The animated comedy Bob's Burgers returns for a well-done third season.
The series follows the ups and downs of Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), who runs Bob's Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids. Bob has big ideas about burgers, but his family falls short on service and sophistication.
Despite the greasy counters, lousy location and dearth of customers, Bob and his family are determined to make every "Grand Re-Re-Re-opening" a success.
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's eccentric landlord Mr. Fischoeder (guest voice Kevin Kline) purchases a mechanical shark that threatens the town's safety; the kids unwittingly get jobs working for a pair of married pot farmers; and Louise has an identity crisis when a bully steals her bunny ears.
The third season also features guest voices Zach Galifianakis, Nick Offerman, Jeffrey Tambor, Asiz Ansari, Bill Hader, Megan Mullally and Sarah and Laura Silverman, Nick Offerman as a friendly farmer of a controlled substance; .
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.