Animated sitcom Bob’s Burgers is still going strong; these are the best episodes of every season so far.
Fox’s Bob’s Burgers has been going strong since the show’s premiere in 2011. Since then, the series has given audiences almost 200 episodes, and things aren’t slowing down yet.
The eleventh season is set to premiere in September of 2020, and the upcoming episodes have some pretty big shoes to fill. Bob’s Burgers is known for getting above-average scores on IMDb, and viewers are excited to see which new stories will join the fan favorites.
Season 1: Episode 6 Sheesh! Cab, Bob? – 8.4
Turning thirteen is a pretty big deal, and it’s an important milestone in any young girl’s life, Tina Belcher included. Tina has elaborate plans for her party, which include special effects machinery, fancy decorations, and hopefully some one-on-one time with her crush, Jimmy Jr. She’s even been gifted Louise’s assistance as kissing coach in preparation for the event.
Bob worries that he will not have enough money to spend on Tina’s extravagant party, but with the help of his landlord, he lands a second job as a taxi cab driver. While he’s ready to earn some extra money for his daughter, nothing prepares him for the patrons he has to drive around.
Season 2: Episode 2 Bob Day Afternoon – 8.6
It’s a regular day for Bob and the crew, until the bank across the street from the burger joint gets robbed. Luckily Bob had just left, but he still manages to accidentally get himself involved when the police decide to station their headquarters in Bob’s restaurant to try and stop the robbery.
Bob also gets ordered to serve burgers at the bank, which is surrounded with crowds of people, including media personnel. He decides to use this to his advantage, taking it as an opportunity to promote his business. Once inside, Bob gets a little sidetracked as he becomes even more involved in the heist.
Season 3: Episode 21 Boyz 4 Now – 8.6
Tina and Louise are all set for the Boyz 4 Now concert, much to Louise’s dismay, but then plans get derailed when Aunt Gayle is unable to take them. Louise decides to help get Tina to the concert anyway, even though Louise is originally thrilled to not have to go.
Once at the concert, Louise finds herself suddenly a victim of love at first sight when she sees one of the band members, Boo Boo, remove his helmet. She tries to snap herself out of it in the bathroom, but she can’t help herself because she is falling in love.
Season 4: Episode 5 Turkey In A Can – 8.4
It’s Thanksgiving for the Belchers, and everyone has plans for the big day. Bob wants to give the turkey a special three-day brine, but someone keeps putting it in the toilet while everyone is sleeping. Gene wants to write a “Thanksgiving carol,” and he enlists the help of his mother to compose it. Tina thinks that it’s finally the year she should sit at the grown-ups table, and she decides to begin dressing older to convince her parents to agree to the seat change. This episode ties for the top spot with final episode of the season, “World Wharf II: The Wharfening.”
Season 5: Episode 9 Housetrap – 8.7
Teddy tells the Belchers that he occasionally works as a maintenance man on a house belonging to a woman named Helen. Linda offers to come help move the outdoor furniture inside so that it doesn’t get ruined in the upcoming storm, so she and the family head to Craggy Neck to assist.
The family welcomes themselves inside and explores the house, and after learning from Teddy that Helen’s husband Larry died, Linda becomes obsessed with a theory that Helen actually killed Larry. Linda comes face to face with the conspiracy when Helen shows up at the house, and she’s just as cryptic as Linda imagined. Episode 21, “The Oeder Games,” also had an 8.7 score.
Season 6: Episode 3 The Hauntening – 9.1
Bob and Linda are planning to take the kids to a haunted house that the parents set up, but Louise claims she has never been scared before in her life, unlike her siblings, who are scared of everything. The haunted house isn’t going quite as planned, but after a flat tire keeps them from leaving, the house begins playing tricks of its own, making strange noises, suddenly going dark, and even cutting the phone line. Not only that, but it appears that the family has discovered a ghost.
Season 7: Episode 9 Bob Actually – 8.5
Bob has not gotten a Valentine’s gift for Linda, but he and Teddy have an idea. They are taking hip hop classes and choreograph a performance for Linda. A boy named Rudy asks Louise to deliver a bouquet of flowers to a girl named Chloe, but Louise discovers that Chloe doesn’t actually like Rudy back and is just using him for test answers.
After confronting Chloe, Louise delivers the news to Rudy and then gives him a kiss. Tina was hoping to get a kiss of her own, more specifically, a “sky kiss,” with Jimmy Jr. on the trampoline, but she unfortunately has diarrhea. She plans to wear stilts so that she can be the same height as Jimmy when he jumps on the trampoline.
Season 8: Episode 8 V For Valentine-detta – 8.3
It’s Valentine’s Day once again, but it’s off to a terrible start. Jimmy Jr. has chosen today to break up with Tina, and then he puts a picture of himself and the girl he asked out in the special frame that Tina made for him.
In attempts to heal Tina’s aching heart, Louise and Linda, along with Tina, get dressed up for a fancy night out. It begins with a limo ride, and they hope that it will end with sabotaging Jimmy Jr.’s date with Becky at the Tiramisu Warehouse.
Season 9: Episode 2 The Taking Of Funtime One Two Three – 8.5
Tina, Louise, and Gene are hoping to win a dune buggy at Family Funtime, the local arcade, but it costs thousands of tickets. Louise is thrilled when Mr. Fischoeder gives her a helpful tip to score big on one of her favorite games, but the arcade manager shuts down the game after Louise wins too many tickets. Mr Fischoeder takes the kids to a secret arcade, where he helps them and their friends train to master the games and get around the arcade workers so that they can win the ten thousand tickets needed for the grand prize.
Season 10: Episode 8 Now We’re Not Cooking With Gas – 8.2
Thanksgiving has rolled back around, and Bob is still determined to cook the perfect turkey. This year, he has bought a special turkey after being on a wait list for years, so it seems like this Thanksgiving might be the best one yet.
Unfortunately, the gas is out on the entire street, leaving Bob to come up with a plan B. He decides to go against the fire department and create a makeshift roasting station outside in order to save his turkey and the family’s Thanksgiving. From there it’s a race to see who will win, Bob or the circumstances that keep interfering with the cooking process.