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On Halloween night, Linda tries to impress the kids by taking them to look for a wolf that has been terrorizing the town. Meanwhile, an injured and medicated Bob believes that Teddy has turned into a werewolf.
Linda is determined to host a party at the restaurant in order to spread a little cheer around the neighborhood. But when she realizes that her prized ornaments have been stolen, she begins questioning all the guests.
The Belchers attend open houses for the free food, per Linda's "momnipotent" Mother's Day request. When Linda meets a real estate agent and agrees to a private showing, the family ends up at the helm of a real estate scheme.
Bob and Louise are thrilled when they meet Hawk, star of their favorite 70's samurai vs. monster movies. When they find out Hawk is estranged from his daughter, who starred as Chick in his movies, they engineer a Hawk and Chick reunion.
With the threat of a rent increase on Ocean Avenue, Bob and the other tenants organize a rent strike only to discover they will have to compete with each other on the grounds of Mr. Fischoeder's estate in order to keep their rents reasonable.
Tina is desperate to get her first kiss at her 13th birthday party. But after Louise breaks the deep fryer, Bob is forced to takes a second job as a late-night cab driver to pay for Tina's party. The situation worsens when the parents of Tina's crush refuse to let their son attend the party, and Bob has to do everything in his power to save his daughter's big day.
With a long weekend approaching, Linda sees an opportunity to capitalize on the tourist traffic by turning their home into a bed and breakfast. As usual, she goes overboard and gets a little crazy when her efforts aren't appreciated.
When Linda asks Bob to let her sister hang her paintings in the restaurant for Art Week, Bob finds he's forced to contend with the city's Art Council, a shady troop of intimidating old ladies who control the art exhibited around town. Meanwhile, Louise, Gene and Tina are thrilled by all the attention their own art receives in the restaurant.
When Bob and Gene start watching Spaghetti Western films, they wind up alienating Louise. As Gene takes pointers from the films on how to deal with his archrival at school, Tina takes out her aggression and fights her way through a conflict-resolution program.
When Bob's eccentric landlord, Mr. Fischoeder, pays the family a visit, he informs Bob that his rival across the street, Jimmy Pesto of Pesto's Pizzeria, wants to take over Bob's lease so that he can expand his gift shop. With little time and not enough money, the Belcher family must cook up some business or luck to save the restaurant.
Bob and his family are forced to spend the weekend at Mort the Mortician's while the restaurant is being eradicated of toxic mold. Linda and Bob double-date with Mort and a female mortician he meets on-line, while Tina babysits Gene and Louise at the crematorium.
After the town's annual Lobsterfest is cancelled by a storm, Bob defiantly opens his doors for a festive celebration. When he wakes the next morning, Bob finds the restaurant in disarray, and the town has spurned him. Meanwhile, the kids secretly try lobster for the first time.
Bob's hero, a washed-up professional baseball player named Torpedo Jones, starts pitching for the local minor league team. Torpedo befriends the Belcher's, and Bob is ecstatic until he finds out about the dark underbelly of baseball.