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 GREAT IMPROVEMENT
The second season of Bob’s Burger follows the same theme and explore a far more wider storylines than the first season. It’s the season that introduces robber Mike, Zeke, detective Bronco, dentist Yap, Tammy and more. The story is often simple but some of the episodes goes far more deeper than other. We get more Tina-focused episodes. Season 2 of the show premiered in 2012 and features a total of 9 episodes. This season is just as entertaining and hilarious as the first, with the writers continuing to deliver witty humor and quirky characters.
One of the standout episodes from the season is “Bad Tina,” which centers around the Belcher children’s school dance. Tina, the eldest daughter, finds herself in a rebellious phase, which leads to some hilarious and awkward situations. Another great episode is “Bob Day Afternoon,” in which Bob’s restaurant is taken over by a group of bank robbers. The episode is a clever parody of the classic film “Dog Day Afternoon” and is filled with laughs and suspense. It’s also brilliantly guest-starred by Bill Hader.
The characters themselves continue to be the heart of the show. Bob, the patriarch of the family, is as lovable as ever, and his interactions with his wife Linda are always amusing. The three children – Tina, Gene, and Louise – continue to be a highlight, each with their own unique quirks and personalities. The voice acting is also top-notch, with the cast delivering their lines with perfect comedic timing.
Overall, season 2 of Bob’s Burgers is just as enjoyable as the first. The show continues to deliver clever humor, unique storylines, and memorable characters. It’s keeps the same quality as the first, that’s even when it’s just nine episodes. It’s a must-watch for anyone who loves adult animation.