Bob's Burgers Season 10, Episode 2 Review: The Man, His Son, and the Hunt for Mushrooms | yahoo201027's Bob's Burgers Reviews
First of all, I think we need to talk about a certain issue revolving around last week’s episode. Most importantly, the rating I gave in the review. Apparently, giving it a 9.5 out of 10 may have been a tad overkill, even for me because of the episode performed with the ring and the ending of the episode despite that the whole thing with Gayle pretty much prevented it from giving it a higher rating. And I apologize for going overboard. What’s not going overboard when it comes to reviews, this episode.
On this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers, Bob and Gene head down to the forest to find a rare mushroom that Bob laid his eyes while at the farmer’s market while that is happening, Tina gets some new shades when getting her new glasses but beginning to have some doubts in my spoilerific review of the second episode of Season 10, titled “Boys Just Wanna Have Fungus.”
Pop quiz everyone, we just had a season finale that isn’t shit even though the subplot may have downplayed it a bit, what’s going to happen in this week’s episode and it’s result? Imagine riding on a roller coaster when it comes to the reactions and whatnot when we were going to expect an amazing ride...only to fall down via bland expression. That’s pretty much this week’s episode with how the episode was played out with not just the main plot of the episode or the subplot, it’s both. It’s both plots.
Remember when I thought that I was hoping for this episode to be the season finale over “Yes Without My Zeke” because Bouchard said in an interview and thought that this was going to be in Season 9? Yeah...I think this is we’re at the point of saying “Thank God, I think we may have dodged a bullet,” according to some people. When it comes to which episode should’ve been the season finale, either this or Yes Without My Zeke...this might be pick your poison. Or rather, a would you rather with the two choices being getting run over by a train going 300 mph with nitrogen as it’s fuel or getting your legs ripped off by rabid dogs while being attacked by dogs while the most disliked song on YouTube play in the background.
I’m know going way overboard over this but I’m not saying that this episode was bad. It may follow with “What About Blob?” with this one being the forgettable one and didn’t even noticed that it was there in the first place. There were some good moments in the episode, mostly coming from the main plot with Bob and Gene and we all know it’s nice to see some father/son bonding ever since “The Laser-inth” and that was in 2017. A simpler, yet dark time we went through that year. And of course, the subplot...Tina got some new glasses and that’s about it. Thinking that she has superpowers because of her lens but then having doubts? We’ll get to that later on when we get to the subplot. Now to the main plot of the episode, Bob and Gene going mushroom hunting.
So the episode begins with Bob and Gene at the Farmer’s Market with them picking up some stuff from the restaurant with Gene picking up some jerky for the road and talking about the impending apocalypse. Wow, two episodes into the new season and already we’re talking about how to survive the end of the world. If this is how 2019 is going to end, with the apocalypse ready to come into play following the predictions coming from...let’s say the movie Akira since they predicted that the Summer Olympics next year will be in Tokyo, so...uh...ballpark’s on them now. You’re move, Simpsons. Anyway, as both Bob and Gene are about to head out from the market...
Bob spotted some mushrooms in one spot of the market but these mushrooms are different and yet rare according to Bob because these shrooms aren’t your normal mushrooms, and NOT the drug kind, it’s the mushrooms that Bob only used once in his entire life in the restaurant industry and he wanted to make a burger of the day with those mushrooms. So those mushrooms that Bob spotted is called the Wooly Neptune mushroom and when you were taking an interest in cooking or currently a chef and mistakenly think that this review is nothing more than a cookbook online, you’re about to cook something interesting and unusual in the way to get the taster releasing the floodgates coming from the taste department, almost quoting Food Wars for some reason, and that interesting taste and flavor comes from an unusual and rare piece added in the ingredients. Point it, mix it up and Bob wants to do that with the Wooly Neptune mushroom with the burger of the day, only issue is the cost of each mushroom and it costs $30 an ounce. $30 for one mushroom. It’s like getting a commission from an artist and found out that each style cost that much enough to possibly putting you on a budget and hoping to use that money for either paying bills or buying groceries or possibly wasting it on gambling on which team is going to tank and probably embarrass themselves on national television. Bob tries to negotiate to get the price down but unable to do so but it looks like there is another way to get the mushrooms at a very, very low price. Well, mostly free to his liking when the merchant told Bob that he can get the mushrooms for free by going to the forest since they are growing over there. Bob thinks that this was all a rumor when it comes to where they are currently growing but it looks like he took that merchant’s word for it and it looks like both Bob and Gene are going for some father/son bonding to hunt down some blue mushrooms.
But before heading out to the woods, he show off to Linda and everyone at the restaurant about the mushroom and his somewhat new hobby in shrooms when he printed out some info about the Wooly Neptune even though the only printing ink the Belchers have in their arsenal is black and white, or rather a grayscale, also a first time I heard of the Belchers having a printer...oh wait, now that you think about it, yeah I think it’s the same printer that Critter gave them back in Season 6. Anyway, Bob got some info about the mushroom and about to head off with Gene, despite some worries from everyone that they might end going to end up getting lost in the woods and never come back. Yeah, like that is going to happening and even though it’s the Belchers and luck may or may not on their side, so there’s that. It’s not like going to be a repeat of what happened in that camping trip back in Season 4. God forbids if that’s going to be a thing again. And I know what some of y’all are thinking, put your motherfucking heads back down and think about what y’all done.
Bob and Gene finally arrive the forest to begin their quest to find the Wooly Neptune mushrooms where they meet up with some random lady in the woods who was just minding her business and hiking where she met up with the two and asks them if they’re going deep into the woods, they need some protection and that’s where she pulled out the bug spray, even though Bob refused to accept the offer but Gene does. Spray of course, use for protecting yourself from ticks when going to the forest because ticks are not nice motherfuckers and cause massive amounts of problems. Them and mosquitoes and you really don’t want to go out to a place where it is hot and humid and sticky and you have mosquitoes popping up and invading your space. They’re fucking nuisances. Like no, I dare you. I fucking dare you to go over there and experience it for yourself.
The two Belcher boys continue their hunt for the mushroom as they end up at a two way route where one side goes towards the mushroom and the other goes towards ending up at a missing person’s report and Bob was about to take a left until both he and Gene met up with two more people who are hiking in the woods who happened to be, revealed by them, to be mushroom hunters and tells them where they should be heading to get the Wooly Neptune. Well it looks like the hunt is about to get even harder by the moment because according to them, they’ve been looking for the same thing but just gave up because as what they said, impossible to find and head on to find other things within the woods even though they can do other stuff like coding or maybe becoming shady dealers like it’s Breaking Bad just in time for that upcoming Netflix movie of the show that a long time ago.
Of course, Bob and Gene ain’t going to follow their word and just throw in the towel as Bob asks them where they can find the mushrooms and the guys told the two to head over to an area called Paradise Grove, in which to head over there, they showcase the route on the map and go northeast along the ridge lines. So technically for them, to take the right path, as is taking a right turn to find the mushrooms and with that, Bob and Gene take their word for it and take the right turn in their hunt. But of course, you already sense that something is wrong here after that little encounter with the guys saying to them just as they’re about to head out that “they’re gonna need it” and laugh about it. Like when happened, the red flags were already waving following that encounter like there’s something shady going on like them saying that they were unable to find the Wooly Neptune and just gave up and maybe thinking that with Bob and Gene in the forest, might as well say that they were waiting for the right moment to get the mushroom for themselves like pawns on a chessboard. Motherfuckers think that they’re playing 3-D, or possibly 4-D chess with both Bob and Gene entering the ring and it looks like the game has just begun.
Another two way path that both Bob and Gene encountered on their way to the mushroom and Bob took those guys’ word and take the northeast direction by using the sun as the key when it comes to the directions, don’t expect GPS to come in because there’s no way in Hell you’re going to get directions to the plant due to being out of range. That and mushrooms don’t have tags and if they do, those guys should’ve got the thing firsthand. Bob thinks it’s northeast because of the direction of where the sun is at and rises, stated that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, so if the sun is in the west, in their perspective, then the route on the left goes north and the route on the right goes northeast, which is the intended target that they are going and so they do head down to the right path. And so they did but it looks like it’s going to be a very long day and they were so busy in researching and hunting down the mushroom that they didn’t even bother about packing in the essentials they need to go get through the day. Mostly food and water. Thankfully for Gene, he got food on him when in the form of crackers...inside his sock, in which he pulled it out and ate it. And also offered Bob some if they want to stay focus during the whole hunt. And if you’re hoping that if he brought water along for the ride, he didn’t. So you’re only option is the river though I don’t know about since of course...fish pee on it and the whole thing with water pollution if there’s a nearby factory. Oh ho the world is going up in flames if we don’t do shit with the whole climate crisis.
More walking coming from the Belcher camp with Bob and Gene now stumbled through a fallen tree blocking their paths and with no easy turnaround from the left nor the right, they have to go over the knocked down tree...well Bob has to go over it and Gene want to do the same thing as his dad but found an easier way to go pass the tree since he is a kid and small in size than him and thus, going under the tree as Bob struggles his way to go over the damn thing. For someone who got trapped in a store that is now closed for good and climbed his way with a harness attached onto the ceiling, yeah...Bob is not a very climber. He’s more of a grilling man than a climbing man. You think that he would like used as an experience and get that pulled out and use it for this one, but...feel like it was forgotten. That or...get out of jail free card and pretend that never happened. Guys, I think the card is now pretty much worn out and can’t use something like an index card or a sticky note and use it as one. Doesn’t work that way.
More walking for the Belcher boys on their way to the Wooly Neptune, might as well have the song I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers play in the background to emphasize this week’s episode because it was a heavy load of walking in the woods. ♪ But I would walk 500 miles; And I would walk 500 more; Just to be the man who walks a thousand miles; To fall down at your door ♪ Yeah...pretty much sums up this week’s episode. You’re welcome America. Bob and Gene continue on their hunt until Bob ends up getting tripped by the stem of the tree and falls down with Gene hanging on to his dad, guess to not make him fall but unable to do so and ends up falling with him from their route and fell down until they hit the ground with Bob lying flat on this stomach and Gene crashing onto him with Bob breaking his fall. But it looks like that fall of theirs may have gotten them into the promised land. The place where it contains something that Bob and Gene have been looking for the entire trip...
The Wooly Neptune Mushroom. They finally found the mushrooms that they been looking for and it looks like they’re about to get ready to pick these motherfuckers up and ready to head on home. But then those two guys overheard the whole thing and Bob yell at them, despite being far away, that they found the mushroom and that would be good for everyone. A win for Bob and Gene and a win for those guys but then enter Bug Spray Lady and tells both Bob and Gene to pipe down because no surprise there, those two guys are not to be trusted and how they lead them to the path of where the mushrooms are at but unable to find them. It’s like when you heard a rumor about something whether if it’s your spouse is cheating on you or finding out that one of your family members is a part of a crime spree but apparently, all you have is leads and no documented evidence if it’s true to believe. Almost like with the whole thing with the mushroom, they got leads but didn’t even find it. While yeah, that may be the case, I think the whole thing with using both Bob and Gene as pawns to get the mushrooms they were going after would’ve like make decent sense like a mouse sensing cheese despite not knowing that it’s attached to the mouth trap. So the Belcher boys take that lady’s word for it and lie to the guys about the mushrooms, thinking that they found the thing that they been looking but didn’t, just to prevent them from ever coming to the area but ending up deciding to come by anyway, thus causing both Bob and Gene to collect all of the mushrooms, make sure not one single shroom is visible to their eyes, and hid them and themselves inside a log.
And once the guys arrived at the scene, they only see the Bug Spray Lady with Bob and Gene hiding inside the log and tried to stay quiet...except in the fact that Bob’s leg is out in the open, so the whole hiding thing fell quickly. Though the dead body excuse would’ve gone through to make these guys go away but then we may have a problem when it comes to the idea.
They come out with the basket full of mushrooms in their hands when one of the guys took one of the mushrooms and take a closer look at the Wooly Neptune, giving it a good look and analyze the whole thing from its shape and it’s color and noticing the spores and whatnot coming from the mushroom, they think that it’s not the Wooly Neptune and instead, what Bob and Gene found is nothing more than Devil’s Fur and now want Bob to hand it over to them, thinking that the mushrooms that they found is nothing more than just worthless. Well Bob ain’t going to let that one slide and get one mushroom out of it’s basket, drop it on the floor, and step the shit on the mushroom. Throw one past them to distract them to create an opening and head down to escape to the path that they used back earlier in the episode, past over the tree (Gene going under), and finally made it back to the car at one piece...only for Bob to drop his keys along the way. But thank god for Bug Spray Lady for finding the key. Now all they can do and get the keys, get the engine running and...
She’s in cahoots with the mushroom guys. Fudge. I mean...to be honest, keeping it 100 here, did not expect for that woman to be in league with those two guys. Thought she was like a random one-off character that just there to aid both Bob and Gene and that’s about it but nope, they teamed up and tricked Bob and Gene to get the mushrooms like total pawns. It’s like the red flag is there, waving in the distance, but unable to see it up until the last minute to where we are at. So the lady want Bob to hand over the basket if they want to get the keys and go home empty handed but Bob refuses to do so and tried to bring up excuses to at least create a cease fire from wanting to bond with Gene, even though Gene haven’t gotten any action other than being nothing more than a water boy and just there. Oh yeah, that’s reminds me, Gene...at least step in and pull something out so that everyone can at least get a happy ending for the week. Kind of like with Season 5 with the whole thing with the toy helicopter even though nobody’s in danger...Bob’s not in danger, and boom, done with the plot. Didn’t go that route and he did not step the fuck in.
Oh yeah, and he even tried to negotiate to everyone to have it their way. As in separate the mushrooms for five people, well four, so that everyone don’t go home empty handed. Nope, they want Bob to hand over ALL of the mushrooms in the basket. It’s like you’re ordering chicken wings for a viewing party and once it arrives, your neighbor or friend steps in and want you to hand over the bin, even though it’s your order and you paid it with your money but he or she is not gonna have no as an answer.
By the way, we haven’t gotten any answer on why those three were looking for the thing in the first place other than “Hello, we’re people who like mushrooms and also we’re assholes, bleh.” I mean, if it’s for something like a college project or something to make food with, that’s fine...I guess. Didn’t even get that and yet, they still have the nerve to get their greedy hands on them so that Bob can get the keys back. Well it looks like Bob ain’t going to let them get away and tried to retain the basket back from the three hunters...only to slip it away, causing the basket full of the shrooms to go up the air and landed onto the other side and get destroyed by an ongoing car. People say that money is the bane of everyone’s existence, mostly because of the greed that it causing to corrupt people’s minds and views into things enough to make things go downhill. Did not expect mushrooms to go through the same thing and look what happened, you ain’t getting shrooms now following that little fight. Oh yeah, and if you think that both camps are going home empty ended to close out the main plot, well...look who got lucky on their way home?
Surprise, it’s Bob and Gene who will taking home a W and some mushrooms thanks to a mushroom inside Bob’s coat pocket and some in Gene’s socks, so it looks like even though they don’t even have a full basket full of the Wooly Neptune mushrooms that Bob ever wanted, at they have some remain in their arsenal, so at least it’s not a total loss for the two boys as they close out the main plot. Issues for the main plot, mostly when it comes to the pacing and probably the direction of the episode. And while I do enjoy some bonding time between both Bob and Gene, going to the forest to find the mushrooms, pretending that they’re training for the impending apocalypse, the pacing and direction of the episode pretty much downplayed the episode...well if it weren’t for a certain subplot pretty much downplayed the episode to a tee.
So as Bob and Gene are prepared to get ready to head out to find the Wooly Neptune mushroom, Tina got something in the form of a package in the mail when Linda brought it up and it looks like it’s from the eye doctor and it looks like it appears to be a case, only to appear that it looks like Tina will be getting some new glasses if you miss what’s been down over at Comic Con back in July when Bouchard brought out details about what’s in store this season, including this one with the glasses. So let’s see those new glasses and...
It’s the same one that she’s wearing, only with a different shade of black. Do remember when people were hyping this subplot up when it comes to Tina getting her glasses and imagining what her new eyewear is like and how it improved her vision and will it get her to attract any boy in a five to hundred mile radius. Want to say the subplot has already shot itself in the foot but too early to say...in what could be a very long subplot in this review. Putting on the glasses and she begins to have world changed with what appears to be her vision being improved, mostly due to the frames. Like when you go to the eye doctor, to the glasses people only, and you’re like overdue to have your glasses replaced to get a new one and your options are to get a new pair or like keep the old one but have some new frames to coincide with your vision, think it’s pretty much sums up Tina with her new glasses, well key word “new” because it’s the same glasses, just with different frames to improve her vision and Tina, after putting on her new glasses, decided to test it out by going around the restaurant as Bob and Gene talk about finding the mushroom of destiny as they are prepared to head out.
The process continues with Louise finishing up mopping up the floor but Tina, with new her glasses, spotted two missed spots that Louise forgot clean. And Louise seems somewhat impressed over her sister’s newfound vision and think that because she saw the missed spots, Louise wants Tina to do the mopping but of course, refuses and have menus to do that needed some cleaning...and also fondling over...or do a switcheroo...that works too.
And this is where the doubting begins to take effect as Tina asks Linda to wear her glasses to see if her vision will be a clears as hers. And so she did...only to get a different answer. Didn’t even know that everyone’s vision is different when it comes to the glasses. Linda tried Tina’s on and ends up getting a blurry vision. But then Teddy, and later Louise, decided to have a little fun and wear the glasses of both Linda and Tina with Teddy wearing Linda’s as Linda currently wears Tina’s before handing it over to Louise and...
Wowza, okay. Louise in Tina’s glasses, there’s your fanart moment everyone, can’t wait to see that on either Instagram or Tumblr, or Twitter for that, don’t know if that is already existed. Well that and Louise in Linda’s glasses when trading places with Teddy, who is wearing Tina’s glasses. So yeah, different visions. Sorry Tina, looks like it’s just you with the clear eyes. And she seems really upset over the fact that it only works for her and Louise tries to give the benefit of the doubt and thinks that, in hopes to make her feel better when it comes to her glasses, that she may have superpowers because of her new vision. Yeah, that would work...if you’re like four or five years old and trying on glasses for the first time. But Tina...I feel like in your typical Louise fashion, she would like manipulate her and think that she has special eyes like it’s a 1-800-CONTACTS commercial with the guy saying “My brand” in your run of the mill boring ass soap operas that your mom watch while you were out hoping for the world to burn. And she would do that and used that to get her way but I feel like that may not be it for this subplot of the episode. It’s not going to be like with “Gene It On” and use her injury, pretend to be a translator, only for her to have her way.
She continues on testing out her new vision with Tina looking at the window and looking the outdoors from the birds up a tree, think that the same bird that took the wedding ring an episode ago, to two boys walking by and this is where, in typical Tina fashion, she can see the butts from the two boys walking by, seeing underwear lines step after step. It’s like her vision just got an upgrade from HD to 4K in the form of these glasses and this is pretty much like switching TVs decade after decade from retro to present from black and white to color to HD to where we are now with 4K. Think that pretty much sums up Tina’s vision with her new glasses...and then have doubts again where this time, whether if it’s okay for her to try out to towards locker rooms like she has x-ray vision, by the way, that would’ve been Tina’s so-called superpower if anyone was wondering, only to back out and groan over it. This pretty much, in my mind, thought to myself that the wheels on the bike is beginning to fall off, despite that it already gained some damage from a few bumps in the road with the ongoing main plot.
And then we head on down to the scene with Tina still at the window with the doubting meter already near record high and ready for the gauge to break where we have Louise walking up to her and see a random couple talking across the street and ready to give Tina another go when it comes to new glasses in the form of reading lips. In which this scene pretty much turned into another video courtesy of the Bad Lip Reading channel on YouTube with Louise trying to understand what those two people across the street are saying with Teddy popping out the notes to write down the conversation like a stenographer you see in courtroom hearings, minus the usage of the stenography alphabet, this scene is pretty much the bad lip reading up until jumping over to the next one to close out the subplot with the fried pizza balls that Teddy went on out to try it from Jimmy Pesto’s and of course, ends the idea of her having superpowers because I think Tina may have found her kryptonite, optimism.
Onto the final scene of the subplot with Teddy trying to cool his tongue down after biting all those fried pizza balls with an ice cube, Tina seems to be upset over her newfound vision and thought that she has superpowers of her own when putting on the new glasses but didn’t and this is where Linda begins to step in and try to cheer her up and saying to her that even though that she don’t have any superpowers of her owns when putting on the new glasses, she stated that her superpower is already there in being the best 13 year old that she knows and thus, boosting Tina’s confidence back on top and noticing unwanted features on Linda’s face from crow’s feet to a stubble of a girlstache and thus ending the subplot of Tina’s vision of destiny, don’t know if you want to call it that. This subplot is going to end up being forgettable as ever. How forgettable? McDonald’s once served spaghetti type of forgettable and yes, they did serve it...unless you live in the Philippines. Heard that the sauce over there isn’t like the traditional marinara tomato sauce they use and go to the sweet kind...the point is, the subplot is going to end up being forgettable and pretty much downplayed the episode. Pretty much saying that the hype being built in this subplot with the glasses pretty much killed it.
So what do I think about this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers? Without sounding a bit harsh about the episode, I think this episode was an okay one though the issues I have with the episode is mostly how the writing and direction were handled and how it was executed. That and the pacing from the two plots. Not one, we’re talking two plots and it just went by so fast.
I don’t have any problems with the main plot of the episode. I do enjoy episodes with Bob and Gene being the center focus even though this feels more of a Bob episode than going all Bob then Gene for moment after moment in the episode when it comes to the mushroom that Bob was looking for like the Empire looking for the droids that have the Death Star plans or Congress going after information about a whistleblower. I think that direction kind of went nowhere and this was like around the time of Gene and Bob walking in the woods because I feel like the whole main plot is just them walking and that pretty much that. And that’s not me bashing, people have short attention spans, just putting that out there. Think that the pacing went a bit too fast. Also putting it out there, the main plot have both Bob and Gene and I feel like Gene has been underused in this episode and just there, looking pretty for the cameras and that’s about it. Was hoping for Gene to at least step in and help Bob out when it comes to trying to get the mushrooms away from those people...nope, didn’t do anything except having some of the mushrooms in his sock and store crackers in the said sock like he’s some sort of water boy and that’s about it. Think this is the MVP curse ready to ring his neck and now I feel like we’re not going to get Gene episodes this season.
The mushroom guys seems to be one of those things that I have an issue with. Mostly when it comes to the motive on why there were going after the Wooly Neptune other than exploring rare mushrooms that’s not even recorded in books, or rather online. And I feel like there isn’t even one motive on why they were going after the mushroom. And the bug spray lady was someone who you didn’t even noticed that she was in league with those guys. I mean yeah, the red flag was pretty much waived out of the blue but it’s hard to see that flag about her when we first introduced her up until the moment where we find out that she is cahoots with the two guys.
The subplot of the episode might as well be as forgettable as it is. And the subplot of this episode pretty much subvert expectations and a lot of people kind of hyped it up when it was announced back over at the Comic Con panels from Bouchard’s mouth. Mostly with Tina getting her new glasses and probably thinking that this could be an end of an era of Tina with her signature glasses that we see in past seasons, since the series began. Only to end up revealing that her new glasses is pretty much like the ones that she’s wearing only with different frames and then the wheels of the bike pretty much fell off once the subplot went off when she began to have doubts over her newfound vision and thinking that she has special powers only to find out that she didn’t. The subplot is pretty much a time consumer and pretty much went nowhere. May want to say lazy writing might be playing a role in this subplot and also in the main plot, but it looks like it might be the case in this episode.
So all and all, I think this episode...two episodes in the new season and we already have an episode that pretty much derailed from the tracks coming from the two plots. There were some moments that I like from this episode, mostly coming from the idea of having a Bob and Gene episode in the midst, something that we haven’t seen since Season 7, so it was nice to see that. And also enjoyed that scene with the glasses try out with Linda trying on Tina’s glasses, Louise trying out Tina’s and later Linda’s. Heck, Teddy trying one Linda’s and later Tina’s was somewhat enjoyable but other than that, I think that this episode was pretty much cluster shambles at its finest but there were some enjoyable moments. But it does bring forth the idea of a rewatch, so there’s that. So I’ll give “Boys Just Wanna Have Fungus”...
A 7 out of 10. Would go even further like a 6.5 or possibly a round 6 but would be me giving the show a massive middle finger and tell them to start wrapping things up. So a 7 out of 10 seems like a decent safe choice to make. But that’s my opinion, now I want to hear yours. Tell me what you think about this week’s episode? Do you like it? Do you hate it? Put your opinions in the comments below. Two episodes in the new season and this is how we’re being treated? The fuck?
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