Bob's Burgers

Season 1 Episode 4

Sexy Dance Fighting

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 13, 2011 on FOX
7.6
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Bob is left in charge of the kids and the restaurant while Tina takes a martial arts class.

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  • Improvement over the last couple episodes

    9.0
    Bob is left in charge of the kids and the restaurant while Tina takes a martial arts class. I thought this was a superb episode. It is a huge improvement over the previous ones. Of course, there were still dragged parts, so that was actually my only problem here. The characters thankfully, weren't annoying here which is another good thing. The martial arts plot was excellent but it is the not the best one here. (You'll see a perfect review of this show's episode in like a few days) There were some hilarious parts as well. Overall, a superb episode. 9/10moreless
  • Original Plot, Blandly Told

    5.0
    I will give them kudos' for some of the original material in this episode's plot, but overall it was a very dull episode, with very little drive. Tina, the teen in the family, decides she wants to learn a Brazilian martial arts, but in an episode that started with her as the focus, she is forgotten and it turns to Bob when he confronts the martial arts master. After an embarrassing display against the master, Bob takes out his anger on his daughters love for the master and the martial arts. In the episode he comes to realize he can't hold on to his daughter forever in a rather vague way through the poor and boring storyline. Overall, it was just there. Not memorable, but not horrible. It wasn't that entertaining either, with the rather cheap animation. Not a great episode for the series.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

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    • Crew Additions and Clarifications: Joel Kuwahara (Animation Executive Producer), Scott Greenberg (Animation Executive Producer), Mark McJimsey (Animation Executive Producer)
      Bill Buckendorf (Assistant Dialogue Editor)
      John Dylan Keith (Sound Design)
      Devin McJimsey (Retake Coordinator)
      Carder Scholin (Script Breakdown)
      Dave Creek (Lead Character Design)
      Devin Roth (Character Design), Jay Howell (Character Design), Loren Bouchard (Character Design)
      Tyler Gentry (Lead Prop Design)
      Rustam Bekmuradov (Background Design), Ed Ghertner (Background Design), Phil Hayes (Background Design), Scott Moot (Background Design), Liza Epps (Background Design)
      Mike Guerena (Color Key), Rozalina Tchouchev (Color Key)
      Randy Ludensky (Animation Timing)
      Leslie Chang (Storyboard Revisionist), Kyung Shin (Storyboard Revisionist), Rocket Ekers (Storyboard Revisionist), Jiwook Kim (Storyboard Revisionist)
      Wes Archer (Retake Artist), Jennifer Coyle (Retake Artist), Tad Stones (Retake Artist)
      Sirron Norris (Original Background Design)
      Nora Smith (Main Titles), Rustam Bekmuradov (Main Titles)
      Mike Benner (Executive Assistant to Bouchard & Dauterive)
      Brett Coker (Office Coordinator), Lizzie Semmer (Office Coordinator)
      Landon McCool (Harmony Administrator), Darwin Oriando (Harmony Administrator)

    • This episode was rated:


      TV-14: strong suggestive dialogue (D), moderate offensive language (L), moderate sexual content (S), and moderate graphic violence (V).

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