To help with the memoir he hopes will put him back in the spotlight, BoJack hires a ghostwriter.
BoJack finds himself the subject of national media attention after he calls the troops "jerks".
BoJack reconnects with a friend from his past who moves into his house and creates pandemonium.
BoJack decides to mentor Todd; Diane's ex-boyfriend writes an article about Mr. Peanutbutter.
A business trip for BoJack and Diane takes a detour; Todd runs a scam that gets him in trouble.
BoJack is jealous of Diane's relationship with Mr. Peanutbutter; Todd's in a new environment.
BoJack sabotages himself with an epic bender; Princess Carolyn's agency merges with another.
When he learns that his old friend from "Horsin' Around" is dying, BoJack tries to mend fences.
A lovestruck BoJack tries to sabotage a wedding; Todd accepts a surprising new professional role.
BoJack shoots a movie at Mr. Peanutbutter's house; Diane finishes her book.
BoJack embarks on a project in his typically gonzo style, leading to a drug-fueled revelation.
Months after his memoir is released, BoJack's being considered for a role that's a lifelong dream.