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Bob's Burgers, Season 2HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

Bob's Burgers is an animated series about a man, his family and a burger joint. A third-generation restaurateur, Bob Belcher runs Bob’s Burgers with the help of his uptight wife and their three underachieving kids. This season, Bob and family test-drive the food truck industry, dive into the world of synchronized swimming, search for treasure in an abandoned taffy factory and get tied up with a very needy bank robber.

Customer Reviews

OFF TO A GOOD START SO FAR!

"Bob's Burgers" is probably one of the most underrated animated comedies on TV today. With its strange, surreal characters and unique lackadaisical brand of humor, the series has definitely proven itself to be an exceptional stand-out from other Fox shows like "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons" that rely so heavily on fast-paced laughs and pop culture references. The clever writing and deadpan voice acting are reminiscent of "Home Movies" (which isn't such a coincidence since both sitcoms were created by Loren Bouchard) and the jokes are hilariously off-beat. I'm actually really glad that it's been renewed for a second season, and so far, it seems to be off to a pretty good start. The premiere episode didn't disappoint, so I have high hopes that the rest of this season won't either.

Love this show!

So glad season 2 is back strong. A very underrated show that is tons of fun to watch! Bobs Burgers ROCKS!

Great show!

Definitely one of the most underrated comedies. I'm glad Fox kept it.