13 'BoJack Horseman' Celebrity Cameos That Surprised Us (PHOTOS)

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Weird Al Bojack Horseman
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Samantha Bee on BoJack Horseman
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Samantha Bee (Season 6, Episode 13: “The Horny Unicorn”)

It took the better part of six seasons, but BoJack finally got the TBS host on to play — what else? — a bee version of herself. (Her network? t-bee-s, of course.)

Hilary Swank as Joey Pogo on BoJack Horseman
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Hilary Swank (Season 6, Episode 7: “The Face of Depression”)

The two-time Academy Award winner joined the first half of Season 6 to play Joey Pogo, a teen pop superstar who meets the titular horse in rehab.

Audra McDonald as Mother Superior BoJack Horseman
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Audra McDonald (Season 5, Episode 10: “Head in the Clouds”)

The Good Fight star and Broadway icon had a cameo as the Mother Superior — a role she previously played in The Sound of Music.

Issa Rae as Dr. Indira, Wanda Sykes as Mary Beth on BoJack Horseman
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Issa Rae and Wanda Sykes (Season 5, Episode 7: “INT. SUB”)

The two comedy stars play a married couple — therapist Dr. Indira and workplace mediator Mary Beth — who narrate the episode by complaining about the main characters’ impossible problems.

RuPaul as Queen Antonia on BoJack Horseman
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RuPaul (Season 4, Episode 7: “Underground”)

The legendary entertainer and drag race host played to type as a fierce queen — the queen of an underground ant colony, that is.

Marc Jacobs as Sharc Jacobs in BoJack Horseman
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Marc Jacobs (Season 4, Episode 3: “Hooray! Todd Episode!”)

Nobody loves an animal pun like the BoJack writers. In this case, the designer actually gave his voice to his Hollywoo doppelganger, Sharc Jacobs.

Lin-Manuel Miranda as Crackerjack Sugarman in BoJack Horseman
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Lin-Manuel Miranda (Season 4, Episode 2: “The Old Sugarman Place”)

The man behind Hamilton and In The Heights used his natural charisma and charm for the role of Crackerjack Sugarman, BoJack’s great uncle, who appears in a tragic flashback.

Carla Hall on BoJack Horseman
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Carla Hall (Season 3, Episode 12: “That Went Well”)

In BoJack’s third season finale, the celebrity chef and Chew cohost uses her culinary expertise in a disaster. (Her onscreen caption: “Spaghetti Scientist Carla Hall”.)

'Weird Al' Yankovic as Captain Peanutbutter in BoJack Horseman
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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic (Season 3, Episode 8: “Old Acquaintance”)

Yankovic is famous for his song parodies, but he’s also a prolific voice actor! In BoJack, he played Mr. Peanutbutter’s (Paul F. Tompkins) brother, Captain Peanutbutter.

Lorraine Bracco as Dr. Janet on BoJack Horseman
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Lorraine Bracco (Season 3, Episode 5: “Love And/Or Marriage”)

Viewers with keen ears were rewarded this episode, when Diane’s therapist was played by none other than The Sopranos’ Dr. Melfi herself.

Scott Wolf on BoJack Horseman
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Scott Wolf (Season 2, Episode 7: “Hank After Dark”)

In a flashback to the “1994 Animal Choice Awards,” Wolf appears with his Party of Five co-star Matthew Fox (who doesn’t voice himself). In the BoJack universe, though, Wolf is a fox and Fox — you guessed it — is a wolf.

Sir Paul McCartney on BoJack horseman
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Paul McCartney (Season 2, Episode 4: “After the Party”)

In possibly the biggest (and smallest) of the show’s many celebrity cameos, Sir Paul pops out of a cake at the end of this episode to say a single line.

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Hollywoo Stars and Celebrities! We never found out if they know things, but one thing we definitely know is that they love doing cameos on Netflix’s acclaimed animated series BoJack Horseman.

Now that the series has released its final episodes of the sixth and final season, we're looking back at some famous voices you may have missed along the way. Click through the gallery above for everyone from RuPaul to Paul McCartney and Issa Rae!

Bojack Horseman, Seasons 1-6, Streaming Now, Netflix

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