Emily is a human female in her twenties with above the shoulder red hair and bangs going across her forehead. She has freckles slightly above her cheekbones and nose.
Emily is shown wearing a cow print sweater with a light purple background and dark grey spots and a pair of light denim blue jeans and one piercing in her left ear and sneakers.
In 2007 she wore a cropped sports t-shirt with a blue neckline and blue trim on the sleeves, a yellow beanie which is currently owned by Todd, and a pair of navy cameo knee-length shorts, and a dark grey belt, and shoes.
Todd and Emily became friends in high school in the mid-2000s, with Emily developing a crush on Todd.
In 2007, the two have their first kiss with each other while playing seven minutes in heaven at a party, and they become a couple afterward despite Emily saying previously that her strict dad, whose job is related to The Sopranos, doesn’t what her to date
Months later, while the two are in her parents' bedroom, they almost have sex, until Emily here’s her dad come home.
Todd panics because he thinks that her dad is a mob boss because she said he’s like the guy on The Sopranos, but Emily reveals she actually meant he’s an editor.
Todd escapes by shimmying out the window with the film strip for The Sopranos finale, with a bit of it breaking off when he falls. Emily eventually dumps Todd after he became addicted to the Decapithon video games.
He reconnects with her in Season 3, and she once again tries to strike a romance with him. Todd, discovering that he may be asexual, rejects her advances, and Emily ends up sleeping with BoJack.
Later, Emily and Todd start a ride share business, Cabracadabra, which is based out of BoJack's house.
Upon discovering that Todd and BoJack live together, and feeling guilty and uncomfortable about having slept with BoJack, she leaves the company, although Todd invites her to keep her share of the business.
When Todd finally sells Cabracadabra, Emily receives eight million dollars in royalties.
By the end of Season 3, Emily is shown to be accepting of Todd's sexuality and they continue to be good friends.
In Season 4, she is the first person to label Todd as asexual, which he initially felt uncomfortable with, before acknowledging it as a part of his identity.
She also uses a portion of her eight million dollars to buy Todd a drone that he can ride in, which he calls a "drone throne."
Emily later meets up with Todd at his job in Ancient History. She explains that she ended her relationship with Doug because there was no emotional connection (the sex was good though). She reveals that she made an asexual dating app for Todd; she then exclaims about that if she found a boyfriend like Todd that she could have sex with, she would be set for life.
Later on, she goes to Princess Carolyn's apartment to meet up with Todd. He reveals that he built a sex robot for Emily so that she can have Todd as a boyfriend, and have the sex robot for sex.
The robot then knocks some candles on the floor, burning the apartment. Doug later appears to put out the fire. She rejects Todd's request to get back together because she explains to him that he doesn't really know what sex is.
She suggests the idea that there are some asexuals who have sex, but Todd rejects that idea to get back together. Emily later questions what it would be like if she had an asexual boyfriend, and Todd explains. In the end, their relationship remains as a friendship.
Emily is usually a very nice, friendly person overall. Being more driven and organized than Todd, she is able to build on Todd's ideas and help them come into fruition-which is a good example of how they are able to collaborate as friends.
She is also a sexual deviant. When she was a child she used to rock back and forth with a teddy bear in between her legs. When Todd didn't want to have sex, she had sex with BoJack Horseman.
Todd Chavez: Close Friend/Former Love Interest
BoJack Horseman: One Night Stand
- Zoës and Zeldas (cameo in flashback)
- The BoJack Horseman Show (first physical appearance)
- Love And/Or Marriage
- Stop the Presses
- It's You (mentioned)
- That Went Well