Todd says that's why he and Yolanda broke up, they had no real connection. The only thing they had in common was being asexual.
Emily then presents him with a new app she made—All About That Ace, a dating app for asexuals. She says it was his idea, although he doesn't remember. She admits he was the best boyfriend she ever had, and she wishes there was a version of him she could have sex with.
Maude first appears in The Face of Depression, where she is seen working at the Cinnabunny at the airport. After giving BoJack his order and change, she proceeds to dramatically wish the change farewell.
When BoJack arrives back at the L.A. airport she is discussing a potential business venture on her phone to her mom—a "Cinna-Bungalow," so people won’t have to leave their homes to come to Cinnabunny. She gives BoJack his order again and is convinced that he thinks it’s a great idea too. She then tells her mom in an annoyed tone that she isn’t dating anyone.
Later, BoJack is leaving California once more and 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 says it is 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.
- It is not known if any other people used this app after Todd and Maude got together.