. Marcy explains she tried to call BoJack, but the number he gave her was for a sandwich shop in Temecula. The next day Guy meets her outside the building Whitewhale with her coat. In Thoughts and Prayers, A streak of mass gun violence threatens the release of Courtney Portnoy's new movie Ms. Taken which has a lot of gun violence. Neither he or Hollyhock find her. By the finale, she moves to Houston, Texas to be with Guy, whose ex-wife and son moved there as well, and marries him shortly afterward. Diane explains, "I hated her, and I will never forgive her, but she needed me and she was my best friend and I loved her." The Way You Do. Diane and BoJack first meet in Season 1 after she is hired to ghostwrite his memoir, One Trick Pony. She's culpable for BoJack's strangling of Gina, his Philbert co-lead and girlfriend. Plot Sarah Lynn wakes up and is shown to have a more calm and positive life ever since she went sober. She schedules him for the same time next week, and BoJack declares her as his best friend. Todd asks Diane to run a DNA test on two hair samples which he says are Channing Tatum's and his daughter's, when they're actually BoJack and his potential daughter Hollyhock's. BoJack and Diane then pretend to be the thermostat and coin softer to convince Mr. Peanutbutter he needs to go to her and actually listen. The next day, Princess Carolyn offers her a job at her new agency, VIM, as a ghostwriter for celebrity Tweets. An angry and hurt BoJack orders Diane to rewrite the book, to which Diane spitefully decides to leak the first few chapters of the book through BuzzFeed, with the help of Wayne, her ex-boyfriend. Unfortunately, they get pulled over by Officer Meow Meow Fuzzyface. Someone in the audience cuts her off when she brings up Hank, asking what she means by that. Dr. Indira offers to allow them to have a conversation in her room because it's a safe space, but Diane doesn't feel like it's safe now that BoJack is here. She first met BoJack Horseman in 2009 at the urging of Mr. Peanutbutter a Halloween party that Mr. Peanutbutter imposes on BoJack annually, hosting the party in BoJack's home. She breaks down crying, saying she's the problem and she can't be happy. Mr. Peanutbutter becomes enraged, and be picks up Dianes laptop and throws it to the ground, destroying it. Stefani explains that GirlCroosh is moving to video format and that she wants Diane to be the face of it. In 2007, she had short hair with long parted bangs, a similar style to how she wears in Season 5. The two initially develop a strong friendshipwith BoJack harboring feelings for Diane, and Diane encouraging BoJack, for the first time, to talk truthfully about himself and about his past, including his shitty behavior and abusive childhood. Guy and Diane then devise a plan to expose Whitewhale by investigating the death of Matt Minnowman, a Whitewhale factory worker who died at one of its warehouses. However, Mr. Peanutbutter surprises Diane by revealing he had a "Belle-room" installed in their new home. Most people grew up hearing stories with happy endings. Most of her worst qualities are brought to the surface by her temper. In thefinal season of BoJack Horseman, Diane begins to move forward with her life. Diane then angrily admits she doesn't want Mr. Peanutbutter to be governor because she thinks he would be bad at it. BoJack and Diane, still a bit drunk, try to figure out what to do, and realize that there might be a well of water beneath them. She calls herself a pit good things fall into. On a drug-fueled bender, BoJack and Sarah Lynn crash an AA meeting, and BoJack decides to make amends to the people he hurt. I'm A Pit! In the Season 2 episode, "Let's Find Out! BoJack and Emily meet up at the bar, and it seems like they end up sleeping together. spouts sexist and anti-Semitic language at a police officer, leaves his daughter a threatening voicemail, a months-long bender that ends in her death. Both characters have acted selfishly. BoJack tries explaining the plot lines to Diane, admitting he doesn't understand them either, but what's important right now is to prove their not sexist. BoJack and Diane get drunk together after Mr. Peanutbutter's house collapses in an earthquake due to the fracking in the backyard. Katrina confronts her about the article she wrote, telling her she can either shut up and support her husband or do the opposite and let her marriage crumble. Diane calls Guy and tells him about how she got made grilled cheese sandwiches all the time when she first moved to LA and was broke, jobless and had no friends, because they distracted her from how miserable she was, and the thing she loves most is that they can be made anywhere. BoJack then kisses Diane unexpectedly. Every day." However, Mr. Peanutbutter doesn't actually know how to ski, so Katrina sends him to ski school. Later, to Diane's dismay, Sextina releases a raunchy song and video called Get Dat Fetus Kill Dat Fetus. She worries about Guy coming back and not even recognizing her, but he says he barely recognizes her now. She would also sit by herself on a hill by the local dump, and would dream of waking up as Chelsea Clinton, but with her own hair as revealed in Live Fast, Diane Nguyen. BoJack, who spends a year and a half at his grandparents' old summer home in Harper's Landing, Michigan, breaks down and calls Diane in The Old Sugarman Place, apologizing for everything. She turns on the TV, and a news broadcast reveals that Jessica Biel is now running for governor against Woodchuck, with Katrina as her manager. She's sad because she thinks things will go back to normal the next daythey'll fight because she's mean, and she doesn't know why she is. Mr. Peanutbutter and Diane stay in a hotel due to their house getting destroyed. Directed by She assures him she'll call him if she's out late, and that she's probably not going to have a good time and she's only doing it for work. Their first stop is Juneau, Alaska, where BoJack and Diane are at a Q-and-A. BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation. BoJack helps her move into her apartment, and after voicing his disdain for her crappy apartment he tells her if she ever wants to crash at his place she can. Diane is a nice, intelligent, nerdy third-wave feminist woman who is shy at social gatherings but ironically bold and upstanding when she sees it's necessary, such as pointing out injustices she sees happening around her. Diane attended Boston University where she majored in Literature and Equine Studies. Diane sits in the airport as she waits to leave for Cordovia. She continues to explain she didn't like parties and big gestures and has told him this countless times before. As Diane angrily cleans up, Mr. Peanutbutter asks if she wants to talk about it. A large part of that can be contributed to her estrangement from BoJack, who was often a hindering influence in her life. BoJack and Diane are the only main characters to have design changes within the series. Princess Carolyn and Diane sit watching Sextina's "abortion" on television at the former's apartment. Author of Ivy Tran, Food Court DetectiveWriterGhostwriter (formerly)Writer for Girl Croosh (formerly)Celebrity Tweet Ghostwriter (Season 3)Consulting producer for Philbert (formerly)Character consultant for Secretariat) (formerly)Barista (formerly)Caterer (formerly) She goes to BoJack's place but they both end up spending the night getting drunk. Since Diane is a main character, she is seen in every single episode except: BoJack Horseman Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. She struggles to get past his actions in New Mexico, and is further disappointed when she learns about his involvement in Sarah Lynn's death. He responds with, Joke's on you! He says she can either be mad at him or get drunk with him, but not both. However, this sparks an argument with the two on why Diane doesnt just leave LA when shes miserable there, with Diane telling Guy it must be great that he can feel good when the world burns around them, and calls him out on his commitment to their relationship, calling back to him telling his friends she was just a coworker. BoJack has an agent named Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), a pink tabby cat with a careerist streak, and a slacker house guest named Todd (Aaron Paul), who started sleeping on BoJack's couch. Sebastian tells her they have to build a hospital, and if she can't handle it she should go home. She then publishes her article, which leads to the two throwing and breaking their computers and coffee mugs, and Mr. Peanutbutter pins Diane to the wall as the two struggle against one another. He asks her to come work with Flip on the show to make it something that they can all be proud of. Diane is furious, as besides, the fact she's told him numerous times she hates grand gestures, the room was her personal dream/fantasy, and to her, it's ruined now. Mr. Peanutbutter assures her he knows his brother. Stefani wants Diane to go the award show to take Vance down and do some "Hollywoo hob-nobbing," and ask BoJack why Vance is going to star on his new showa fact that shocks Diane. The two then admit they missed each other. Diane is considerably compassionate and empathetic, especially towards friends of hers such as Todd and BoJack, even when dragged into BoJack's shenanigans (demonstrated especially in Season 1). This story is really her way of telling Guy she wants to move in with him in Chigaco. He also asks if they gave a newborn horse girl up for adoption seventeen years ago. The man then says Hank's assistants took his money and don't care that they're ruining his life. Spoilers ahead for BoJack Horseman Season 5. She then thanks BoJack, tells him its going to be ok, and that shes sorry. Pa Nguyen (father; deceased)Ma Nguyen (mother)Artie Nguyen (older brother)Marty Nguyen (older brother)Tommy Nguyen (older brother)Gary Nguyen (adoptive older brother)Guy (husband)Sonny (step-son)Mr. Peanutbutter (ex-husband)Captain Peanutbutter (ex-brother-in-law)Unnamed Ex-Nephews BoJack encourages the worst parts of Diane. After BoJack turns the TV he was watching the interview on, he gets a call from Wanda who asks him to talk to Diane because Hank is the only thing keeping her network afloat, the same network that employs Diane's husband. Diane replies "Sometimes, sometimes lifes a bitch, and then you keep living. She and BoJack, after meeting with Pinky in New York, stop in Boston for Diane to quickly give her condolences. This is perhaps the saddest of the BoJack Horseman quotes in the series. Diane explains that's the problem, everyone loves him so they don't want to believe he's capable of doing anything bad. Diane looks hesitant, and the scene cuts to her tell Mr. Peanutbutter at their home that she got the job. He also gleefully reveals that he murdered Matt Minnowman for taking too many bathroom breaks and encouraging other employees to do so, and he doesnt care if that story gets out either Congress just passed a law that legalized murder for billionaires. She also mentions that she knows that BoJack did something to a girl in New Mexico. When Andrew Garfield breaks up with her, Sarah Lynn moves in with BoJack. Princess Carolyn says the industry is screwed up, and they need a big star. When Diane shows concern for this, Sextina ignores her and says it's show business. This was one of those deep moments when BoJack lets other people know his inner feelings. She refuses, saying that she's done writing with and for BoJack, and says that he needs to hold himself accountable. After she writes a fictional middle-grade story about teen detective Ivy Tran, she is concerned this wont connect to as much to people as a personal memoir about her childhood trauma would. Soon after her first meeting with Ana, they reunite so that Ana can play her a tape. I Am. She refuses to at first, as she hated what they did to her mind and body in college. However, in Season 3, their marriage has appeared to be strained from Diane's lie, as the two (typically Mr. Peanutbutter) constantly call each other to check in on each other and say they understand and respect what they have to say, and they start going to marriage counseling. As his voicemail message ends, Mr. Peanutbutter proposes to Diane, and she accepts. BoJack leaves and goes to Diane's. He is not sure if it's the right thing for them, because it'll distract him from his and Todd's clown dentist business. Diane states that all his former assistants made the same accusations against him, while BoJack tries to change the subject to him as he knows this could get controversial, and that said accusations are just a Google search away. The former Horsin' Around actress and pop star dies of a heroin overdose in Season 3's "That's Too Much, Man!" At one point, she says "You know, it's funny, because the last time I saw you, you told me that you needed me in your life, and then you just disappeared. BoJack lets them have the wedding in Elefante the restaurant he owns, so he has a better vantage to sabotage the wedding. Cookie Notice and their friendship persisted through several struggles throughout the show. Diane asks him if going to New York or making the Secretariat movie that he wanted would've made him happy. 2K views, 27 likes, 7 loves, 18 comments, 0 shares, Facebook Watch Videos from Dbstvstlucia: DBS MORNING SHOW & OBITUARIES 25TH APRIL 2023 APRIL 2023 No. She is seen as a teenager again in a flashback in The Dog Days Are Over. As a result, she initially didnt go with Guy to Houston. Mr. Peanutbutter listens to a hyper Diane as she tells him that she doesn't always know how to express herself or what kind of Diane she is, but she realized she's, "all of the Dianes." BoJack said this, and it's heartbreaking, as BoJack finally admits he doesn't love himself. Aliases Diane then explains how she's an untrustworthy new source and a hypocrite after her actions. Whitewhale tells Diane and Guy he doesnt care if they make a video about him, because when people put out videos or media calling his company evil, people think their business is uncompromised by morality, and their stocks go up. At the abortion clinic, Diane complains about Sextina bad Princess Carolyn to Mr. Peanutbutter, who listens and voice his support to everything she says. "You were born broken. Brought on in part to BoJack's ongoing struggle with addiction, BoJack reaches a new low when a choking scene in Philbert goes beyond acting and turns into BoJack actively strangling Gina. They successfully distract the public to get it off BoJack's deck with Mr. Peanutbutter's helicopter, but Mr. Peanutbutter delivers it to his house and claims he stole it as a romantic gesture to Diane, to BoJack's anger. Mr. Peanutbutter says he wants every day to be a happy one because they don't have many days left.
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