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* MurderIsTheBestSolution: While trying to figure out how to drum up more business for the Super Bowl, Bob talks to himself [[CompanionCube through a zucchini]] that he should kill Jimmy Pesto. Bob looked like he was really going to go through with it before deciding to go with the commercial


Bob tries to make a commercial for Superbowl Sunday to out-do Jimmy Pesto. But after a botched attempt to do a commercial starring his family, Bob incurs his family's ire by hiring an ex-NFL star who's willing to work for cheap to do a new commercial.

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Bob tries to make a commercial for Superbowl Sunday to out-do Jimmy Pesto. But after a botched attempt to do a commercial starring his family, Bob incurs his family's their ire by hiring an ex-NFL star who's willing to work for cheap to do a new commercial.



* AngryDance: After Bob scraps the commercial featuring his family for one revolving around Sandy "Can-Can" Frye, the kids start angrily doing the Can-Can to spite their father. Linda starts doing it as well, and Bob gets caught up in the moment and joins in up until he gets a leg cramp.



* JerkAss: Jimmy is a bigger one than usual here.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After spending the whole episode being a bigger jerk than usual to Bob, he gets comeuppance when Gene clogs up one of his restaurant toilets and floods the whole building, forcing him to shut down for the rest of the day.

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* JerkAss: Jimmy is a bigger one than usual here.
KitschyLocalCommercial: The production values in Bob's commercial are pretty cheap, especially the first attempt.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After spending the whole episode being a bigger jerk than usual to Bob, he Jimmy Pesto gets comeuppance when Gene clogs up one of his restaurant restaurant's toilets and floods the whole building, forcing him to shut down for the rest of the day.


Bob wrangles an ex-NFL player to make a commercial for Superbowl Sunday.

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Bob wrangles an ex-NFL player tries to make a commercial for Superbowl Sunday.Sunday to out-do Jimmy Pesto. But after a botched attempt to do a commercial starring his family, Bob incurs his family's ire by hiring an ex-NFL star who's willing to work for cheap to do a new commercial.



* CloudCuckoolander: Sandy is a little bit kooky.

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* CloudCuckoolander: Sandy Frye is a little bit kooky.



* JerkAss: Jimmy is a bigger one than usual here. However...
* KarmaHoudini: Subverted for Jimmy at the end. After spending the whole episode being a bigger jerk than usual to Bob, he gets comeuppance when Gene clogs up one of his restaurant toilets and floods the whole building, forcing him to shut down for the rest of the day.

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* JerkAss: Jimmy is a bigger one than usual here. However...
here.
* KarmaHoudini: Subverted for Jimmy at the end. LaserGuidedKarma: After spending the whole episode being a bigger jerk than usual to Bob, he gets comeuppance when Gene clogs up one of his restaurant toilets and floods the whole building, forcing him to shut down for the rest of the day.day.
* PlagiarismInFiction: Jimmy Pesto steals Bob's idea to do a local commercial for the Super Bowl, thanks to Sandy blabbing about it over appetizers at Jimmy's restaurant. And [[VillainWithGoodPublicity because everyone likes Jimmy more than Bob]], ''Bob'' is the one accused of ripping off Jimmy.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Bob declares that the restaurant will have its own Superbowl party for people who want good food, Tina suggests they can order Thai. Bob tells her he meant serve their burgers.


* CloudCuckoolander: Sandy is a little bit kooky.

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* CloudCuckoolander: Sandy is a little bit kooky.kooky.
* JerkAss: Jimmy is a bigger one than usual here. However...
* KarmaHoudini: Subverted for Jimmy at the end. After spending the whole episode being a bigger jerk than usual to Bob, he gets comeuppance when Gene clogs up one of his restaurant toilets and floods the whole building, forcing him to shut down for the rest of the day.

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Bob wrangles an ex-NFL player to make a commercial for Superbowl Sunday.
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* CloudCuckoolander: Sandy is a little bit kooky.

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