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Season 1[]

"Sheesh! Cab, Bob?"[]

Jimmy Jr. first appears in the episode "Sheesh! Cab, Bob?" when Tina turns 13 and invites everyone in her class to her party, including Jimmy Jr. Tina plans to kiss Jimmy Jr. under a disco ball at her party, but the rivalry between Bob and Jimmy Pesto prevents Jimmy Jr. from attending unless Bob shaves off his mustache and gives it to Jimmy Pesto. At the party, while Tina is dancing with Glitter, Marbles and Cha-Cha, Bob shows her that he was able to get permission for Jimmy Jr. come to her party. She then kisses Bob on the cheek and says, "Thanks, dad, you're the best pimp I'll ever have." Tina and Jimmy Jr. then kiss under the disco ball.

"Spaghetti Western & Meatballs"[]

"Burger War"[]

"Lobsterfest"[]

Season 2[]

"The Belchies"[]

In "The Belchies", Jimmy Jr. is invited by Tina to a treasure hunt at an abandoned Taffy Factory. Jimmy decides to invite his wrestling buddy, Zeke, and his little brothers, Andy and Ollie. In the end, Tina rejects him, but goes back after seeing his butt.

"Bad Tina"[]

Season 3[]

"Nude Beach"[]

"Broadcast Wagstaff School News"[]

"My Fuzzy Valentine"[]

In "My Fuzzy Valentine", Tina does not want to go to school to risk getting a Valentine's card signed "From Jimmy Jr.", as opposed to "Love, Jimmy Jr.". At the end of the day, Jimmy Jr. brings her her homework and a Valentine's card signed, "♡ Jimmy Junior", which makes Tina happy.

"O.T. The Outside Toilet"[]

"Two for Tina"[]

In "Two for Tina", he shows jealousy towards Josh and tries to win back Tina; first with the help of Zeke, then with Gene & Louise. He later shows up at the performing arts school dance that Josh and Tina are attending and challenges Josh to a dance-off. Tina then breaks the fight up because it was getting too dangerous and recommended that they "share" Tina in what would be a polyamorous relationship. Both Jimmy Jr. and Josh don't really feel like it's right, so they tell her that if she is a one-man girl again, they wouldn't mind asking her out.

"Family Fracas"[]

"Carpe Museum"[]

"The Unnatural"[]

In "The Unnatural", Jimmy agrees to go on a date with an overly-caffeinated Tina, although he seems confused by the speed at which she asks him, and it's unclear if the date ever happens, since she set the time for 5 AM. After Linda and Louise sell the espresso machine, Tina's caffeine withdrawals cause her to snap at him.

Season 4[]

"Bob and Deliver"[]

"Presto Tina-O"[]

"Easy Com-mercial, Easy Go-mercial"[]

"The Frond Files"[]

"Mazel Tina"[]

"Gene It On"[]

In "Gene It On", Jimmy Jr. goes on a date with Tina who is unable to properly speak due to biting her tongue while cheerleading. Louise attends the date along with them playing as Tina's "translator." Upset with how Louise is making the date go, Tina tells Jimmy she would have rather had the date been "walking along the beach, watching 27 dresses, and kiss and stuff." Jimmy agrees and they share a kiss.

"World Wharf II: The Wharfening (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part II)"[]

Season 5[]

"Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl"[]

"Tina and the Real Ghost"[]

"Friends with Burger-fits"[]

"Midday Run"[]

"Can't Buy Me Math"[]

In "Can't Buy Me Math", Jimmy shows interests in Tina after she begins fake dating Darryl. He seems happy Tina is single again after she and Darryl break up and invites her to go bowling. When he finds out about the fake dating, he leaves bowling but seems excited to later see Tina in remedial math.

"The Millie-Churian Candidate"[]

"The Gayle Tales"[]

"Li'l Hard Dad"[]

"The Runway Club"[]

"The Itty Bitty Ditty Committee"[]

"The Oeder Games"[]

Season 6[]

"The Land Ship"[]

In "The Land Ship", after Tina & Jordan split due to her painting over the graffiti on the ship, Jimmy turns to Tina and asks her about her relationship with Jordan. Tina says they went out for a few days and they kissed, but she couldn't breathe. Jimmy Jr. responds with, "I don't need the details," but then asks her to watch the parade together.

"The Gene and Courtney Show"[]

In "The Gene and Courtney Show", Jimmy Jr. buys Tina a rose for Valentine's day and they kiss at the end of the episode.

"Lice Things Are Lice"[]

"Stand by Gene"[]

"The Hormone-iums"[]

In "The Hormone-iums", Jimmy Jr. goes to Jocelyn's birthday party and plays spin the bottle with Jocelyn, Tammy, Zeke, Tina, and others. When Tina spins it, it lands between him and Zeke.

"Bye Bye Boo Boo"[]

"Secret Admiral-irer"[]

"Glued, Where's My Bob?"[]

Season 7[]

"Teen-a Witch"[]

"They Serve Horses, Don't They?"[]

"The Quirkducers"[]

In "The Quirkducers", Tina (dressed as the Quirky Turkey) and Jimmy (dressed as a pig) kiss at the end of the play.

"Ex MachTina"[]

In "Ex MachTina", Jimmy Jr. Tina talk for hours while Tina is a robot. Because Tina is a robot, Jimmy Junior is able to open up to her about his life and even reads her his songs (musoeums). He eventually asks Tina to be his date to the 8th grade bonfire, but as a robot. Tina realizes this is unhealthy and goes in person to the bonfire and they kiss.

"Bob Actually"[]

In "Bob Actually", Jimmy Jr. plans to kiss Tina on a trampoline, but Tina is unable to do so because of having diahhrea. At the end of the episode, Tina uses stilts while Jimmy Junior jumps on the trampoline and they share their "sky kiss."

"A Few 'Gurt Men"[]

"Ain't Miss Debatin'"[]

"Thelma & Louise Except Thelma is Linda"[]

"Mom, Lies, and Videotape"[]

"Paraders of the Lost Float"[]

Season 8[]

"The Silence of the Louise"[]

"Sit Me Baby One More Time"[]

"V for Valentine-detta"[]

"Y Tu Ga-Ga Tambien"[]

"The Secret Ceramics Room of Secrets"[]

"Sleeping with the Frenemy"[]

"The Trouble with Doubles"[]

"Go Tina on the Mountain"[]

"As I Walk Through the Alley of the Shadow of Ramps"[]

Jimmy Jr. attends the Belcher children's bike party in "As I Walk Through the Alley of the Shadow of Ramps." Tina, Gene, and Louise hosted it to stop Alice from going through the alley. The police come during the event to disperse them, but Louise convinces the officers to leave.

"Mission Impos-slug-ble"[]

Season 9[]

"Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now"[]

"The Taking of Funtime One Two Three"[]

"Tweentrepreneurs"[]

"Nightmare on Ocean Avenue Street"[]

"Live and Let Fly"[]

"UFO No You Didn't"[]

"Every Which Way but Goose"[]

"The Fresh Princ-ipal"[]

"If You Love It So Much, Why Don't You Marionette?"[]

"The Gene Mile"[]

"Yes Without My Zeke"[]

Season 10[]

"Pig Trouble in Little Tina"[]

"The Hawkening: Look Who's Hawking Now!"[]

"Drumforgiven"[]

"A Fish Called Tina"[]

"Three Girls and a Little Wharfy"[]

"Wag the Song"[]

"The Handyman Can"[]

"Local She-ro"[]

Season 11[]

"Copa-Bob-bana"[]

"Fast Time Capsules at Wagstaff School"[]

"Diarrhea of a Poopy Kid"[]

"Romancing the Beef"[]

"Sheshank Redumption"[]

"Y Tu Tina También"[]

"Fingers-loose"[]

"Vampire Disco Death Dance"[]

Season 12[]

"Crystal Mess"[]

"Beach, Please"[]

"Loft in Bedslation"[]

"FOMO You Didn't"[]

"Touch of Eval(uations)"[]

"Ferry on My Wayward Bob and Linda"[]

"The Spider House Rules"[]

"Clear and Present Ginger"[]

"Some Like It Bot Part 1: Eighth Grade Runner"[]

"Some Like It Bot Part 2: Judge-bot Day"[]

Season 13[]

"What About Job?"[]

"So You Stink You Can Dance"[]

"Apple Gore-chard! (But Not Gory)"[]

"Cheaty Cheaty Bang Bang"[]

"These Boots Are Made for Stalking"[]

"What a (April) Fool Believes"[]

Season 14[]

"Fight at the Not Okay Chore-ral"[]

"Bully-ieve It or Not"[]

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