When Bob starts to lose his hair, Linda reminisces about his mustache and how it made her fall for him; the kids make up their own versions of how Bob and Linda met.
Bob thinks the upcoming Land Ship parade will increase business -- until he learns two porta-potties will be in front of his restaurant; Tina's friends tell her she is boring.
When Louise reveals that she hasn't been scared before, the Belchers visit a haunted house; the trip is more frightening than anticipated.
Thanksgiving festivities are put in jeopardy when a snowstorm derails Bob's trip home with an injured Gayle (Megan Mullally).
A grumpy mall Santa (Henry Winkler) threatens to put Gene, Tina and Louise on the naughty list, inspiring them to arrange a musical performance in hopes of changing Santa's mind before Christmas.
When Bob throws a dinner party, Gayle takes advantage of the opportunity to introduce her new love interest to the family; a long-standing feud is revealed.
Gene and Courtney are asked be the new hosts of the morning announcements, but their romantic history threatens their big break; Tina offers to organize the Valentine's Day fundraiser.
Bob must take legal action after he slips on the sidewalk and needs to pay for surgery; Jairo promises to heal Bob without doctors; the kids form a fake law firm.
Louise decides to take matters into her own hands after a family vote goes against buying a new couch.
A lice infestation breaks out in Wagstaff; Bob tries to make improvements to the restaurant, but ends up driving customers away.
The Belcher kids come to the rescue when a bounce house crisis strikes Regular-Sized Rudy's party; an unexpected guest at the restaurant forces Bob to face an old fear.
After hearing about a mythical creature that lives locally, Gene leads his siblings and their friends on a mission to find it; downtime at the restaurant brings out Linda's competitive nature.
The Belchers try to help Bob's friend, Critter, after he lands in jail for unpaid parking tickets; Linda takes a job as a baby sitter.
Tina gets a chance to be a soloist in a play but is concerned the role will ruin her social status; Linda thinks her promising business plan might make the Belcher family rich.
Bob's friend Warren offers to invest in the restaurant and give it a makeover.
Louise enters a contest that could give Tina a chance to meet the exiting member of a boy band; an interesting piece of history about Bob's restaurant leads to tension between Bob and Jimmy Pesto.
When Bob and Linda decide to send Tina to horse camp, she realizes she has to say goodbye to her imaginary horse, Jericho; Linda creates a restaurant camp for Gene and Louise.
Tina's time volunteering at a nursing home forces her to rethink her ideas of love and romance; influenced by his friends, Bob makes questionable choices.