A biker gang hangs out at Bob's Burgers as they mourn the loss of their beloved leader “Horny Dave”.
Meanwhile, Louise has an identity crisis when her bunny ears are stolen and everyone - including the biker gang - rallies around her.
The Belcher kids break their Halloween tradition by ditching their usual trick-or-treating route and venturing off to Kingshead Island, a posh neighborhood that is known for distributing full-sized candy bars. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda attend Teddy's annual "Black and Orange" party.
Bob worries he's depriving his children of their summer vacation by making them work at the restaurant, so he fires them. However, the kids become so bored with their newfound freedom that they secretly get hired by a pair of married hippie farmers, who hire the Belcher kids as "weed pickers." Meanwhile, Bob hires Mickey the bank robber to help out at the restaurant, but soon regrets his decision.
When the Belcher family goes on a cruise ship, the captain shanghais them because he loves Bob's food very much.
Mr. Fischoeder has the Belcher family pose as his real family so he can impress a woman he is dating.
Mr. Fischoeder buys a mechanical shark that was used in a movie shot at Wonder Wharf. Teddy, who worked on the movie when he was young, has to battle the shark when it threatens the town's safety.
After Tina accidentally wrecks the car, and gets the whole family involved with a slimy insurance agent, she worries that she's a "jinx".
After Gene gets suckered into dating Courtney, his first girlfriend ever, the entire family wants him to break up with her when they decide she's totally annoying. But when Gene finally musters up the courage to end things, he falters after discovering that Courtney's father writes jingles and could possibly launch his music career
Bob inherits a storage unit, and the whole family imagines it's filled with treasures. Instead, they find a man named Chet living inside. Linda, feeling the holiday spirit, persuades Bob to invite Chet to stay at the restaurant.
It's discovered that this stranger, who claims he was once a mannequin, has a gift for intricate and living window displays. With the restaurant decked out in holiday cheer, the Christmas spirit is in the air.
Linda frets that Louise doesn't like her and, to Louise's chagrin, forces her to attend a Mother-Daughter seminar to beef up their relationship.
Meanwhile, with Linda gone, Tina asks Bob to indulge in his feminine side and teach her to shave her legs.
Hugo, the loathsome health inspector who torments Bob, quits his job to become a nudist after discovering the town's new nude beach. His replacement Tommy, seems nice enough until he blackmails the Belchers into letting him perform his terrible music at the restaurant, which drives all the customers away. Unable to tolerate it anymore, Bob decides upon the lesser of two evils and braves the nude beach (and bares... well, everything else) to find Hugo and bring him back.
There is a "Mad Pooper" running wild at the Belcher children's middle school and Tina finds herself on a mission to get to the "bottom" of the situation.
When a heart-shaped pancake simply doesn't cut it, the kids convince Bob to let them skip school in order to help him find a Valentine's Day gift that will "wow" Linda.
Meanwhile, in the spirit of the romantic holiday, Linda sets up a speed-dating event at the restaurant that doesn't go exactly as planned
Linda thinks Bob doesn't appreciate her and quits the restaurant to work at a grocery store. In her absence, Bob tries - and fails - to run the place on his own and the kids are stuck in the middle of the marital mayhem.
Meanwhile, things get romantic for Tina when she meets her potential soul mate while restocking the milk fridge
In an homage to 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial', Gene finds an expensive talking toilet and befriends it. Together with Louise and Tina, the Belcher kids help the toilet hide from the evil toilet hunter.
Sparks fly when Louise is determined to take down her Thomas Edison-obsessed science teacher by recreating a famous experiment where Thomas Edison electrocutes an elephant named Topsy.
Jimmy Jr. is threatened when Tina starts dating a ballet dancer named Josh and the two boys get into an epic dance-off for her heart.
The Belcher family road-trips down to Florida to visit Linda's parents who live in a senior home that - to Linda's complete horror - is full of senior swingers! Plus, to keep themselves entertained, Tina, Gene and Louise go on a hunt for a mysterious python that allegedly ate one of the residents' dogs.
After the family car breaks down and ruins their plans for a movie night out, the Belchers find themselves competing on the TV game show "Family Fracas!" To the dismay of the program's host, they keep winning and coming back each night that is until their lucky streak comes to a suspicious end.
After Bob cuts his finger and faints at the sight of his own blood, Linda brings him to the hospital and leaves the kids home alone. Not ones to waste a golden opportunity, Tina, Gene and Louise transform the basement of the restaurant into a makeshift casino. But they get more than they gamble for when landlord Mr. Fischoeder stops by and catches them in action.
While accompanying Tina to a "Boyz 4 Now" concert, Louise develops a crush on one of the lead singers, Boo Boo - and is in disbelief that she actually likes a boy! Meanwhile, Gene gets creative - and slightly offensive - in a table-setting competition.
While acting as a parent chaperon on the school's trip to the museum, Bob has a father-daughter bonding moment with Louise.
Meanwhile, Gene and his friends are on a hunt to find exhibits that feature the female anatomy. Also, Tina questions her dorkiness and, on the steps of the museum, Linda lends her unique chanting abilities to striking museum workers
After Gene loses his confidence at his baseball game, Linda decides to sign him up for baseball camp. The only problem? She needs money to pay for it! Meanwhile, Tina discovers her love for espresso and becomes a caffeine addict.