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Butterscotch's Secretary is a one-time character in BoJack Horseman. She was first mentioned in BoJack Hates the Troops, in Season 1. She is Butterscotch's secretary who he had an affair with. Her only appearance is in a flashback in A Horse Walks Into Rehab, in Season 6.


Butterscotch's Unnamed Secretary seems to have been very friendly, telling BoJack he is "very cute" as she leaves. Little else is known about her.

Physical Appearance[]

Butterscotch's Secretary was a young human woman. She was seen wearing a teal eyeshadow as well as red lipstick. She had short, brown wavy hair. She wore a pair of gold hoop earrings.

She was wearing a white collared buttoned-up blouse with minimalistic flower patterns and a tie front. On top of the shirt, she was wearing a light green dress with a green belt and orange buttons.


Season 1[]

In BoJack Hates the Troops, BoJack flashes back to his abusive childhood, showing a scene where his mother callously gives his father an omelet. She implies he’s having an affair with his secretary and reminds him he isn’t married to his secretary. His father retorts back that if his secretary had also refused to get an abortion he would be.

Young BoJack asks if he can also have an omelet, to which his mother replies "You’re the birthday boy."

Season 6 []

In A Horse Walks into a Rehab, BoJack then has another flashback from when he is ten years old. He is standing outside of his father's office, to bring him dinner. BoJack then walks in on his father having sex with his secretary.

The secretary scrambles to straighten her clothes, tells BoJack he's cute and runs out the door. BoJack then questions what his father was doing, and Butterscotch responds it's fun having his son come to the office, acting uncharacteristically nice towards his son and saying that BoJack is growing into a man. BoJack questions this.

Butterscotch responds, by saying he thinks BoJack is old enough to have a Jack and Coke. Butterscotch then toasts their first drink together, as father and son. BoJack then blacks out, and he wakes up in the car, as he and Butterscotch are driving home. BoJack questions if he fell asleep, saying he feels sick. His father informs him he went a little wild and made a mess of the carpet, and his mother would be disappointed in him. Butterscotch then says it would be best if they both just forgot everything that happened that night, even saying "Okay, buddy?" with a smile to further manipulate his son into trusting him. BoJack says okay to this.


  • She may not be the secretary Beatrice mentions in BoJack Hates the Troops, due to BoJack being a child in that scene and BoJack was a teenager in the actual flashback scene.
    • Another theory is Butterscotch may have been cheating with the same secretary for a prolonged time.
  • Her actual name is unknown.