While filling in as the substitute home-ec teacher, Bob turns the class into a booming restaurant. Meanwhile, Linda gives Teddy some dancing lessons in preparation for an upcoming wedding.
- Brutal Honesty: Mr. Frond once more shows off what an insensitive prick he is when he explains to Bob that Home-Ec is regarded as a dumping ground for "Dumdums."
- Chekhov's Gag: Tina's half-assed attempt at metalworking comes in handy when they need a replacement bolt for one of the wheels on the food cart as they're trying to get to the cafeteria.
- Cool Teacher: Bob becomes this is in a short amount of time.
- Failed Attempt at Drama: The representative of Caf Co. has a meeting with Bob in his car, which has the tension cut by Bob awkwardly trying to climb into and out of the backseat.
- Hash House Lingo: Bob gets Gene and Louise to work in the Home-Ec-staurant, with Gene serving as a waiter.Gene: Give me a bald Kelly Ripa in a canoe with a brick!
Zeke: Chicken taco, no sour cream, plus a brownie — you got it!
Gene: Really? I didn't even know what I meant.
- I'll Never Tell You What I'm Telling You!: Mr. Frond tells Tina that he can't say exactly why the former Home Economics teacher went on disability, then immediately says it was because of drug addiction.
- Jerkass: Hildy the lunch lady, who flips Bob off for no reason, and this is before Bob opens the restaurant and starts stealing her business.
- The Name Is Bond, James Bond: Mr. Frond does this at the beginning when showing off his new martini glass set.Frond: The names Frond, James Frond. I have a license to counsel.Louise: Double-Oh-So-Sad.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Tina leaves Home-Ec when she feels that Bob is not appreciating her and joins shop class.
- Shout-Out: The Burger of the Day is the "Edward James Olive-most Burger."
- Supreme Chef: Zeke of all students has what Bob calls a "perfect palette". Which enables him to become a borderline gourmet chef in the span of days.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: Mr. Frond tells Bob that the underachieving students are in Home-Ec because it's not like they can put meds in their milk...anymore.
- Whole Plot Reference: To Dead Poets Society, right down to the kids standing on their desks in support of their teacher. The title is also derived from Stand and Deliver.
- Would Hurt a Child: Hildy the lunch lady gets so pissed off when she learns about the "Home Ec-staurant" that she uses her tongs to grab the nose of the poor kid who mentioned it to her and starts screaming at him before she regains composure.