Bob's Burgers (2011– )
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Burgerboss 

Bob becomes a gamer.

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Tina Belcher (voice)
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Gene Belcher (voice)
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Louise Belcher (voice)
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Darryl (voice)
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Tyler / Tyler's Father (voice)
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Jimmy Pesto (voice)
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Teddy / Bouncer / Waiter / Tyler's Friend (voice)
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Security Guard (voice)
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Storyline

The video arcade company places a game called "Burgerboss" in the restaurant; Bob was a champion in high school, and he is confident in his skills. Jimmy Pesto gets the high score and signs his winning round "BOB SUX." Bob cannot allow the insult to pass so he plays obsessively until Linda asks the company to pick up Burgerboss. Bob tracks it down to Family Funtime, but he cannot enter without children. Bob tells Linda he and the kids are taking sailing lessons as a surprise for her. Soon, Bob and kids are fixtures at Family Funtime; the kids are crashing 5-6 birthday parties per day and OD-ing on cake, ice cream and pizza. With the help of his nerdy new pal, Darryl, Bob is on his way to a high score, but the kids are bored with Family Funtime. Louise has a scheme to crash a Glencrest Yacht Club "orphan benefit," Tots Without Yachts. The bacon wrapped scallops are about to hit the Commodore's Balls when Linda is called to retrieve her unruly family. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Animation | Comedy

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TV-14
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1 April 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

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Quotes

Darryl: [to Bob] Your technique's sloppy and your stance is all wrong. What are you doing way back there? You have to press your wiener against the machine.
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Connections

Spoofs Hamburger (1982) See more »

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Gropin' for Glory
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Written by Scott Jacobson and John Dylan Keith
Performed by John Roberts
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