The Belchers appear on a television game show.


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Episode cast overview:
Tina Belcher (voice)
Gene Belcher (voice)
Teddy (voice)
Linda Belcher (voice)
Louise Belcher (voice)
Pam (voice)
Announcer / Trev (voice)
Producer (voice)
Jimmy Pesto (voice)
Chuck (voice)
Andy (voice)
Ollie (voice)
Zeke (voice)


The Belchers' movie night at "Dog Prom 3-D" takes a turn for the hydrant when their car breaks down in the middle of a street near Channel 13. They decide to watch the taping of a game show, "Family Fracas," hosted by Chuck Charles of the "Chuck & Pam Show" debacle. Chuck's ex is now Judge Pam, oriface of the court, with her very own show, "Pam's Court." Chuck blames the Belchers for the decline of his marriage and his career; Harry, the producer in control of "Family Fracas" is demented; Harry thinks no idea is a bad idea. At the last minute, Harry tells Chuck the Morgan family has to be replaced. Where can they find a family of five? Let the games begin. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Animation | Comedy





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14 April 2013 (USA)  »

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3rd episode to not have a Burger of the Day visible. See more »


Producer: The Belchers are back on TV, and you know what that rhymes with? I'm gonna make me a Long Island iced tea.
Bob: You have a bar on back of your desk?
Producer: You don't have a bar on back of your desk?
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References Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004) See more »


Fracas Foam
Performed by Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive
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How can this episode have a 7.6 rating? It is horrible
11 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the worst episode of any television show that I have ever seen. Everything goes wrong for Bob and everybody in the episode that is being dishonest and/or cheating seems to be getting rewarded. That would be acceptable if the episode included some message like "good does not always overcome evil" or something like that, but it contained no message whatsoever. Seems like an unfinished script. Piece of garbage.

Just to give you an idea of how bad this is, I have been using IMDb since it's inception in 1990, back when it was a text-based application used on green screens (before browsers came along). I have never in all of my years of watching TV and movies felt so compelled to write a review. But this episode was so bad that I just had to.

How do I vote zero? Or negative?

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