I need to get out more, but enough of all that, let’s get the 50th Review started with the Season Premiere of the series and in this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers, Louise comes down with the flu where things goes down south when a mishap happened, causing Louise to never forgive her family. Which leads her to a dream-like world to amend her wrongful ways. This is my spoilerific review of First Episode of the Seventh Season, entitled, “Flu-ouise.” Seems appropriate since we’re now in the Fall season, meaning that Cold and Flu Season has now arrived. Try not to get sick, folks. A message from your doctor.
Okay…reason why I said that because I haven’t got the time to watch it. And even if I did have the time, I’ll end up bailing out from watching the movie, possibly during the first scene. That’s the same with The Breakfast Club when I did my “The Runaway Club” review. Only saw some TV shows that parodied the movies. For The Breakfast Club, it’s the Nickelodeon show, Victorious. And now for The Wizard of Oz, it’s Phineas and Ferb. Remember when Phineas and Ferb did a Wizard of Oz parody episode when Candice got knocked out when Phineas and Ferb were trying to clean the house, which leads Candice to a world that looks really similar to the Land of Oz, REALLY similar. Where the fairy, portrayed by Isabella, told Candice to follow the Yellow Brick Road, found and joined by A Scarecrow (Baljeet), A Lion…bear…thing (Buford) and a Tree (Jeremy) where there’s some obstacles along the way, with the Wicked Witch of the West (Doofenshmirtz) trying to get the red rubber boots. Well…this episode is NOT the case. Because there’s no Yellow Brick Road, the weather looks fucking depressing, it’s like my area in the Springtime. Oh, let’s not to mention that instead of Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Min, and the Scarecrow, it’s Louise and a deform Kuchi Kopi.
Look, I have NOTHING against the musical numbers, okay with either one or two numbers, but we got seven songs to kick off the seventh season. We’re not in competition with other shows who has musical numbers in the past like The Simpsons or Adventure Time or Steven Universe. Pretty sure Phineas and Ferb has more than this episode with their musical version of their first episode. I don’t if there’s a record for most musical numbers in an single episode, but if there is such a record, in my book, that episode would be the record holder with this episode coming in second. Anyway, Louise now has to make a decision on her own, does she has to push the button, destroy the castle, and forgive her family for what she did earlier in the episode? Or will she NOT push the button, get stuck in the dreamworld, not forgive her family, and might slip into a flu-like coma? Choose wisely…
But before we end the review, time to play a new game that I think of during the Summer months called, “Where the Hell is Jessica?” She is looking for Rey’s parents? Is she training for the 2018 Winter Olympics? Or is she looking for the nearing Waffle House? Funniest Comment that made laugh whether in the comments, in my Tumblr inbox, direct message me on Twitter, or comment on one of my Instagram posts, will be featured in the next review. And speaking of comments, leave me a comment if you enjoy the episode. Do you enjoy this week’s episode? How do you think how Season 7 will go after this episode? We’ll we see more musical numbers in the future? And do you think Louise is an emotionally attached character. Tell me, along with your answer to the “Where the Hell is Jessica” answer in the comments below and I’ll see you guys later. We’re back bitches, woo!
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