BOB'S BURGERS Team Teases Episode 200, Pandemic-Themed Installment, and Holidays with the Belchers - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

BOB’S BURGERS Team Teases Episode 200, Pandemic-Themed Installment, and Holidays with the Belchers

July 24, 2020 by  

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Production on live-action shows may be very much up in the air, but BOB’S BURGERS—like the other animated shows—is still in the thick of producing new episodes.

In the season premiere, “Dream a Little Bob of Bob,” airing Sunday, September 27, “That’s kind of in the spirit of the ‘Flu-ouise’ episode,” creator Loren Bouchard said during the show’s Comic-Con panel. “We’re inside of Bob’s dream for a lot of that episode, so it’s, in a way, an epic quest.”

The second episode of the season, “Worms of Enrearment,” things hit close to the current real world when the show handles a pandemic. “I was worried it was going to be a disaster,” executive producer Nora Smith says. “It’s about pinworms, a pinworms epidemic. Two people in my life have gotten pinworms in their butts…and so it just seemed like a fun pandemic story, back with those were wild and fancy free. And then this happened, and I was like, ‘Oh no, people are gonna think we’re like joking about it.’ They take it seriously, but it’s hopefully more fun, because it’s anus stuff. There’s a lot of hand washing. I’m hoping that people think of it as an escape to a more fun pandemic.”

The Halloween episode will take the show to a new place—down the block. “You know that hotel at the end of the street that sharp-eyed fans will have seen since season 1?” Bouchard teases. “We finally get to go in there. The kids try to deliver a burger to the hotel on Halloween night.”

The animated comedy will have a Christmas episode, and the Thanksgiving installment, “Diarrhea of a Poopy Kid,” “is a big adventure inside the minds of the kids,” he continues. Plus, there will be an airport-set episode, “The Terminalator 2: Terminals of Endearment,” where Linda’s parents show up again.

But arguably one of the biggest things on tap—outside of the delayed movie, which, the team promises, is still coming when it’s safe—is the show’s upcoming 200th episode.

“‘Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kids,’ our 200th episode, is a little bit of a Rashomon story—not really, but there are three kids, three levels of guilt, that pertain to a disastrous event,” previews Bouchard.

BOB’S BURGERS, Season Premiere, September 27, 9/8c, Fox


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