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* IThoughtYouSaid: Linda is appealed when Tina says that a bunch of seaman fell on the floor, until she realizes Tina meant sailors, but by then Tina is asking what Linda thought she meant.

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* IThoughtYouSaid: Linda is appealed when Tina says that a bunch of seaman fell on the floor, until she realizes Tina meant sailors, but by then Tina is asking what Linda thought she meant.


->'''Bob:''' What was the deal with the broken bed? Why were they there?

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->'''Bob:''' What was the deal with the broken bed? Why were they there?there?\\

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"This is the weirdest Valentine's Day ever."'']]

->'''Bob:''' What was the deal with the broken bed? Why were they there?
'''Tina:''' Beds break okay? It's part of life. Grow up!



* AuthorFilibuster: Each of the Belcher kids' stories have piles of dirty laundry as obstacles for the lovers (Linda and Bob's argument that morning was about Bob leaving his clothes on the floor) and have them saved by broken beds, which is followed by either the narrator or the characters talking about how great they are (in the hopes that it makes Bob and Linda forgive them for breaking their bed). When Louise tells her story, Bob is already anticipating this, so [[RuleOfThree she foregoes the broken bed]] and instead has the Queen talking about how great buying a new bed is.

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* AuthorFilibuster: Each of the Belcher kids' stories have piles of dirty laundry as obstacles for the lovers (Linda and Bob's argument that morning was about Bob leaving his clothes on the floor) and have them saved by broken beds, which is followed by either the narrator or the characters talking about how great they are (in the hopes that it makes Bob and Linda forgive them for breaking their Gene's bed). When Louise tells her story, Bob is already anticipating this, so [[RuleOfThree she foregoes the broken bed]] and instead has the Queen talking about how great buying a new bed is.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: The British do use miles per hour instead of kilometers.


* AuthorFilibuster: Each of the Belcher kids' stories have piles of dirty laundry as obstacles for the lovers (Linda and Bob's argument that morning was about Bob leaving his clothes on the floor) and have them saved by broken beds, which is followed by either the narrator or the characters talking about how great they are (in the hopes that it makes Bob and Linda forgive them for breaking their bed). When Louise tells her story, Bob is already anticipating this, so she foregoes the broken bed and instead has the Queen talking about how great buying a new bed is.

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* AuthorFilibuster: Each of the Belcher kids' stories have piles of dirty laundry as obstacles for the lovers (Linda and Bob's argument that morning was about Bob leaving his clothes on the floor) and have them saved by broken beds, which is followed by either the narrator or the characters talking about how great they are (in the hopes that it makes Bob and Linda forgive them for breaking their bed). When Louise tells her story, Bob is already anticipating this, so [[RuleOfThree she foregoes the broken bed bed]] and instead has the Queen talking about how great buying a new bed is.


* InnocentInnuendo: When a wave hits the cruise ship in Tina's story, she talks about "tons of sea men spilling all over the deck." When Bob calls her out on this, she genuinely has no idea what it sounds like.

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* InnocentInnuendo: When a wave hits the cruise ship in Tina's story, she talks about "tons of sea men spilling all over the deck." When Bob Linda calls her out on this, she genuinely has no idea what it sounds like.

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: The kids' grasp of what London is like is spotty at best. The most egregious example is on Tina's version, where a ship is hit by a giant wave on the river Thames; even Linda, who is game for everything else, isn't on board with that one.
* AuthorFilibuster: Each of the Belcher kids' stories have piles of dirty laundry as obstacles for the lovers (Linda and Bob's argument that morning was about Bob leaving his clothes on the floor) and have them saved by broken beds, which is followed by either the narrator or the characters talking about how great they are (in the hopes that it makes Bob and Linda forgive them for breaking their bed). When Louise tells her story, Bob is already anticipating this, so she foregoes the broken bed and instead has the Queen talking about how great buying a new bed is.
* InnocentInnuendo: When a wave hits the cruise ship in Tina's story, she talks about "tons of sea men spilling all over the deck." When Bob calls her out on this, she genuinely has no idea what it sounds like.
* LiteralMinded: Gene's story has a Beefeater literally eating a piece of beef. It also has the bus avoiding a huge tube on the road, his misinterpretation of what [[UsefulNotes/LondonUnderground the London Tube]] is.


* RandomEventsPlot: The kids version of the movie is all over the place.

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* MissingTheGoodStuff: The movie screening is stopped just as the princess and the tour guide were about to kiss, because of a small fire in the theater. The rest of the episode is the Belcher children making their own version of the ending for Bob and Linda.
* RandomEventsPlot: The kids version of the movie is all over the place.place.
* WholePlotReference: Each kid's version of the ending takes its plot from another movie.
** Gene's version becomes a parody of ''Film/{{Speed}}'', with a double decker bus that has an exploding scone that will go off if the bus goes under 50 miles an hour.
** Tina's version eventually turns into a retelling of ''Film/Titanic1997''.
** Louise's version is about the couple's argument forming a "[[Film/{{Sharknado}} laundry-nado]]".

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When a movie outing fails to end a Valentines Day argument between Bob and Linda, the kids spin their version of the movie to try and end it.
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* RandomEventsPlot: The kids version of the movie is all over the place.

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