They try to keep Bob away but he sees Teddy and invites him to sit with them. Tina and Tammy are such a great dynamic. They explain Kendra is being bullied at school and they introduced the girls to her. You can find much more information about your privacy choices in. That's the part that felt off. Overview Spoilers Below : After a late night viewing of The Sound Of Music, Tina is inspired to start her own babysitting business. The couple decides to use them both and figure out who they like best.
Especially in a sit-down place that seemed pretty nice. Our Take: I think this is definitely my favorite episode of the season so far. Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site. He doesn't usually seem like the sort of dude whose ego would prevent him from ever enjoying another burger. And bringing in Zeke and Jimmy Jr was such a great idea. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads. When Tina launches a babysitting enterprise, it is quickly derailed after her business nemesis, Tammy, is hired to work alongside her.
The flashbacks made it seem like he also never likes another burger. And I can see how the family might want to avoid overly praising a different burger in case Bob himself didn't like it and were going to go all cheffy nitpickey on it. Everything from the plot to the characters, to the humor, was firing on all cylinders for this one. Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices. Neighbor: Plunger Games Aggressive Toilet Tools Exterminator: Don't Stop Bugs-Leaving Burger of The Day: The Clear and Present Ginger Burger Man, loved Maria Bamford as both Kendra and her mom.
The episode begins with Tina showing the family her flyer for a new babysitting business. To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the. If anything if he had a great burger elsewhere I'd expect him to have respect for that chef and then go home and try to up his game. As for the plot with Bob, Linda and the kids, Linda and Teddy start talking about the gift certificate and Teddy explains everyone is talking about Savor and their burgers. That restaurant is not remotely his competition. I know people aren't always logical but it just didn't make sense to me. After battling it out, the two pitch themselves to a new person and Katherine picks Tina to babysit their little girl, Kendra.
With an episode focused on Tina, this episode is sure to be full of hilarious one-liners and even a side plot involving the rest of the family. Little Kendra is as creepy as she is cute, and she loves kicking people in the crotch. After their Halloween break, is back for their first November episode. Bob and his quirky family have big ideas about burgers, but fall short on service and sophistication. When Tina gets into the babysitting business, tinkle-dinks are going to be kicked. After her parents leave, Kendra come up with challenges to see who is the better babysitter. Linda's 'peeing-in-a-restaurant' song is the perfect summation of her character.
There were other episodes where he hung out with chef friends and they were experimenting and cooking together and enjoying each other's stuff. But even with all these great qualities, I think the reason why this episode worked so well was that it gave everyone something to do. While not the strongest episode this season, it sets a good precedent for character-centric episodes. In the end, Bob realizes with some very funny flashbacks that he needs to take it easy when it comes to comparing other burgers to his own. And when Tammy invites Jimmy Jr.
Teddy tries to hide his burger from Bob but the waiter tells on him. While making copies of her flyer, Tina gets into an argument with Tammy. Tina's official babysitting slogan: Childcare this good is medium-rare. Meanwhile, Bob and Linda check out their competition at a restaurant that's known for its burgers. What begins as an all-out competition for best babysitter quickly turns into a horror movie.
It's a totally different style. Julie Andrews would be proud. The only problem is that Tammy, who needs cash for hair dye, does the same thing. Once Tina gets there, she realizes Katherine called Tammy too. Bringing the entire Belcher family sans Tina along with Teddy to the restaurant resulted in comedy gold, as Louise and Gene blackmailed him in exchange for chocolate cake. I can't remember ever seeing a bully depicted with glasses.