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Air Bud International Airport is a recurring location in BoJack Horseman. Its first appearance is in Hank After Dark, in Season 2.

Physical Appearance[]

The exterior of the airport is a large beige-colored building with windows. The name of the airport is written outside in block lettering. Underneath the name is a black rectangle with a picture of Air Bud playing basketball.

The interior looks like a regular airport with a Cinnabunny, bar, and various other restaurants and stores.

Background[]

Season 2[]

In Hank After Dark, Diane, Princess Carolyn, and BoJack are going on a book tour to promote the paperback edition of One Trick Pony, as filming on Secretariat was put on hiatus because someone died. Before they leave for Alaska, Princess Carolyn makes BoJack promise he won't say anything offensive or controversial that could hurt his movie. As they leave to board the plane, Tom Jumbo-Grumbo announces on the news that Prince Gustav of Cordovia—who looks just like Todd, is visiting L.A.

In The Shot,  Diane returns to Los Angeles from Cordovia and is currently standing in the airport. Diane tells him that she likes Cordovia and she misses him. Mr. Peanutbutter assures her that these six months are going to fly by.

Season 5[]

In The Dog Days Are Over, Diane is seen sobbing in her car. She heads home where she packs a bag, and heads for the airport where she gets a ticket to Hanoi, Vietnam.

Dog Days Are Over Airport

Diane heads to Vietnam in The Dog Days Are Over

Diane arrives in Vietnam but gets a call from Stefani, telling her she wants more content for Girl Croosh. Diane tells her that she'll write a piece while she's in Vietnam. She calls it 10 Reasons to go to Vietnam: A GirlCroosh Personal Travel Guide.

Season 6[]

In The Face of Depression, BoJack is seen at the airport looking at the flight listings and walks past the bar where Joey Pogo is sitting with Mr. Peanutbutter. Mr. Peanutbutter confesses to Joey he isn’t really depressed. However, Joey brings up that he heard people who seem happy are the most depressed. The two realize they’re both pretty happy, which worries them, and they quickly run off to start the tour and get the word out on depression.

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BoJack at Cinnabunny

They run past BoJack, who is at the Cinnabunny. He orders a Cinnabunny and coffee. Maude, the barista takes his cash. She then gives BoJack his change back and dramatically wishes the change farewell.

A couple of days later, at the airport, BoJack heads to the Cinnabunny again, and witnesses Maude having an argument with a guy she dated, the implication being she didn’t want to have sex with him. The guy is confused as to why she went out with him in the first place and keeps asking if it’s "a Jesus thing." An annoyed Maude finally says it is "a Jesus thing" just to get him to leave, and after he does she insists on BoJack it isn’t. BoJack believes her, and says he doesn't want to assume anything, but he then recommends her Todd's dating app.

Later on in the episode, Todd is taking care of Ruthie and he gets a notification that he matched with Maude.

Episode Appearances[]

Season 1[]

Season 2[]

Season 3[]

Season 5[]

Season 6[]

Trivia[]

  • The airport is a reference to Air Bud, the eponymous character of the Disney film series of the same name.
  • The airport bears a strong resemblance to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California which serves as an auxiliary for the Greater Los Angeles Area. However it also handles international and high density flights like Los Angeles International. It also bears some resemblance to Hollywood-Burbank Airport which primarily serves Hollywood travelers.
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