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.
Eggs for Days
The annual Easter egg hunt always brings out the competitive sides of Bob and Linda, but this time, the game goes awry.
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.
Bob Fires the Kids
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.
Mutiny on the Windbreaker
When Bob is invited to be a private chef on a docked cruise ship, he brings the family along to witness his skills outside of the restaurant. However, Bob's big day goes awry when the ship departs with the Belchers on board, and there is no one tending to the restaurant.
In an homage to Jaws, Bob's landlord and pier proprietor Mr. Fischoeder buys a mechanical shark as a pier attraction, but when it turns wild and starts terrorizing the town, it's up to Bob and the family to stop it.
After Tina accidentally wrecks the car, and gets the whole family involved with a slimy insurance agent, she worries that she's a "jinx."
The Unbearable Like-Likeness of Gene
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.
When the restaurant receives a bad review from a food critic, the Belchers fear that the negative press will keep customers away. When Bob shows up at the critic's house for a redo, his plan quickly spirals out of control when the kids and his fellow restaurant owners show up to support him.