The Belchers Discover The True Meaning of Stuffing In 'Thanks-hoarding'Posted 2 days ago
When the youngest Belcher comes down with an epic case of the flu, Linda has a mishap as she tries to deliver Louise's favorite toy to her daughter's bedside.
Teddy organizes a day trip on his refurbished boat in an effort to impress his ex-wife, Denise. Meanwhile, Tina attempts to show that she is responsible enough for a cell phone by taking care of Bob's chalkboard eraser from the restaurant.
After a tip from Jimmy Pesto, Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on every order. The Belchers quickly realize that the situation is too good to be true, as they find themselves involved in an investigation.
When Tina has a mishap that lands her in detention, Bob and Linda don't have a babysitter for their other kids, forcing them to let Gene and Louise stay at home alone.
The upcoming Land Ship parade could mean increased business for Bob, until he learns that two port-o-potties will be placed in front of the restaurant. Meanwhile, Tina learns from her friends that she's boring, so she joins up with Jordan who has been vandalizing the school with graffiti. But when Jordan wants to spray graffiti on the Land Ship, Tina must decide between ruining the parade and disappointing her new crush.
When Bob throws a dinner party to bond with his new friend, Gayle uses the opportunity to introduce the family to her new love interest. Unbeknownst to Gayle, Louise has a long standing feud with her new boyfriend and will stop at nothing to break them apart. Calamity ensues as Bob attempts to impress his new buddy and the kids take action.
During family TV night an ad for the Sofa Queen comes on and Louise takes the opportunity to lobby for a new couch. The Belchers take sides with Linda, gathering support for keeping their lumpy, smelly, moist couch, because off all the memories it holds. When a family vote goes against her, Louise takes matters into her own hands.
After finally convincing Bob and Linda to send her to horse camp, Tina realizes she has to part ways with Jericho, her imaginary horse. Meanwhile, Linda decides to create a restaurant camp in an attempt to make things fair for Gene and Louise.
Tina's ideas of love and romance are tested when she volunteers at a nursing home to earn her next Thunder Girls badge. Meanwhile, Bob makes new friends who cause him to make some questionable choices.
The kids' goop war lands Bob in a sticky situation. The prank occurs on the same day Skip Marooch calls to tell Bob that a journalist is going to interview him for a piece on unknown restaurants.
Bob's favorite holiday of all time, and this year he is determined to make it the most memorable Thanksgiving ever. However, the plans change when Mr. Fischoeder needs to hire Bob as his chef, and Linda and the kids as his family to stage the perfect Thanksgiving dinner and make a former flame jealous.