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The Best Characters On 'BoJack Horseman', Ranked

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Vote up your favorite characters from the hit Netflix series.

Join us as we rank the best characters on BoJack Horseman. Starring Will Arnett as BoJack, the animated series debuted on Netflix in 2014. The show revolves around a world of talking animals who, for the most part, live in harmony with humans. Struggling to make a name for himself in the modern age, BoJack has to juggle finding the resources to publish his new spicy autobiography with the perils and dangers of everyday life in Hollywoo (the 'd' is missing).

In addition to crazy comedic situations and out-of-the-box episodic themes, the show features an awesome supporting cast. Amy Seradis plays Princess Carolyn, a Persian cat who happens to be BoJack’s talent agent, and Aaron Paul plays Todd, the loveable bum who just so happens to be one of BoJack’s best friends. And then there are recurring characters like Pinky Penguin, who's voiced by Patten Oswalt, and Herb Kazzaz, who's perfectly voiced by Stanley Tucci. Which BoJack character is your favorite?

Vote up all your favorite characters from every season of BoJack Horseman to see which character is the most popular. See someone missing? Add them to the list. When you're done with that, you can also check out other great shows like Bojack Horseman with funny, well written casts of characters.

  • Princess Carolyn
    Photo: Netflix
    1
    660 VOTES

    Princess Carolyn

    You look like a pile of crap ate a second pile of crap and then crapped out a third pile of crap.

    • Actor: Amy Sedaris
  • Todd Chavez
    Photo: Netflix
    2
    623 VOTES

    Todd Chavez

    Hooray. And you know, I don't throw that word around lightly.

    • Actor: Aaron Paul
  • BoJack Horseman
    Photo: Netflix
    3
    580 VOTES

    BoJack Horseman

    He's so stupid he doesn't realize how miserable he should be.

    • Actor: Will Arnett
  • Judah
    Photo: Netflix
    4
    436 VOTES

    Judah

     I settled on a company dental plan. It's called, "The tooth, the whole tooth, and nothing but the tooth." Seemed comprehensive.

    • Actor: Diedrich Bader