At one point, due to his Dad banning him from playing Hack Master, Bob has to resort to various lies in order to join the Knights, at one point having to fake having a job because his Dad's watching him (see the Crowning Moment of Funny page). When it becomes clear that he's in danger of being caught, Brian and Dave come to his aid to make sure he can continue gaming.
Brian: I think we owe you an apology, Bob. We've let you down! In the game we've always been a team - us against the world! But we've been letting you fight a lonely battle in your efforts to just make it to the game each week. Tonight that changes. From now on, we're going to face that challenge as a team!
When Bob, Dave, and Brian attend a Garycon when B.A. and Sara couldn't go, the trio pick up a present for B.A.: a copy of Dawg the Roleplaying Game, an Indy RPG B.A. produced some years ago which was destroyed by reviewers. The trio actually think it's a really good game, and want him to run a few sessions for them. Considering B.A. usually ends up the Butt Monkey of the Knight's antics, it's really nice to see them showing him some kindness and appreciation.
Bob mentions that they found it in a box of "crappy games" that one of the dealers was trying to unload cheap, but this appears to be cluelessness rather than a deliberate attempt to be insulting.
After Sara finds out that Troy's Boys just wanted her to provide a mixed-gender group bonus at an upcoming tournament, she walks out on them and decides to re-join the Knights. Bob and Dave start gleefully describing the humiliatinginitiation ceremony to let her back in... until Brian shouts them down and informs them that they'll either let Sara rejoin without any of that crap or else answer to him.