O.T. The Outside Toilet
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 (played by Gene) electrocutes an elephant named Topsy (played by Tina).
Two For Tina
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.
It Snakes a Village
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.
The Kids Run the Restaurant
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.
Boyz 4 Now
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 chaperone 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.