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The Store next Door is the storefront next to Bob's Burgers on the opposing side from Mort's It's Your Funeral Home & Crematorium. Similar to "It's Your Funeral," this storefront also features clever word play, but unlike the Belchers' long-time steady neighbor Mort, it is a revolving door of businesses, often so temporary the sign is crudely painted on a cloth banner. A different business is shown to occupy this storefront in every episode, and thus it is one of the running gags in the show. The following is a list of these doomed ventures:

Variants

Episode Business Notes
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P.F.E.T.A
"People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals" - a play on the organization P.E.T.A.

Secondary sign: "Meat is Murder"

Fugue and Riffs
(Archer)
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(vacant)
Secondary sign: "FOR LEASE"
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BLANK
A blank variant from the Bob's Burgers Fan Art (Fart) competition website opening title sequence clip. The store appears like this most of the time during episodes.

Season 1

Episode Business Notes
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P.F.E.T.A
"People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals" - a play on the organization P.E.T.A.

Secondary sign: "Meat is Murder"

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Trot's All Natural Fertilizer
Play on "the trots," an alternative name for diarrhea
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RENT REDUCED: Crime Scene Special

Secondary sign: "CRIME SCENE DO NOT CROSS" (crime scene tape)

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Meth I Can! Methadone Clinic
Play on the motivational phrase "Yes I Can!"
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SYNTHESIZERS! SYNTHESIZERS! SYNTHESIZERS!
Undoubtedly one of Gene's favorites, as he himself owns and frequently uses a synthesizer.
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Extra Moist Yoga
Store name could possibly be "Extra Moist Yogurt," however "Yoga" seems to be more likely.
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The Horse Renderer
Play on the book/film "The Horse Whisperer."
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ATTEMPTED CRÊPE French Cooking School
Somewhat distasteful play on "Attempted rape."
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STD B-Gone! FREE CLINIC
Play on the classic consumer product marketing technique of adding "B-Gone" or "B-Gon" to the subject matter the product is advertized to remove, get rid of, or turn off. For example: Ortho's "Weed-B-Gon" weed killer and "Bug-B-Gon" insect killer; the "TV-B-Gone" universal remote TV "off-switch"
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ROCKY REFUGE RACCOON SANCTUARY
Play on the song by the Beatles entitled "Rocky Raccoon."
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Bass Drum Emporium
Secondary sign: "THE ONLY 24-HOUR DRUM SHOP IN TOWN!"
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MAGNUM G.I. COLONOSCOPIES
Play on the title of the TV series "Magnum P.I." Linda is a huge fan of actor Tom Selleck, the star of this series.
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CHRIS'S BRISSES
A "bris" is the Jewish rite of circumcision. 

Season 2

Episode Business Notes
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Uncle Marty's Breast Pumps
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HANNIBAL'S DEAD ANIMALS TAXIDERMY
Sign includes mounted buck's head.
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POOKAH PAGODA POOKAH SHELL WAREHOUSE
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A FRIDGE TOO FAR USED APPLIANCES
Play on the book/film "A Bridge Too Far"

Secondary sign: CLEARANCE SALE

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That's Improv-able Improv Theater
Play on "That's Improbable."

Secondary sign: TICKETS ON SALE NOW

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STICKERS FOR MEN

Secondary sign: NOW OPEN

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Grindecologist Coffee Shop
Play on Gynecologist

Secondary sign: SALE

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Valley of the Doilies
Play on the book/film "Valley of the Dolls"

Secondary sign: SALE 50% OFF

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Yes, Wire Hangers!

Play on the "No wire hangers!" line from Mommie Dearest.

Secondary sign: Wire Hanger-shaped sign: OPEN

Season 3

Episode Business Notes
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ANNIE GET YOUR GUM
Play on "Annie Get Your Gun"

Secondary sign: Gumball machine-shaped sign: OPEN

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YEAR-ROUND HALLOWEEN STORE

Secondary sign: CLOSED FOR HALLOWEEN / ASK ABOUT OUR MASKS

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I'D HIT THAT BOXING GYM
Play on the phrase "I'd hit that."

Secondary sign: BOXING LESSONS

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Simply the Asbestos
Play on the phrase "Simply the best"

Secondary sign: House-shaped sign: FREE QUOTES

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COLONIAL BALONEY

Secondary sign: GET YOUR THANKSGIVING BALONEY NOW

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BUTT STUFF UNDERWEAR OUTLET
Play on the sexual reference "Butt stuff."

Secondary sign: Men's brief-shaped sign

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Wigs Wigs Wigs! (And Socks)

Secondary sign: Buy 1 wig get 1 sock FREE!

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Talk To The Hand Glove Store
Play on the phrase "Talk to the hand."

Secondary sign: Glove-shaped sign: OPEN

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Cane You Dig It? CANDY CANE OUTLET
Play on the phrase "Can you dig it?"

Secondary sign: NO LICKY-LOOS (play on "Looky-Loos")

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Does Your Face Hurt? BEAUTY SUPPLIES
Play on the insult "Does your face hurt? Because it's killing me."
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SCROTO-ROOTER VASECTOMY CLINIC
Play on "Roto-Rooter."

Secondary sign: HALF OFF / NEXT VISIT (scissors bisecting)

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THAT'S A-DOOR-A-BELL DOORBELLS
Play on "That's adorable."

Secondary sign: PLEASE KNOCK

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KOOKAH FOR HOOKAH

Play on the phrase "I'm cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs!"

Secondary sign: Hookah-shaped sign: OPEN / NO SMOKING

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LET'S SCISSOR! COLLAGE STUDIO
Play on the sex act "scissoring."

Secondary sign: Scissor-bearing sign: OPEN

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EARTH, WIND & TIRES
Play on the band "Earth, Wind, & Fire."
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ELLIOT'S SMELLY BITS POTPOURRI SHOP

Secondary sign: YOU SMELT IT WE DEALT IT (play on the phrase "He who smelt it, dealt it.")

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FERN, BABY, FERN! DISCOUNT FERN STORE
Play on the phrase "Burn, baby, burn!"
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MILES OF VIALS

Secondary sign: Vial-shaped sign: OPEN

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THE MASSAGONYST MASSAGES FOR MEN
Play on the term "Misogyny," which is the hatred or dislike of women or girls.
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NOTHIN' BUT NOTARIES
Play on the phrase "Nothin' but net."

Secondary sign: Notary seal press-shaped sign

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BREAK-A-BEAR TEDDY BEAR DISPOSAL
Play on the "Build-A-Bear" stores
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SIT AND SPIN POTTERY
Play on the insult/toy "Sit and spin."

Secondary sign: Pottery vase-shaped sign: OPEN

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OUR CARPETS MATCH OUR DRAPES HOME FURNISHINGS
Play on the phrase "Does the carpet match the drapes?" referring to hair color vs pubic hair color.

Season 4

Episode Business Notes
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TANDEMONIUM ALL YOUR TANDEM BIKE NEEDS
Play on the words "Pandemonium" and "Tandem."


Secondary sign: Neon "OPEN" in the shape of a tandem bicycle.

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JOHNNY RAZOR'S TOTALLY NORMAL CANDY STORE
Reference to the product tampering scare of the early to mid 1980s which led to the safety seals now found on all packaged consumable products. One of the original urban myths associated with this scare involved rumors of razor blades embedded in apples handed out to trick-or-treaters at Halloween.
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DON'T GO THERE Cautionary Sign Store
Somewhat ironic word play - cautionary sign store where the store's sign is, itself, a cautionary sign warning customers not to patronize the establishment.


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WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING DISCOUNT PET APPAREL
Play on the phrase "A wolf in sheep's clothing."
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DR. RANGELOVE STOVE STORE

Play on the title of the Stanley Kubrick film "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb"

The leaves on the tree are orange in this intro.

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BETTY'S MACHETES
Secondary sign: Machete-shaped sign: OPEN
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YADDA YADDA DADA JEWISH SURREALIST ART GALLERY
Play on the phrase "Yadda yadda yadda" (popularly attributed to Yiddish). It is combined with a reference to dadaism, an early 20th century European art movement which laid the foundation for Surrealism.
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NOG NOG WHO'S THERE? EGG NOG

Play on the knock-knock joke opener "Knock-knock. Who's there?"

Snow is falling during this intro, and there is a small amount of accumulation on the sidewalk, mailbox, and building. The tree in front of the store has lost its leaves for the winter. 

Secondary sign: String of Christmas lights

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TANKIN' IT TO THE STREETS TANK TOP SHOP
Play on The Doobie Brothers' song "Takin' It to the Streets"


Secondary sign: Tank top-shaped sign: OPEN

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CATS A RISING STAR PET IMPROV
Play on the "Catch A Rising Star" chain of comedy clubs, which is itself a play on the song "Catch A Falling Star"


Secondary sign: NO DOGS

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FIRE DISTINGUISHERS
PUT OUT YOUR FIRE WITH FLAIR
Play on "Fire Extinguishers"
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NORTH BY NORTH VEST
Play on the Alfred Hitchcock film "North by Northwest"


Secondary sign: Vest-shaped sign

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QUILTY AS CHARGED QUILT SHOP
Play on the phrase "Guilty as charged."


Secondary sign: Quilt-style sign: OPEN

Uncle Teddy Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Store-next-door S04-E14.jpg
CARL'S PRE-OWNED INDOOR OUTHOUSES
Secondary sign: Outhouse-shaped sign:OPEN
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Brazilianaire CURRENCY EXCHANGE & WAXING SALON
A portmanteau of "Brazilian wax" - a style of pubic hair removal for women - and "billionaire"
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NAPOLEON'S COMPLEXION: SKIN CARE FOR LITTLE PEOPLE
A portmanteau of the term "Napoleon Complex" and "complexion."
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TIRE-RHEA

Play on the word "diarrhea"

Secondary Sign: "Explosive Sale!"

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GET A LOOM YOU TWO! COUPLES' WEAVING
Play on the phrase "Get a room you two!"
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A UNICYCLE BUILT FOR TWO TANDEM UNICYCLES
Play on the "a bicycle built for two" lyrics from the song "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)" written in 1892 by Harry Dacre.
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THE NIGHTLIGHT ZONE
Play on the title of the TV series The Twilight Zone.
Wharf Horse (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part I) Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Store-next-door S04-E21.jpg As part one of the two-part season 4 finale, this episode marked the first in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

The title of the episode is a play on the title of Michael Morpurgo's 1982 children's novel War Horse, and its 2011 film adaptation.

World Wharf II: The Wharfening (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part II) Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Store-next-door S04-E22.jpg As part two of the two-part season 4 finale, this episode along with part one doesn't feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

The title of the episode is a play on "World War II." The subtitle, "The Wharfening," is a play on the title of the second film in the Highlander film franchise, Highlander II: The Quickening.

Season 5

Episode Business Notes
Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Intro S05-E01.jpg This is one of only seven episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

Instead, the front of Wagstaff School is shown. Unlike the "World Wharf" episodes, there is no caption displaying the title.

Tina and the Real Ghost Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Intro S05-E02.jpg This is one of only seven episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

Instead, the front of Wagstaff School is shown. Like the previous episode, there is no caption displaying the title.

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GIFT RAPPERS FREESTYLE GIFT WRAPPING
A play on "Gift Wrappers" and "Freestyle Rapping.
Dawn of the Peck Peck Title.png This is one of only seven episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

The title of the episode is a play on title of the 1978 zombie-horror film "Dawn of the Dead" - which was also remade in 2004.

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FLIP YOUR WIG REVERSIBLE HAIRPIECES
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MIRACLE ON 34TH SHEETS SHEETS AND BEDDING IN 34 COLORS
A play on the film "Miracle on 34th street".
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RUDE A-BAKE-ENING, CAKES FOR PEOPLE YOU HATE!
A play on "Rude Awakening.
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CAT-LIKE REFLUXES FELINE GASTROENTEROLOGIST
A play on "Cat-like reflexes".
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I'VE GOT CRABS HERMIT CRAB EMPORIUM
A reference to pubic lice, which are commonly called "crabs," and often mistakenly referred as an STD, when in fact they are simply a parasite related to head lice.
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TAKES ALL RINDS COMPOSTING CENTER
A play on "Takes all kinds."
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FEEL LIKE MAKING GLOVE MAKE YOUR OWN GLOVES AND MITTENS
A play on the Bad Company song "Feel like Making Love."
NOTE: Not on all versions, original broadcast versions and some others repeated "Speakeasy Rider"'s gags.
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YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE RUTH BASEBALL CARDS
A combination of a play on the famous quote "You can't handle the truth!" by Jack Nicholson's character in the A Few Good Men, and a reference to legendary baseball star "Babe Ruth."
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A TON IN THE OVEN BIG AND TALL BABY CLOTHES
A play on the phrase "a bun in the oven " - referring to a pregnancy.
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BABY GOT BACK PROBLEMS PHYSICAL THERAPY
A play on the 1992 Sir Mix-A-Lot song "Baby Got Back."
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LADY AND THE CLAMP HARDWARE FOR HER
A play on the title of the 1955 Disney film "Lady and the Tramp" - which was itself a play on the title of the 1937 show tune "The Lady Is a Tramp" - most famously recorded by Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald in 1950s, and recently (in 2011) covered by Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett.
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SHELFIES PICTURES OF SHELVES
A play on the 2010s photo craze "selfies".
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CUPID'S STUPID DIVORCE ATTORNEYS
A play on the 1958 song "Stupid Cupid" by Connie Francis. The song has been covered by several artists, including Patsy Cline, Maureen Evans, Queen, Neil Sedaka (who wrote the original version), and Mandy Moore for The Princess Diaries soundtrack.
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A SIGHT FOR SORE THIGHS MASSAGE PARLOR
A play on the phrase "a sight for sore eyes" - meaning a person or thing that one is extremely pleased or relieved to see.
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MEET THE PATENTS PATENT ATTORNEY
A play on title of the 2000 film "Meet The Parents" (or possibly, but unlikely the 1993 version).
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THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH COUPLES DERMATOLOGY
A play on the psychological term "seven-year itch," which suggests that happiness in a relationship declines after around year seven of a marriage, and the physical sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch.
The Oeder Games Bobs-Burgers-Wiki Store-next-door S05-E21.jpg This episode is one of only seven episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

Instead, a blank storefront is shown.

Secondary sign: "RETAIL SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE"

There is no caption displaying the title in this episode.

Season 6

Episode Business Notes
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THE OUTLET OUTLET ELECTRICAL STORE
Homonym word play involving the following two uses of the word "outlet."


  • A female-side electrical receptacle used for plugging in electric appliances.
  • A brick and mortar or online store in which manufacturers sell their stock directly to the public.
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RESISTING A REST SLEEP THERAPY
A play on the criminal charge "resisting arrest."
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BLOOD BATH AND BEYOND BED BATH PRODUCTS
A play on the name of the home goods chain store, "Bed Bath & Beyond."
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MAXI PADS LARGE APARTMENT RENTALS
A play on the feminine hygiene product.
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YOU'RE MISSING THE POINSETTIA
A play on "You're missing the point."
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BIDETS AND CONFUSED BIDETS FOR BEGINNERS
A play on "Dazed and Confused" - a song originally released by Jack Homes in 1967. The Band "The Yardbirds" (along with English musician Jimmy Page) reworked the lyrics and came up with their own version, which was made famous in 1969 by Page's band "Led Zeppelin" in their eponymously-titled debut studio album. It is also the title of a 1993 cult-classic coming of age stoner-comedy film featuring a large ensemble cast of actors who would later become stars, including Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck, and Milla Jovovich.
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HAPPILY EVER ACTOR CASTING AGENCY
A play on "Happily ever after" - a stock phrase in fairy tales signifying a happy ending.
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ESCROW ZONE! ESCROW FOR KIDS
In the U.S., escrow payment is a common term referring to the portion of a mortgage payment that is designated to pay for real property taxes and hazard insurance.

Suffice it to say, a child will *never* have to deal with this circumstance except in an absurdly rare occasion - which is why this particular venture will fail, and a different store will have replaced it by the time the next episode airs.

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LITTLE SHOP OF HULAS
A play on the 1986 film, "Little Shop of Horrors".
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FOOTLOOSE PROSTHETIC ADJUSTMENTS
A play on the 1984 movie, Footloose.
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GRANNY PACKS LUGGAGE FOR SENIORS
A play on fanny packs.
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I THINK THEREFORE I JAM PROFOUND PRESERVES
A play on the René Descartes quote, "Cognito Ergo Sum" (I think therefore I am).
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THE WAY WE GRR DOG TRAINERS
A play on 1973 movie, The Way We Were.
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REGRET ME NOT TATTOO
A play on the phrase, "Forget Me Not".
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DON'T STOP BEREAVING GRIEF COUNSELING
A play on the Journey song, "Don't Stop Believing."
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GET OFF MY BACK TRAMP STAMP REMOVALS
A tramp stamp is a lower back tattoo.
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NICE KNOCKERS ELEGANT DOOR KNOCKERS
A play on a euphemism for the female breasts.
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DON'T GO CHASING WATERBEDS
A play on the TLC song, "Waterfalls."
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100 CENT STORE
A play on the fact that this is the 100th production episode of the show. Appears in the establishing shot rather than opening sequence.

Secondary Sign: 1% off sale. Which would make 99 cents.


Season 7

Episode Business Notes
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THAT'S WHAT SHE SAWED TOOLS FOR WOMEN
Play on the phrase denoting a double entendre, "That's What She Said."
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PAIR OF DICE CITY DICE OUTLET
Play on the Guns N' Roses song "Paradise City."
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SAG ME TO HELL BRA BOUTIQUE
Play on the movie Drag Me to Hell
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SEW-SEW AVERAGE NEEDLE POINT SUPPLIES
Play on the phrase, "so-so".
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WAITERS GONNA WAIT RESTAURANT SUPPLIES
Play on the phrase, "Haters gonna hate."
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LET'S GIVE 'EM STUFFING TO TALK ABOUT STUFFING EMPORIUM
Play on the phrase, "Let's give 'em something to talk about."
The Last Gingerbread House on the Left Gingerbread.png This is one of only nine episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

Instead, an exterior shot of Bob's Burgers at night with snow present appears with the caption "One Week Before Christmas."

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CINDY LOPPER HAIRSTYLING
Play on the singer Cyndi Lauper.
Bob Actually Actually.png This is one of only nine episodes in the series not to feature the regular opening sequence and its running gags.----

The episode begins with Speedo Guy pressing play on his stereo which plays "Stupid Cupid" while he skates around the boardwalk where a couple with a heart-shaped balloon watch on.

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YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TOOTH DENTAL EXTRACTION
A play on the line "You Can't Handle the Truth" from A Few Good Men.----

SECONDARY SIGN: A flashing sign displaying a tooth being pulled, first time a flashing sign has been seen.

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BATH SHEET CRAZY
A play on the phrase "Bat sh*t crazy."
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BRUSH IT AGAIN, SAM REFURBISHED TOOTHBRUSES
A play on the famous misquote originating from the movie Casablanca," Play It Again, Sam."----

SECONDARY SIGN: OPEN with a toothbrush underneath it

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SOFT SERVE GENTLE PROCESS SERVERS
A play on Soft Serve, a serving suggestion of ice cream.
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PRO-PAIN ACCESSORIES DOMINATRIX SUPPLIES
A reference to a Hank Hill catchphrase in King of the Hill, "I sell propane and propane accessories."
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LOOKS LIKE WE'RE IN FOR NASTY LEATHER
A play on the line, "Looks like we're in for nasty weather" from the Creedence Clearwater Revival song, "Bad Moon Rising."
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LIN-MANUEL'S VERANDAS PATIO FURNITURE
A reference to the actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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YOU DO THE METH RECOVERY CLINIC
A play on the phrase "You do the math."
The Laser-inth Laser-inth Store.png
BALLS TO THE WALL HANDBALL SUPPLY
A play on the phrase "Balls to the wall" and a reference to Handball.
Thelma & Louise Except Thelma is Linda Thelma Store.png
A CURD IN THE HAND HOMEMADE CHEESES
A reference to the phrase, "A Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush."
Mom, Lies, and Videotape Mom Lies Store.png
SOCK HER, MOM LADIES BOXING GYM
A play on the phrase "soccer mom."
Paraders of the Lost Float Paraders Store.png
GLAND HO! THYROID EXAMS
A play on the traditional calling for when a sailor sights land, "Land Ho!"
Into the Mild Mild Store.png
WELCOME BACK POTTER SECOND HAND CERAMICS
A play on the 1970s sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.

Season 8

Brunchsquatch

The Season 8 premiere, "Brunchsquatch," has a title sequence featuring winning submissions from the Bob's Burgers Fan Art contest. These included multiple stores, they are listed below in order of appearance.

Business Notes
Brunchsquatch Store1.png
A WHITER SHADE OF PALE ALE
Presumed, not fully visible, a play on the Procol Harum hit "A Whiter Shade of Pale."
Brunchsquatch Store2.png
GUGGEN-HINEY FAN ART GALLERY
A play on the Guggenheim museum and a reference to this episode being animated with fan art.
Brunchsquatch Store3.png
TWO B-
Not fully visible, a barbershop.
Brunchsquatch Store4.png
WORK OF F.ART FAN ART GALLERY
Not fully visible, another reference to fan art.
Brunchsquatch Store5.png
BLOUSE OF THE RISING SUN NEW ORLEAN APPAREL
Not fully visible, a play on the song "House of the Rising Sun."
Brunchsquatch Store6.png
THUS SPOKE ZARATHUSTRA BICYCLE REPAIR
A play on the English translation of Also Sprach Zarathustra, a novel by Frederick Nietsche and tone poem by Richard Strauss. Spoke meaning wheel spokes.

Other episodes

Episode Business Notes
The Silence of the Louise Silence Store.png
THAT THONG YOU DO
A play on the movie, That Thing You Do!.
The Wolf of Wharf Street Wolf Wharf Store.png
FREDDIE KUGEL HALLOWEEN NOODLES
A play on the A Nightmare on Elm Street character Freddy Kruger.
Sit Me Baby One More Time Sit Me Store.png
PLUNGER GAMES AGGRESSIVE TOILET TOOLS
A play on The Hunger Games trilogy.
Thanks-Hoarding Thankshoarding Store.png
WE LATHER TOGETHER FAMILY SOAPS
A play on the Christian hymn often associated with Thanksgiving, "We Gather Together."
The Bleakening, Part 1 Bleakening.png This episode has no opening sequence. No Store Next Door. Also used for hour-long version.
The Bleakening, Part 2 Bleakening 1.png This episode has no opening sequence. No Store Next Door.
V for Valentine-detta Valentine-detta Store.png
GLOVES ACTUALLY
A play on the movie Love Actually.
Y Tu Ga-Ga Tambien Gaga Store.png
DONT COMB AROUND HERE NO MORE GIFTS FOR BALD MEN
A play on the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song, "Don't Come Around Here No More."
The Secret Ceramics Room of Secrets Ceramics Store.png
FUGGETTABOUTIT HARD DRIVE ERASING
Sleeping with the Frenemy Frenemy Store.png
THE WIZARD OF GAUZE NEW AND USED BANDAGES
A play on The Wizard of Oz.
The Hurt Soccer Hurt Soccer Store.png
SLEEP TIGHT SMALL MATTRESSES
A play on the phrase "Sleep tight."
Cheer Up, Sleepy Gene Sleepy Gene Store.png
DRASTIC MEASURES EXTRA LONG TAPE MEASURES
A play on the phrase "Drastic Measures."
The Trouble with Doubles Doubles Store.png
SHAWL ME BY YOUR NAME EMBROIDERED SHAWLS
A play on the 2017 movie Call Me By Your Name.
Go Tina on the Mountain Tina Mountain Store.png
CRY ME A SLIVER SEMI-URGENT CARE
A play on phrase "Cry Me a River."
Are You There Bob? It's Me, Birthday Birthday Store.png
DAMN I WISH I WAS YOUR HOVER... BOARD
A play on the Sophie B. Hawkins song "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover."
Boywatch Boywatch Store.png
FAMILY JOWLS COSMETIC SURGERY
A play on family jewels.
As I Walk Through the Alley of the Shadow of Ramps Ramps Store.png
BEAN THERE, DONE THAT REFRIED BEANS OUTLET
A play on the phrase "Been there, done that."
Mo Mommy Mo Problems Mo Mommy Store.png
NOT THROWIN' AWAY MY POT RECYCLED KITCHEN WARE
A reference to the song "My Shot" from the musical Hamilton.
Mission Impos-slug-ble Mission Imposslugble Store.png
I'M GETTING TOO OLD FOR THIS SCHVITZ SAUNAS FOR THE ELDERLY
A play on the line "I'm getting too old for this sh*t", spoken by Danny Glover's character Roger Murtaugh in the Lethal Weapon movie franchise.
Something Old, Something New, Something Bob Caters for You Something Store.png
JEANS OF THE STONE AGE VINTAGE DENIM
A play on the band Queens of the Stone Age.

Season 9

Episode Business Notes
Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now 1B4N Store.png
PAUL'S RISERS BLEACHERS, PLATFORMS AND STAGES
A play on comedian Paul Reiser.
The Taking of Funtime One Two Three Funtime Store.png
WE'VE ALWAYS HAD FERRETS EXOTIC PETS
A play on the line, "We'll always have Paris" from the 1942 movie Casablanca.
Tweentrepreneurs Tweentrepreneurs Store.png
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKER FURNITURE GOING ON
A play on the song "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On."
Nightmare on Ocean Avenue Street Nightmare Store.png
THOSE WHO CAN, DLE CANDLES
A play on the phrase, "Those Who Can, Do." Also features in episode.
Live and Let Fly Live Let Fly Store.png
THE RARE ITCH PROJECT DERMATOLOGY
A play on the supernatural horror movie The Blair Witch Project.
Bobby Driver Bobby Driver Store.png
YOU MAKE MY SEAMS COME TRUE TAILORING AND DREAM INTERPRETATION
A play on Daryl Hall and John Oates song, "You Make My Dreams."
I Bob Your Pardon Pardon Store.png
PLYMOUTH JOCK OLD TIMEY ATHLETIC WEAR
A play on Plymouth Rock, the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims.
Roller? I Hardly Know Her! Roller Store.png
THERE YACHT-A BE A LAW MARITIME LAWYERS
A play on There Oughta Be a Law.
UFO No You Didn't UFO Store.png
YOU'RE THE MAN NOW DOG SUITS FOR DOGS
A play on the full spelling out of the acronym YTMND.
Better Off Sled Sled Store.png
MANGER DANGER BABYPROOFING
A play on "stranger danger."
Lorenzo's Oil? No, Linda's Lorenzos Oil Store.png
THE THESAURUS SHOP STORE • MARKET • BOUTIQUE
The sub heading acts as a thesaurus displaying different synonyms for shop.
The Helen Hunt Helen Hunt Store.png
IF YOU DON'T GLOVE ME BY NOW GLOVE EMPORIUM
A play on the song "If You Don't Know Me by Now", made famous by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.
Bed, Bob & Beyond Bed Bob Store.png
BEVERLY HILLS CUPS EXPENSIVE CUPS
A play on the Beverly Hills Cop movie franchise.
Every Which Way but Goose Goose Store.png
BIG OLD KITTIES SENIOR CAT ADOPTION AGENCY
The Fresh Princ-ipal Fresh Principal Store.png
WEIGHT FOR IT GYM EQUIPMENT
A play on the song "Wait for It" from Hamilton.
Roamin' Bob-iday Bobiday Store.png
CLOTHES BEFORE HOSE GARDENING ATTIRE
A play on the vulgar slang expression "Bros before hoes."
What About Blob? Blob Store.png
PELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING HIP REPLACEMENT CLINIC
A play on the phrase "Elvis had left the building" often used to disperse audiences from Elvis Presley concerts.
If You Love It So Much, Why Don't You Marionette? Marionette Store.png
THE LIDS ARE ALL TIGHT STORAGE CONTAINERS
A play on the 2010 movie The Kids Are All Right.
Long Time Listener, First Time Bob Listener Store.png
THE RODS MUST BE DRAPEY CURTAINS RODS & MORE
A play on the 1980 South African comedy movie The Gods Must Be Crazy.
The Gene Mile Gene Mile Store.png
I CANT BELIEVE IT'S NOT BROTHER
A play on the advertising slogan "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter."
P.T.A. It Ain't So PTA Store.png
DOLL THINGS CONSIDERED ACCESSORIES FOR DOLLS
A play on the phrase "All Things Considered."
Yes Without My Zeke Yes Without Zeke Store.png
GREGORIAN PANTS MONASTIC CLOTHING
A play on Gregorian chants.

Season 10

Episode Business Notes
The Ring (But Not Scary) 901 Store.png
FROMAGE-INARY FRIENDS CHEESE SHOP
A play on imaginary friend.
Boys Just Wanna Have Fungus 902 Store.png
WHINE COUNTRY MARRIAGE COUNSELING
A play on Wine Country, a wine-making region in California.
Motor, She Boat 903 Store.png
PUT THE LOTION IN THE MASK-ET DAY SPA
A play on the line, "Put the [expletive deleted] lotion in the basket" from The Silence of the Lambs.
Pig Trouble in Little Tina 904 Store.png
DRAG ME TO GEL HAIR SUPPLIES
A play on the movie Drag Me to Hell.
Legends of the Mall 905 Store.png
CHI'S GOTTA HAVE IT TAI CHI STUDIO
A play on the 1986 movie and television series She's Gotta Have It.
The Hawkening: Look Who's Hawking Now! 906 Store.png
PENNY FOR YOUR TOTS DAYCARE
A play on the phrase "Penny for Your Thoughts."
Land of the Loft 908 Store.png
HANKERCHEEKS MACHINE WASHABLE TOILET PAPER
Now We're Not Cooking with Gas 907 Store.png
WITH GREAT WHISK COMES GREAT REWARD CULINARY CLASSES
A play on the Thomas Jefferson quote, "With great risk comes great reward."
All That Gene 910 Store.png
STOP IN THE NAME OF GLOVES
A play on the Supremes hit "Stop in the Name of Love."
Have Yourself a Maily Linda Christmas 909 Store.png
HEY, BIG SUSPENDER! PLUS-SIZE SUSPENDERS
A play on the song "Big Spender" from the musical Sweet Charity.
Drumforgiven 911 Store.png
THE BLOOM IS OFF THE NOSE WART REMOVAL
A play on the phrase, "The bloom is off the rose."
A Fish Called Tina 912 Store.png
PUMPIN PATCH FITNESS
Appears in episode.
Three Girls and a Little Wharfy 913 Store.png
NORTH BY KNOCKWURST SAUSAGE STORE
A play on the movie North by Northwest.
Wag the Song 914 Store.png
HANNAH AND HER TRANSISTORS ELECTRONIC PARTS
A play on the 1986 movie Hannah and Her Sisters.
Yurty Rotten Scoundrels 916 Store.png
A SMALL PRICE TOUPEE
A play on the phrase "a small price to pay."
Flat-Top o' the Morning to Ya 915 Store.png
LET'S TALK ABOUT EX, BABY Divorce Counseling
A play on the song "Let's Talk About Sex" by Salt 'n' Pepa.
Just the Trip 917 Store.png
YOU WALKIN' TO ME? PHYSICAL THERAPY
A play on the line, "You Talkin' to Me?" from the movie Taxi Driver.
Tappy Tappy Tappy Tap Tap Tap 918 Store.png
NOT SAFES FOR WORK PERSONAL SAFES
A play on the acronym NSFW meaning "Not safe for work."
The Handyman Can 919 Store.png
PURPLE VEIN VARICOSE VEIN SURGERY
A play on the Prince album and movie Purple Rain.
Poops!… I Didn't Do It Again 920 Store.png
I ONLY HAVE RAB-EYES FOR YOU RABBINICAL DATING SERVICES
A play on the song "I Only Have Eyes for You."
Local She-ro 921 Store.png
MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WOOL SEQUIN SWEATERS
A play on the phrase "Mirror, mirror on the walL" from the fairytale Snow White.
Prank You for Being a Friend 922 Store.png
HEY NOW WE'RE A ROCK STORE
A reference to the Smash Mouth song "All Star."

Season 11

Episode Business Notes
Dream a Little Bob of Bob A01 Store.png
BEND IT LKE BEDPAN MEDICAL SUPPLIES
A play on the 2002 movie, Bend It Like Beckham.
Worms of In-Rear-ment 923 Store.png
GET ON MY LAWN LAWN ORNAMENTS
A play on the phrase, "Get Off My Lawn."
Copa-Bob-bana A02 Store.png
LOU'S REEDS WIND INSTRUMENTS
A play on Velvet Underground singer Lou Reed.
Heartbreak Hotel-oween A04 Store.png
SOMEDAY BLOODY SOMEDAY GORY CALENDARS
A play on the phrase, "Sunday Bloody Sunday."
Fast Time Capsules at Wagstaff School A03 Store.png
HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEARTH? FIREPLACE REPAIR
A play on the Bee Gees song, "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?"
Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kids A05 Store.png
MY SO-CALLED KNIFE BUTTERKNIFE STORE
A play on the drama series My So-Called Life.
Diarrhea of a Poopy Kid A08 Store.png
THE ROAD LESS GRAVELED ASPHALT PAVING
A play on the M. Scott Peck book, The Road Less Traveled.
The Terminalator II: Terminals of Endearment A07 Store.png
WHERE THE SUN DON'T SHINE TANNING SALON
A reference to the phrase, "Stick it where the sun don't shine."
Mommy Boy A06 Store.png
A HOSE BY ANY OTHER NAME GARDEN SUPPLIES
A reference to the line, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Yachty or Nice A09 Store.png
WREATH OF KHAN THEMED WREATHS
A play on the movie Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Romancing the Beef A13 Store.png
OWED TO JOY PERSONAL LOANS
A play on the "Ode to Joy," a poem written by Friedrich Schiller.
Die Card, or Card Trying A10 Store.png
SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL
A play on the line, "Say Hello to my Little Friend," spoken by Tony Montana (Al Pacino) in the 1983 movie, Scarface.
An Incon-Wheelie-ent Truth A11 Store.png
GONG IN 60 SECONDS GONGS AND BELLS NO WAITING
A play on the movie Gone in 60 Seconds.
Mr. Lonely Farts A12 Store.png
LIONEL STICHY PLASTIC SURGEON
A play on singer Lionel Richie.
Sheshank Redumption A14 Store.png
HOW THE WEST WAS SPUN WOOLEN WESTERN WEAR
A play on the western movie How the West Was Won.
Y Tu Tina También A15 Store.png
YES-TARY POSITIVE NOTARY
Fingers-loose A16 Store.png
BILLY'S EYELASH ACCESSORIES
A play on singer Billie Eilish.
Some Kind of Fender Benderful A17 Store.png
WHERE THE FILED THINGS ARE FILING CABINETS
A play on Maurice Sendak book, Where the Wild Things Are.
Bridge Over Troubled Rudy A19 Store.png
POTTY LIKE ITS 1999 HIGH FLOW TOILETS
A reference to the Prince song, "1999."
Steal Magazine-olias A20 Store.png
AIN'T THAT A SHAM DECORATIVE PILLOW CASES
A play on the Fats Domino song, "Ain't That a Shame".
Tell Me Dumb Thing Good A21 Store.png
A PIMPLE PLAN ACNE SUPERSTORE
A play on the 1998 movie, A Simple Plan.
Vampire Disco Death Dance A18 Store.png
SLOPPY TOES PEDICURES
A play on the Sloppy Joe, a meat sandwich.

Season 12

Episode Business Notes
Manic Pixie Crap Show A22 Store.png
YOU'VE LOST THAT OVEN FEELIN' KITCHEN APPLIANCE REPAIR
A play on the song, "You've Lost That Lovin Feelin."
Crystal Mess B01 Store.png
CLAZY FOR YOU CERMAMICS SUPPLIES
A play on Crazy for You which could be refering to a few works.
The Pumpkinening B02 Store.png
COLOR ME DEAD PAINT YOUR OWN TOMBSTONE
A play on R&B group Color Me Badd.
Driving Big Dummy B03 Store.png
TALCUM IN THE MIDDLE POWDERS AND LOTIONS FOR DOWN THERE
A play on the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.
Seven-tween Again B04 Store.png
IT HAD TO BE EWE WOOL CLOTHING
A play on the popular song, "It Had to Be You."
Beach, Please B05 Store.png
SIPS OF THE FATHER SIPPY CUPS FOR MEN
A play on the bible quote, "Sins of the Father."
Loft in Bedslation B08 Store.png
WHITE PAINT CAN'T DUMP PAINT RECYCLING CENTER
A play on the movie, White Men Can't Jump.
Stuck in the Kitchen with You B06 Store.png
STUFF IT STUFFING SUPERSTORE
FOMO You Didn't B09 Store.png
THAT'S WHAT SHOE SAID SHOE STORE
A play on the phrase "That's what she said."
Gene's Christmas Break B07 Store.png
IT'S A WONDERFUL KNIFE KNIFE STORE
A play on the 1947 Christmas movie, It's a Wonderful Life.
Touch of Eval(uations) B10 Store.png
REMEMERANCE OF DINGS PAST FURNITURE REPAIR
A play on Remembrance of Things Past, a common English language translated title of Marcel Proust's 1913 novel À la recherche du temps perdu.
Ferry on My Wayward Bob and Linda B13 Store.png
WHERE DO BROKEN HARPS GO HARP REPAIR
A play on the song, "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" by Whitney Houston.
Frigate Me Knot B12 Store.png
I WANNA SPECS YOU UP OPTICIANS
A play on the song, "I Wanna Sex You Up" by Color Me Badd.
Video Killed the Gene-io Star B11 Store.png
UNDER THE TUSCAN SPONGE ITALIAN CLEANING PRODUCTS
A play on the 2003 movie Under the Tuscan Sun.
Ancient Misbehavin' B14 Store.png
MY LITTLE POKEY ACUPUNCTURE
A play on the My Little Pony franchise.
Interview with a Pop-pop-pire B15 Store.png
MY KNIVES ARE UP HERE KNIFE BLOCKS
A play on the phrase "My eyes are up here."
The Spider House Rules B16 Store.png
TAKES ONE TO MOW ONE LANDSCAPING SUPPLIES
A play on the phrase "Takes one to know one."
Clear and Present Ginger B17 Store.png
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GOWN SPORTY FORMAL WEAR
A play on the song, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," traditionally sung at baseball games.
A-Sprout a Boy B18 Store.png
STEER-IOUSLY? DRIVING SCHOOL
Sauce Side Story B21 Store.png
SAVED BY THE YELL SCREAM THERAPY
A play on the sitcom, Saved by the Bell.

Trivia

  • A vacant, stylized version of this storefront is featured in the Archer season 4 premiere, "Fugue and Riffs."
  • Usually after the opening credits, the store, if seen, would be vacant in the episode.
  • However, in "Uncle Teddy" Bob mentions the store, then called "CARL'S PRE-OWNED INDOOR OUTHOUSES".
  • And in "Burger War" the store called "ROCKY REFUGE" was brought up when Mr. Fischoeder says "I rent to a Raccoon Sanctuary" and Bob replies "I've been meaning to talk to you about that"
  • While in "Nightmare on Ocean Avenue Street" the store, then called THOSE WHO CAN, DLE CANDLES", was featured throughout the episode. As well as having the inside of the store shown, which happens very rarely.
    • The store was again featured in "A Fish Called Tina" as a gym called "PUMPING PATCH FITTNESS"
    • It was also previously used in "Sacred Cow" as the place where Randy was staying while filming his documentary. The storefront (then vacant) was used as an editing bay.
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