Unless you guys don't think so. Bob, along with Linda, enjoys drinking and many of the episode gags involve Bob or Linda drinking and getting drunk from. She appears mostly with Officer Cliffany. Ollie and Andy's intense fondness for each other mimics that of Walter and Perry from Loren Bouchard's previous animated television series. Mort and Samantha also go on a double date with Bob and Linda, but after Mort and Samantha bond so quickly, Linda gets jealous.
Bob prides himself on giving the customer a quality meal and goes the extra mile to ensure that, choosing fresh ingredients he gets from the local farmer's markets and co-ops. Their rivalry often seems to border on stalking each other and occasionally descends into violence. Bob arrives at Sheldon's apartment, climbs onto a roof across the street, and declares an air battle. She often encourages her kids to engage in behavior that Bob finds annoying, and though she wants what's best for her kids, she tends to be scatter-brained. Unlike Chuck, she does not harbor resentment toward the Belchers likely because she doesn't have to put up with Chuck as much thanks to them. He goes to a school for the performing arts and is a ballet dancer.
He occasionally concocts harebrained schemes to advance his own career, which usually backfire spectacularly. Bob bought a remote control replica of the helicopter from True Lies, and during its test flight, it was destroyed on a seemingly perfect landing — launching Bob on a mission to get a refund. He was attractive enough to be cast as a lifeguard in a 1980s exploitation movie The Deepening, filmed at Wonder Wharf. From the beginning of the season 2, she is written out of the storylines for unknown reasons, though she has made a few cameo appearances since then. Merkin even expressed interest in attending his birthday party. Although he is now overweight and bald, Teddy was attractive, had long blonde hair and was physically fit in his youth. I Am The Night Season 1 From executive producer Patty Jenkins, I Am the Night tells the incredible story of Fauna Hodel India Eisley who was given away at birth.
She is somewhat overweight and provocative, speaking frankly about sex and personal issues, to the point of making others uncomfortable. She is also Wagstaff's head cheerleader and has a problem with passing gas, caused by laughing too hard, by someone lifting her up wrong, or because of nerves. She generally speaks in a low, monotone voice, wears glasses, works part-time at the family restaurant, and is often the voice of reason among the Belcher children, though it is made quite clear Tina's own characteristics rival those of her siblings. Upon landing, however, the helicopter instantly falls apart. Gene, who had been previously horrified by his inaction when Tina was about to get hit by a pair of falling shoes, goes with his father to prove to himself he has the ability to take action in bad situations. He and Pam hid their divorce for the sake of their talk show, but have an antagonistic relationship behind the scenes.
She usually wears heavy makeup and wears her hair in a side ponytail. She has little to no social skills and is trying to come to grips with her entry into adulthood, and claims to have a complicated relationship with. When Bob flew off the handle, Gene was there to ground him. Like Officer Julia, she was written out of the show after Season 1, though she has made some cameo appearances since then. Humorously, this was best illustrated when the Belcher boy had to convince three grown men to put down their toys and stop bickering and fighting over trivial disagreements.
Her teacher mistook this for an elaborate representation of the book, The Call of the Wild, and commended her. Felix is the cause of Calvin's poked out eye. It is also mentioned in the episode that Bob's mother had died sometime prior to the series' beginning. When Bob goes back on his deal to convince Calvin to sell Wonder Wharf, Felix ties them up under the pier with the intention of having them drown when the tide comes in but soon regrets his actions and tries to save them. He has a fetish for the sound of popping balloons.
He is close friends with Zeke, has a noticeable speech impediment, and loves dancing. Jon Benjamin, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman More information: , Related:. This is a problem, as the town the Belchers live in has an annual lobster festival which Bob hates because it takes away from his business. Bob has a tendency to entertain himself by having conversations with inanimate objects and then speak back as the inanimate object, usually in a high, squeaky voice. Turner operates more than 180 channels showcasing 46 brands in 34 languages in over 200 countries. Bob becomes obsessed with his new automatic helicopter.
Yap voiced by — He works as the Belcher Family's. He is the father of Jimmy Pesto, Jr. She handles the accounting for the restaurant, though her bookkeeping methods are sometimes troublesome and overly complicated. The Belchers cause her show to be cancelled. Meanwhile, Louise and Linda help Tina prepare for her oral book report. Clem meets Bob and the kids at the studio and when Bob fails to talk the manager into giving Clem his job, Clem seals the studio shut with a sofa to try and get his fans to call in to try and get his job back. He has and needs to use his every two hours.