When the youngest Belcher comes down with an epic case of the flu, Linda has a mishap as she tries to deliver Louise's favorite toy to her daughter's bedside. After Louise vows that she will never forgive her family for their mistake, she falls into a wild fever dream filled with familiar faces, zany musical numbers and a crazy adventure.
Teddy organizes a day trip on his newly refurbished boat in an effort to impress his ex-wife, Denise. Meanwhile, Tina attempts to show that she is responsible enough for a cell phone by taking care of Bob's prized eraser from the restaurant. Can both Teddy and Tina prove themselves?
With Halloween quickly approaching, Tina reveals her brilliant idea that will finally win her first place in the annual costume contest. When Tammy steals her idea, Tina is forced to seek the help of Mr. Ambrose, who leads her to alternate and other-worldly methods of winning. Meanwhile, Bob is on a mission to figure out who is stealing his perfectly crafted pumpkins.
After a tip from Jimmy Pesto, Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on every order. The Belchers quickly realize that the situation is too good to be true, as they find themselves involved in a full-blown investigation, led by Hugo and Ron. Will Bob crack under the pressure or will he lead the investigators to a huge victory?
When Tina has a mishap that lands her in detention, Bob and Linda don't have a babysitter for their other kids, forcing them to let Gene and Louise stay at home alone. With the house to themselves, the younger Belchers find themselves in a sticky situation, while Bob and Linda get into surprising trouble with their accountant.
When Mr. Frond's annual play threatens to ruin the half day before Thanksgiving, Gene and Louise decide they need to sabotage it in order to save their long weekend. Unknowingly, Tina provides her holiday fan fiction as the subject matter and the kids get to work on their own version of the play. Meanwhile, Linda finds a potato with a striking resemblance to her late grandfather.
As the Belchers prepare for Christmas, Bob gets an unexpected call from Mr. Fischoeder asking him to bring food to a party at his home. When Bob arrives, he discovers that he has gotten involved in an intense gingerbread house building competition with Mr. Fischoeder's rowdy group of friends. Meanwhile, Linda and Teddy try to inspire some Christmas cheer in the neighbors as they take the kids caroling.
When Tina hurts her ankle, she is left with no choice but to telecommute to school. After enrolling in a program that allows her to send a robot version of herself to class, Tina finds herself having an unexpected breakthrough with Jimmy Jr. Will technology be the thing that finally unites Tina with her biggest crush of all time?
With Valentine's Day approaching, Tina, Gene and Louise each find themselves wrapped up in love-caused chaos. Meanwhile, Bob decides on a romantic gesture in order to impress Linda.
When Gayle's cat, Mr. Business, secures pet agent Ian Amberson, Bob finds out that Linda may have been helping to fund the cat's career. Ever the skeptic, Bob is prepared to shut it down, but learns that Mr. Business could be on the verge of his big break.
Louise is put in a sticky situation when she must defend one of her biggest foes at Wagstaff during a mock-trial. Meanwhile, Bob works with Jimmy Pesto to out a regular food-scammer.
When Gene learns that the formula for his favorite chocolate has changed, he works with the head of the company in an attempt to remedy the situation. Meanwhile, Bob gets wrapped up in one of Teddy's less-than-perfect plans.
Linda jumps at the chance to chaperone Tina's weekend away at a heroine conference, but Tina's new friend could put Linda's perfect weekend in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the younger Belchers have plans for their weekend alone with Bob. What could possibly go wrong?
When Tina learns that the aquarium is in danger of closing, the Belcher children devise a scheme to keep it running. Meanwhile, Bob realizes that he could learn a thing or two from Linda's customer service skills.
When Tina is recruited by the debate team, she finds unexpected success and an even more unexpected relationship. Meanwhile, Louise and Gene convince their parents to help fund a stop-motion movie focusing on a surprising subject matter.
The annual Easter egg hunt always brings out the competitive sides of Bob and Linda, but this time, the game goes awry. After the Belcher parents have a little too much fun hiding the eggs, the entire family is enlisted in finding the lone egg that is quickly rotting in its hiding place.
When Linda wins a contest to spend a dream weekend at the home where her favorite television show is filmed, things don't go quite as planned. Also, Teddy's back problems leave him stuck on the floor while he babysits the kids.
Gene accompanies Bob on the last-ever rock-and-roll laser show at the planetarium and Linda and the girls go out for dinner at a wacky restaurant.
After Louise gets in trouble at school, Linda is forced to meet with Mr. Frond and potentially could lose her hard-earned position as the Wagstaff bake sale leader. When she finds out that her daughter was actually trying to help another student, Linda is torn between following school policy or her own moral code.
Linda comes down with a nasty cold just in time for the Mother's Day show at Wagstaff. When Bob's outdated camcorder malfunctions, the kids perform a reimagined version of the pageant for Linda back at home. Will the kids' creative liberties be enough to make Linda feel the Mother's Day love?
When the forecast calls for rain on the day of the Bog to Beach parade, Teddy convinces Bob to enter the float contest with the promise of an easy win. As the parade goes awry, Bob realizes he might need an attitude adjustment.
When Bob finds out that the nearby wildness equipment store is having a going out of business sale, he decides to finally realize his dream of becoming an outdoorsman. In true Bob fashion, he encounters a snafu that leaves him stuck in the store overnight to fend for himself. Meanwhile, Linda and the kids spend the night watching the rehearsal for Aunt Gayle's one-woman show.