Buy it Now: Bob’s Burgers Season 6
Of course, Bob being stuck to the toilet doesn¡¯t stay secret long as Gene mistakenly tells Jimmy Pesto, who turns around and tells everyone within a vicinity of the restaurant, drawing the attention of many locals and the local news, blowing the situation to a point far beyond a funny prank that could only occur in Bob¡¯s Burger¡¯s surreality. In 2002, South Park started Year Six with a riff on product endorsement that spins wildly out of control because the word ¡°aides¡± is a homonym. In 2010, Futurama began its official sixth season after a seven-year absence from broadcast. This Sunday in 2015, Bob¡¯s Burgers begins its sixth season with an episode in which Bob¡¯s moustache hair is falling out. Meanwhile, Gene and Courtney’s previous relationship causes problems at school; Though the episode¡¯s framework and name come from the movie Sliding Doors, the premiere saves its most direct adaptation of the ¡¯98 Gwyneth Paltrow vehicle for last. Jon Benjamin¡¯s voice, which is true of most any writing). Altogether season 6 of Bob¡¯s Burgers maintained the balance of comedy and heart that has made the series so popular among fans. The three tales provide an excellent showcase for the Belcher family as a whole, with Bob and Linda frequently interrupting the story to give notes on how they¡¯re being portrayed.
Like many episodes of Bob¡¯s Burgers, the premise of ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob? Science, pop culture, and social mores are the inexhaustible wells from which many of the longest running animated shows draw from, but Bob¡¯s Burgers works because of something much more difficult to refine: characters. The stories told each episode are often small, but the personalities wrapped up in them are big, boisterous, and endearing. Instead of needing to bounce between plot points and situations to keep the pace moving, Bob¡¯s Burgers will take two, three, even four cracks at the same setup, because every character is good for a punchline ¨C edgewise is the only way the Belchers know how to live. Certainly, it may only be the bad luck of Bob Belcher to suffer from ¡°panic poops¡± on the day of the interview, which is also the day the employee bathroom is clogged with Gene¡¯s stuffed animals and the kids are in the middle of a goop pranking war ¨C a war being waged at least in part by Louise, who will use any goopy substance at her disposal without checking first to see what it is. Just as important is how the quantity of jokes in Bob¡¯s Burgers reveals the singularity of the characters delivering them. When the size of Bob¡¯s bald spot is described as ¡°exactly the size of the lid of a mayonnaise jar¡± by Tina, or ¡°a tiny crop circle¡± by Gene, that¡¯s not just two jokes for the price of one, but also another brief glimpse inside the minds of the two eldest Belcher children. As a result, Bob¡¯s Burgers is featured in the next issue of Coasters as an undiscovered gem ¨C though an accompanying photo of Bob on the toilet is run with the story. Like that standout entry, and last season¡¯s ¡°The Gayle Tales,¡± the Season 6 premiere, ¡°Sliding Bobs,¡± lets the kids run the show by having them put their own spin on the same story. This time, the ¡°what if¡± scenario concerns how things might have played out if Bob didn¡¯t have his thick, broom head mustache on him the night he first met Linda. The most enduring of those aforementioned programs gave us the phrase ¡°steamed hams¡± to describe a burger, but the pun-loving Bob¡¯s Burgers owes its charms to another bad nickname for beef patties: small steaks (it helps to read that in H. And Tina, the romantic of the bunch, believes fate will always put her parents together, because what¡¯s more powerful than a force that rhymes with ¡°great¡±?¡¯ ¨C written by Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu and directed by Bernard Derriman ¨C is a perfect example of the show at its best, complete with a musical number performed by the two characters at the episode¡¯s focus, Bob and Louise. Even if it¡¯s a coincidence that this history get filled in the same night that the pilot be remade in one of the stories, ¡°Sliding Bobs¡± is both a laugh out loud funny premiere, and an unexpectedly sweet reminder of how rare it is that TV forces allow a show this particular to exist as long as it has. A larger chronology of references develops that covers everything from Robocop to Big to The Sister Act, and who picks what movie elevates the references to more than just pop culture shorthand. When each episode begins, chances are things will be as dead quiet as Bob¡¯s restaurant.
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But, the efforts are all for naught when the interviewer, Newton (guest star Rob Huebel) and his photographer Cory (guest star Keegan-Michael Key), arrive and disparage Bob, the restaurant, and his family. Louise loves anarchy and irony, so why wouldn¡¯t her take involve a disastrous wish?¡¯ features a musical number sung as a duet between Bob and Louise in the middle of the episode, while Bob is waiting to be saved from the toilet by Teddy ¨C who rushes out of his therapy session in order to rescue his best friend ¨C and Louise, who is struggling with her role in the prank that went horribly wrong. It¡¯s exciting to watch those characters evolve as their creators take them in new directions, but then all the more frustrating when that development is forgotten the next week. However, in an attempt to help Bob be ready for the Coasters interview, Linda calls Teddy to rescue Bob and Gretchen to get his hair done for the photos. All in all, ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob? Louise, who set a trap for Gene using a jar of unknown goop from the basement ¨C which turns out to be Teddy¡¯s special-made sticky spackling paste ¨C tries to deny her culpability in ruining her father¡¯s interview. But, Bob¡¯s Burgers largely excels at weaving the antics of the Belchers (which range from slightly ludicrous to outright unbelievable) with the heart of a family that loves each other, helping to ground the show in a compelling emotional reality even while their antics cross over into surreality. Certainly, given the overall quality of Bob¡¯s Burgers throughout season 6, it¡¯s understandable why FOX would give the show a green light for both a seventh and eighth season. Six years in, and hair loss is the only jumping off point Bob¡¯s Burgers needs to continue its run of understated brilliance and exuberant comedy. Though season 6 of Bob¡¯s Burgers may be a couple episodes shorter than previous seasons, fans can at least rest assured that the Belchers will be back for plenty more antics in the next two years. Elsewhere, Bob worries that losing his mustache could jeopardize his relationship with Linda and is let down when badly placed port-a-potties prevent him from building the business during a town festival. Season 6 includes voice cameos by Steve Buscemi, Henry Winkler, Zach Galifianakis and Sarah Silverman.
Bob Belcher and his family ¨C consisting of mom Linda, eldest daughter Tina, son Gene, and youngest daughter Louise ¨C have gotten into plenty of hijinks over the years at their mom and pop burger joint. Tina volunteers in the field of nursing, but it doesn’t quite go as she’d hoped; The season 6 finale of Bob¡¯s Burgers, ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob? Gene¡¯s a dramatist with a short attention span, so of course his version would resemble an action movie. In ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob? When Bob has a stress-induced outburst that seemingly drives the Coasters journalist away, though, Louise steps in and takes the blame for the prank that led to the entire crazy day, giving an inspirational speech full of heart that manages to win over Newton and inspire Bob to free himself from the toilet.¡¯ is an excellent cap to a season of Bob¡¯s Burgers as well as its milestone 100th episode (though, that¡¯s according to production codes, while it¡¯s the 107th episode to have aired). In Season 6 of the animated comedy “Bob’s Burgers,” Linda comes up with a new plan to make the Belcher family rich; So what exactly has kept Bob¡¯s Burgers among TV¡¯s funniest sitcoms for nearly 100 episodes?¡¯ is one of the most effective numbers in the show so far. Rather than being repetitive, the open mic approach gives the most mundane conversations livewire energy right out of screwball comedies, with gags flying as fast as the indelible voice cast can rattle them off.
Additionally, ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob?In 1994, The Simpsons began its sixth season with an ode to childhood summers that doubled as a Rear Window parody. Bob¡¯s Burgers and the Belchers may be static, but characters you love don¡¯t have to change, they just have to become richer. And for longtime fans of Bob¡¯s Burgers, finding out how Bob and Linda first met makes for a nice little milestone.¡¯ the kids are in the middle of a prank war consisting entirely of ¡°goop¡± pranks, which basically boils down to tricking a fellow family member to touch some sort of goopy substance whether it¡¯s grape jelly on the restaurant phone or guacamole in someone¡¯s shoe. It wasn¡¯t until Season 4¡¯s ¡°The Frond Files¡± that the show totally embraced the skewed imaginations of the Belcher kids, letting them each commandeer a segment in an anthology episode. The big musical number is about their hopes that the situation will turn out well, even as all signs point to the opposite, and offers an exceptional use of music in the episode to anchor the emotional arcs of both Bob and Louise.¡¯ ends with Bob getting the last laugh on his children by gooping them in an extremely satisfying conclusion to the prank war. Still, the episode truly takes off after Bob is glued to the toilet and his family attempt to keep it secret, even as friends and Jimmy Pesto enter the restaurant looking for him.
The last couple of years in animation have seen a groundswell of support around darker comedies like Rick & Morty and BoJack Horseman, two fantastic series that use continuity to pack an extra emotional punch. ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob? Bob¡¯s Burgers, may employ music on a regular basis, but the song in ¡®Glued, Where¡¯s My Bob?¡¯ has just enough roots in the goings on of a typical family with the prank war that the quick escalation to Bob being glued to a toilet without a removable toilet seat (remember: it¡¯s the Swiss toilet put in by Felix Fischoeder in the season 4 episode ¡®Ambergris¡¯) seems plausible. It¡¯s not just the mirth and warmth of Bob¡¯s Burgers that make it the last great traditional animated sitcom: it¡¯s the company. However, the pranking war goes awry when famed restauranteur Skip Marooch (guest star Kumail Nanjiani) calls to tell Bob that a journalist from Coasters magazine is going to visit Bob¡¯s Burgers to do a profile on the restaurant for their undiscovered gems section, and Bob is accidentally glued to the toilet. The coastal town where the Belcher quintet lives doesn¡¯t get swept up in fads or political movements, and the celebrities the family encounters are usually either local oddballs, or foreign film stars 30 years past their prime. and Louise enters a contest to help Tina meet her idol. and Louise takes matters into her own hands when Gayle reveals her new boyfriend to the family.