Bob's Burgers (season 7)
|Bob's Burgers (season 7)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||22|
|Original release||September 25, 2016– June 11, 2017|
On October 7, 2015, the series was renewed for a seventh production cycle, which premiered during the seventh broadcast season.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|108||1||"Flu-ouise"||Tyree Dillihay||Nora Smith||September 25, 2016||6ASA11||2.60|
|Louise comes down with the flu and has a Wizard of Oz-esque fever dream involving a disfigured Kuchi Kopi and her toys, who have the voices of her family.|
|109||2||"Sea Me Now"||Chris Song||Dan Fybel||October 9, 2016||6ASA07||2.79|
|Teddy tries to impress his ex-wife, Denise, when the Belchers accompany him for a ride on his newly restored boat. Meanwhile, Tina takes care of Bob's restaurant eraser, in an attempt to get her own cell phone.|
|110||3||"Teen-a Witch"||Chris Song||Holly Schlesinger||October 23, 2016||6ASA13||3.01|
|Tina seeks Mr. Ambrose's help in competing against Tammy in the Halloween costume contest. Meanwhile, Bob tries to figure out who is stealing his pumpkins.|
|111||4||"They Serve Horses, Don't They?"||Tyree Dillihay||Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu||November 6, 2016||6ASA08||2.42|
|The Belchers find themselves in a full-blown investigation when Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on their orders.|
|112||5||"Large Brother, Where Fart Thou?"||Chris Song||Lizzie Molyneux & Wendy Molyneux||November 20, 2016||6ASA10||2.35|
|Gene and Louise are on their own when a mishap sends Tina to detention, while Bob and Linda get into trouble with their accountant.|
|113||6||"The Quirkducers"||Mauricio Pardo||Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu||November 20, 2016||6ASA16||2.46|
|Gene and Louise decide to sabotage the annual Thanksgiving play to save their long weekend, but Tina provides her fan fiction as the subject matter, leading the kids to work on their own version. Meanwhile, Linda finds a potato that resembles her deceased grandfather.|
|114||7||"The Last Gingerbread House on the Left"||Chris Song||Nora Smith||November 27, 2016||6ASA18||2.44|
|Bob gets involved in a gingerbread house competition when Mr. Fischoeder asks him to bring food to his house. Meanwhile, Linda and Teddy take the kids caroling to spread holiday cheer.|
|115||8||"Ex Mach Tina"||Brian Loschiavo||Greg Thompson||January 8, 2017||6ASA09||3.58|
|When Tina hurts her ankle, she is offered a chance to try a new technology that allows her to telecommute to school. Meanwhile, Bob gets a banjo and tries to find his perfect "banjo moment".|
|116||9||"Bob Actually"||Chris Song||Steven Davis & Kelvin Yu||February 12, 2017||6ASA22||1.67|
|As Valentine's Day approaches, the kids find themselves in love-caused chaos. Meanwhile, Bob attempts to impress Linda with a romantic gesture.|
|117||10||"There's No Business Like Mr. Business Business"||Tyree Dillihay||Lizzie Molyneux & Wendy Molyneux||February 19, 2017||6ASA15||1.97|
|When Bob finds out that Linda has secured a pet agent to fund the showbiz career of Gayle's cat, Mr. Business, he attempts to help the cat in getting his big break. Meanwhile, Gene and Tina secretly become obsessed with eating cat food.|
|118||11||"A Few 'Gurt Men"||Tyree Dillihay||Jon Schroeder||March 5, 2017||6ASA19||1.77|
|Louise must defend one of her biggest foes during a mock-trial at Wagstaff. Meanwhile, Bob teams up with Jimmy Pesto to oust a regular food-scammer.|
|119||12||"Like Gene for Chocolate"||Brian Loschiavo||Rich Rinaldi||March 12, 2017||6ASA12||1.82|
|When Gene finds out that the formula for his favorite chocolate has changed, he attempts to resolve the situation with the company's head. Meanwhile, Bob gets involved in one of Teddy's not-so-perfect plans.|
|120||13||"The Grand Mama-Pest Hotel"||Chris Song||Scott Jacobson||March 19, 2017||6ASA14||1.93|
|After seeing Tina make a new friend, Linda begins invading her space at a heroine conference. Meanwhile, Gene and Louise give Bob the bachelor party he never had.|
|121||14||"Aquaticism"||Brian Loschiavo||Dan Fybel||March 26, 2017||6ASA17||1.86|
|When Tina learns that the Touch n' Sea Aquarium is in danger of shutting down, Gene and Louise decide to help her come up with a plan to save it. Meanwhile, Bob finds himself learning a few things from Linda's customer service skills.|
|122||15||"Ain't Miss Debatin'"||Mauricio Pardo||Greg Thompson||March 26, 2017||6ASA20||1.86|
|Tina unexpectedly finds success and a relationship with Henry when she is recruited by Wagstaff's debate team. Meanwhile, Gene and Louise convince Bob and Linda to help fund their stop-motion film.|
|123||16||"Eggs for Days"||Brian Loschiavo||Lizzie Molyneux & Wendy Molyneux||April 2, 2017||6ASA21||1.52|
|Bob and Linda's Easter egg hunt for the kids goes wrong when a missing egg becomes rotten and stinks up their apartment.|
|124||17||"Zero Larp Thirty"||Tyree Dillihay||Rich Rinaldi||April 23, 2017||7ASA01||1.58|
|Linda wins a dream weekend at the house where her favorite TV show is filmed, but her trip does not go as planned. Meanwhile, Teddy looks after the kids, but his bad back forces him to stay on the floor.|
|125||18||"The Laser-inth"||Mauricio Pardo||Scott Jacobson||April 23, 2017||7ASA02||1.88|
|Gene goes with Bob to the planetarium's final rock-and-roll laser show. Meanwhile, Linda, Louise, and Tina go out to dinner at a wacky restaurant, where Louise has a revelation.|
|126||19||"Thelma & Louise Except Thelma is Linda"||Brian Loschiavo||Jon Schroeder||April 30, 2017||7ASA03||1.59|
|After Louise gets in trouble at school, Linda is forced to choose between following Wagstaff's policy or her own moral code. Meanwhile, Bob finds himself alone when Teddy decides to help a bunch of cyclists.|
|127||20||"Mom, Lies, and Videotapes"||Chris Song||Dan Fybel||May 7, 2017||7ASA04||2.02|
|Linda comes down with a cold and cannot attend the Mother's Day show at Wagstaff, so the kids decide to put on their version of the pageant for her when Bob's camcorder malfunctions.|
|128||21||"Paraders of the Lost Float"||Bernard Derriman||Steven Davis||May 21, 2017||7ASA05||1.61|
|With the promise of an easy win, Teddy persuades Bob to enter the Bog to Beach parade float contest, despite the rainy weather that will occur on the day of the parade.|
|129||22||"Into the Mild"||Tyree Dillihay||Kelvin Yu||June 11, 2017||7ASA06||1.52|
|When Bob finally realizes his dream of becoming an outdoorsman, he ends up locked in a wilderness equipment store overnight with its owner, Austin. Meanwhile, Linda and the kids attend a rehearsal for Gayle's one-woman show.|
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