Easy Com-Mercial, Easy Go-Mercial
To compete with fellow "restaurateur" Jimmy Pesto, and his blowout Super Bowl event, Bob is determined to create a Bob's Burgers commercial to air during the big game. In an effort to outshine Pesto, the Belchers recruit Randy, a documentarian, to assist with the filmmaking, and hire on former pro football star Connie Frye to be the celebrity endorser.
The Frond Files
Bob and Linda visit the school and learn that their kids' essays about their fantasy version of Wagstaff are "too creative" and "offensive." Eugene transforms the school into a "Fart School for the Gifted"; Tina, to her delight, depicts a world where she is romanced by countless zombie teenage boys; and Louise creates a school where she takes down a robotic Mr. Frond from the future.
Tina isn't invited to her classmate Tammy's Bat Mitzvah, but ends up at the party anyway, because Bob and the family were hired to cater. Despite the invite snub, Tina is excited to scope out the BFOS (boys from other schools). Things go awry and Louise and Tammy end up missing, so, to her total delight, Tina is left center stage.
When Bob and Linda leave town for a romantic getaway (at a Burger Convention), they ask Teddy to babysit Tina, Gene and Louise. While the parents are away, Teddy is eager to earn the coveted title of "Uncle Teddy" and does so by putting Tina's crush in his rightful place after discovering that he was just using her for - gasp - free burgers! Hijinks ensue.
The Kids Rob a Train
The Belchers take a trip on a train, and to their dismay, Louise, Gene and Tina are seated in a separate train car. Never one to follow the rules, Louise ropes the children into helping her on her mission to steal the vast chocolate supply from the restaurant car! Meanwhile, Bob and Linda indulge in some wine tasting and have a "taste-off" with a snobby couple.
I Get Psy-Chic Out of You
After predicting that a telemarketer is calling the restaurant when the phone rings, Linda and the kids believe that she is a psychic. Needless to say, her "predictions" irk Bob and spell out hilarious happenings.
In homage to the “Bronies” subculture, Tina attends her first Equestra-Con, a convention based on her favorite animated pony show, “The Equestranauts.” To her surprise, she finds that the show’s fans are middle-aged men (called “Equesticles”). When a powerful super-fan tricks Tina out of her rare toy pony, it’s up to Bob to go undercover to get it back.
Gene, Louise, and Tina discover a seaweed-covered object at the beach that turns out to be a large hunk of Ambergris - an extremely valuable, but illegal, byproduct of whale poop that is used in high-end perfumes - and Louise tries to cheat Gene and Tina out of the profit she hopes to make by selling the treasure on the black market. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda deal with their psychologically unstable landlord who is building them a new bathroom.
The Kids Run Away
Upon learning that she has a cavity and needs a filling, Louise runs away from the dentist's office and seeks refuge at Aunt Gail's. When Louise refuses to go home, Linda sends Tina and Gene to join her and bets her that she won't last the weekend with Aunt Gail's "craziness."