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Logan Bush
Gender Male
Hair Light Blonde
Age 16-17
Occupation Student at Huxley High School

Server/Busser at Bob's Burgers (restaurant) (formerly)

Relatives Cynthia Bush (mother)
Tom Bush (father)
Behind the scenes
First "Ear-sy Rider"
Voiced by Kurt Braunohler

Logan Berry Bush is a student at Huxley High School and Louise's arch-nemesis.

Story

Logan first appears in "Ear-sy Rider" along with two of his friends (Jacob and Scotty) having taken over steps that are between Wagstaff School and Bob's Burgers. After repeated attempts by Louise to pester him, he confiscates Louise's bunny ear hat and begins wearing it. Louise starts following Logan around town, at his school and the mall attempting to get it back.

After Logan says he threw them in the trash behind a branch of Pancho's Tacos which leads Louise to an incinerator, believing her hat had been destroyed, she calls on the One Eyed Snakes motorcycle gang after cashing in their favor card to cut off his own ears. Logan gives the hat back in a panic, revealing that he didn't throw them in the trash like he said earlier.

Later on, his parents and his friends' parents visit the restaurant in anger at the commotion surrounding the bikers threatening him; Louise offers her hat but instantly retracts the offer, revealing she was only kidding.

He next appears in "Mother Daughter Laser Razor" after he calls his mother 'the B-word' and is taken to Dakota's mother/daughter healing seminar that Linda and Louise are attending as there are no other suitable seminars available. After getting locked in "The Uter-Room" with Louise for their bad behavior, they break out and run away to Lasers and Gentlemen to play laser tag with the other girls attending the seminar, locking their mothers and Dakota in "The Uter-Room."

He made a non-speaking cameo in "World Wharf II: The Wharfening (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part II)" during the "Bad Things are Bad" musical number, playing skee bowl at Family Funtime.

In "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob & Louise", he is working in the community garden where Cynthia is the garden master. Bob agrees to hire Logan as an unpaid intern after telling Cynthia that his restaurant is an example of the sort of place she wants him working, a "crappy job that builds character," and she then rewards Bob with a plot in the garden. This angers Louise and causes her to quit. Later, after Bob realizes how selfish he has been, he allows Louise to fire Logan, but at a cost, he loses his plot in the garden.

In "Large Brother, Where Fart Thou?", which originally had "(AKA Logan's Run)" attached to it, Louise throws a moldy cantaloupe melon off the emergency exit of the apartment, not realizing Logan skateboarding with his friends (Jacob and Scotty) are below in the alley. The melon breaks on Logan and he threatens to make their lives a "living hell." After luring them out of the apartment, Logan gives chase as Gene and Louise run into the town's Lobsterfest and hide from Logan in a warehouse. Logan eventually finds them and Gene offers Logan to give the Reserve Norwegian Stinkhold, a signature move of the wrestler, Norwegian Steven, that he threatens Louise with to him.

A photo of Logan appears on the Bulletin Board of Banishment at Family Funtime in "The Taking of Funtime One Two Three".

Logan is the antagonist in "Better Off Sled". On a snowy weekend, Logan and his friends have claimed the only sledding hill in the park, leaving the Belcher kids and their friends with nowhere to play. When he won't leave, Regular Sized Rudy enlists the help of his softball playing cousin, Mandy, who Logan also used to bully. Though he and his friends run off at first, they come back with a basketball player and reclaim their old turf. The next day, Logan and his friends threaten to throw painful, hard, icy snowballs at Louise, but are stopped by a wave of female athletes from Huxley High School who want to hurt him, led by Mandy. They all chase him down, but Louise helps him get a head start.

Profile

Appearance

Logan has light-blond hair like his mother and wears a red shirt with white long sleeves that are sewn on to the insides of the short sleeves of the red shirt, brown pants and black shoes. In "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob & Louise", he wears a similar shirt that is orange and gray pants.

Personality

Logan doesn't appear to get along well with his mother and her parenting. He and Louise are enemies with each other; they will pester one another as much as they can, but will join forces if they have to, something they did in "Mother Daughter Laser Razor".

Logan, like many teenagers, likes playing with his friends, skateboarding and going to the mall.

Relationships

His parents are Cynthia & Tom Bush. Cynthia is a garden master at a local community garden and Tom is a doctor.

Trivia

  • Logan attends Huxley High School where he is most likely in junior or senior year as in "Ear-sy Rider", he gets a prom date (not stated whether it's junior or senior prom) and improved practice S.A.T. scores (which are offered to both juniors and seniors) after stealing Louise's hat. Also, Cynthia is trying to get him into a summer college prep program in "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob and Louise". This would place Logan's age at about 16-18.
  • Logan's full name is a play on words, being Logan Berry Bush, which can be rendered as Loganberry Bush, referring to the bush that Loganberries grow from. His mother, Cynthia claims that she and Tom "didn't think it through" when asked about it by Linda.
  • Despite being sworn enemies with Louise, their voice actors (Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal) are comedy partners.
  • Logan is one of the few recurring characters not to appear during the end credits sequence of "Glued, Where's My Bob?"
  • He has a doctor named Dr. Swanson.
  • In "The Taking of Funtime One Two Three", if you look closely, you can see that Logan is on the Do Not Allow list, right next to Louise.
  • It is revealed in "Better off Sled" that Logan is not only disliked by the young children he bullies, but also vastly hated by his high school peers, or at least his female ones. This can be gathered by Mandy managing to gather the entirety of multiple all-girl sports team just for the promise of mercilessly throwing snowballs at him. It can be assumed that this is because of his obnoxiousness, rudeness, pestering and implied misogyny from calling Mandy "Man-itary napkin," a play on sanitary napkin.
  • Logan seems to be an only child.
  • Logan shows signs of ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder).

Appearances

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Season 7

Season 9

Season 10

Season 11

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