Bob's plan to surprise Linda for their anniversary gets tricky when the kids become involved.
Unable to afford a rare gourmet mushroom for a Burger of the Day, Bob and Gene jump into the cutthroat world of mushroom foraging; Tina's powerful new prescription glasses lead her to believe she has a superpower.
Tina and Bob participate in the Thundergirls father-daughter cardboard boat race; Tina tries to hide her feelings about Bob's terrible boat-building skills; Linda drags Louise and Gene to a fire station open house and overstays her welcome.
Things get spooky when Tina dissects a pig in science class; Bob and Linda battle a giant ball of ear wax.
On a Belcher family trip to the mall, Tina is mistaken for a sleeping boy's girlfriend; Gene and Louise are turned loose on motorized animals; Linda disrupts a book reading; Bob struggles to shop for acceptable pants.
Bob and Louise host an exclusive screening of a Hawk & Chick movie at the restaurant, until the actor who plays Hawk throws a wrench into the works.
Bob and Linda challenge themselves and attend a loft party on a stormy night; the kids challenge their babysitter and face the storm in an ice cream truck.
Bob is determined to do whatever it takes to cook a rare heritage turkey after the gas goes out on Thanksgiving.
Gene auditions for a small role in a local theater production, but things backfire when he discovers that Linda actually bargained with the director to get Gene the part.
Linda works a temp job at the post office to make extra money for the holidays; Bob and Tina get trapped at home with Linda's fussy family; Gene and Louise scramble to find the perfect gift for Tina.
Gene gets kicked out of the Ocean Avenue Hifi Emporium, but Louise takes matters into her own hands to defend Gene's honor.
Tina goes too far trying to be a perfect mentor; Bob and Linda test out the gym next door.
Louise skeptically joins Jessica and fifth-grader Megan in their search for Wharfy, a mythical sea monster; Bob takes an online master class by a world-renowned chef.
Tina competes against Gene and Louise to write a new school song for Wagstaff; Bob and Linda battle blinding glare from Jimmy Pesto's new shiny steel awning across the street.
When Gayle decides to host an artist workshop in a yurt, Linda feels compelled to support her sister; Louise and Gene lead a covert operation to find a lost cat for a cash reward.
Bob and the kids help a down-on-his-luck restaurant owner; Linda and Teddy get carried away with St. Patrick's Day festivities.
The family takes an unexpected road trip with Nat the limo driver.
Tina goes to see Josh perform in a tap show and suspects sabotage when he's injured on stage.
When Teddy finds himself doubting his abilities as a handyman, the kids build up his confidence.
Louise must face her fear of public pooping when her class goes on an overnight trip to the aquarium; Linda enlists the family to make a video for her parents' anniversary.
While trying to show Tina what's great about their town, Linda ends up on the trail of a legendary local singer; Teddy turns to Bob for help in arguing with a sports radio host.