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What's on the menu at Bob's Burgers this Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is upon us, and we know what you’ve all been wondering: What dish, rife with puns, will Bob’s Burgers serve up this holiday?

Look no further. EW exclusively obtained the menu, which reads: “We’re normally closed on Thanksgiving but if we were open here’s what we’d serve: The Melts In Your Ply-Mouth Burger—a turkey burger with cranberry sauce served with pumpkin pie fries and extra wine (And then a little bit more wine, in the kitchen—to get you through the day).” Now (sing as Linda Belcher), pass the cranberry sauce.

While we’re on the subject of Bob’s Burgers and Thanksgiving (bear with me, this transition will make sense), let’s just take a moment to remember The National singing “Sailors in Your Mouth.”

Bob’s Burgers‘ Thanksgiving episode airs Sunday at 9:30/8:30c on Fox.


Who (or what) is haunting the Belchers' basement on 'Bob's Burgers'?

While you’re nursing your chocolate hangover at the end of this weekend, you can try to squeeze one last treat out of Halloween by tuning into “Tina and the Real Ghost,” a supernatural-themed episode of Bob’s Burgers. How awesomely awkward would it be if she started dating a spirit who was trapped in a box? Find out Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on Fox. In the meantime, check out this exclusive clip from the episode, in which an exterminator from Hugs Not Bugs ventures into the Belchers’ basement, where he seems to find a lot more than he bargained for.

Also: smiling bats. READ FULL STORY

10 things we learned about 'Bob's Burgers' at its PaleyFest panel

New York’s Paley Center for Media is in the middle of its TV-centric PaleyFest, which includes several panel discussions with the casts and crews of critically beloved shows. Last night, EW caught one with the people behind Bob’s Burgers—including voice actors H. Jon Benjamin and Kristen Schaal, John Roberts, and the show’s creator, Loren Bouchard.

The hour-long conversation frequently detoured into improvisational riffing by the cast, but it also delivered some interesting information about the show. Here are ten of the best tidbits we learned.

The show works at its own pace. Its creators are willing to sacrifice the kind of up-to-the-minute timeliness of a show like South Park in order to concentrate on small details. Some episodes have taken up to a year to produce from start to finish. READ FULL STORY

Watch Gene pitch a 'Die Hard' musical in the 'Bob's Burgers' season premiere

Die Hard or Working Girl? That’s the kind of question that plagues the young students at Wagstaff School, and Gene Belcher is in the middle of all of it in this exclusive clip from this Sunday’s season-five premiere of Bob’s Burgers.

The episode finds Wagstaff’s pupils competing to pitch up with what they think should be the big fall musical this year. Gene is set on adapting Die Hard, the movie’s Christmas setting be damned. But his confidence is shattered when he finds out that his “thunder thief” and once-lover Courtney is pitching Working Girl—or as he calls it, “the sassy sister film to Die Hard.”

Needless to say, things get tense and keyboard insults are hurled. Take a look at Gene and Courtney’s dueling musicals in the exclusive Bob’s Burgers clip below.


11 things you'll want to know about the 'Simpsons'-'Family Guy' crossover

It’s finally time for Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin to bro down and drink up. On Sept. 28, from 9 p.m. all the way to 10 p.m., the animated worlds of Fox’s The Simpsons and Family Guy will collide colossally when Family Guy’s season premiere features the Griffins breaking bread/donuts with the Simpsons. Friendships are formed between the two families before Homer and Peter get in a massive fight over their respective beer of choice.

Dying to know how this crossover came to life? Wondering what to expect when the Quahog crew cruises over to Springfield? Still trying to free up some DVR space by powering through the leftovers of the FXX’s Simpsons marathon? You’re on your own on that last one, but Family Guy co-showrunner/executive producer Richard Appel gave EW some insight and intel into the long-awaited mashup.


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'Simpsons'-'Family Guy' crossover to include 'Bob's Burgers' cameo

A few more details about the much-anticipated Simpsons-Family Guy crossover episode were spilled today at Fox’s comedy showrunners panel at Television Critics Association press tour. READ FULL STORY

'Bob's Burgers': Undercover horse dad to the rescue! -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Some dads will do anything for their daughter.

In this week’s episode of Bob’s Burgers, the Fox comedy takes on the “brony” subculture with its own twist as Bob must go undercover to steal back Tina’s beloved (and rare) horse doll, or equestranaut. Check out this exclusive clip from Sunday’s episode below: READ FULL STORY

'Bob's Burgers': Tina feels the bat mitzvah blues –- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

We’ve all been there — some super cool kid in the seventh grade is having the Bat Mitzvah to End All Bat Mitzvahs, and you didn’t get an invite. And since Bob’s Burgers’ breakout favorite Tina Belcher is the epitome of all things middle school, of course she’s singing the bat mitzvah blues in the newest installment of Fox’s hit animated show.

In the March 16 episode “Mazel Tina,” the eldest Belcher child is bummed that she didn’t get invited to Tammy’s bat mitzvah, but being the inventive, idea-riddled little gem that she is, she finds a way to score an invite by volunteering Bob and co. to cater the glamorous event.

Watch an exclusive clip below, and tune in to an all-new Bob’s Burgers (one of EW’s picks for the ten funniest shows on TV right now) on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET. READ FULL STORY

'Bob's Burgers' sneak peek: Watch the kids get farty in their own music video


If you thought the Ramones’ Rock ‘N’ Roll High School was cool, wait until you see the Belchers’ “Fart School for the Gifted.”

That’s what Wagstaff Middle School turns into on this Sunday’s Bob’s Burgers when Gene, Tina, and Louise pen a catchy rock tune dedicated to the wonders of “the wind that’s in your tails.” Needless to say, their classmates can’t help but join in on the fun, and soon the whole building (sans faculty!) joins in on the song-and-dance number.

Plus: keytar. Yes!

Take a look at the exclusive fart-rock video below:


'Bob's Burgers' sneak peak: Bob becomes a substitute teacher -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


What happens when Tina has to start calling Bob “Mr. Belcher” instead of dad? She’ll finally get to fulfill her fantasy of becoming the teacher’s pet.

Well, maybe. This Sunday’s Bob’s Burgers will find the Belcher family patriarch taking on a gig as substitute teacher when the regular home-ec instructor goes on leave because she is, in the words of guidance counselor Mr. Frond, “a drug addict.” This prompts Tina to lose herself in a gold-star-filled fever dream, and we’ve got an exclusive preview video of it right here.

Watch the clip below:


'Bob's Burgers' animates The National singing Thanksgiving song in boatloads of gravy -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO


Fans of The National, Bob’s Burgers and, well, gravy, you are in for a treat: The Fox comedy has animated the Brooklyn indie rockers singing “Sailors in Your Mouth,” the wistful ode to the savory sauce that was heard in Sunday’s Thanksgiving episode. That wasn’t the first time that the band and Bob’s Burgers bonded: The National contributed a rendition of “Kill Your Turkey” to last year’s Thanksgiving episode, and Bob’s Burgers writer Scott Jacobson directed the video for The National’s “Conversation 16,” which stars… Bob’s voice actor Kristen Schaal.

Press play for a trippy, drippy journey into Bob’s mouth and beyond. READ FULL STORY

'Bob's Burgers' Thanksgiving sneak peek: 'Turkey's in the toilet' -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

There’s nothing more stressful than preparing a Thanksgiving meal, especially because there are so many things that can go wrong. You can burn something, over-salt, under-cook, or, if you’re Bob, find the turkey in the toilet?

We have an exclusive sneak peek from Bob’s Burgers Thanksgiving episode, which shows the family waking up on Thanksgiving morning to find that their uncooked turkey is somehow wedged in the toilet. And trying to get it out? Well, that’s a bad idea for a number of reasons.

Watch the clip below: READ FULL STORY


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