The “BoJack Horseman” Quiz

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By: Alex Wittman

6 Min Quiz

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About This Quiz

To be perfectly honest, we were a little skeptical when (all those years ago now) "BoJack Horseman" debuted on Netflix. A cartoon? Really? We were more clueless than Todd Chavez! Tackling tough to talk about issues like sexism in the workplace, depression and addiction, "BoJack Horseman" tuned out to be one of the most woke shows on television. 

But all good things must come to an end. To commemorate the recent series finale, we're taking a look back at the show and want to know how closely you were paying attention. Have you got what it takes to pass the "BoJack Horseman" quiz?

Stop whatever it is that you're doing, and let's take a little trip to Hollywoo. You see, back in the '90s, BoJack was in a very famous TV show ... Can you hear the intro music? From Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter to Princess Carolyn and Sextina Aquafina, how much do you know about your favorite "BoJack Horseman" characters? Put your "BoJack" knowledge to the test and earn your star on the Hollywoo Walk of Fame. When you're done, pass this quiz along to all your Netflix-loving friends to see who can score the highest on the "BoJack Horseman" quiz!


The man behind the horse. Who voiced BoJack?

Will Arnett voiced the show's title character. But where did the name BoJack come from? The series creator said it just sounded like a horse name to him. That's good enough for us!

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Which "BoJack Horseman" character said this: "I feel like my life is just a series of unrelated wacky adventures"?

Well, BoJack, isn't every animated character's life just a "series of unrelated wacky adventures"? Really, though, the show was so much more than that! "BoJack Horseman" tackled tough issues like depression, assault and substance abuse.

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What was that famous TV show BoJack was on back in the '90s?

Back in the '90s, BoJack was on a very famous TV show. Maybe you remembered it? "Horsin' Around." The Netflix series began decades later when BoJack kicked off his big return to the celebrity spotlight.

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Hmmm, sounds familiar. Who voiced Todd Chavez?

Fans of "Breaking Bad" probably recognized Todd Chavez's voice. Aaron Paul voiced the red beanie-wearing freeloader that crashed on BoJack's couch for, like, years. While we wouldn't want Todd living in our house rent-free, we loved his quirky character!

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Who said this famous "BoJack Horseman" line: "Because he's so nice, people don't want to think he's capable of awful things, so they let him off the hook"?

Of course, there's just something about that quote that screams Diane Nguyen. "BoJack Horseman" production designer said the show's human characters, like Diane and Todd, were the hardest to create.

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Throwing it back! Who was Princess Carolyn's boss when she worked at Vigor?

Back in season 1 and 2, Mr. Witherspoon was the head of the Vigor agency where Princess Carolyn worked. After the bullfrog suffered a stroke and died, his nephew, who was once Princess Carolyn's assistant, took over. Late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert voiced Mr. Witherspoon!

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Where is the Sugarman family lake house that BoJack spent time when he was a child?

During his not-so-happy childhood, BoJack spent time at the Sugarman family's lake house in Michigan. In the series, he returned to the house and found it run down. With the help of the widower dragonfly across the street, BoJack fixed it up.

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You know this one! Which "BoJack Horseman" character said this: "I need you to tell me that I'm a good person"?

And, the award for the neediest character ever goes to ... BoJack Horseman! Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg and production designer Lisa Hanawalt have been friends since high school and even modeled some of the characters after their former classmates.

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How festive! Which holiday go its very own "BoJack Horseman" special?

One of our favorite episodes of "BoJack Horseman" is the Christmas special. From the Christmas special to regular episodes, "BoJack Horseman" was unique in that there was a table read for each episode. The actors actually got to interact with each other, unlike most animated shows.

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In "BoJack Horseman," who said this: "When you look at someone through rose-colored glasses, all the red flags just look like flags"?

That quote from Wanda Pierce is really something to think about. Wanda and BoJack dated in season 2. The two met after Wanda was revived from a 30-year coma. As you might guess from this quote, things don't turn out well for the couple.

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In season 5, Princess Carolyn adopts a baby. What kind of animal was it?

Princess Carolyn's little bundle of joy is a porcupine named Sadie! She adopted her from a young woman in her hometown in North Carolina. Todd, who actually end up living with Princess Carolyn, helped care for Sadie.

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We don't know if this is more sad or funny. Which character said this: "I need to go take a shower so I can't tell if I'm crying or not"?

There are so many moments in "BoJack Horseman" when we didn't know if we wanted to laugh or cry. This quote from the title character was one of them. Will Arnett said that, because BoJack was often so dark, it was one of the hardest roles in his career.

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Before moving to Hollywoo, where did Diane grow up?

Diane is a Boston girl! Stylistically, Diane was inspired by another animated character, Daria. But the production designer said the similar military jackets were just a coincidence.

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Who said this "BoJack Horseman" line: "Things don't become traditions because they're good, BoJack. They become traditions because they're good"?

Hey, that's none other than Todd Chavez! Todd was one of the first openly asexual characters on TV. Some critics have called his character development and the openness around the subject revolutionary.

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How many seasons are in the entire series?

If you got this question wrong, it might have been because the last two seasons were split into two parts. Yeah, we know it's kind of confusing But officially, there are six seasons (totaling 77 episodes) of "BoJack Horseman."

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Before Diane, which real-life celebrity was Mr. Peanutbutter married to?

Major points for randomness! Mr. Peanutbutter's second wife was actress Jessica Biel. Biel, who is married to Justin Timberlake in real life, voiced herself on the show. Not every celebrity on the show agreed to voice their own character, but we're glad Jessica did!

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What was the name of BoJack's father?

BoJack's not-so-nice father was Butterscotch Horseman. He claimed to be writing the next great American novel but was actually just abusive to his son and wife, Beatrice. Beatrice was heiress to the Sugarman sugar cube fortune.

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In season 6, which body part does Todd donate?

This wasn't one of his quirky ventures. Todd donated his kidney to his mother. The episode is called "The Kidney Stays in the Picture." Later, after staging a fake kidnapping, Todd finally reconnected with his mom.

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What award does Sarah Lynn win at the Oscars?

She wasn't in attendance, but Sarah Lynn took home the Oscar for Best Original Song. Wiz Khalifa (voiced by the real Wiz Khalifa) announced the award, but Sarah Lynn was on a bender with BoJack.

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Give this guy some credit! Who created "BoJack Horseman"?

Fans of "BoJack Horseman" owe a debt of gratitude to Raphael Bob-Waksberg. Without him, the world would have never known its favorite self-loathing horse. The show is widely regarded as one of the best original series on Netflix.

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What is BoJack's relationship to Hollyhock?

At first, it seemed like Hollyhock might be BoJack's daughter. In the end, though, it turned out she was his half-sister. Their father, Butterscotch, had an affair with a woman named Henrietta.

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What kind of animal was Charlotte Carson?

BoJack's old friend Charlotte Carson was a deer. She was Herb Kazzaz's old girlfriend, but BoJack fell in love with her. The two reconnected at Herb's funeral, and BoJack went to New Mexico to visit her.

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Which character said this: "I'm responsible for my own happiness? I can't even be responsible for my own breakfast"?

That's good ol' Diane Nguyen! Diane's relationship with Mr. Peanutbutter was all thought up in the writers' room. But the part about her writing BoJack's autobiography was part of the creator's initial pitch to Netflix.

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Can you recall the name of Mr. Peanutbutter's new show?

It didn't make much sense to us either, but Mr. Peanutbutter starred in a show called "Birthday Dad." Like BoJack, back in the '90s, he had a TV show called "Mr. Peanutbutter's House." It featured a pair of twins named Zoe and Zelda.

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What was the name of Princess Carolyn's man bun-sporting assistant?

He was kind of a strange guy, but Princess Carolyn could always count on Judah Mannowdog! Judah actually went from being Princess Carolyn's assistant to part-owner of her agency, VIM. He was very deadpan and didn't seem to get sarcasm ... or any human emotion at all.

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This is a tough one! When was BoJack's birthday?

If you remember BoJack's birthday, you're a super fan! In the episode "Stop the Presses," we learned he was born January 2, 1964, in San Francisco, California. Except for the occasional flashback, in the series, BoJack was in his mid-50s.

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How many adoptive fathers does Hollyhock have?

If one dad is good, eight is better ... right? Eight men adopted Hollyhock, so eight men gave her their last name: Manheim-Mannheim-Guerrero-Robinson-Zilberschlag-Hsung-Fonzerelli-McQuack.

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So many cameos, so little time! Which celebrity did NOT appear as themselves on "BoJack Horseman"?

Lots of celebrities voiced themselves in "BoJack Horseman," but sadly, Brad Pitt wasn't one of them. When celebrities didn't agree to voice themselves, writers usually made something bad happen to their character or wrote them as being very mean.

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Right in the feels. Which character said this: "I don't know how you expect me to love you when you so clearly hate yourself"?

Poor Princess Carolyn. She tried so hard with BoJack, but their on-again-off-again relationship just wasn't meant to be. Near the end of the series, Judah confessed his love for Princess Carolyn, and the two married.

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Woof woof! What kind of dog is Pickles Aplenty?

Aspiring social media influencer Pickles Aplenty was a pug. She dated Mr. Peanutbutter after his relationship with Diane, and the couple even went so far as to get engaged. But he only proposed to her because he felt guilty about cheating on her with Diane.

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What "BoJack Horseman" character was known as the "Oscar Whisperer"?

Because she specialized in getting celebrities Oscars, Ana Spanikopita was known as the "Oscar Whisperer." She spent a lot of time during season 3 trying to help BoJack win one, and the two even dated.

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Can you remember which character said this: "I never know if I can handle anything. That's what makes my life so exciting"?

Aww, how can you not love Todd Chavez? There was just something so pure about Todd. At the end of the series, Todd was running a daycare service and enjoying a comfortable life with Maude. Ah, we're happy for him!

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What is the name of the autobiography Diane ghostwrote for BoJack?

After hours and hours of listening to BoJack talk about himself, Diane ghostwrote "One Trick Pony." BoJack wanted her for the gig because she wrote the autobiography for his childhood hero, Secretariat.

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Whose eulogy does BoJack deliver for an entire episode?

Seriously, the entire episode was BoJack talking at his mother, Beatrice's, funeral. The episode is called "Free Churro." Beatrice, who was neglectful and verbally abusive, died at the age of 80 years old.

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What office does Mr. Peanutbutter run for?

Hey, actors have run for governor of California before! Mr. Peanutbutter's ex-wife, Katrina, convinced him to run. Diane hated having her house as campaign headquarters and struggled to support her husband's dream.

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