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Bob's Burgers

Season 2 Episode 6

Dr. Yap

Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Apr 29, 2012 on FOX
out of 10
User Rating
32 votes

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Episode Summary


Thinking it's Linda, Bob accidentally kisses her sister, Gayle and now Gayle believes she and Bob are having an affair. The only way to end it is to get her interested in somebody else. Enter Dr. Yap, the Belcher's dentist, and hopefully, Gayle's next love interest and Bob's savior.


Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • bob's burgers dr yap

    this was a very funny episode no bits in it bored me i loved the bit in the dentist that was very funny and the whole thing with gene and louise and the gobstopper that was very good especially when they were stuffing snow down their pants and the way linda's sister gayle tried to get it on with bob was just crazy in a funny way then linda finds them and punches bob in the cheek where he got a loose tooth that was hillarious very funny episode i give it a 10moreless
  • Another episode without a perfect score

    While Bob is medicated, he mistakes Gayle for his wife and kisses her. After she falls for him, Bob seeks help from his dentist, Dr. Yap. I thought this was a great episode, a little improvement over Food Truckin.. This time, I'm not gonna list all the funny parts. Just some LOL moments. Not parts that made me laugh a little. Parts I LOL'd at were the kids having a bet (and Louise won the bet), Bob thinking Gayle is Linda, Gene making another bet (by telling Teddy something and then he won), the montage (with the singing), Bob going through the snowman, Tina talking to Dr. Yap, ("When I first saw you. I fell for you, We just could be friends.") and that's maybe it. Overall, a great episode. 8/10moreless
Wendy Molyneux

Wendy Molyneux

Dental Hygienist

Guest Star

Megan Mullally

Megan Mullally


Guest Star

Rob Huebel

Rob Huebel

The Prince

Guest Star

Larry Murphy

Larry Murphy


Recurring Role

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