Bob's Burgers Season 9, Episode 6 Review - Quilts, Nose, and Fish (Fish Unnecessary in Plot) | yahoo201027 Bob's Burgers Reviews
For the second week in a row, we have an episode where we take up the road of revenge that may end up going and of course, realize that the whole thing is all wrong and decided to sing kumbaya like we just lost a championship. But this one seems a little different from last week in this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers when Bob jumps into the heist bandwagon and help Edith out robbing people blind from quilt to quilt as the kids attend a kid’s birthday party that two out of the three don’t want to be there and Linda helps Teddy out for his date with sushi taste testing in my review of the Sixth Episode of the Ninth Season, titled “Bobby Driver”.
Like I said over at the introduction, second week in a row where we have an episode where we take a revenge tour while at the same time, explore a character’s past, only where we think that revenge is wrong. But this is different from last week’s confusing yet somewhat bland episode. For once, it’s Bob that is taking over the wheel, see where I going with, when what was a simple task of helping Edith getting her home when having trouble carrying some bags until he ends up getting involved in a quilt stealing heist like it’s a bank robbing spree. And like I said at the end of the review for last week’s episode, looks like we got Edith’s backstory…in the form of a quilt, but apparently, this is how far we can go when it comes to Edith and her character. So it was an alright main plot. Better than last week’s, in my opinion.
The subplot also seems alright with the Belcher kids attending some random kid’s birthday party that they don’t even want to be there, only to end up feeling bad for the kid when noticing that his parents are being the ones being the life of the party and not the birthday himself. Only for them to help him by ruining a photo op. You ever hate the idea of parents taking over an event, even if the event holds like a capacity of a small classroom, just to make themselves look good? We’ll get to that when talking about the subplot later on. And for the C-plot with Linda and Teddy…we’ll touch on that later on as well as now talk about the main plot.
We have Bob, Louise, Tina, and Gene over at the store and trying to find a gift for a birthday party that they don’t even want to be in but looks like they have to for no apparent reason. Planting the seeds for the subplot of the episode and while that is happening, they spotted Edith talking rudely to the employee of the store and decided to not stick around and head off to the party to drop them off. Bob said earlier when noting why it shouldn’t be a good idea to judge a book by its cover when dealing with someone who they haven’t even met to the kids. But Edith, to him, and mostly the rest of the Belcher family, is like dealing with a dragon that isn’t the taming type. Out for blood and showing no mercy. You could say she’s cranky like your typical stereotypical trope for an old person, but…yeah, she is cranky. Enough to probably say she’s not a people person. Alongside her husband Harold of course.
Once after dropping the kids off onto the backyard for the birthday party, just as he begins to drive back home, he spotted Edith having trouble carrying some bags in her hands and asks her for a ride back to her place. In which, Edith agrees to hop into the car for a ride home. And so far, things are going…fine. Seeing these two not wanting to kill each other via argument and Edith handing Bob her pills. Guess to her, it looks like she wants Bob to hold on for in case she ever ends up facing with a medical emergency and he has to swoop in and put the pill into her and get her to swallow it. Say like if Louise gets in charge of an extra inhaler from Rudy in case of a massive emergency that might almost killed him, not like in the levels of when Louise made him threw away his backpack that has his inhaler inside when sneaking inside an unopen exhibition at the museum back in Season 3, she has to either hand Rudy the inhaler for him to breathe or have Louise press the inhaler for him. And for Edith, the pills are for her to help her stopping from having fits. And by fits, I think the show is trying to say is for her to have the pills to prevent her from having a stroke. Anyway, Edith tells Bob to make a pit stop, but…not to her place, but to someone else’s home. In which to Bob, one simple pit stop wouldn’t kill him for Edith to make a quick visit. Right? Right?! Riiiight?! Riiiiiiight?!
Do remember those times where it’s all puppies and rainbows…before the dark times enter into our lives. Times change, man. Times change. So Edith decided to take a souvenir from the house she just visited. Only the thing that she was holding wasn’t given, more of stolen. Stormed out of the house and ask Bob to freaking floor it. Thus having these two driving away from the house before getting caught red handed. Meaning that Edith has now become a criminal and making Bob the accomplice. Bob wants nothing to do with what Edith is doing and decided to calling it quits while he is ahead. However, Edith decided to make sure Bob don’t end up quitting the job and using her medical episode to get him to change his mind. I mean…who…who does that?! Using your medical episode and about to kick the bucket just to get someone to just join the cause in the life of crime? That’s like, if you live in the states like I am, we recently had the midterm elections for the House, Senate, and the Governorships. You see commercials all around from the primaries to the general where you see or listen to an ad that tells you “don’t vote for this person” or “don’t vote for that person”, mostly because of fears of making your life a total shitshow for years. Or if I could decide on a better analogy, think of those e-mails on donation from let’s say a political party that you haven’t even donated in months…yeah. Edith was really using the guilt trip really well and really becoming effective to Bob enough to continue on to do the heist. Thus giving Edith the pill for her to continue to live. Just be thankful that Edith didn’t take the Courtney route. Remember that when she faked her death after Gene breaks up with her back in Season 3? Heard that she’s coming back later this month with Alex and ready to fuck shit up. Yeah, can’t wait for that dumpster fire to ignite.
So the reason why Edith decided to start doing the heist and stealing people’s stuff from their homes is mostly because of what happened to her during her sewing club. They were about to stitch the quilting squares into one giant quilt to celebrate the town’s history, only where Edith’s quilt got rejected by the head honcho of the circle and created a scene between the leader of the circle and Edith, probably enough for Edith to get ejected from the room and decided to pull off a revenge heist. Which of course I stated from earlier to close out Act One, Edith had a medical episode, Bob wants to give the pill to Edith and decided to continue the cause via guilt, and thus, the spree of stealing each quilt is a go. And the two decided to head over to Edith’s next potential victim for her to rob, and that would be at…
Mr. Frond’s house. Yep, Frond is the next target in the heist and of course, decided to do the same as the last house and we were shown a little demonstration on how the thing is being pulled off like what she did over at the last house. She and Frond decided to have a nice cup of tea and talk. Talk about the quilts and all of that just between two people who are in the quilting club. She tells Frond that she admires the stitching that he has down for his quilt work including some in the entertainment community and asks him if she can see more of them. In which he can’t say to that offer and head off to find some, which is the perfect time for Edith to strike and take one of the quilts that will be use for the big quilt square for the upcoming event and decided to fuck off, heads over to where Bob is at, still at the car, and drive off just as Frond was about to show her the stuff. So technically what Edith’s been doing to get the stuff she need is the good ol’ distract and steal. So lie and things might go into your way. To some, it’s a bad, bad thing to do. In the Trump Administration, that’s what they call it a normal Tuesday.
Another montage to see how the thing is going in between all three plots of the episode in between this one, the subplot with the kids, and the tri-plot with Linda helping Teddy with trying out sushi. And we get to Bob and Edith enjoying the life of crime, mostly Bob slowly enjoying the heist spree as Edith continues to steal quilt after quilt after quilt after quilt. Like he haven’t the rush for ages in his whole life. Though at the same time, you could probably hear Bob’s conscious telling him, “Why am I keep doing this? I should probably head back home to the restaurant before things goes bad. But…somehow, I’m enjoying this. Oh my god, I could feel the rush all the way to the mustache.”
And the trip for revenge now leads Bob and Edith to the retirement home for another quilt but this one is gonna be a toughie for the two as they are now at a place where not just other old people are at, but also the workers are in play as well. Meaning that…think of it like reaching the next level in a video game, only to find out that the next level is where the chances of getting fucked is through the goddamn roof. That meter is so high up that even the International Space Station can see it. Planes have to divert from their destinations. Birds crashing by and die easily. The point is, this is gonna be trouble for Bob and Edith to capture the next quilt. But will that stop them? No they will not.
The Distract and Steal game continues with Edith having a medical emergency…in which she is not faking around, and it looks like she’s about to have a stroke. Bob storms off from the car and into the home to hand Edith the pill but before doing so, she tells him to head over to the room where the quilt is at for the duo to steal. But once arriving to get the quilt and snatch it away…well, they’re not dealing with some random victim. Nope, found out that their next victim to steal…is the mother of a character that we all know too well throughout the series. Some of y’all may know him as…let’s say…Sergeant Bosco. Yep, found out that Lillian, found out that the woman’s name is Lillian, is the mother of Sergeant Bosco. And she spotted Bob red handed on helping Edith out by stealing the quilts. But it looks like just she was about to call Bosco out to arrest both Bob and Edith, the two decide to skedaddle out of the retirement home and drive off. Meaning that now the heist is entering dangerous waters. But it looks like heist may have stopped while they are ahead as Edith now asks Bob to drive her to Reflections to drop her off…you thought that it would be the end of the plot, right? No way in hell we’re ending it with the two now having a warrant on their asses. Nope.
Edith now asks Bob to drive both her and Harold to the Wharf Arts Center for the event. Driving them as Harold put up the pieces of the quilts together. And it looks like Bob won’t be getting the heck out of there at any time as he now drives the two to their destination. But once arriving near the center, making a quick pit stop, just Harold and Edith put up the finishing touches to the quilt, Bob spotted something on the quilt, the quilt square that Edith had made and it shows what appears to be the Wonder Wharf with what appears to be a group of circus people and a tent. And this is odd noting that because unless you didn’t notice that in the episode “Sliding Bobs” back in 2015, when Bob was asking Mr. Fischoeder for a job there due to him having trouble getting the hair out of his body in Louise’s side of the story of how he and Linda met, showcases the same group of circus people that Edith sewed up on in that quilt in this very episode in 2018. Two-faced Tommy, Howie the Pinhead, Bearded Becky, Tattooed Larry, and Pumpkinhead Gary.
Yep, same ones. Same ones from that poster back in Season 6 and seeing it again in quilt form in the present in Season 9. I could say that maybe Wonder Wharf, at one point, used to be a circus. But that’s probably beyond me. Could probably say that at one point, maybe Wonder Wharf used to have a circus on its vicinity. Don’t know if they do that, I guess they probably don’t, at least not anymore. I would say go to Twitter and ask Loren Bouchard about what happen but…you probably know he’ll probably say “movie” as an excuse. Either what he said is true and will be brought up in the movie or just saying that to get the people excited and then have their hopes and dreams get shattered. Same thing when someone over at Twitter brought up if we’re gonna see either Bob’s mom or the mother of Jimmy Jr, Andy, and Ollie. That’s a discussion that I might talk about. Maybe a collab. I don’t know. Bob gets interested over Edith’s quilt design and decided to help out get them to the Wharf Arts Center. Think of it like one last job in crime but for a good cause and decided to drive them to the said center as Harold of course, putting up the finishing touches as they arrive at the Arts Center. But not noticing that while that is happening, Lillian and Bosco are at Reflections and trying to find both Edith and Bob, not noticing that Harold is now involved, and arrest the two. But of course, not noticing that they’re already on their way to the center.
So Bob, Edith, and Harold finally arrive at the Wharf Arts Center but just as they entered the building…busted. The whole quilt circle knew that Edith was the one responsible for stealing the quilts from house to house. And got surrounded between the quilting circle and Lillian and Sergeant Bosco. And it looks like we’re about to have ourselves a thrown down between Edith and her quilting circle for whether or not Edith’s quilt should be shown for the upcoming event. The quilting circle said, “fuck no, we’re adding that.” Edith went all, “Fuck you, I do whatever I want.” And just as things are about to go downhill, Bob now begins to play peacekeeper and tells the quilting circle that they have to accept Edith’s quilt into the giant quilt square for the event to symbolizing the town’s history. And that while yes, Edith’s quilt does looked…kind of bad. More of breaking your leg after attempting to do a dare type of bad, not jumping down a plane and have like 85% of your body broken and may have damage your nervous system as well level bad.
So apparently, Bob explains to the quilting circle that yes, Edith knew them. Mostly on watching and viewing pleasures when she was a kid, and just like all of us, they’re like you and me. People. It’s 2018, about to be 2019, and there’s a lot of people still not being accepted into society. Let’s put this out there, you ever wonder, when you were a kid, after learning about history and how there’s some people aren’t being accepted and fought their way to make some changes into society for the next generations. Well, they did. But did the whole discrimination thing got locked up and sealed away never to be touched? Nope, in this day of age following Brexit and Trump being the President, it’s still around to this day. Even circus people, well, don’t know if they’re now out of job or something, are still being discriminated. And…that ain’t right, man. That ain’t right. Bob tells the circle that they got to accept the people, don’t judge a book by its cover, wow, that’s really gonna bite the Belcher kids in the foot come the subplot, noticing the artwork and how hard Edith has put her mind and heart, or what’s left of the heart, into that quilt. And decided to have a democratic vote on whether or not the quilt gets to be added.
And…the ayes have it. The quilt gets to be added. So it looks like the revenge heist for Bob and Edith finally have a happy ending. Looks like everyone will be getting a happy ending…except for Lillian because after the vote was casted to add Edith’s quilt into the square, Bosco told Bob that his mother still wants both Bob and Edith to be arrested and now wants him to just play it out. Just let him arrest them so they can just call it a day. In which Bob agrees and him and Edith and Harold end up being put in the back in the car, Bosco’s car, and drive off. Not to the police station, but somewhere else in mind. Driving around town for a while before being dropped off to their homes and been giving a warning and told them to never do that again. And that’s the end of the main plot. And it was an alright main plot. Not alright in your typical Linda saying, more of alright as in…it was good. Noticed that there’s some holes that needed to be plugged, but it was good. It was good. Mostly with Edith and Bob partnering up and of course, we got some background information of Edith of all people around town. You could the streak of knowing the characters continues. Sadly, I think the next one, which is this upcoming Sunday, would put an end to that. Onto the subplot to the kids.
They are being dropped off to the backyard to some kid named Colton in what appears to be a Great Gatsby, roaring 20s theme. Kind of an odd pick for a theme for a birthday party, even for someone who is just turning…turning…what grade is that kid? How old is he?! When was this brought up?! Anyway, Bob’s saying of try not to judge a book by it’s cover is really gonna bite them in the ass and it looks like Tina has now inherited it as both Gene and Louise now wishing that they don’t even want to be here as the activities begins to take place from doing the Charleston to badminton all the way to playing croquet. And just as they are stuck doing those activities, while during the Charleston, Louise spotted Colton somewhat picking his nose in disgust. Which of course, Tina tells Louise to just give him a chance while attending the party and even begins to feel bad for him, mostly because he doesn’t deserve the presents that he got and of course, the present that they got for him earlier in the episode.
We went from them doing the Charleston to them playing badminton to them playing croquet, Louise decided to switch presents from the puzzle cube, or what appears to be…what was supposed to be a Rubik’s cube, and switch it out with Gene’s sweaty and stinky socks without anyone noticing. She did try to do so while everyone is busy being occupied and just as Louise was prepared to switch the presents…
She gets caught by Colton. And if you think that it’s probably gonna ruin Colton’s day in the party? Well…no. Colton decided to tell Louise to have it. And the reason why he allows Louise to switch presents is because of two things. One, because it’s hilarious in his opinion. And two, it’s mostly because he just want a normal party. Louise ends up realizes, in which she later tells both Gene and Tina, that all Colton wants is a normal birthday party. One that his parents don’t make it all about themselves. And do you ever hate that? The idea of where if it’s your birthday, your graduation, or some social event and there’s that someone(s) trying to downplay the whole damn event and make all about themselves. It mostly on the parents of all people that end up downplaying the whole event. Just to make themselves look good. Pretty sure some of y’all faced through that. I sorta faced through that from time to time. Does it matter that people judge by posture? Posture doesn’t mean shit. It doesn’t have to be that good. Good god, I need some help.
Anyway, Louise tells Gene and Tina that Colton is feeling miserable throughout the party over his parents being the ones hijacking the party. Meaning that, while yes, the whole thing with switching presents thing got Colton onboard for the whole switcharoo, they now need to get the party to Colton’s control and how the event should be that doesn’t have his parents being overly controlled and being freaking social media obsessed and send the photos to things like Facebook or Instagram or Snapchat. Or even over at some social media site called CatFinger. I might’ve got banned over there. I’ll you that. No bullshitting. And let just put this out there. The Belcher kids, in charge of helping a birthday party. Anything would help Colton out and get the party to under his jurisdiction but then I remember…
What happened the last time the Belcher kids helped someone to have an amazing birthday party? Something about ending up getting two birthday parties falling apart into a brawl and landing one side to a trip to the ranger’s office?
Yeah, so it looks like the operation is a go when the three are about to head over at the presents as the parents of Colton was about to take it for Colton to open up the birthday gifts. To help Colton out, Louise, Gene, and Tina are about to deliver the blow and help him out by putting their fingers onto their nose like they are picking it like what Louise sees Colton earlier on in the episode in full disgust. That right there, although it helped Colton out and makes the optimism meter go up for him, his parents on the other hand, not so much and decided to have a chat with the three.
The two parents scorns at them and tells why they ruined the photo op of Colton opening up his presents. And just the kids are about to tell them why, enter Colton into the home and tells that the whole party isn’t even his. And said that this party, his own birthday party, is nothing more than them trying to make themselves look good. And that of course, is the point of where Colton’s parents begin to feel bad to themselves because while they were too busy thinking about themselves at the party, that didn’t even think about what their son is feeling or what he wants, thus putting him in the back of the bus. On the day of his birth. Parents of the year, am I right? But yeah, Colton’s parents felt bad about this and decided to have it Colton’s way and to have a normal party instead. And for the Belcher kids, a party that they can at least enjoy as day is about to turn into night. And for them, what was supposed to be them not wanting to be around Colton mostly because of him being a nose picking antisocial who somewhat talks to his imaginary friend, after helping him out getting his parents to not think about themselves being like they want to be important and focus on their kid and what’s best for his sake, you could say a friendship being blossomed. It’s like with Louise with Jessica and later with Millie. Or with Gene with…again, Courtney and Alex. November 25 is gonna be a total shitshow. Oh, and Tina with Becky or Zeke. And then…to the C-plot.
So to sum up the C-plot of the episode, it’s mostly Linda trying to help Teddy getting ready for his upcoming date. I know that it should be a good thing that Teddy goes for the rebound and begins to move on from Denise, his ex-wife, that he tried to impress back in Season 7. But it was brought up out of nowhere. It’s the same with Gayle back in “Gayle Makin’ Bob Sled” when she brought up her relationship with Mr. Frond and got the viewers questioning, “When did that happened?” Only for two episodes later as we switch over to 2015 to 2016 with “The Cook, The Steve, The Gayle, and Her Lover” when Gayle introduced her boyfriend to the Belchers, which of course, reveals to be Mr. Frond. That won’t be the case this time around because that woman, Teddy’s date, I believe her name was Christine was it? Is gonna be your typical one-shot character and never to be brought up again. Or that is until, you know, when Helen makes her return later in the series.
So Linda helps Teddy, just like with Season 4 when she has to help him how to dance, only this time around, it’s him trying to eat sushi mostly because he hates sushi, in fact, never tried it before but his date loves sushi, so he has to lie about liking it as well, thus making his second date, oh wow, two dates, what a time to be alive. Second date being over at the sushi restaurant. And it looks like it’s Linda to the rescue to get Teddy to try out sushi. And it looks like this is gonna be a tough as it looks because each and every time from Linda bringing Teddy up his first plate to the time of his date, just as he tried out a piece of sushi, puts in this mouth and spits it out. Mostly due to his taste buds rejecting it. And when he tried out the wasabi…yeah, it basically everyone who ever tried the thing out for the first time. Not a pleasant experience. All the way to have Linda holding his nose to make Teddy eat it. It’s like a mother having trouble to feed their baby some baby food without using any tactics to make the baby eat. And Linda did went through that. But with Teddy? Am I the one here to think that this third plot of the episode seems a bit…you know? A total waste of time? Because that’s where I’m getting here with this sub-subplot. I don’t know why this has to be added into this as both the main plot with Bob and Edith and the subplot with the kids switching from not wanting to be around the party to help getting the party to Colton’s control play out. I guess it maybe due to FOX trying out the whole limited commercial things, I don’t know if the channel City or whatever you call it in Canada also did the same thing as what FOX did with the whole limited commercial thing but like the subplot in “The Taking of Funtime One Two Three”, it was a complete waste of time. So I guess I could say the C-plot is pretty much unnecessary to be added into the episode. So yeah, that’s my thoughts with the C-plot. And both the A and B-plots of the episode? Well, let’s figure it out…now.
So what do I think about this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers? Better than last week’s I supposed as the we now end the streak of episodes where we have characters having backstories and whatnot in the road to revenge only to realize this is all wrong. So Edith…we got characterization on her in the form of the quilt. And you would’ve think it would be your typical episode where it would be going nowhere or in the line of being a bland episode, but the main plot was alright to be honest. It was a good main plot with Bob and Edith. There are some flaws in the mix, I think that whole Edith using her medical episode to convince Bob to get him involved in the heist seems a bit of a low blow. And whole word combination with the terms “quilt” and “thief” combined. It was funny at first, only to getting old that quickly. But it was an alright episode. We got some backstory with Edith of all characters and her playing a major role, mostly when it comes to her and Bob driving around, stealing quilts like the Grinch stealing presents, or the Bleaken stealing presents and trees, only for her and Harold to set up the quilting square that includes her quilt that includes her time at the wharf when she was a kid a very long time ago, back when Eisenhower was president, with the circus that was shown in poster form stitched up in the quilt. And that of course, when Bob noticed it and begins to like it, he ends up continuing the job for one last time, only to be confronted by the quilting circle and Bosco and tells them that they have to accept Edith’s quilt and of course, circus people, and went through a democratic vote and the quilt stays. So despite the flaws that I mentions earlier, it was an alright main plot of the episode.
And the same goes to the subplot with the kids attending Colton’s party that they don’t want to be around at first, mostly because of what they think of Colton being a nose picking anti socialite but when Louise, trying to switch presents only to get caught by Colton himself, found out his parents are controlling the party for their own gain and somewhat making Colton miserable and decided to help him getting the party he wanted. Putting their fingers into their noses, get in trouble by his parents, and have Colton to stand up for himself and tells them that the party is mostly centered around them making it all about themselves that they didn’t even noticed how miserable Colton was throughout the episode and decided to have it Colton’s way. Huh. The looks like the whole “don’t judge a book by its cover” thing works really well here in this episode enough for the viewers to somewhat sympathize with Edith and for Louise, Tina, and Gene to feel bad for Colton and help him out having a good party.
So like last week, it was a good subplot. And it would’ve been a good, it still is, don’t get me wrong. But it would’ve been like…more of an 8.5, maybe a low 9 out of 10 but the C-plot was there and of course, a complete waste of time from making it somewhat of a good episode. So all and all, I think I this episode is…well, you could possibly call it an after school episode, but that seems more entitled to last week’s rather than this week. But at the same time, it looks like we’re at it again. But it’s still better than last week and that of course, received the rewatch citation. This one…you could rewatch it. But that’s up to you to decide. So I’ll give “Bobby Driver”…
An 8 out of 10. It was a solid episode with both the main plot and the subplot working out really. And I know it was only shown in quilt form, it was sort of nice to know about Edith’s past of her spending time at the Wonder Wharf to watch the circus people perform and…how the writers are humanizing someone who somewhat doesn’t have a heart in Edith. So…that was something. And of course, the kids, despite not wanting to be in the party, decided to help Colton out and gets him a normal party, and a normal party indeed he got after standing up to his parents once the Belcher kids got in trouble. So second week in a row where the subplot doesn’t suck.
I’m not missing something. No sir or ma’am or whatever. You can’t make it retalk about that C-plot that wasn’t supposed to be here. Anyway, tune in this upcoming Sunday where of course, it’s Thanksgiving and…we’re saving a turkey. Yeah, no bullshitting. Instead of eating or making turkey, the Belchers are gonna go save a turkey from a truck ride to the slaughterhouse. I think PETA just sponsored that upcoming episode. In the Seventh Episode of the Ninth Season, the Seventh Thanksgiving Episode of the series, “Bobby Driver”, on November 18.
Tell me what you think about this week’s episode. Do you like it? Do you hate it? Do you like the design that Edith made on her quilt? Do you think the writers have humanized her for an episode despite knowing her being someone who can be coldhearted? Was the C-plot was potential waste of time? And…seriously, what grade is Colton? Because that got people railed up. Seriously. I maybe thinking about seeing him as…I want to say…fifth grader? I don’t know man. I don’t know. My money’s on fifth grade.
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