When the forecast calls for rain on the day of the Bog to Beach parade, Teddy convinces Bob to enter the float contest with the promise of an easy win. As the parade goes awry, Bob realizes he might need an attitude adjustment.
Linda comes down with a nasty cold just in time for the Mother’s Day show at Wagstaff. When Bob’s outdated camcorder malfunctions, the kids perform a reimagined version of the pageant for Linda back at home. Will the kids’ creative liberties be enough to make Linda feel the Mother’s Day love?
After Louise gets in trouble at school, Linda is forced to meet with Mr. Frond (guest voice David Herman) and potentially could lose her hard-earned position as the Wagstaff bake sale leader. When she finds out that her daughter was actually trying to help another student, Linda is torn between following school policy or her own moral code.
When Linda wins a contest to spend a dream weekend at the home where her favorite television show is filmed, things don’t go quite as planned. Back at home, Teddy’s back problems leave him stuck on the floor, while he babysits the kids.
Gene accompanies Bob on the last-ever rock-and-roll laser show at the planetarium, but the night takes an unexpected turn. Meanwhile, Linda takes the girls out for dinner and Louise has a surprise revelation.
The annual Easter egg hunt always brings out the competitive sides of Bob and Linda, but this time, the game goes awry. After the Belcher parents have a little too much fun hiding the eggs, the entire family is enlisted in finding the lone egg that is quickly rotting in its hiding place. Don’t miss the calamity that ensues.
the debate team recruits Tina, who finds surprising success and an even more unexpected relationship. Meanwhile, Louise and Gene convince their parents to fund a stop-motion movie project that focuses on a surprising subject.
Word spreads that the aquarium is floundering and may close, so the children concoct a scheme to help keep its head above water; Bob tries to mimic Linda’s excellent customer-service skills; the debate team recruits Tina, who finds surprising success and an even more unexpected relationship. Meanwhile, Louise and Gene convince their parents to fund a stop-motion movie project that focuses on a surprising subject.
Linda jumps at the chance to chaperone Tina’s weekend away at a heroine conference, but Tina’s new friend could put Linda’s perfect weekend in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the younger Belchers have plans for their weekend alone with Bob. What could possibly go wrong?
When Gene learns that the formula for his favorite chocolate has changed, he works with the head of the company in an attempt to remedy the situation. Meanwhile, Bob gets wrapped up in one of Teddy’s less-than-perfect plans.