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Recap / Bobs Burger S 6 E 16 Bye Bye Boo Boo

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When a newly solo Boo Boo holds a contest to ride a roller coaster with him, Louise ropes a despondent Tina into helping her win it.


  • Armor-Piercing Slap: Boo Boo doesn't remember Louise until she smacks him again.
  • Description Cut: Louise says they need some "cold-blooded mercenaries" who "will do anything for the right price" to join their Boo Crew. Cut to Andy and Ollie Pesto fooling around at the water fountain.
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  • Elmer Fudd Syndrome: Krissy speaks with this type of voice for some reason.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Robin ends up warning Tina and Louise about Krissy's plan because he was a fan of Boo Boo.
  • Guilty Pleasures: In-universe, Louise is mortified that she's still obsessed with Boo Boo (especially since all the other Boyz 4 Now fans hate him for breaking up the band), and part of the plot is her getting over that shame.
  • Hope Spot: The Belchers seem to be collecting a lot of signatures, only to still lose to Krissy's group.
  • The Napoleon: Boo Boo's height insecurity follows him into solo stardom. His album is even titled "Tall Enough To Ride Your Heart".
  • Noodle Incident: Boo Boo, when referring to Allen and Griffin, simply states "You know what you did", hinting that something went down between the group members and that Boo Boo holds resentment towards the others.
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  • Precision F-Strike: Tina's reaction to hearing that Boyz 4 Now have broken up.
    "Son of a BITCH!"
  • The Scrappy: In-Universe, Boo Boo received the hate of most Boyz 4 Now fans since he was the one who wanted to end the band.
  • Serious Business: The Boyz 4 Now fanclub takes the entire situation a trifle bit seriously.
  • Shout-Out: The title is one to Bye Bye Birdie.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: Louise doesn't have dreams about Boo Boo ever.
  • Vomit Discretion Shot: Krissy and her Boo Crew after Louise convinces them not to puke on Boo Boo.

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