To gain membership in the Community Garden, Bob makes a deal that requires him to give Louise's enemy a job at the restaurant, putting father and daughter at odds.
Tina will do whatever it takes, including enlisting Gene and Louise, in her campaign to secure a much-coveted and powerful hall-monitor promotion. Meanwhile, Linda decorates the restaurant walls with napkin artwork drawn by customers.moreless
When Bob learns that his burgers have contributed to Teddy's health issues, he decides to become his workout buddy and the two sign up for stuntman boot camp, which puts a strain on their friendship. Meanwhile, the kids put down an ice rink in the freezer, and Linda takes charge of their underground ice-wrestling league.moreless
Lisa and Malik's wedding is boycotted by his family, so he asks George to walk him down the aisle. Meanwhile, June warns Tessa to stay away from Ryan; and Sheila passes on some advice to her daughter on her big day.moreless
While the Monarch and his wife attempt to destroy the Venture compound once and for all, the Monarch learns a startling secret about his past. Meanwhile, Twenty-One tries to create a new SPHINX... and inadvertently recruits the members of the old SPHINX.moreless
Linda gets a part time job at a grocery store which leaves Bob short-handed at the restaurant.
When Bob's present to Linda for Valentine's Day, a heart-shaped pancake, doesn't work too well, the kids convince him to let them skip school to help him find a good present for her. Meanwhile, Linda sets up speed-dating in the restaurant.moreless
You'll never guess what Bob finds in the storage unit he just inherited. Family heirlooms? Nope. A bunch of junk? Nope. Amelia Earhart? Nope. Give up? It's the one and only Chet; a man who believes he used to be a mannequin. I told you you'd never guess it.moreless
Since the Belcher kids decide to go trick-or-treating by themselves, Bob and Linda reluctantly agree to attend Teddy's Halloween-themed 'Black and Orange' party.
Bob thinks the restaurant's days are numbered after the Moody Foodie, a particularly surly reviewer, gives them a horrible review.
Tim gets in trouble at a birthday party when he implies that chiropractors are not doctors. & There is a disaster at Omnicorp that requires Tim to be the spokesman.
Tim's fashion is the center of everyone's attention but his actions lead to more problems for OmniCorp. & Tim becomes the voice of reason when his friend the priest gets caught up in gambling.moreless
An unemployed Tim goes back to his teenage job as a caddy. & Desparate to appear employed, Tim claims he is a sausage salesman.