Title: Bob’s Burgers
Runtime: 22 min/ Episode
Creators: Loren Bouchard & Jim Dauterive
Starring: H. Jon Benjamin, Eugene Mirman, John Roberts
Bob Belcher runs his dream restaurant with his wife and three children as their last hope of holding the family together.
A SOLID START
Bob’s Burgers Season 1 is a delightful and charming animated series that follows the daily adventures of the Belcher family as they run their struggling burger restaurant. The show’s quirky sense of humor and quirky characters make for an enjoyable viewing experience.
One of the strengths of the series is the lovable characters. Bob is a devoted father and husband who struggles to keep his restaurant afloat while dealing with the eccentricities of his family. His wife, Linda, is a bubbly and enthusiastic woman who is always trying to make the best of every situation. Their three children, Tina, Gene, and Louise are each unique and hilarious in their own way.
The show’s writing is also commendable, with each episode featuring a new and interesting storyline that keeps the audience engaged. The humor is witty and clever, with jokes that range from subtle wordplay to slapstick physical comedy. Despite its strengths, however, Bob’s Burgers Season 1 does have some weaknesses. The animation style may not be to everyone’s taste, as it is more simplistic compared to other animated series. Some of the jokes may also be hit or miss, with some viewers finding them too corny or predictable. Tina is propably the most boring, un-developed character of the series in a comedy sense, compared to the children
At least is not nauseous like what Family Guy is forcing on you. It’s far more character-driven story and doesn’t have unneccesary cutaway with horrible storylines and cheesy violent-drama where only Stewie and Brian is the prominent character of the whole show. There’s some similiarities with Koala Man as well with odd, yet funny strange character.
Bob’s Burgers Season 1 is a highly entertaining and enjoyable series that is perfect for those looking for a lighthearted and funny show to watch. While it may not be for everyone, its lovable characters and clever writing make it a must-watch for fans of animated comedy.
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