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19th Jun '17 8:25:19 PM CnHGirl
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* The Belcher kids, despite all having some moments of breathtaking stupidity between them, in general, are surprisingly creative, intelligent, and cunning. Granted, most of their classmates [[TooDumbToLive set the bar pretty low]] in that department, but it's presented as genuinely impressive when the trio earn a victory over adults, and even more impressive when another kid so much as holds their own against the Belcher children, let alone surpasses them (which doesn't happen often).
* Bob and Linda get pretty awesome when it comes to defending both each other and their children, usually in terms of sheer chutzpah.


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* In "Mom, Lies, and Videotape", the plays that the kids come up with as an alternative to the video of the Mother's Day assembly that Bob's faulty camcorder ruined are, per tradition for them, quite grand in scope compared to what actually happened (badly sung choir numbers), and still kept with the themes of the various performances.
3rd Jun '17 6:42:52 PM Tennyo
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*** Tina couldn't have saved the day without Louise first returning to the classroom with Tammy, risking getting her head shaved (and her ears burned!) on the chance that she could save the other kids from that fate.


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* Louise pushing the button in "Flu-ouise."
* In "They Serve Horses, Don't They?", Bob's epic slip n' slide to get the tape to Hugo.
* "Large Brother, Where Fart Thou?" has Gene taking a horrible wrestling hold instead of Louise, proving how awesome a big brother he is.
* Tina saves the school play in "The Quirkducers" by turning Louise's ill-advised stunt to end the play early (exploding turkey guts all over the audience in a bid to get a half-day at school) into a demonstration of confidence. Who knew that turkey guts could be so glorious?
3rd Jun '17 6:35:00 PM Tennyo
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* In "A Few 'Gurt Men", Louise deduces who stole the yogurt completely on the fly, deliberately exonerating Mr. Frond of all people.
** Earlier in the episode, she gets commended by the retired judge brought in to oversee student court; they had been doing a standard mock trial based on a fairy tale, and Louise is the first kid to ever attempt getting a mistrial on the grounds that the jury would be biased by default.
* In "Like Gene For Chocolate", Gene crashes the board meeting of a candy company, and manages to convince an entire room of adults to change their minds and return his favorite candy to its original formula. [[spoiler: It doesn't last, but it's still awesome.]]
** Bob and Teddy attempt to pull off a Golf Ball Heist. They end up in a chase that leads to them taking a golf cart down a flight of stairs, swearing they love for each other as they go.
* In "Ain't Miss Debatin'", Wagstaff's debate is almost ruined by Tina's relationship with Henry Haber imploding on stage. Tina ends up using the break-up to illustrate her point about why a heart is needed in a President of the United States (the topic being whether a robot would make a better president than a human), winning the debate for her school.
* In "The Laser-inth", both storylines get some awesome:
** Bob and Gene sneak into a laser show they had been banned from re-entering using a discarded model of Pluto as a decoy, paralleling the very show they're trying to get in to see. Also, they run.
** The Belcher ladies and Gretchen manage to save a doll Louise connected with from getting destroyed. Their plan involves distracting the waiter, switching out dolls, and redoing Louise's doll to look like a more popular doll that isn't in danger of being discontinued. This is perfect, because the doll's backstory? She's a spy, and wearing disguises would be par for the course for her.
21st May '17 9:46:21 PM TroperBeDoper
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* Bob nailing Jimmy Pesto with a t-shirt cannon in "Paraders Of The Lost Float". And the Louise shoots him for good measure.

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* Bob nailing Jimmy Pesto with a t-shirt cannon in "Paraders Of The Lost Float". And the then Louise shoots him for good measure.
21st May '17 7:06:47 PM TroperBeDoper
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* Bob nailing Jimmy Pesto with a t-shirt cannon in "Paraders Of The Lost Float". And the Louise shoots him for good measure.
-->'''Jimmy:''' You shoot a t-shirt at a guy like a girl!
-->'''Gets shot by Louise'''
-->'''Louise:''' So, like that?
26th Feb '17 11:17:21 AM SFH
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** Jimmy Jr. kisses Tina while she's on stilts and he's jumping on a trampoline. "SKY KISS!"
** From the same episode, when Louise learns that Chloe is only flirting with Regular-Sized Rudy to get test answers, she immediately stands up for him. She may not believe in Valentine's Day, but Rudy is still her friend. And later, when Rudy is saddened that he won't get a kiss on Valentine's Day, Louise grabs Rudy and gives him a kiss herself.

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** For Valentine's Day, Jimmy Jr. kisses wants to kiss Tina while she's on the trampoline that was left behind. But Tina has diarrhea, so she can't jump. Instead, she finds some stilts and he's jumping to stand on a trampoline.while Jimmy jumps on the trampoline, to the cheers of their classmates. "SKY KISS!"
** From the same episode, when Louise learns that Chloe is only flirting with Regular-Sized Rudy to get test answers, she immediately stands up for him. She may not believe in Valentine's Day, but Rudy is still her friend.friend, and she won't see him used like that. And later, when Rudy is saddened that he won't get a kiss on Valentine's Day, Louise grabs Rudy and gives him a kiss herself.
** The montage of kisses shows that even Speedo Guy managed to find love on Valentine's Day with the girl dressed as a Mermaid on a unicycle.
26th Feb '17 7:44:14 AM SFH
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* In "Bob Actually", the scene of everyone kissing their Valentine's is a combination of Awesome, Heartwarming, and Funny in the way only ''Bob's Burgers'' can deliver:
** Jimmy Jr. kisses Tina while she's on stilts and he's jumping on a trampoline. "SKY KISS!"
** From the same episode, when Louise learns that Chloe is only flirting with Regular-Sized Rudy to get test answers, she immediately stands up for him. She may not believe in Valentine's Day, but Rudy is still her friend. And later, when Rudy is saddened that he won't get a kiss on Valentine's Day, Louise grabs Rudy and gives him a kiss herself.
30th Dec '16 11:11:14 PM creader
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* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene, and Louise rocking out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]



* ''Tina'' of all people pulling a BaitAndSwitch on Louise during "Ambergris" after Louise's greed and desire to backstab Mickey have started to drive her insane, and then destroying the ambergris herself to get everyone back to their senses.



* In "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally the other tenants failed, Bob finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, and starts to claim water balloon victories left and right, as if he was channeling Archer.



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* ''Tina'' of all people pulling a BaitAndSwitch on Louise during "Ambergris" after Louise's greed and desire to backstab Mickey have started to drive her insane, and then destroying the ambergris herself to get everyone back to their senses.
* In "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally the other tenants failed, Bob finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, and starts to claim water balloon victories left and right, as if he was channeling Archer.
* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene, and Louise rocking out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]

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* ''Tina'' of all people pulling a BaitAndSwitch on Louise during "Ambergris" after Louise's greed and desire to backstab Mickey have started to drive her insane, and then destroying the ambergris herself to get everyone back to their senses.
* In "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally the other tenants failed, Bob finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, and starts to claim water balloon victories left and right, as if he was channeling Archer.
* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene, and Louise rocking out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]
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30th Dec '16 11:02:28 PM creader
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* The opening. Bob's restaurant is closed three times due to a fire, a rat infestation and a telephone pole falling on his building. Yet in spite of it all, Bob is able to re-open the restaurant each time. It's his way of saying he's ready for whatever life throws at him and his family.
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[[folder:Season 1]]
* From "Sexy Dance Fighting" -- Don't care how hard he got his ass kicked. Bob being willing to fight Jairo for his daughter (despite that he [[PottyEmergency really had to go to the bathroom]]) is awesome. In general, Bob gets pretty awesome when it comes to [[PapaWolf defending his kids' honor.]]
* Bob one-upping Jimmy in "Sheesh! Cab, Bob" by [[spoiler: threatening to reveal his adult baby fetish to the customer-filled restaurant]].
* In "Spaghetti Western and Meatballs", though he usually ignores her mean-spirited antics, Bob calling [[ManipulativeBitch Louise]] out on all her shit-stirring in that episode and telling her she's acting like a baby about him and Gene bonding, prompting her to admit why she was doing it in the first place, was very a satisfying moment.
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* Don't care how hard he got his ass kicked. Bob being willing to fight Jairo for his daughter (despite that he [[PottyEmergency really had to go to the bathroom]]) is awesome. In general, Bob gets pretty awesome when it comes to [[PapaWolf defending his kids' honor.]]
* Tina at times isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but in "Tina-Rannasaurus Wrecks," she saves her family with a little quick thinking: [[spoiler: she swipes Gene's synthesizer to record a quick sound clip of a corrupt insurance adjuster confessing to fraud, thus relieving the family from getting caught up in his blackmail scheme.]]
** She also saves the restaurant and Bob in "The Deepening" when she suggests [[spoiler:using the ice cream machine to flood the mechanical shark he's caught in and that is rapidly destroying the floor.]]
* Bob turns his yellow chaperone vest into a ''[[ImprovisedZipline makeshift zipline]]'' in "Carpe Museum."
* "Topsy" gives one to Gene, who proves his novelty-song bonafides with "Electric Love", one of the show's best musical sequences to date, without succumbing to any of his usual vices.
-->'''Bob:''' Wow, did Gene ''write'' this?

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* Don't care how hard he got his ass kicked. Bob being willing to fight Jairo for his daughter (despite In "Bad Tina", Gene and Louise discover that he [[PottyEmergency really had to go to the bathroom]]) is awesome. In general, Bob gets pretty awesome when it comes to [[PapaWolf defending his kids' honor.]]
*
Tammy farts whenever she laughs too hard. When everyone at school laughs at Tina at times isn't for reading her erotic fan fiction out loud, they turn the sharpest knife in the drawer, but in "Tina-Rannasaurus Wrecks," embarrassment on Tammy after she saves her family with a little quick thinking: [[spoiler: farts. This causes Tammy to run away as she swipes Gene's synthesizer continues to record a quick sound clip of a corrupt insurance adjuster confessing to fraud, thus relieving the family from getting caught up in his blackmail scheme.]]
** She also saves the restaurant and Bob in "The Deepening" when she suggests [[spoiler:using the ice cream machine to flood the mechanical shark he's caught in and that is rapidly destroying the floor.]]
* Bob turns his yellow chaperone vest into a ''[[ImprovisedZipline makeshift zipline]]'' in "Carpe Museum."
* "Topsy" gives one to Gene, who proves his novelty-song bonafides with "Electric Love", one of the show's best musical sequences to date, without succumbing to any of his usual vices.
-->'''Bob:''' Wow, did Gene ''write'' this?
fart.



* In "Purple Rain-Union", Gayle - freaking '''''Gayle''''' - has a CMOA with [[spoiler: her song about Derek Dimotopolus]].
* Bob pulls off one in the last act of "Bob and Deliver". After being bullied by a jealous lunchlady and fired by a pressured Mr. Frond, Bob, having inspired the children in the Home Economics class to ''finally'' love cooking, decides to stick it to the adults by raiding the cafeteria with his students and serving them all food made by the kids. For somebody who tends to be the ButtMonkey of the show, seeing him pull off a decisive victory against a group of Jerkass adults who treated him like crap was both this and a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
* Bob one-upping Jimmy in "Sheesh! Cab, Bob" by [[spoiler: threatening to reveal his adult baby fetish to the customer-filled restaurant]].
* Linda has several in "Seaplane!", from headbutting a man who was making strong unwanted advances (because she didn't want to put down her wine glass long enough to punch him), to giving said man a good piece of her mind, and then [[spoiler: landing a seaplane safely with her whole family inside, using a landing technique that she had seen exactly one time, and was extremely dangerous to begin with -- as it was designed to fake a near-miss crash landing.]]
** [[spoiler: And Bob gets some huge credit as well, for getting onto the wing of the plane and cutting a rope that would have pulled them directly into a bridge. Man, the kids got to witness some awesome out of ''both'' parents that day.]]
* The fart song from "The Frond Files" is definitely an Awesome Moment for Gene, not to mention an EarWorm. ''"It's that gas from your ass, it's the toot from your boot..."''
** Hell, all three of the kids stories are surprisingly creative and entertaining for something written by little kids. Even if Tina's went a little too... weird.
* Teddy gets several in "Uncle Teddy." He's able to win over the interest of an otherwise apathetic Gene and Louise mostly by [[MundaneMadeAwesome unclogging their drain]], shows them how to make Teddy Brulee (like s'mores, but with pretzels instead of graham crackers, and it's heated by a blowtorch) while having all sorts of fun with them. He also shows that he'd have made a good father when he firmly but fairly puts his foot down with Tina behaving badly and being dishonest and instates a pretty fair curfew for someone Tina's age. On top of that, he gets her out of trouble with a park ranger when she sneaks out after said curfew and was ditched by her [[WithFriendsLikeThese friends]]. If that wasn't enough, Teddy tells off one of the boys who ditched Tina and ''throws his moped into the ocean'' just to teach him a lesson. Damn.
* Bob and Linda both get one on the pretentious wine taster in "The Kids Rob A Train." After Bob has to endure the taster's insufferably smug attitude through a "Wine-Off", Linda pours them both a mystery drink in the final round. Bob instantly guesses what it is, and the wine taster flops miserably on it. Once Linda reveals what it is, the wine taster immediately gets the wind knocked out of his sails. What does it turn out to be? [[spoiler: The wine in the spit bucket! Turns out Bob recognized the taste because he drank out of the spitbucket in a bar once]]
** And from the same episode, the Belcher kids (and Regular-Sized Rudy) actually rob a train! Of a huge stash of chocolate! Which they then manage to hide from searchers in the most ingenious way possible -- [[spoiler: on the roof of the train. Ultimately they end up being drenched in a rain of melted chocolate, which is just fantastic.]] Note that to pull this escapade off, they had to find a way out of and into a room that was always locked except for a minute or so on the hour when there was someone to monitor them, and at one point even have to jump onto the back of a moving train to get back inside. This is especially awesome, as they ended up screwing over the insufferable wine attendant who forced the kids into a boring "rec room" at the back of the train.

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[[folder:Season 3]]
* In "Purple Rain-Union", Gayle - freaking '''''Gayle''''' - has a CMOA with [[spoiler: her song about Derek Dimotopolus]].
*
Tina saving the restaurant and Bob pulls off one in "The Deepening" when she suggests [[spoiler:using the last act of "Bob ice cream machine to flood the mechanical shark he's caught in and Deliver". After being bullied by a jealous lunchlady and fired by a pressured Mr. Frond, Bob, having inspired the children in the Home Economics class to ''finally'' love cooking, decides to stick it to the adults by raiding the cafeteria with his students and serving them all food made by the kids. For somebody who tends to be the ButtMonkey of the show, seeing him pull off a decisive victory against a group of Jerkass adults who treated him like crap was both this and a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
* Bob one-upping Jimmy in "Sheesh! Cab, Bob" by [[spoiler: threatening to reveal his adult baby fetish to the customer-filled restaurant]].
* Linda has several in "Seaplane!", from headbutting a man who was making strong unwanted advances (because she didn't want to put down her wine glass long enough to punch him), to giving said man a good piece of her mind, and then [[spoiler: landing a seaplane safely with her whole family inside, using a landing technique
that she had seen exactly one time, and was extremely dangerous to begin with -- as it was designed to fake a near-miss crash landing.is rapidly destroying the floor.]]
** * Tina at times isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer, but in "Tina-Rannasaurus Wrecks," she saves her family with a little quick thinking: [[spoiler: And Bob gets some huge credit as well, for she swipes Gene's synthesizer to record a quick sound clip of a corrupt insurance adjuster confessing to fraud, thus relieving the family from getting onto the wing of the plane and cutting a rope that would have pulled them directly into a bridge. Man, the kids got to witness some awesome out of ''both'' parents that day.]]
* The fart song from "The Frond Files" is definitely an Awesome Moment for Gene, not to mention an EarWorm. ''"It's that gas from your ass, it's the toot from your boot..."''
** Hell, all three of the kids stories are surprisingly creative and entertaining for something written by little kids. Even if Tina's went a little too... weird.
* Teddy gets several
caught up in "Uncle Teddy." He's able to win over the interest of an otherwise apathetic Gene and Louise mostly by [[MundaneMadeAwesome unclogging their drain]], shows them how to make Teddy Brulee (like s'mores, but with pretzels instead of graham crackers, and it's heated by a blowtorch) while having all sorts of fun with them. He also shows that he'd have made a good father when he firmly but fairly puts his foot down with Tina behaving badly and being dishonest and instates a pretty fair curfew for someone Tina's age. On top of that, he gets her out of trouble with a park ranger when she sneaks out after said curfew and was ditched by her [[WithFriendsLikeThese friends]]. If that wasn't enough, Teddy tells off one of the boys who ditched Tina and ''throws his moped into the ocean'' just to teach him a lesson. Damn.
* Bob and Linda both get one on the pretentious wine taster in "The Kids Rob A Train." After Bob has to endure the taster's insufferably smug attitude through a "Wine-Off", Linda pours them both a mystery drink in the final round. Bob instantly guesses what it is, and the wine taster flops miserably on it. Once Linda reveals what it is, the wine taster immediately gets the wind knocked out of his sails. What does it turn out to be? [[spoiler: The wine in the spit bucket! Turns out Bob recognized the taste because he drank out of the spitbucket in a bar once]]
** And from the same episode, the Belcher kids (and Regular-Sized Rudy) actually rob a train! Of a huge stash of chocolate! Which they then manage to hide from searchers in the most ingenious way possible -- [[spoiler: on the roof of the train. Ultimately they end up being drenched in a rain of melted chocolate, which is just fantastic.]] Note that to pull this escapade off, they had to find a way out of and into a room that was always locked except for a minute or so on the hour when there was someone to monitor them, and at one point even have to jump onto the back of a moving train to get back inside. This is especially awesome, as they ended up screwing over the insufferable wine attendant who forced the kids into a boring "rec room" at the back of the train.
blackmail scheme.]]



* "Topsy" gives one to Gene, who proves his novelty-song bonafides with "Electric Love", one of the show's best musical sequences to date, without succumbing to any of his usual vices.
-->'''Bob:''' Wow, did Gene ''write'' this?
* The epic dance off between Jimmy Jr. and Josh in "Two For Tina". Break-dancing vs classical ballet never looked so epic.
* Bob turns his yellow chaperone vest into a ''[[ImprovisedZipline makeshift zipline]]'' in "Carpe Museum."
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[[folder:Season 4]]
* Linda has several in "Seaplane!", from headbutting a man who was making strong unwanted advances (because she didn't want to put down her wine glass long enough to punch him), to giving said man a good piece of her mind, and then [[spoiler: landing a seaplane safely with her whole family inside, using a landing technique that she had seen exactly one time, and was extremely dangerous to begin with -- as it was designed to fake a near-miss crash landing.]]
** [[spoiler: And Bob gets some huge credit as well, for getting onto the wing of the plane and cutting a rope that would have pulled them directly into a bridge. Man, the kids got to witness some awesome out of ''both'' parents that day.]]
* In "Purple Rain-Union", Gayle - freaking '''''Gayle''''' - has a CMOA with [[spoiler: her song about Derek Dimotopolus]].
* Bob pulls off one in the last act of "Bob and Deliver". After being bullied by a jealous lunchlady and fired by a pressured Mr. Frond, Bob, having inspired the children in the Home Economics class to ''finally'' love cooking, decides to stick it to the adults by raiding the cafeteria with his students and serving them all food made by the kids. For somebody who tends to be the ButtMonkey of the show, seeing him pull off a decisive victory against a group of Jerkass adults who treated him like crap was both this and a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
* The fart song from "The Frond Files" is definitely an Awesome Moment for Gene, not to mention an EarWorm. ''"It's that gas from your ass, it's the toot from your boot..."''
** Hell, all three of the kids stories are surprisingly creative and entertaining for something written by little kids. Even if Tina's went a little too... weird.
* Teddy gets several in "Uncle Teddy." He's able to win over the interest of an otherwise apathetic Gene and Louise mostly by [[MundaneMadeAwesome unclogging their drain]], shows them how to make Teddy Brulee (like s'mores, but with pretzels instead of graham crackers, and it's heated by a blowtorch) while having all sorts of fun with them. He also shows that he'd have made a good father when he firmly but fairly puts his foot down with Tina behaving badly and being dishonest and instates a pretty fair curfew for someone Tina's age. On top of that, he gets her out of trouble with a park ranger when she sneaks out after said curfew and was ditched by her [[WithFriendsLikeThese friends]]. If that wasn't enough, Teddy tells off one of the boys who ditched Tina and ''throws his moped into the ocean'' just to teach him a lesson. Damn.
* Bob and Linda both get one on the pretentious wine taster in "The Kids Rob A Train." After Bob has to endure the taster's insufferably smug attitude through a "Wine-Off", Linda pours them both a mystery drink in the final round. Bob instantly guesses what it is, and the wine taster flops miserably on it. Once Linda reveals what it is, the wine taster immediately gets the wind knocked out of his sails. What does it turn out to be? [[spoiler: The wine in the spit bucket! Turns out Bob recognized the taste because he drank out of the spitbucket in a bar once]]
** And from the same episode, the Belcher kids (and Regular-Sized Rudy) actually rob a train! Of a huge stash of chocolate! Which they then manage to hide from searchers in the most ingenious way possible -- [[spoiler: on the roof of the train. Ultimately they end up being drenched in a rain of melted chocolate, which is just fantastic.]] Note that to pull this escapade off, they had to find a way out of and into a room that was always locked except for a minute or so on the hour when there was someone to monitor them, and at one point even have to jump onto the back of a moving train to get back inside. This is especially awesome, as they ended up screwing over the insufferable wine attendant who forced the kids into a boring "rec room" at the back of the train.



* ''Tina'' of all people pulling a BaitAndSwitch on Louise during "Ambergris" after Louise's greed and desire to backstab Mickey have started to drive her insane, and then destroying the ambergris herself to get everyone back to their senses.



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[[folder:Season 5]]



* In "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally the other tenants failed, Bob finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, and starts to claim water balloon victories left and right, as if he was channeling Archer.
* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene, and Louise rocking out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]

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* In "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally As much of a BaseBreakingCharacter as Linda can be, "Eat, Spray, Linda" has this. It's her birthday, the other tenants failed, Bob least favorite day of the year for her, and she ends up receiving rude treatment at a grocery store (for rightly calling out a woman taking up the line that shoved her way forward who was getting chalk for a chalk drawing event), locking her purse (containing her keys and cell phone) in the car, getting gum in her hair, having a skunk spray her TWICE, breaking her glasses, and getting lost. She gets some much deserved revenge on the rude lady from the supermarket at her chalk event, where she goads the woman to anger by dancing over the chalk drawings and deliberately wiping them away. She even gets the lady to mess them up herself in her anger as she is chasing Linda. To top it off, she finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, makes it home, and starts to claim water balloon victories left she admits that it was the best birthday ever and right, as if he was channeling Archer.
* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene, and Louise rocking out with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]
wants it to be a tradition.
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[[folder:Season 6]]



* In "Spaghetti Western and Meatballs", though he usually ignores her mean-spirited antics, Bob calling [[ManipulativeBitch Louise]] out on all her shit-stirring in that episode and telling her she's acting like a baby about him and Gene bonding, prompting her to admit why she was doing it in the first place, was very a satisfying moment.



* In "Bad Tina", Gene and Louise discover that Tammy farts whenever she laughs too hard. When everyone at school laughs at Tina for reading her erotic fan fiction out loud, they turn the embarrassment on Tammy after she farts. This causes Tammy to run away as she continues to fart.
* As much of a BaseBreakingCharacter as Linda can be, "Eat, Spray, Linda" has this. It's her birthday, the least favorite day of the year for her, and she ends up receiving rude treatment at a grocery store (for rightly calling out a woman taking up the line that shoved her way forward who was getting chalk for a chalk drawing event), locking her purse (containing her keys and cell phone) in the car, getting gum in her hair, having a skunk spray her TWICE, breaking her glasses, and getting lost. She gets some much deserved revenge on the rude lady from the supermarket at her chalk event, where she goads the woman to anger by dancing over the chalk drawings and deliberately wiping them away. She even gets the lady to mess them up herself in her anger as she is chasing Linda. To top it off, she finally makes it home, and she admits that it was the best birthday ever and wants it to be a tradition.
* The opening. Bob's restaurant is closed three times due to a fire, a rat infestation and a telephone pole falling on his building. Yet in spite of it all, Bob is able to re-open the restaurant each time. It's his way of saying he's ready for whatever life throws at him and his family.
* The epic dance off between Jimmy Jr. and Josh in "Two For Tina". Break-dancing vs classical ballet never looked so epic.

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[[folder:Season 7]]
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* ''Tina'' of all people pulling a BaitAndSwitch on Louise during "Ambergris" after Louise's greed and desire to backstab Mickey have started to drive her insane, and then destroying the ambergris herself to get everyone back to their senses.
* In "Bad Tina", Gene "The Oeder Games", after all attempts to rally the other tenants failed, Bob finally plays Mr. Fischoeder's game, and starts to claim water balloon victories left and right, as if he was channeling Archer.
* Can't forget the awesome music video of Tina, Gene,
and Louise discover that Tammy farts whenever she laughs too hard. When everyone at school laughs at Tina for reading her erotic fan fiction rocking out loud, they turn the embarrassment on Tammy after she farts. This causes Tammy to run away as she continues to fart.
* As much of a BaseBreakingCharacter as Linda can be, "Eat, Spray, Linda" has this. It's her birthday, the least favorite day of the year for her, and she ends up receiving rude treatment at a grocery store (for rightly calling out a woman taking up the line that shoved her way forward who was getting chalk for a chalk drawing event), locking her purse (containing her keys and cell phone) in the car, getting gum in her hair, having a skunk spray her TWICE, breaking her glasses, and getting lost. She gets some much deserved revenge on the rude lady from the supermarket at her chalk event, where she goads the woman to anger by dancing over the chalk drawings and deliberately wiping them away. She even gets the lady to mess them up herself in her anger as she is chasing Linda. To top it off, she finally makes it home, and she admits that it was the best birthday ever and wants it to be a tradition.
* The opening. Bob's restaurant is closed three times due to a fire, a rat infestation and a telephone pole falling on his building. Yet in spite of it all, Bob is able to re-open the restaurant each time. It's his way of saying he's ready for whatever life throws at him and his family.
* The epic dance off between Jimmy Jr. and Josh in "Two For Tina". Break-dancing vs classical ballet never looked so epic.
with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc1htX3q-F0 SLEATER-KINNEY!!!]]
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* The opening. Bob's restaurant is closed three times due to a fire, a rat infestation and a telephone pole falling on his building. Yet in spite of it all, Bob is able to re-open the restaurant each time. It's his way of saying he's ready for whatever life throws at him and his family.

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* The opening. Bob's restaurant is closed three times due to a fire, a rat infestation and a telephone pole falling on his building. Yet in spite of it all, Bob is able to re-open the restaurant each time. It's his way of saying he's ready for whatever life throws at him and his family.family.
* The epic dance off between Jimmy Jr. and Josh in "Two For Tina". Break-dancing vs classical ballet never looked so epic.
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