In Season 3, Episode 3 'Bob Fires the Kids' bob receives a package from 'the ladies who purchased his (Bob's) father's old restaurant.' The box contains 'toys' from Bob's childhood, which draws the conclusion that it was the restaurant Bob grew up in. However, when Big Bob is introduced in season 5, he's in the restaurant Bob grew up in, reference flashbacks, the restaurant Big Bob sold to some ladies?
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dalton crespin is an amazing character and he deserves so much more appreciation
he's just so underrated!!!
How would the Moo’s Clues Theme Song Go?
Where is the soda fountain in the restaurant? They never show it.
does anyone break the fourth wall on bob’s burgers?
Has any thought been given to including a quotes section on the episode pages? There are plenty of times where I remember a line but don’t remember what episode it was from.
is it just me or are newer episodes becoming less and less eventful (boring)?
i love this show to death and will watch it no matter what (Im in too deep lol).
but it just doesnt seem as fun and crazy as it used to be, a bit more blah and average. that crazy and hilarious bobs burgers charm we all know and love seems to lessening to me. idk, what do ya'll think?
This episode seems to have a tribute to the British show The Young Ones by having the same poster in the kitchen as seen here. Anyone else catch this?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLwc9lbJlIQ
College Buddies is funnier than Bob's Burgers. prove me wrong.
Does anyone remember the nicknames Linda gives to her family, or does anyone know where a list of Linda's nicknames might be? (I'm specifically trying to remember her nicknames for Louise right now, but I love all her nicknames so much I kinda was to see a list of them for all the characters)
boyz 4 now member - Griffin
This has been itching me for a while, should "The Bleakening" be classed as one hour-long episode or two half-hour episodes. The arguments for each are listed below and a poll is at the bottom of the post.
1 episode: aired as one episode originally, currently appears on Fox Now and Hulu as one episode, has a continuing storyline, no footage cut, one set of credits for both parts, aired as one internationally also.
2 episodes: has two unique production codes, has two unique writers and directors, very briefly appeared in two parts on Fox Now and Hulu in January, some footage cut, additional end credits sequence for Part 1.
Another factor will be which ones they choose to air in syndication.
note: either way, I do intend on keeping it on one page and listing both production codes no matter what the outcome of the poll.
23 Votes in Poll
Gene's friend Ken is albino and does hip hop. This sounds a lot like Brother Ali (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brother_Ali). Seem a likely inspiration?
Tina is drawn improbably stacked for a 13 year old, but this doesn't elicit much comment from the other characters around her. Therefore she didn't look like that when she was 13. Instead first person narrator Tina is projecting a chibified version of her current body shape back into her 13-year old adventures.
My head canon is that adult lonely sexy librarian Tina is imagining these scenes as she writes them up while waiting for anybody to ask about books.