According to BoJack, Vincent is "very obviously three kids stacked on top of each other under a trench coat". He and Princess Carolyn date for several episodes throughout the series before breaking up in After the Party.
Princess Carolyn first meets Vincent at a bar in Horse Majeure where she flirts with him in order to make BoJack jealous.
In "After the Party", Princess Carolyn notices a boy crossing the street with his mother that looks just like Vincent. Later, the boy, named Kevin, stops by her apartment and claims to be Vincent's son. While he steps into the bathroom, Vincent shows up at her apartment as well. As one would expect, the two characters were never seen at the same place at the same time. By the end however, Carolyn breaks up with "Vincent".
He does appear again in Higher Love, but he has not been seen since.
Bojack believes that, due to Vincent's behavior and appearance, he is three children stacked on top of each other, the voiced character being Kevin.
Vincent is an alleged adult male whose face resembles a young boy named Kevin. He has blonde hair, blue eyes, freckles, and braces. He wears a long brown, double breasted, button down trench coat, black undershirt, brown fedora with a red band, blue jeans, white socks and blue sneakers with Velcro straps. His right hand is a broom and left hand is a mannequin hand.
- Princess Carolyn: Ex-Girlfriend
- Kevin: "Son"/Himself
- Unnamed Woman: "Ex-Wife"/Mother
- Other two children
- "I like business... transactions."
- "Can I get another soda??"
- "Don’t be sad...Good horsey."
- "I had an attitude problem, but then I took a time out, and I thought about what I did."
- "Business-wise, this all seems like appropriate business."
- "I went to stock market today. I did a business."
- " Princess Carolyn, stop embarrassing me!"
- Even though BoJack says that Vincent is clearly three children, we have not met any of his possible children that would make up Vincent except for Kevin.
- The episode After the Party seems to suggest Vincent is three children stacked on each other, but it's not explicitly shown
- Vincent is a reference to recurring tropes in media referring to children stacked on each other and dressed under a trenchcoat and fedora.
- He is voiced by Allison Brie, who voices Diane.