The Silence of the Louise
Bob's Burgers follows a third-generation restaurateur, Bob, as he runs Bob's Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids. Bob and his quirky family have big ideas about burgers, but fall short on service and sophistication. Despite the greasy counters, lousy location and a dearth of customers, Bob and his family are determined to make Bob's Burgers "grand re-re-re-opening" a success.
To compete with Jimmy Pesto, Bob's Burgers begins serving brunch, but it quickly turns to chaos. Meanwhile, Tina, Gene and Louise decide to help Mr. Fischoeder's brother hide from him.
When Mr. Frond's therapy dolls are mysteriously attacked, Louise teams up with Millie to help solve the case. Meanwhile, Teddy decides to get into the inspirational poster business, but ends up with mixed results.
On Halloween night, Linda tries to impress the kids by taking them to look for a wolf that has been terrorizing the town. Meanwhile, an injured and medicated Bob believes that Teddy has turned into a werewolf.
When Tina launches a babysitting enterprise, it is quickly derailed after her business nemesis, Tammy, is hired to work alongside her. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda check out their competition at a restaurant that’s known for its burgers.
The Belchers reluctantly agree to help Teddy when his family unexpectedly tells him that they will be coming to see him on Thanksgiving.
Linda hopes to add some extra cheer around the neighborhood by hosting a party at the restaurant.
Linda is determined to host a party at the restaurant, in an effort to spread a little extra cheer around the neighborhood. But when she realizes that her prized ornaments have been stolen, she quickly begins questioning all guests, including Marshmallow's friend Art the Artist.
After a rough break up on Valentine's Day, the Belcher women have a limo girls' night out to make Tina feel better. Meanwhile, Bob and Gene have a trapeze experience that brings them closer.
When a new playground game is introduced, the school's social hierarchy is turned upside-down and Gene disapproves. Meanwhile, Linda fills in for the local library storyteller and pulls out all the stops to perfect her storyteller persona.
When the kids are given the task of making homemade gifts for their grandma's birthday, they set out to find a secret room filled with homemade ceramics which, according to urban legend, has been boarded up for years at their school. Meanwhile, Teddy starts a phone repair service and the adults become determined to improve his online rating.
Tina allows Tammy to spend Spring Break with the Belchers - and even plays Cupid, setting up Tammy with Brett, a boy from out of town. Then, Gene and Bob enlist the help of Dr. Yap in finding a replacement baby tooth to complete Linda's collection, after Gene loses his own.
After forgetting that they signed up Louise for a soccer league, the Belchers must help her prepare to play in the season's last game. With Bob coaching the soccer game, Linda and Gene seize the opportunity to turn the restaurant into a piano bar.
Gene gets invited to his first sleepover and is nervous about it, and when things don't go as planned, he realizes he had a right to be. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda record themselves while sleeping to prove who snores more.
Bob and Linda's double-date plans take a disastrous turn when the couples find themselves trapped inside an Escape Room. Meanwhile, with the parents out of the house, Louise hosts a zombie-movie night, but when the zombies turn out to be too scary, Tina must take charge.
The Belcher kids go to Outdoor Education only to have it rain, but Tina doesn't let the inclement weather get in the way of her having a nature-piphany, with the help of a hermit living in the woods. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda experience what it's like to be empty-nesters.
After forgetting Bob's birthday, Linda and the kids attempt to plan a last-minute surprise party. In order to plan the party though, Linda asks Hugo if Bob can go with him while he's doing restaurant health inspections.
Tina decides to join the Junior Lifeguards, but when she struggles with the training, one of her fellow junior guards, Parker, tries to convince her to quit. Meanwhile, business booms when Bob and Linda offer free wi-fi at the restaurant, but it is soon threatened by a cyber-attack.
When a malicious juice truck owner tries to set up shop in the Belcher's alley, Louise devises a plan to win back their turf. Meanwhile, Linda learns that she can't always run to her sister's defense.
The Belchers attend open houses for the free food, per Linda's "momnipotent" Mother's Day request. When Linda meets a charming real estate agent and agrees to a private showing, the kids stumble upon an unexpected surprise and the family ends up at the helm of a real estate scheme.
When Louise's extensive Burobu card collection gets confiscated at school, she devises a tricky plan to get them back. Meanwhile, Bob must give a eulogy for an old acquaintance, despite an unfortunate incident that happened years ago.
Just as Bob wonders if working in the restaurant business is worth it, a couple who fell in love at the restaurant asks the Belchers to cater their wedding. When things don't go as planned, Linda tries to save the day.