Bob's Burgers

Season 3 Episode 17

Two for Tina

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Mar 17, 2013 on FOX
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The upcoming school dance gets complicated when Tina is forced to choose between Jimmy Jr and newcomer Josh.

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      • Linda: This is gonna be the biggest, glitziest, Bobbiest school dance ever. And if there's a 'Chaperone King', it's gonna be youuuu.
        Bob: There's no such thing as 'Chaperone King'.
        Linda: Well, there wasn't a 'Raccoon King' in our alley until I went out there and picked my favorite one. His name's 'Little King Trashmouth'.

      • Louise: Remember, Tina, 'a nerd in the hand is worth...' not really that much, actually. Never mind.

      • Tina: (dancing) Just think of me as your Nutcracker. Sorry; that's the only ballet I know.
        Josh: How about 'The Lipcracker'?
        Tina: Is that a real ballet or are you asking me to kiss?
        Josh: (starts to lean in)
        Both.

      • Tina: (arriving at the dance) I like this song.

        Josh: So do I.

        Tina: Maybe we could like it on the dance floor..?

      • Linda: C'mon, Bob; Tina waited a long time to get to the buffet. Let her pig out.

      • Gene: Walk home with us, Tina! There's just something about your smell that keeps the mean dogs away!

      • Louise: Two boys like Tina at once? And one of them isn't even made out of papier maché like Roberto was? Whatever happened to Roberto? Did you try to take a shower with him?
        Tina: Yeaaaah.
        Gene: Mayyyyybe.

      • (the family is trying to convince Tina that she should go with Josh to the dance because he gave a definite yes)
        Tina: I guess you're right; but, I've logged over 3,000 fantasy hours in my relationship with Jimmy Jr. You don't just throw that away.

      • Bob: (on Linda's plan to make him have a great time at the dance)
        There's no such thing as a 'Chaperone King'.
        Linda: Psht. There was no such thing as 'Raccoon King' until I went out into our alley and picked a favorite.

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