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Introduction

Mary-Beth is a one-time character in BoJack Horseman. Her only appearance was INT. SUB, in Season 5. She is a business negotiator and the wife of Dr. Indira.

Physical Appearance

Mary-Beth is a human woman who wears her hair in a multi-braided bun at the top of her head. She has slight bags under her eyes and slight wrinkles. She wears a light green eye-shadow and deep magenta lipstick.

Being a professional businesswoman, she wears a light pink business jacket, a blue dress with white specks on it, a simple beaded necklace and pearl studs in her ears, and yellow ankle-length boots.

Personality

Mary-Beth is a professional businesswoman, who takes the work of mediating between her clients very seriously.

Background

Season 5

Mary Beth who is seen having dinner out with her wife Dr. Indira in the episode INT. SUB

The two exchange stories, after both admit they had a long week. They about their workday and their clients, changing the names to pseudonyms.

For instance, in Dr. Indra's story (The A Plot) Diane becomes "Princess Diana of Wales" and BoJack becomes "Bobo the Angsty Zebra."

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The heated process of mediating who ate the string cheese in Mary-Beth's narrative

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Happy endings

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Dr. Janet Cameo

In Mary Beth's story (The B Plot), the story involves Todd, or "Emperor Fingerface" and Princess Carolyn, or "Tangled Fog of Pulsating Yearning in the Shape of a Woman."

In the end, Dr. Indira and Mary-Beth have finished their stories, and for the remainder of the episode, all the characters now have their original names and characteristics.

Dr. Indira feels like she did her best to provide therapy to BoJack and Diane and Mary-Beth felt like she did what was best for Todd and Princess Carolyn.

The two women feel like in the end they have done what was best for their clients, congratulate each other and are seen kissing outside the restaurant.

Trivia

  • Dr. Janet makes a brief cameo as she is mentioned in INT. SUB. When Dr. Indira beats herself up by being unable to help Diane much, Mary-Beth references her quote "Don't beat yourself up!"
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