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BoJack Horseman Recap: Kind of Working for Todd

I want to take a moment to appreciate Todd Chavez. This achingly sincere dummy has been a fixture of BoJack Horseman since the beginning, but even though he may have started as BoJack’s couch-surfing punching bag, Todd has slowly morphed into one of the most secretly important characters on the ... More »
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There’s a BoJack Horseman Christmas Special

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