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.
Bob’s plan to surprise Linda for their anniversary gets tricky when the kids become involved.
Bob and Gene try to acquire a rare mushroom for a Burger of the Day. Tina thinks her new prescription glasses have given her a superpower.
Bob and Tina participate in a father-daughter cardboard boat race. Linda takes Gene and Louise to a fire station open house.
Things get spooky when Tina dissects a fetal pig in science class. Bob and Linda battle a giant ball of earwax.
On a Belcher family trip to the mall, Tina is mistaken for a sleeping boy's girlfriend; Gene and Louise are turned loose on motorized animals; Linda disrupts a book reading; Bob struggles to shop for acceptable pants.
Bob and Louise are riding high, hosting an exclusive screening of a Hawk & Chick movie at the restaurant, until the actor who plays Hawk throws a wrench into the works, for his own mysterious reasons.
Bob and Linda attend a loft party on a stormy night while the kids challenge their babysitter and face the storm in an ice cream truck.
Bob is willing to do whatever it takes to cook a rare, heritage turkey when the gas goes out on Thanksgiving.
Gene auditions for a small role in a local theater production, but things backfire when he discovers that Linda actually bargained with the director to get Gene the part.
Linda works a temp job at the post office to make extra money for the holidays. But when an important package goes undelivered, Linda breaks protocol and takes it upon herself to save the day. Meanwhile, Bob and Tina are trapped at home with Linda’s fussy family and Gene and Louise scramble last-minute to find the perfect gift for Tina.
Gene gets kicked out of the Ocean Avenue Hifi Emporium, but Louise takes matters into her own hands to defend Gene's honor.
Tina tries too hard to be a perfect mentor; Bob and Linda visit the gym next door.
In spite of her skepticism, Louise joins the search for a mythic sea monster. Bob takes a famous chef’s online master class.
Tina competes with Gene and Louise to write a new school song for Wagstaff. Jimmy Pesto’s new steel awning creates a blinding glare for Bob and Linda.
Linda goes to Gayle’s artists’ workshop in a yurt. Louise and Gene search for a lost cat to collect a cash reward.
Bob and the kids help a down-on-his-luck restaurant owner while Linda and Teddy celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
The Belchers go on a road trip with Nat the limo driver.
Tina suspects sabotage when Josh gets injured on-stage in a tap show.
The Belcher kids try to help Teddy when he doubts his abilities as a handyman.
Louise must confront her fear of pooping in public on an overnight school trip to the aquarium. Linda enlists the rest of the family to make a video for her parents’ anniversary.
Linda ends up on the trail of a legendary local singer while showing Tina what's great about their town; Teddy asks Bob for help arguing with a sports radio host.
A classmate comes to Louise for lessons in how to get in trouble; Bob reluctantly agrees to bring Jimmy Pesto his hernia medication.