Louise, Millie, and Rudy plot revenge on a teacher after feeling slighted during a special Ancient Greece unit; Bob gets his own room.
Gene reluctantly agrees to star in a music video for Courtney; Teddy and Linda are obsessed with a mysterious customer at the restaurant.
Teddy is forced to face his past when Linda encourages him to attend a farewell ceremony for the ship on which he served in the Navy.
Bob and Linda are invited to a Valentine’s Day dinner at a fancy restaurant on Kingshead Island; the kids attempt to get past Jen the babysitter so they can have cheap Valentine’s Day candy.
Louise discovers that Mr. Frond’s plan to have the students evaluate the teachers shifts the balance of power from the teachers to the children; Bob and Linda can’t agree on their final resting place.
After Gene breaks his favorite, extremely rare ’70s era Christmas record, Tina and Louise join him in the search for another copy. Meanwhile, Teddy wants to do a neighborhood Secret Santa with Bob and Linda.
Tina becomes obsessed with her schoolmates ditching class during a photography assignment; the Belchers are visited by a woman who used to live in their apartment.
Louise gets stuck helping Bob cook Thanksgiving dinner for a retirement home; Tina and Gene assist Zeke with entertaining the residents.
Linda and Tina try to help Louise build a bed loft in one day; Bob and Gene host a tabletop role-playing game.
Louise and Mr. Fischoeder engage in a battle of wits when the Belcher kids take part in a beach clean-up for Wagstaff Volunteer Day; Teddy surprises Bob and Linda with his new look.
Gene freaks out about growing up and tries to stay young; Linda considers trying the new hair salon next to the restaurant, but fears the wrath of her hairdresser-slash-friend Gretchen.
Bob goes on a road trip with Teddy; Linda and the kids compete to be Employee of the Day.
Linda receives a mysterious note on Halloween and must go to her old hometown with Gayle to answer for a misdeed they committed 27 years ago.
When Tina gets nervous about an oral report, Mr. Frond lends her a crystal his girlfriend claims has special powers; Bob and Linda purchase a box of imperfect produce and try to use it all before it goes bad.
Louise must attend the Pixie Princess Promenade to pay Millie a debt; a bouquet shaped like a dog forces Linda to face her past.
Tina invites her friends to see an old campy vampire sing-along movie with her and Bob; Linda opens a restaurant for raccoons in the alley.
Linda recruits the kids in her fight to save a dumb local tradition; Bob is entranced by an online cucumber.
The Belcher kids get into a cat-and-mouse game with Dr. Yap when he catches them stealing something in the waiting room of his office; Bob, Linda and Teddy try to clean bird poop off the restaurant window.
Louise ropes Tina and Gene into her journey to see Rudy’s model bridge that explodes; Mort tries to teach Bob, Linda and Teddy how to meditate.
Bob gets into a four-car fender bender outside the restaurant and finding out who’s at fault proves to be harder than he thought.
Tina faces a crisis as hall monitor when she finds a new passion for an underground trend at Wagstaff that Mr. Frond is out to stop; Bob and Linda try to help Teddy sneak food into a movie theater.