When Louise contracts a bad case of the flu, Linda has a mishap trying to deliver Louise's favorite toy to her bedside; Louise has a wild, fever-induced dream.
Teddy tries to impress his ex-wife by organizing a day trip on his newly refurbished boat; Tina attempts to prove she's responsible enough to have a cellphone by taking care Bob's prized eraser.
Tina seeks the help of Mr. Ambrose after Tammy steals her idea for the annual Halloween costume contest; Bob tries to find out who is stealing his perfectly crafted pumpkins.
Bob secures a new meat provider who claims to save clients money on every order, but he soon realizes that things are too good to be true.
Tina has a mishap that gets her thrown into detention, forcing Bob and Linda to let Gene and Louise stay home alone; Bob and Linda get into a jam with their accountant.
Gene and Louise try to ruin their day-before-Thanksgiving play to save their long weekend; Linda finds a potato that resembles her late grandfather.
Bob unexpectedly gets involved in an intense gingerbread house-building competition with Mr. Fischoeder's friends; Linda and Teddy take the kids caroling.
After hurting her ankle, Tina sends a robot version of herself to school and in the process has an unexpected breakthrough with Jimmy Jr.
As Valentine's Day approaches, the kids find themselves in love-caused chaos; Bob decides on a romantic gesture to impress Linda.
When Gayle's cat, Mr. Business, secures a pet agent, Bob finds out that Linda may have been helping to fund the cat's career.
Louise must defend one of her biggest foes at Wagstaff during a mock trial; Bob and Jimmy Pesto work together to catch a scammer.
When Gene discovers the formula for his favorite chocolate has changed, he works with the head of the company to try to remedy the situation; Bob gets involved in one of Teddy's less-than-perfect plans.
Linda eagerly accepts the chance to chaperone Tina's weekend away at a heroine conference; Gene and Louise have plans for a weekend alone with Bob.
When Tina learns that the aquarium is in danger of closing, the Belcher kids devise a plan to keep it running; Bob realizes that he could learn from Linda's customer service skills.
Tina finds unexpected success on the debate team; Louise and Gene convince their parents to help fund a stop-motion movie focusing on a surprising subject matter.
After the Belcher parents have a little too much fun hiding Easter eggs, the entire family gets enlisted to find the lone egg quickly rotting in its hiding place.
Linda wins a dream weekend at the place where her favorite TV show is filmed; Teddy's back problems leave him stuck on the floor.
Gene accompanies Bob to a rock 'n' roll laser show; the girls go to a wacky restaurant for dinner.
After Louise gets in trouble at school, Linda is forced to meet with Mr. Frond; Linda is torn between following school policy or her own moral code.
Bob's outdated camcorder malfunctions, so the kids perform a reimagined version of the Mother's Day show at Wagstaff for Linda when she comes down with a cold and can't attend.
The promise of an easy win is enough to persuade Bob to enter a float contest for the Bog to Beach parade.
When Bob finds out that the nearby wildness equipment store is having a going-out-of-business sale, he finally realizes his dream of becoming an outdoorsman; Linda and the kids spend the night watching the rehearsal for Aunt Gayle's one-woman show.