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Bob Belcher is a third-generation restaurateur who runs Bob's Burgers with his loving wife and their three children. Bob believes his burgers speak for themselves and isn't afraid to offer a variety of off-beat creations. Bob's wife, Linda, supports his dream but is becoming sick of the slow times, as the restaurant is constantly in danger of going out of business. Despite the challenges, which includes consistent harassment from Linda's ex -- a health inspector -- Bob tries to keep the grill sizzling.

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The Belcher kids go to Outdoor Education only to have it rain; Tina meets a hermit living in the woods; Bob and Linda experience what it's like to be empty nesters.
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Bob and Linda's double date takes a disastrous turn when the couples get trapped; Louise hosts a zombie movie night, but when the zombies turn out to be too scary, Tina must take charge.
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Gene gets invited to his first sleepover, and things don't go as planned; Bob and Linda record themselves while sleeping to prove who snores more.
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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; Linda and Gene seize an opportunity to turn the restaurant into a piano bar.
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Tina sets Tammy up with Brett, a boy from out of town; Gene loses his baby tooth and must find a replacement to complete Linda's collection.
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The kids set out to find a secret room filled with homemade ceramics which is rumored to be hidden at their school; Teddy starts a phone repair service and the adults become determined to improve his online rating.
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When a new playground game is introduced, the school's social hierarchy is turned upside-down; Linda fills in for the local library storyteller and pulls out all the stops to perfect her storyteller persona.
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After a rough breakup on Valentine's Day, the Belcher women have a limo girls' night out to make Tina feel better; Bob and Gene have a trapeze experience that brings them closer.
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Linda begins questioning guests at her party after her prized ornaments are stolen; the kids suspect the anti-Santa.
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Teddy's family unexpectedly announces they're coming for Thanksgiving; the preparation proves challenging; Teddy is discovered to be a hoarder.
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Tina's new baby-sitting enterprise is quickly derailed by her nemesis Tammy; Bob and Linda check out a competitor's restaurant that is known for its burgers.
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On Halloween night, Linda tries to impress the kids by taking them to look for a wolf that has been terrorizing the town; an injured and medicated Bob believes that Teddy has turned into a werewolf.
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Mr. Frond's therapy dolls are mysteriously attacked; Louise teams up with Millie to help solve the case; Teddy decides to get into the inspirational poster business.
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Bob's Burgers begins serving brunch to compete with Jimmy Pesto, but it quickly turns to chaos; Tina, Gene, and Louise decide to help Mr. Fischoeder's brother.
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The kids talk Bob into letting them cut school so they can help him select a Valentine's Day gift for Linda; Linda organizes a speed-dating event at the restaurant.
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Tina tracks the "Mad Pooper" running wild at the middle school.
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When the health inspector quits to become a nudist, leaving Bob with a worse alternative, Bob decides to brave the nude beach and try to get him back.
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Linda forces Louise to attend a mother-daughter seminar in hope of improving their relationship; Tina asks Bob to teach her to shave her legs.
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The family has high hopes when Bob inherits a storage unit; when they learn a man named Chet (Zach Galifianakis) is living inside the unit, Linda invites Chet to stay at the restaurant.
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The family thinks Gene's new girlfriend is annoying and talks him into dumping her, but he reconsiders when he learns her father could possibly help his music career.
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Tina worries that she is a jinx when she wrecks the car and gets the family involved with a questionable insurance agent (Bob Odenkirk).

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