Bob's Burgers: Bob Belcher is a second -generation restaurateur, runs the burger restaurant with the support of his wife, Linda (John Roberts) and their three children, Louise (Kristen Schaal), Tina (Dan Mintz), and Gene (Eugene Mirman). Bob has so many creative ideas about burgers, condiments and sides but little thoughts on consumer service and business management. In spite of oily counters, bad location and rarely profitable service, bob is convinced his burger speak for themselves. Through thick and thin, Bob’s wife Linda supports her husband dream, but has also some dream for herself. They have three children; 13-year old Tina is hopeless idealistic with smallest social skills. Gene is their middle child who is a self-described musician, class clown and all-around entertainer. Louise is the most excited for her father’s business, but her thought and conniving make her rather of a responsibility in the kitchen.
|Released:||January 09, 2011|
|Actors:||Andy Kindler Eugene Mirman H Jon Benjamin John Roberts Kristen Schaal Larry Murphy|
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