Bob’s Burgers was developed by Bouchard. But today, the famous animated series is owned by the Walt Disney Company (20th Century Studios). With that being said, Bob’s Burgers has become a family favorite with around a million tuning in every week. And now that The Bob’s Burgers Movie is going to hit the theaters, here’s a list of every episode that one should watch before walking into the theater this Friday –
Bob Day Afternoon
It’s truly hard to imagine that an episode of Bob’s Burgers could wow fans so much. After all, this is one of the most consistently funny television shows. But “Bob Day Afternoon” succeeds in thrilling ways. The perfectly executed hostage situation at the First Oceanside Savings Bank by criminally friendly guy Mickey (Bill Hader) takes hold from opening frame to closing credits, and Bob’s Burgers really delivers the goods this time around – in fact it might be their best work yet on multiple fronts.
Two For Tina
In the aptly named “Two for Tina”, Tina Belcher is forced to choose between competing love interests. Although her relationship with Jimmy Jr (voiced by Benjamin) has remained the primary focus of the series run, this episode showed that she had real feelings for Josh (voiced by Schwartz).
Harley, Jodi, Abby, and Jessica are on their way to another slumber party. This time they’re being hosted by Louise Belcher’s slightly bigger-than-them friend Linda. During snack time, an unfortunate question arises— Will El Diablo overthrow Little King Trashmouth? The discussion soon leads everyone into a feisty debate that makes this already rowdy group of girls turn up their voices even louder.
Itty Bitty Ditty Committee
While Bob’s Burgers has had its fair share of heavy moments, “Itty Bitty Ditty Committee” may be the first episode in which the children are directly confronted by the fact that they’re thought to be a little too loud. There doesn’t really seem to be an exact explanation for why Gene is being suddenly shunned by his fellow band members. But seeing him struggle with this harsh reality definitely hits close to home for many children who have been made to feel like outcasts for one reason or another.
The Oeder Games
It’s somewhat fitting that the founders of a burger restaurant empire from their humble beginnings with a small food cart would climb to untold financial heights. Though the Belcher family’s luxurious home is certainly opulent, fans may be surprised by the stark differences between it and its design in “The Oeder Games”. Instead of showcasing modern interior decoration choices, viewers are met by a wallpapered yet also vividly-colored foyer which opens up into a candlelit sitting room featuring the architectural work of the Oeder estate.
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