Convinced she's met the love of her life, Tina disguises herself as a boy and sneaks into the Boyz 4 Now auditions to find him; Teddy asks the rest of the Belcher gang to nurse his baby rat back to health.
Louise, Tina and Gene devise a master plan to get the grand prize dune buggy at their local arcade; Teddy convinces Bob and Linda to take in a chicken by promising fresh eggs.
Tina, Louise and Gene get a taste of business when they join the school's Tweentrepeneurs club; Bob and Linda find themselves outsmarted by a dine-and-dasher.
The kids set out for their regular Halloween shenanigans, but when everyone's candy bags start mysteriously disappearing, it's up to Tina, Louise and Gene to find the culprit.
The kids seek revenge on their school guidance counselor; they get entangled in sibling rivalry between two pilots; Linda and Bob put their game faces on when Teddy invites them to a paper airplane contest.
Bob agrees to drive professional quilter Edith around town after she convinces him to help her get revenge; the kids attend a lavish "Gatsby"-themed birthday party; Linda helps Teddy expand his taste palate.
The Belchers set out to save a turkey from a trip to the slaughterhouse, but the mission becomes more complicated than they had anticipated.
Gene is livid when his best friend Alex ditches him to be Courtney's roller-dancing partner; Teddy, Linda and Bob let their imaginations get the best of them when they discover someone is stalking the restaurant.
Tina and her new science partner create a device that allows them to communicate with aliens, but their excitement turns to fear when they receive a dangerous warning message; Bob attempts to sell mini coatracks he bought.
Teenagers take over the Belchers' sledding territory, inciting an epic turf war; Bob steps in to help Linda, who's in a time crunch to get three scarves knitted before Christmas.
When Linda's new friend introduces her to essential oils, Aunt Gayle is convinced she must be rescued; Bob and Teddy are bamboozled into performing a series of annoying favors for Mr. Huggins.
The Belchers make it their mission to help Teddy get his dream girl, but Tina is convinced she's found a better match for him.
A Valentine's Day fight between Bob and Linda has the kids feeling confused; Tina, Louise and Gene tell their own story as a distraction from awkward tension.
Tina, discouraged by not being asked to the prom by Jimmy Jr., forms an unhealthy attachment to a goose from the nearby park; Linda joins a dating app to help Gretchen find a match.
Things get out of hand when Louise wins a contest to be principal for a day; Teddy has a unique suggestion to help Bob when he suddenly finds himself unable to flip burgers.
The family forces Bob to take a much-needed day off, only for him to wind up working at a local sandwich shop; Linda and the kids throw a last-minute baby shower at the restaurant for a female biker group.
Gene convinces Tina and Louise to help him save a misunderstood plankton blob from being destroyed by a yacht club.
The kids visit a marionette theater for a school field trip, and Louise gets on the theater owner's bad side; Bob takes pity on a guy who's handing out flyers in front of the restaurant.
When Bob meets his personal hero -- a renegade radio DJ who refuses to compromise -- the Belchers get in over their heads while trying to help him stage a comeback.
When the kids have to run a mandatory mile for school on free-ice-cream day, they hatch an elaborate plot to sneak away; Bob and Linda frantically try to secure discount tickets to a show at the Wharf Arts Center.
Linda attempts to become more involved with the P.T.A.; Bob tries to cheer up a hardware store owner after unknowingly making a joke about his pet parrot that recently flew away.
When Zeke gets into trouble, the Belcher kids and Jimmy Jr. try to prevent him from being sent to a disciplinary school; Tina tries to thwart their mission, so she can have Jimmy Jr. to herself; Randy rents out Bob's Burgers to shoot a film.