Gene loses his confidence after playing badly during a baseball game so Linda sends him to a baseball coach.


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Episode cast overview:
Tina Belcher (voice)
Gene Belcher (voice)
Teddy (voice)
Linda Belcher (voice)
Louise Belcher (voice)
Vagrant (voice)
Coach (voice)
The Deuce (voice)
Jimmy Pesto (voice)
Mort (voice)
Mr. Manoogian (voice)
Andy / Mother (voice)
Ollie / Maid (voice)


Bob bought an espresso machine and Tina acquires a taste and a bit of attitude. Gene is on a boys' baseball team but he has no skill and less natural athletic ability. Linda finds The Deuce of Diamonds online; Tina thinks he looks like Dr. Yap's Prince of Persuasia. For a mere $495, Gene can learn to pitch, hit and field with the Major Leaguers, without using a ball. Bob is NOT spending that kind of money on Gene and is better that he quit, with quiet dignity. But, quiet dignity has never met the Belcher family! Louise helps her mother pull off a heist, Tina has the ETs (espresso tremors) and Gene learns confidence the natural way: from a con man. In the land of the free and the home of the brave, Little League parents will always be Little League parents. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Animation | Comedy





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12 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The scene where the porcelain baby crawls above Tina and turns its head around 180° is a spoof of a nearly identical scene in the film Trainspotting (1996). See more »


Bob Belcher: Gene, this is a scam.
The Deuce: Excuse me, The Deuce has ears and feelings.
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References A Few Good Men (1992) See more »


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Written by Bunny Wailer
Performed by H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts and Dan Mintz
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11 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another horrible episode in which Bob gets screwed and a dishonest person gets away with committing crimes. This seems to be a reoccurring theme in this series. Why do they write episodes like this? Who is responsible for this crap? Do they not want to teach morals and the difference between right and wrong?

I don't get why Bob keeps getting punished in every episode and the people that commit crimes never have any repercussions. What are they trying to say here? Don't the writers know that they are violating the basic principles of story telling? You would think that they would want to tell a good story rather than spewing out this garbage. How does this crap continue to get on the air? This episode really sucks.

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