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Bob’s Burgers "Glued, Where's My Bob?" Review - AVClub

AVClub: Tonight’s season-ending doubleheader of Bob’s Burgers episode is most likely an unintended pairing, a quirk of scheduling just like last year’s dual capper of “Hawk And Chick” and “The Oeder Games,” but tonight’s episodes share a key common thread. Both “Secret Admiral-irer” and “Glued, Where’s My Bob?” make Louise question herself, with the former focusing on her youthful cynicism and the latter turning its attention to her wanton destruction. Taken together, they tie into a general trend of recent Bob’s Burgers stories, as it’s the littlest Belcher who has received the most consistent character development. With “Secret Admiral-er,” it’s easy to see how a version of that episode made a few seasons back would focus on Tina and her own maturation, and the opening scene with Jimmy Jr. suggests Tina’s matchmaking for Meryl is a stand-in for her own romantic struggles. Which, sure, it probably is, but that doesn’t prove to be much of a focus of the episode, as you could delete that opening bit of business with Jimmy Jr. and lose very little from the rest of the episode.

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