Tina starts hanging out with bad girl Tammy (guest star Jenny Slate, "Saturday Night Live") in an effort to get closer to Jimmy Junior.
Previously on Bob's Burgers Season 2 Episode 7 "Moody Foodie", When the restaurant receives a bad review from a food critic, the Belchers fear that the negative press will keep customers away. When Bob shows up at the critic's house for a redo, his plan quickly spirals out of control when the kids and his fellow restaurant owners show up to support him.
On this week's Episode title "Bad Tina", Tina starts hanging out with bad girl Tammy (guest star Jenny Slate, "Saturday Night Live") in an effort to get closer to Jimmy Junior.
Bob’s Burgers is a new animated series about a man, his family and a burger joint. A third-generation restaurateur, Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin) runs Bob’s Burgers with the help of his uptight wife and their three underachieving kids. Bob has big ideas about burgers, condiments and sides, but only a few thoughts on customer service and business management. Despite his greasy counters, lousy location and occasionally spotty service, Bob is convinced his burgers speak for themselves. Bob’s wife, Linda (John Roberts), supports Bob’s dream through thick and thin, but has some dreams of her own. Their oldest daughter, Tina (Dan Mintz), is a 13 year old hopeless romantic with minimal social skills. Middle child Gene (Eugene Mirman) is a self-described musician, class clown and all-around entertainer. Their youngest, Louise (Kristen Schaal), is the most enthusiastic about her dad’s business, but her imagination and scheming make her somewhat of a liability in the kitchen.
Bob's Burgers is an American animated television sitcom, which premiered on January 9, 2011 on Fox. The series was created by Loren Bouchard and focuses on the Belcher family, who run a hamburger restaurant. On April 7, 2011, Bob's Burgers was renewed for a second season. The first season ranked 59th in ratings share, tied with 60 Minutes, The Middle, and Outsourced. The second season began airing on March 11, 2012. The series carries a TV-PG and TV-14 rating.
The series is not all about the heart, though. There are plenty of great jokes. For instance, when Gene wins a gold medal in the race, his mother, Linda (John Roberts), wants to have it bronzed. This is just one example of the off-beat brand of humor that Bob's Burgers brings to a night full of the same type of show, setting it apart.