Diane leaks damaging information on Jessica Biel, Todd's clown dentist business hits a snag, and Princess Carolyn finds hope in an unlikely place.
The episode begins with BoJack, Hollyhock, Beatrice, and Tina playing UNO in the living room. We first see this through Hollyhock’s point of view, and she appears to be dizzy. She has also lost a lot of weight, as her clothes are very loose, and she keeps scratching herself. As BoJack boasts how he's winning, Hollyhock goes to get some water, only for the glass to slip from her hands and breaks giving her a cut. BoJack offers to help her out, but she tells him to wait as he heads upstairs to the bathroom. Her dizziness gets even worse as she stumbles into the bathroom and trying to get a band-aid. Just then one of her fathers texts her to see how she's doing, and she hides the cut with her hair and sends him a reassuring selfie with the text "lovin that cali lifestyle!!" before collapsing. The episode then gives us three different stories in the span of two weeks in the same time.
Mr. Peanutbutter and Diane's Plot
With the California Governor Election coming to a close, it seems that Jessica Biel's approval ratings are higher than Woodchuck's ratings due to his lobster claws for hands. Later on, however, Woodchuck reveals that he has gotten new hands, and his new "Hands Up For Woodchuck" campaign raises his ratings higher than Jessica's. Katrina, however, believes that they could use Woodchuck's new hands against him, and a DNA look at the fingerprints reveal that his new hands used to belong to Ernest Contralto, a pedophilic murder (as in a pedophile that also murders kids). This causes Woodchuck's ratings to drop even more.
Meanwhile at Girl Croosh, Diane's boss convinces her to take Jessica out for lunch and do an article on how they might be getting a female Governor soon. Diane agrees, and at lunch the two talk.
- Some of the medicine in BoJack’s medicine cabinet includes
- Menoxidil: forehead reducer. This is used for certain types of baldness
- Heart Burn medicine
- Avanafil, a medicine used for erectile dysfunction
- Fluvastatin, a medicine that lowers high cholesterol
- Bupropion, a medicine used to help quit smoking and/or help prevent types of depression, namely seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
- The blue pentagon shaped pills are likely a form of dexamethasone, which treats inflammation
- Pain Free, which is likely just ibuprofen (pain killers)