Bob's Burgers follows a third-generation restaurateur, Bob, as he runs Bob's Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids. Bob and his quirky family have big ideas about burgers, but fall short on service and sophistication. Despite the greasy counters, lousy location and a dearth of customers, Bob and his family are determined to make Bob's Burgers "grand re-re-re-opening" a success.
The kids hunt for treasure in an abandoned taffy factory and Bob and Linda must find them before the factory’s scheduled demolition.
A bank robber holds up a bank across the street from Bob’s Burgers. When the robbery goes awry, Bob finds himself at the center of a hostage crisis.
The kids con their way out of gym class with a bogus synchronized swimming independent study. Meanwhile, Bob welcomes a new soft serve ice cream machine to the restaurant.
Bob becomes obsessed with an old-school burger-flipping video game after Jimmy Pesto gets the high score and writes "BOB SUX" on the leader board.
The Belchers beg Bob to buy a food truck to compete against the ones that are stealing his customers. When the "Lolla-Pa-Foods-A-Festival" comes up, the Belchers bring the truck and the kids decide to cause mischief. Unfortunately, this causes a riot to rise from the other food truckers.
While Bob is medicated, he mistakes Linda's sister, Gayle, for his wife and kisses her. After she falls for him, Bob seeks help from Dr. Yap.
Tina befriends a bad girl in a bid to get closer to Jimmy Junior.
Bob appears in a cooking segment on a local news morning program, but Gene steals the show when he crashes the set with a sasquatch mask.
The restaurant receives a negative review from a vicious food critic.
A health inspector's visit coincides with Bob's efforts to bring in customers.
A leaky roof causes Bob to get trapped in a wall while Linda's mother visits.
Bob takes to a film maker's cow.
Tina develops a crush on her martial arts instructor.
Linda and the kids stage a murder mystery that doesn't go as planned.
Tina is desperate to get her first kiss at her 13th birthday party. But after Louise breaks the deep fryer, Bob takes a second job as a late-night cab driver to pay for Tina’s party. Things keep getting worse for Bob when the parents of Tina’s crush refuse to let their son attend the party, and Bob has to do everything in his power to save his daughter’s big day.
Louise spies on the Belcher's suspicious house guest.
It's Bob vs. the city art council when Linda's sister displays her work at Bob's Burgers.
Bob and Gene bond over spaghetti western movies, which makes Louise jealous.
When Bob's eccentric landlord, Mr. Fischoeder, pays the family a visit, he informs Bob that his rival across the street, Jimmy Pesto of Jimmy Pesto's Pizzeria, wants to take over Bob's lease so that he can expand his gift shop. With little time and not enough money, the Belcher family must cook up some business or luck to save the restaurant.
Bob and his family are forced to spend the weekend at Mort the Mortician's while the restaurant is being de-molded. Linda and Bob double date with Mort and a female mortician he meets online while Tina babysits Gene and Louise in Mort’s crematorium.
After the town's annual Lobsterfest is cancelled by a storm, Bob defiantly opens his doors for a festive celebration. When he wakes the next morning, Bob finds the restaurant in disarray and that the town has spurned him, but Bob won't let that deter him from further involvement in the celebratory weekend.
Bob's hero, a washed-up baseball player named Torpedo Jones, starts pitching for the local minor league team. Torpedo befriends Bob, but the dark underbelly of minor league baseball threatens to corrupt the Belchers.
Bob, Linda and the kids go on a camping adventure and face the perils of nature...and Bob's intestines. Braving wild river rapids, eager squirrels and parent/child separation, the Belchers prove they are worth their mettle.
Tina, Gene and Louise are filled with the Halloween spirit and head out with their friends for a candy-fueled adventure. However, things take a turn for the worse, when the kids build their own fort and find themselves held hostage by Louise's wacko friend, Millie.
Linda is bored by Bob's tired attempts at Date Night and decides to sign up for flying lessons. When Bob won't join her, she becomes the target of "Upskirt Kurt" the most charming pilot in the air.
Bob scores a temporary gig as a cook at an "underdog" frat house and discovers that he fits right in! Hijinks ensue as Bob and the rest of the fraternity brothers find themselves in the middle of a collegiate prank war that involves the house's most famous alumnus, Dr. Yap. Meanwhile, the kids are on a mission to invade the frat house and get in on the action.
Determined to have a perfect Thanksgiving, Bob meticulously prepares the family turkey. Then, to his horror, he finds that someone then dumps the turkey in the toilet in an act of Thanksgiving sabotage.
Haunted by a poor talent-show performance from her high-school days, Linda gets back together with her former bandmates to rock their class reunion. Meanwhile, at the same soiree, Bob becomes bothered by the attention being paid him by a former classmate who had a crush on him.
Tina is delighted when Bob fills in as substitute home-economics teacher at school and creates a fully operational restaurant in the classroom. Unfortunately, some father-daughter friction develops. Meanwhile, the other Belcher kids take jobs at the school restaurant, leaving Linda to run the burger joint by herself.
After Linda accidentally kills the family tree, the Belchers must go out on Christmas day to find a new one. But when Bob cuts off a giant candy cane truck, they are forced to outrun the madman driver and spend the entire holiday together in the car. Back at the Belcher home, Bob’s friend, Teddy, accidentally gets stuck in the kids’ Santa trap.
In an effort to help socialize Louise, Linda invites four of her classmates over for a surprise slumber party. Meanwhile, Bob cooks a burger to catch a renegade raccoon.
Tina becomes a magician's assistant in order to get closer to Jimmy Jr., while Bob becomes the victim of a magician's "curse".
To compete with fellow “restaurateur,” Jimmy Pesto, and his blowout Super Bowl event, Bob is determined to create a Bob’s Burgers commercial to air during the “big game.” In an effort to outshine Pesto, the Belchers recruit Randy, a documentarian, to assist with the filmmaking and hire on former pro football star Connie Frye to be the celebrity endorser.
Bob and Linda visit school and learn that their kids' essays about their fantasy version of Wagstaff are “too creative” and “offensive.” Eugene transforms the school into a “Fart School for the Gifted” (watch out for Keyboard Jail); Tina, to her delight, depicts a world where she is romanced by countless zombie teenage boys; and Louise creates a school where she takes down a robotic Mr. Frond from the future (“We need more creamed corn!”).
Tina isn't invited to her classmate Tammy's Bat Mitzvah, but ends up at the party anyway, because Bob and the family were hired to cater. A total "Bat-zilla," Tammy's theme is, well, "Tammy," and despite the invite snub, Tina is excited to scope out the BFOS (boys from other schools). Things go awry and Louise and Tammy end up missing, so, to her total delight, Tina is left center stage.
When Bob and Linda leave town for a romantic getaway (at a Burger Convention), they ask Teddy to babysit Tina, Gene and Louise. While the 'rents are away, Teddy is eager to earn the coveted title of "Uncle Teddy" and does so by putting Tina's crush in his rightful place after discovering that he was just using her for – gasp – free burgers! Hijinks ensue.
The Belchers take a trip on a train and, to their dismay, Louise, Gene and Tina are seated in a separate train car. Never one to follow the rules, Louise ropes the children into helping her on her mission to steal the vast chocolate supply from the restaurant car! Meanwhile, Bob and Linda indulge in some wine tasting and have a “taste-off” with a snobby couple.
After predicting that a telemarketer is calling the restaurant when the phone rings, Linda and the kids believe that she is a psychic. Needless to say her “predictions” irk Bob and spell out hilarious happenings.
In an homage to the “Bronies” subculture, Tina attends her first Equestra-con, a convention based on her favorite animated pony show, “The Equestranauts.” To her surprise, she finds that the show’s fans are middle-aged men (called “Equesticles”). When a powerful super-fan tricks Tina out of her rare toy pony, it’s up to Bob to go undercover to get it back.
Gene, Louise, and Tina discover a seaweed-covered object at the beach that turns out to be a large hunk of Ambergris - an extremely valuable, but illegal, by-product of whale poop that is used in high-end perfumes. But Louise tries to cheat Gene and Tina out of the profit she hopes to make by selling the treasure on the black market. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda deal with their psychologically unstable landlord who is building them a new bathroom.
Upon learning that she has a cavity and needs a filling, Louise runs away from the dentist's office and seeks refuge at Aunt Gail's. When Louise refuses to go home, Linda sends Tina and Gene to join her and bets her that she won't last the weekend with Aunt Gail's "craziness".
Tina decides to try out for the cheerleading squad, but it’s actually Gene who gets noticed in the crowd for his spirit and cheering ability. Meanwhile, during her cheer audition, Tina falls and bites her tongue, leaving her unable to speak – and a mischievous Louise steps up to be her translator.
Motivated by the promise of a new beachside burger joint, Bob conspires with Felix to convince Mr. Fischoeder to sell Wonder Wharf. Meanwhile, Tina protests the destruction of the wharf's carousel by chaining herself to it.
It’s Linda and the kids to the rescue when Felix takes desperate measures, and puts Bob and Mr. Fischoeder in danger.
A biker gang sets up shop in the restaurant, where they lament the loss of their beloved leader.
The Belcher kids break with a long standing Halloween tradition, veering away from their usual trick or treat trek in favor of a posh neighborhood that's known for its oversize goodies.
Worried that his kids are not enjoying summer vacation because he's making them work in the restaurant, Bob fires them. But they soon become bored and take jobs as "weed pickers" for a pair of hippie farmers.
Bob does a tour of duty as a private chef on a docked cruise ship and brings along the family to witness his true culinary skills, but the special occasion is scuttled when the kooky captain shanghais the whole family.
Bob's plans for his favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, change when Mr. Fischoeder hires him as a chef, and Linda and the kids to play his family, as he tries to stage a perfect holiday dinner in order to make a former flame jealous.
Mr. Fischoeder's new pier attraction, a mechanical shark, goes haywire and terrorizes the town, and it falls to Bob and the family to catch it.
After Tina accidentally wrecks the car, and gets the whole family involved with a slimy insurance agent, she worries that she’s a “jinx”.
Gene gets his first girlfriend, but it doesn't take long for the family to realize that she is incredibly annoying and they pressure him to break up with her.
When Bob inherits a storage unit around Christmas, visions of riches dance in the heads of the family, but what they find inside is a squatter who claims he once worked as a mannequin.
Linda worries that her relationship with Louise isn't as good as it should be, so, much to Louise's chagrin, she forces the young lady to participate in a mother-daughter seminar. With mom away, Tina turns to Bob for a lesson in shaving her legs.
The new health inspector proves to be a decent fellow, until he blackmails Bob into being allowed to perform his atrocious music at the restaurant, which drives away the customers.
There is a “Mad Pooper” running wild at the Belcher children's middle school and Tina finds herself on a mission to get to the “bottom” of the situation.
When a heart-shaped pancake simply doesn't cut it, the kids convince Bob to let them skip school in order to help him find a Valentine's Day gift that will "wow" Linda. Meanwhile, in the spirit of the romantic holiday, Linda sets up a speed-dating event at the restaurant that doesn't go exactly as planned.
Linda thinks Bob doesn't appreciate her and quits the restaurant to work at a grocery store. In her absence, Bob tries - and fails - to run the place on his own and the kids are stuck in the middle of the marital mayhem. Meanwhile, things get romantic for Tina when she meets her potential soul mate while restocking the milk fridge.
When Gene finds an expensive talking toilet out in the woods, he and his friends decide to protect it as much as they can while an evil toilet hunter is looking for the toilet.
Louise expects to get a charge out of taking down her Thomas Edison-obsessed science teacher when she re-creates one of the famous inventor's experiments that involved electrocuting an elephant.
Jimmy Jr. is threatened when Tina starts dating a ballet dancer named Josh and the two boys get into an epic dance-off for her heart.
The Belcher family road-trips down to Florida to visit Linda's parents who live in a senior home that - to Linda's complete horror - is full of senior swingers! Plus, to keep themselves entertained, Tina, Gene and Louise go on a hunt for a mysterious python that allegedly ate one of the residents' dogs.
After the family car breaks down and ruins their plans for a movie night out, the Belchers find themselves competing on the TV game show "Family Fracas!" To the dismay of the program's host, they keep winning and coming back each night...that is until their lucky streak comes to a suspicious end.
After Bob cuts his finger and faints at the sight of his own blood, Linda brings him to the hospital and leaves the kids home alone. Not ones to waste a golden opportunity, Tina, Gene and Louise transform the basement of the restaurant into a makeshift casino. But they get more than they gamble for when landlord Mr. Fischoeder stops by and catches them in action.
While accompanying Tina to a "Boyz 4 Now" concert, Louise develops a crush on one of the lead singers, Boo Boo - and is in disbelief that she actually likes a boy! Meanwhile, Gene gets creative - and slightly offensive - in a table-setting competition.
Bob chaperones a school trip to the museum and experiences some father-daughter bonding with Louise, while Gene and his gang are on the lookout for exhibits with busts, and not the kind that are sculpted out of stone. Later, on the museum steps, Linda offers her distinctive chanting talents to striking workers.
After Gene loses his confidence at his baseball game, Linda decides to sign him up for baseball camp. The only problem? She needs money to pay for it! Meanwhile, Tina discovers her love for espresso and becomes a caffeine addict.
When Gene's "Die Hard"-inspired musical doesn't get picked for the school's fall performance, he decides to stage an underground show with the help of Louise. But Wagstaff Middle School families begin to feud when they learn that Eugene has planned his show on the very same night as Courtney's school-sanctioned "Working Girl"-inspired musical.
Tina begins an out-of-this-world romance with a ghost that is believed to be living in the Belcher's basement.
Bob becomes Teddy’s workout buddy after finding out his burgers contributed to Teddy’s bad health. The two enroll in a stuntman boot camp where their friendship is put to the test. Meanwhile, the kids make an ice rink in the freezer, with Linda running their underground ice wrestling league.
While Bob is boycotting the holiday, Linda and the kids spend Thanksgiving at the First Annual Fischoeder Turk-tacular Turkey Town Festival. However, a wild bird attack leads to total mayhem.
Bob enters a burger-tasting contest, only to discover that his distinguishing ingredient is missing! To help out their dad, the kids go on a mission to find the ever-so-important black garlic.
Bob and his dad, "Big Bob", try to outdo each other in the kitchen when they rehash an old argument at Big Bob's Christmas party. Meanwhile, the kids compete to get the best present for Bob.
Tina goes undercover in her old Thundergirls troop to find the mole who is giving away their cookie secrets. Meanwhile, Linda dyes her hair blonde.
When Tina is up for a big hall monitor promotion, she is determined to do whatever it takes to nab the powerful job. So, she enlists the help of Gene and Louise. Meanwhile, back at the restaurant, Linda gets artsy and begins to decorate the walls with customer artwork...on napkins.
Tina, Gene and Louise are ready to put the pedal to the metal when they join a go-kart league. Meanwhile, back at the restaurant Bob and Teddy partner up to serve Teddy's home-brewed beer on the sly.
In order to become an accepted member of the Community Garden, Bob must make a deal that results in giving Louise's enemy a job at the restaurant. Father and daughter are at odds and a choice must be made.
Tina teams up with Darryl to win the Cupid's Couple contest at the school dance. Meanwhile, Linda plans a full week of ambitious Valentine's Day activities for her and Bob.
Tina and Louise volunteer to run Jimmy, Jr.'s class president campaign in order to keep Millie from winning, and ruining the school. Meanwhile, Bob becomes obsessed with a knife after talking himself into buying it for $300.
Gayle arrives at Bob's Burgers in tears because her date for the evening was cancelled and she had theater tickets. Desperate to get out of the house after being grounded, the kids compete to be Aunt Gayle's "date" for the evening via an essay contest.
Bob becomes obsessed with his new automatic helicopter. When it falls apart for no reason, he enters into a battle with the manufacturer in order to receive a refund. Gene assists Bob in his quest, but things quickly get out of hand and end in a crazy helicopter battle. Meanwhile, Louise and Linda help Tina prepare for her oral book report.
Bob and Linda head out on the town for a date - but to Linda's dismay, Bob's idea of romance proves "trivial." Meanwhile, a wild chinchilla chase ensues after the school pet that Louis was charged with watching escapes out the front door.
The kids are sentenced to Saturday detention and will do anything it takes to leave early, so they can attend the Cotton Candy Festival. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda believe they are being scammed by a young girl at the restaurant.
It's Linda's birthday and Bob needs more time to plan her birthday surprise. But when he sends her out of the house as a distraction, she goes missing! Mayhem ensues as the Belchers must work together to find Linda.
In true Belcher fashion, the family gets stuck in a terrible storm while vacationing at a beach house in Craggy Neck. The storm is the least of their worries, however, when they are forced to take shelter with the mysterious owner of the home.
Bob and Louise are thrilled when they meet Shinji "Koji" Kojima aka Rising Hawk, the star of their favorite martial arts movies, and are quick to offer help upon learning about his family troubles.
With the threat of a rent increase on Ocean Avenue, Bob and the other tenants rebel! After approaching Mr. Fischoeder, the tenants find out that they will have to compete in order to convince him to keep their rents reasonable.
Bob notices that he has started to lose his hair. In a wave of nostalgia, Linda reminisces about Bob's mustache and how it made her fall for him years ago. Meanwhile, the kids tell their own versions of the story of how their parents met.
The upcoming Land Ship parade could mean increased business for Bob, until he learns that two port-o-potties will be placed in front the restaurant. Meanwhile, Tina learns from her friends that she’s boring, so she joins up with Jordan who has been vandalizing the school with graffiti. But when Jordan wants to spray graffiti on the Land Ship, Tina must decide between ruining the parade or disappointing her new crush.
The Belchers are ready for an amazing Halloween! Louise reveals that she has never been scared before and the family sets out to visit a spooky haunted house. When trouble ensues following their visit, the Belchers find themselves in a zany situation more frightening than they bargained for!
When Gayle is injured, Linda sends Bob off to pick her up, so that she doesn't miss out on Thanksgiving festivities. But an unexpected snowstorm derails his trip home, and his epic plan to prepare the turkey is foiled. Bob then must put the fate of the turkey and the Belcher Thanksgiving in Linda's hands and spend time bonding with his sister-in-law.
When a grumpy mall Santa threatens the kids with the dreaded Naughty List, Gene, Tina and Louise decide to put on a musical performance spectacular to earn their spot on the Nice List. Can they change Santa’s mind in time to save their Christmas?
When Bob throws a dinner party to bond with his new friend, Gayle uses the opportunity to introduce the family to her new love interest. Little does she know, Louise has a long-standing feud with Gayle’s boyfriend and her niece will stop at nothing to break them apart. Calamity ensues as Bob attempts to impress his new buddy and the kids take action.
Gene and Courtney get their big break when they are asked to be the new hosts of the morning announcements, but their romantic history threatens to get in the way. Meanwhile, Tina’s attempt to play Cupid goes tragically awry when she volunteers to spear-head the Valentine’s Day carnation fundraiser.
After Bob slips on the sidewalk, he is forced to take legal action in order to pay for surgery. In a turn of events, Bob finds himself under the care of Jairo, who promises to help him heal without a doctor. Meanwhile, the kids create a fake law firm to settle their personal discrepancies.
After a family vote rules against buying a new couch during TV Night, Louise takes matters into her own hands. The Belchers take sides as they are forced to decide whether memories are enough to keep their family sofa. Will they take the Sofa Queen’s advice and learn to love a new couch?
When Tina volunteers alongside Nurse Liz, she finds herself involved in the biggest scandal to hit Wagstaff: a lice infestation. Meanwhile, Bob makes improvements to the restaurant that end up driving customers away. Can the Belchers juggle both a crisis at the restaurant and lice?
When there is a bounce house crisis at Regular Sized Rudy’s birthday party, the Belcher kids devise a scheme to save the day. Meanwhile, Bob deals with an unexpected guest at the restaurant and is forced to come to terms with a longstanding fear.
When Gene overhears talk about a mystical creature that lives nearby, he leads the Belcher kids and their friends on a journey to find it. Meanwhile, Linda’s competitive nature takes over during downtime at the restaurant.
When Bob’s longtime friend, Critter, finds himself in jail for unpaid parking tickets, the Belchers decide to do what they can to help him out. Meanwhile, Linda takes on a babysitting job that becomes more work than she signed up for.
When Dottie Minerva comes down with a bad case of mono, Tina gets her shot as soloist of the Hormone-iums. But as she rehearses for the big assembly, Tina realizes that her role in the play could ruin her social status. Meanwhile, Linda strikes gold with a business plan that she thinks could make the Belchers rich.
When Bob’s friend, Warren, comes to town, he makes an offer to invest in the restaurant. Bob is thrilled that it finally could get a much-needed makeover, until he learns that Warren has some strong interior design choices in mind. Meanwhile, Warren’s visit means one of the kids must give up their bedroom.
When Louise hears that Boo Boo is leaving Boyz 4 Now, she enters a contest that could give Tina the chance to meet him. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda learn an interesting piece of history regarding the restaurant, which leads to tension between Bob and Jimmy Pesto.
After finally convincing Bob and Linda to send her to horse camp, Tina realizes she has to part ways with Jericho, her imaginary horse. Meanwhile, Linda decides to create a restaurant camp in an attempt to make things fair for Gene and Louise.
Tina’s ideas of love and romance are tested when she volunteers at a nursing home to earn her next Thunder Girls badge. Meanwhile, Bob makes new friends who lead him to make some questionable choices.
To compete with Jimmy Pesto, Bob's Burgers begins serving brunch, but it quickly turns to chaos. Meanwhile, Tina, Gene and Louise decide to help Mr. Fischoeder's brother hide from him.
When Mr. Frond's therapy dolls are mysteriously attacked, Louise teams up with Millie to help solve the case. Meanwhile, Teddy decides to get into the inspirational poster business, but ends up with mixed results
On Halloween night, Linda tries to impress the kids by taking them to look for a wolf that has been terrorizing the town. Meanwhile, an injured and medicated Bob believes that Teddy has turned into a werewolf.
When Tina launches a babysitting enterprise, it is quickly derailed after her business nemesis, Tammy, is hired to work alongside her. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda check out their competition at a restaurant that’s known for its burgers.
When Teddy’s family unexpectedly announces that they’re coming for Thanksgiving, the Belchers reluctantly agree to pitch in. The preparation proves to be much more challenging than they had anticipated, especially upon discovering that Teddy is a secret hoarder.
After a rough break up on Valentine's Day, the Belcher women have a limo girls' night out to make Tina feel better. Meanwhile, Bob and Gene have a trapeze experience that brings them closer.
When a new playground game is introduced, the school's social hierarchy is turned upside-down and Gene disapproves. Meanwhile, Linda fills in for the local library storyteller and pulls out all the stops to perfect her storyteller persona.
When the kids are given the task of making homemade gifts for their grandma's birthday, they set out to find a secret room filled with homemade ceramics which, according to urban legend, has been boarded up for years at their school. Meanwhile, Teddy starts a phone repair service and the adults become determined to improve his online rating.
Tina allows Tammy to spend Spring Break with the Belchers - and even plays Cupid, setting up Tammy with Brett, a boy from out of town. Then, Gene and Bob enlist the help of Dr. Yap in finding a replacement baby tooth to complete Linda's collection, after Gene loses his own.
After forgetting that they signed up Louise for a soccer league, the Belchers must help her prepare to play in the season's last game. With Bob coaching the soccer game, Linda and Gene seize the opportunity to turn the restaurant into a piano bar.
Gene gets invited to his first sleepover and is nervous about it, and when things don't go as planned, he realizes he had a right to be. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda record themselves while sleeping to prove who snores more.
Bob and Linda’s double-date plans take a disastrous turn when the couples find themselves trapped inside an Escape Room. Meanwhile, with the parents out of the house, Louise hosts a zombie-movie night, but when the zombies turn out to be too scary, Tina must take charge.
The Belcher kids go to Outdoor Education only to have it rain, but Tina doesn’t let the inclement weather get in the way of her having a nature-piphany, with the help of a hermit living in the woods. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda experience what it’s like to be empty-nesters.
After forgetting Bob's birthday, Linda and the kids attempt to plan a last-minute surprise party. In order to plan the party though, Linda asks Hugo if Bob can go with him while he's doing restaurant health inspections.
Tina decides to join the Junior Lifeguards, but when she struggles with the training, one of her fellow junior guards, Parker, tries to convince her to quit. Meanwhile, business booms when Bob and Linda offer free wi-fi at the restaurant, but it is soon threatened by a cyber-attack.
When a malicious juice truck owner tries to set up shop in the Belcher's alley, Louise devises a plan to win back their turf. Meanwhile, Linda learns that she can't always run to her sister's defense.
The Belchers attend open houses for the free food, per Linda's "momnipotent" Mother's Day request. When Linda meets a charming real estate agent and agrees to a private showing, the kids stumble upon an unexpected surprise and the family ends up at the helm of a real estate scheme.
When Louise's extensive Burobu card collection gets confiscated at school, she devises a tricky plan to get them back. Meanwhile, Bob must give a eulogy for an old acquaintance, despite an unfortunate incident that happened years ago.
Just as Bob wonders if working in the restaurant business is worth it, a couple who fell in love at the restaurant asks the Belchers to cater their wedding. When things don't go as planned, Linda tries to save the day.
When the youngest Belcher comes down with an epic case of the flu, Linda has a mishap as she tries to deliver Louise’s favorite toy to her daughter’s bedside. After Louise vows that she will never forgive her family for their mistake, she falls into a wild fever dream filled with familiar faces, zany musical numbers and a crazy adventure.
Teddy organizes a day trip on his newly refurbished boat in an effort to impress his ex-wife, Denise. Meanwhile, Tina attempts to show that she is responsible enough for a cell phone by taking care of Bob’s prized eraser from the restaurant. Can both Teddy and Tina prove themselves?
With Halloween quickly approaching, Tina reveals her brilliant idea that will finally win her first place in the annual costume contest. When Tammy steals her idea, Tina is forced to seek the help of Mr. Ambrose, who leads her to alternate and other-worldly methods of winning. Meanwhile, Bob is on a mission to figure out who is stealing his perfectly crafted pumpkins.
After a tip from Jimmy Pesto, Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on every order. The Belchers quickly realize that the situation is too good to be true, as they find themselves involved in a full-blown investigation, led by Hugo and Ron. Will Bob crack under the pressure or will he lead the investigators to a huge victory?
When Tina has a mishap that lands her in detention, Bob and Linda don't have a babysitter for their other kids, forcing them to let Gene and Louise stay at home alone. With the house to themselves, the younger Belchers find themselves in a sticky situation, while Bob and Linda get into surprising trouble with their accountant.
When Mr. Frond’s annual play threatens to ruin the half day before Thanksgiving, Gene and Louise decide they need to sabotage it in order to save their long weekend. Unknowingly, Tina provides her holiday fan fiction as the subject matter and the kids get to work on their own version of the play. Meanwhile, Linda finds a potato with a striking resemblance to her late grandfather.
As the Belchers prepare for Christmas, Bob gets an unexpected call from Mr. Fischoeder asking him to bring food to a party at his home. When Bob arrives, he discovers that he has gotten involved in an intense gingerbread house building competition with Mr. Fischoeder's rowdy group of friends. Meanwhile, Linda and Teddy try to inspire some Christmas cheer in the neighbors as they take the kids caroling.
When Tina hurts her ankle, she is left with no choice but to telecommute to school. After enrolling in a program that allows her to send a robot version of herself to class, Tina finds herself having an unexpected breakthrough with Jimmy Jr. Will technology be the thing that finally unites Tina with her biggest crush of all time?
With Valentine’s Day approaching, Tina, Gene and Louise each find themselves wrapped up in love-caused chaos. Meanwhile, Bob decides on a romantic gesture in order to impress Linda.
When Gayle's cat, Mr. Business, secures pet agent Ian Amberson, Bob finds out that Linda may have been helping to fund the cat's career. Ever the skeptic, Bob is prepared to shut it down, but learns that Mr. Business could be on the verge of his big break.
Louise is put in a sticky situation when she must defend one of her biggest foes at Wagstaff during a mock-trial. Meanwhile, Bob works with Jimmy Pesto to out a regular food-scammer.
When Gene learns that the formula for his favorite chocolate has changed, he works with the head of the company in an attempt to remedy the situation. Meanwhile, Bob gets wrapped up in one of Teddy's less-than-perfect plans.
Linda jumps at the chance to chaperone Tina’s weekend away at a heroine conference, but Tina’s new friend could put Linda’s perfect weekend in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the younger Belchers have plans for their weekend alone with Bob. What could possibly go wrong?
When Tina learns that the aquarium is in danger of closing, the Belcher children devise a scheme to keep it running. Meanwhile, Bob realizes that he could learn a thing or two from Linda's customer service skills.
When Tina is recruited by the debate team, she finds unexpected success and an even more unexpected relationship. Meanwhile, Louise and Gene convince their parents to help fund a stop-motion movie focusing on a surprising subject matter.
The annual Easter egg hunt always brings out the competitive sides of Bob and Linda, but this time, the game goes awry. After the Belcher parents have a little too much fun hiding the eggs, the entire family is enlisted in finding the lone egg that is quickly rotting in its hiding place.
When Linda wins a contest to spend a dream weekend at the home where her favorite television show is filmed, things don't go quite as planned. Also, Teddy's back problems leave him stuck on the floor while he babysits the kids.
Gene accompanies Bob on the last-ever rock-and-roll laser show at the planetarium and Linda and the girls go out for dinner at a wacky restaurant.
After Louise gets in trouble at school, Linda is forced to meet with Mr. Frond and potentially could lose her hard-earned position as the Wagstaff bake sale leader. When she finds out that her daughter was actually trying to help another student, Linda is torn between following school policy or her own moral code.
Linda comes down with a nasty cold just in time for the Mother’s Day show at Wagstaff. When Bob's outdated camcorder malfunctions, the kids perform a reimagined version of the pageant for Linda back at home. Will the kids' creative liberties be enough to make Linda feel the Mother's Day love?
When the forecast calls for rain on the day of the Bog to Beach parade, Teddy convinces Bob to enter the float contest with the promise of an easy win. As the parade goes awry, Bob realizes he might need an attitude adjustment.
When Bob finds out that the nearby wilderness equipment store is having a going out of business sale, he decides to finally realize his dream of becoming an outdoorsman. In true Bob fashion, he encounters a snafu that leaves him stuck in the store overnight to fend for himself. Meanwhile, Linda and the kids spend the night watching the rehearsal for Aunt Gayle's one-woman show.
Convinced she’s met the love of her life, Tina decides to disguise herself as a boy and sneak into the Boyz 4 Now auditions to find him. Back at the Restaurant, Teddy asks the rest of the Belcher gang to nurse his baby rat back to health.
Desperate for the grand prize dune buggy at their local arcade, Louise, Tina and Gene devise a master plan, with the help of Mr. Fischoeder. Meanwhile, Teddy manages to convince Bob and Linda to take in a chicken by promising fresh eggs.
Tina, Louise and Gene get a taste of business when they join the school's Tweentrepeneurs club. Back at the restaurant, Bob and Linda find themselves outsmarted by a dine-and-dasher.
The kids set out for their regular Halloween shenanigans, but when everyone's candy bags start mysteriously disappearing, it's up to Tina, Louise and Gene to find the culprit. Meanwhile, Teddy decorates the restaurant to compete with another handyman on the street, but gets a little carried away.
The kids learn the dangers of revenge when their plan to get back at the school guidance counselor gets them entangled in a deep rooted sibling rivalry between two pilots. Meanwhile, Linda and Bob put their game faces on when Teddy invites them to a paper airplane contest.
Bob agrees to drive professional quilter Edith around town, after she convinces him to join in a plot for revenge. Meanwhile, the kids attend a lavish "Gatsby"-themed birthday party, and Linda helps Teddy expand his taste palate.
The Belchers set out to save a turkey from a trip to the slaughterhouse, but when a local reporter catches wind of their schemes, the mission becomes more complicated than they had anticipated.
Gene is livid when his best friend, Alex, ditches him to be Courtney's roller-dancing partner. Meanwhile, Teddy, Linda and Bob let their imaginations get the best of them when they discover someone stalking the restaurant.
Tina and her new science partner create a device that allows them to communicate with aliens, but their excitement turns to fear when they receive a dangerous warning message. Meanwhile, Bob attempts to sell mini coat racks he bought.
The battle is on when some angsty teenagers take over Louise, Gene and Tina's usual sledding territory, inciting an epic turf war. Meanwhile, Bob steps in to help Linda, who's in a time crunch to get three scarves knitted before Christmas.
Linda's new friend introduces her to essential oils and Aunt Gayle is convinced she must be rescued. Meanwhile, Bob and Teddy are bamboozled into performing a series of annoying favors for Mr. Huggins.
The Belchers make it their mission to help Teddy get his dream girl, but Tina is convinced she's found a better match for him.
A Valentine's Day fight between Bob and Linda has the kids feeling confused. After a failed attempt to see a movie, it's up to Tina, Louise and Gene to tell their own story as a distraction from the awkward tension.
Tina, discouraged by not being asked to prom by Jimmy Jr., forms an unhealthy attachment to a goose from the nearby park. Meanwhile, Linda joins a dating app to help Gretchen find a match.
Things get out of hand when Louise wins a contest to be Principal for a Day. Back at the restaurant, Teddy has a unique suggestion to help Bob when he suddenly finds himself unable to flip burgers.
The family forces workaholic Bob to take a much-needed day off, only for him to wind up working at a local sandwich shop. Meanwhile, Linda and the kids throw a last minute baby shower at the restaurant for a female biker group.
Gene convinces Tina and Louise to help him save a misunderstood plankton blob from being destroyed by a yacht club.
On a school field trip, the kids visit a marionette theater, where Louise gets on the owner’s bad side. Bob takes pity on a guy handing out flyers outside the restaurant.
The Belchers get in over their heads when they try to help Bob’s personal hero, a renegade radio DJ, make a comeback.
When the kids have to run a mandatory mile for school on free-ice-cream-day, they hatch an elaborate plot to sneak away. Bob and Linda frantically try to secure discount tickets to a show at the Wharf Arts Center.
Linda attempts to become more involved with the P.T.A.; Bob tries to cheer up a hardware store owner after unknowingly making a joke about his pet parrot that recently flew away.