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  • “Mattress, Bob & Past” is the least romantic Valentine’s Day episode of
    Bob’s Burgers
    , however the Belcher youngsters’ tales save Bob and Linda’s day.
  • “My Fuzzy Valentine” teaches Bob that small efforts could make a big effect, and Linda finds an sudden present to be fairly romantic.
  • “Romancing the Beef” exhibits that even when their plans go awry, the Belchers nonetheless handle to have a good time love by being there for others.

Love is within the air, and it smells like burgers! The hit animated sequence Bob’s Burgers has had some memorable takes on Valentine’s Day: from Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) and Gene (Eugene Mirman) flipping by way of the sky to Tina (Dan Mintz) trying to find love within the halls of Wagstaff College. For Cupid’s big day, we’ve ranked all of the Bob’s Burgers Valentine’s episodes from least romantic to the “cheesiest” ones that can renew your perception in love. With out additional ado, let’s have a good time Valentine’s Day by spending a day with the Belchers!

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Bob’s Burgers

Bob Belcher runs a struggling burger store along with his spouse and three kids.

Launch Date
January 9, 2011

Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive



“Mattress, Bob & Past” (Season 9, Episode 13)

A woman in a large hat and sunglasses talks to a man in a Valentine's Day episode of Bob's Burgers
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This episode has much less to do with Valentine’s Day and extra to do with a plot that occurs to happen on the day of affection. Bob and Linda (voiced by John Roberts) get into an argument earlier within the day about soiled laundry on the bottom and keep mad at one another whereas out watching a film with the household. Sadly, the rom-com they’re watching abruptly cuts off earlier than the large romantic climax.

In an try to melt the blow of Bob and Linda discovering they broke their mattress after leaping on it, the Belcher youngsters take turns telling their variations of how the film truly ended. They draw inspiration from hit motion pictures, corresponding to Velocity, The King’s Speech, Titanic, and Sharknado; in truth, the story Louise (Kristen Schaal) comes up with contains Julia Roberts’ “I’m only a woman” monologue from Notting Hill. Despite the fact that the Belcher youngsters’ motivations had been extra self-serving, their tales helped cool the strain between their mother and father and save Bob and Linda’s Valentine’s.

“My Fuzzy Valentine” (Season 3, Episode 4)

Bob (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin), Tina (Dan Mintz), Gene (Eugene Mirman), and Louise Belcher (Kristen Schaal) watching Linda (John Roberts) get handcuffed in Bob's Burgers
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The first official Valentine’s Day episode of Bob’s Burgers includes Bob on the seek for an amazing Valentine’s Day present for Linda, after years of solely making heart-shaped shows of odd objects. Louise, Gene, and Tina use this as an excuse to ditch faculty and spend the day serving to their dad. In the meantime, within the B-plot of the episode, Linda hosts a pace courting occasion on the restaurant. Regardless of roadblocks alongside the way in which from Linda’s ex-boyfriend Hugo (Sam Seder), Bob and the children monitor down a love thermometer, one thing that had nothing to do with Linda however a former girlfriend. Linda nonetheless finds this present fully romantic, displaying Bob that just a little effort goes a great distance.

“The Gene and Courtney Present” (Season 6, Episode 7)

Love is on the airwaves when Gene and Courtney (David Wain) are recruited to take over the morning bulletins with their musical abilities and pure chemistry. Their week on the air follows the identical timeline most TV {couples} discover themselves in over the course of a sequence: working collectively, getting collectively, new romance distracting from the present, and finally breaking apart. Regardless of parting methods, Gene and Courtney have a mutual look after one another and actually did “like like” making the morning bulletins enjoyable once more.

On the flip facet, Tina performs Cupid and volunteers to run the carnation donation, a duty Bob had fully forgotten about, and he spends the C-plot monitoring down flowers (250, to be precise.) Tina is devastated when nobody has despatched her a carnation, just for Jimmy Jr. (H. Jon Benjamin) to offer her a rose. Their relationship has had its ups and downs on this listing, however that is undeniably a considerate gesture from the dance-obsessed boy.

“Romancing the Beef” (Season 11, Episode 11)

Louise (Kristen Schaal) wearing a rose on her hat and watching Gene (Eugene Mirman) hold a box while shirtless and wearing cupid wings on Bob's Burgers
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In an try to one-up Jimmy Pesto (Jay Johnston), Bob and Linda forgo their Valentine’s traditions to maintain the restaurant open for {couples} on the lookout for a last-minute spot. A rebranded title and menu appear to do the trick as a result of the restaurant is busier than ever. The one factor standing of their method is their least favourite well being inspector, Hugo (Sam Seder), who threatens to close the place down whereas he waits for his blind date.

Within the B-plot, Tina is making an attempt to maintain love off the mind as she attends an anti-Valentine’s get together, hosted by Tammy (Jenny Slate). The get together turns into make-out central and Tina tries to battle the romance out of the evening. In the long run, a Valentine’s Day textual content from Jimmy Jr. is sufficient for Tina to let herself benefit from the romance of all of it. The Belchers’ day doesn’t go in keeping with plan, however they nonetheless handle to have a good time a day of affection by being there for others.


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“Can’t Purchase Me Math” (Season 5, Episode 11)

Darryl (Aziz Ansari) and Tina (Dan Mintz) whisper to each other at the Valentine's Day dance in Bob's Burgers
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Who doesn’t love a very good pretend courting storyline? In change for tutoring and catching the eyes of their crushes, Tina and Darryl (Aziz Ansari) comply with fake-date for the college Valentine’s dance to win Cupid’s Couple. As Tina warns Darryl, she’s seen sufficient rom-coms to know that the issue with pretend courting is that one in all them will fall for the opposite – but she’s the one who falls for the right pretend boyfriend she created. Regardless of her emotions, she helps Darryl and his crush, Rosa, get collectively whereas they’re enjoying a online game. Within the phrases of Tammy, the double nerd issue of this Can’t Purchase Me Love homage takes this episode from cute to cute!

“V for Valentine-detta” (Season 8, Episode 8)

Linda (John Roberts), Louise (Kristen Schaal), and Tina Belcher (Dan Mintz) dressed up in the back of Nat's (Jillian Bell) limo in Bob's Burgers
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Who says you possibly can’t have a good time woman energy on Valentine’s? After Jimmy Jr. breaks her coronary heart by happening a date with another person, Linda and Louise attempt to cheer Tina up by taking her out for a ladies’ evening. This episode introduces a brand new recurring character, Nat (Jillian Bell), their limo driver, who proves to be the very best wingwoman a brokenhearted Tina may wish. The final word hype lady who has entry to a stink bomb? What extra might you need? The women even monitor down Jimmy Jr.’s date and Tina confronts him for hurting her emotions. Whereas the Belcher girls are out in town, Gene accompanies Bob on his Valentine’s shock trapeze lesson. They face their fears collectively, and it turns right into a bonding second for father and son. This episode stands out due to the acute lengths this household will go to for one another, and household love is at all times value celebrating.

“Bob Truly” (Season 7, Episode 9)

Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) and Linda Belcher (John Roberts) kissing in front of their restaurant in Bob's Burgers
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And the crown for the very best Valentine’s Day episode goes to Bob’s Burgers‘ tackle Love Truly. All through the episode, we see each Belcher on their quest to take advantage of at the present time of affection. Louise tries to assist Common-Sized Rudy (Brian Huskey) give a love weed to his crush with hopes of getting his first kiss, just for his coronary heart to be damaged. In an act of kindness to her pal, Louise kisses Common Sized Rudy, a milestone second for each of them. The love doesn’t cease there: Tina defies the chances of gravity and diarrhea to offer Jimmy Jr. an airborne kiss, Bob takes a hip-hop dance class to impress Linda, and Linda helps Ms. Selbo (Sarah Baker) transfer on from a breakup. Even Surprise Wharf’s resident Speedo Man finds love! This episode ends with a cheerful ending montage for the Belcher household so candy it might provide you with a cavity. Fast: somebody name Dr. Yap (Ken Jeong)!

Bob’s Burgers is offered to stream on Disney+ within the U.S.


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