Bob's Burgers follows the ups and downs of third-generation restaurateur Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), who runs Bob's Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids.
Bob and his unpredictable family have big ideas about burgers, but they fall short on service and sophistication. Despite their restaurant's greasy counters, lousy location and dearth of customers, Bob and his family are determined to make every "Grand Re-Re-Re-opening" a success.
Business may be slow, but Bob and his family never give up hope. Bob's wife, Linda (John Roberts), stands by her man, though she's easily distracted. Their eldest daughter, 13-year-old Tina (Dan Mintz), has minimal social skills and is a hopeless romantic with a thing for zombies.
Middle child Gene (Eugene Mirman), the only boy in the family, is an aspiring musician with a thirst for life and a hunger for food.
Louise (Kristen Schaal) is the bunny ears-wearing youngest daughter with an off-kilter sense of humour that makes her somewhat of a liability in the kitchen - and with the public.
This season, Bob and family test-drive the food truck industry, dive into the world of synchronized swimming, search for treasure in an abandoned taffy factory and get tied up with a very needy bank robber.
Guest voices include Kevin Kline as Bob's eccentric landlord Mr. Fischoeder; Sarah and Laura Silverman as Jimmy Pesto's inseparable twin sons Ollie and Andy; and Megan Mullally as Linda's sister Gayle, and as Tabitha Johnson, who sings sexy songs about the environment and her anatomy.
Other guest voices include Bill Hader as Mickey the bank robber; Asiz Ansari as a twelve-year-old video game enthusiast; Patton Oswalt as a vicious food critic; Thomas Lennon and Samantha Bee as local morning talk show hosts; Robert Ben Garant and Wendi McLendon-Covey as outlaw bikers; and Ken Jeong as the family dentist.
Bob's Burgers is a 20th Century Fox Television production. The series was created by Loren Bouchard. Bouchard and Jim Dauterive serve as executive producers and writers.