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Best Mr. Peanutbutter Costume Guide
Mr. Peanutbutter is a fictional character in the animated Netflix series BoJack Horseman, voiced by Paul F. Tompkins. He is an anthropomorphic Labrador in an alternate world where humans and upright-walking animals live in harmony. Mr. Peanutbutter is a washed-up television star who used to have a program called Mr. Peanutbutter’s House and was a rival to the main character BoJack Horseman. BoJack felt that the Labrador’s show had stolen its premise from his own show, Horsin’ Around.
He is characterized as being a ball of energy, always positive and upbeat, but also somewhat lacking in intelligence. He actually looks up to BoJack, despite their rivalry. You can transform yourself into this happy, playful Labrador with a Grey T-Shirt with Black Collar, Light Blue Pants, Yellow Sneakers, Golden Labrador Mask, Aviator Sunglasses, Green Silicone Band, Brown Leather Band, and Yellow Body Paint.
Mr. Peanutbutter Cosplay Costumes
If you, like plenty of other people in the world, have seen and grown to love the excellent Netflix series, BoJack Horseman, then you know who Mr. Peanutbutter is and why he would make such a cool costume! Dressing up as cartoon characters is always fun, and this guy is no exception. Plus, how awesome are dogs? They have the best lives, so why not cosplay one for a day.
If you want to really impress people at an event, maybe you can get some friends on board and go as a trio of BoJack Horseman characters. You’ve got lazy friends who can’t be bothered putting any effort into costumes? Not a problem either – we make it easy for you here at Costume Wall, so check out our suggestions for your friends to join you as Bojack Horseman or Diane Nguyen, Mr. Peanutbutter’s one-time wife.
About Mr. Peanutbutter
Mr. Peanutbutter (whose first name is actually ‘Mr’), is an anthropomorphic Labrador, meaning he is a dog but can walk upright and speak. He is a fictional character on Netflix’s BoJack Horseman series and is said to have been born on the Labrador Peninsula in Canada before moving to Los Angeles in the 80’s or 90’s. By accidentally walking into a studio and interrupting the taping of a brand new TV show, he somehow ended up as the star, with the show being named Mr. Peanutbutter’s House.
He had great success with the show, but it created a rival for him in BoJack Horseman, because the show was a blatant rip-off of Bojack’s own show, Horsin’ Around. He longs for BoJack to like and respect him. However, the happy-go-lucky Labrador continually rubs BoJack up the wrong way and irritates him. Mr. Peanutbutter is often oblivious to this, and also the fact that many of his jokes make no sense.