The cast and show creator Loren Bouchard backstage after their blockbuster live show in San Francisco at the Nob Hill Masonic Center. Look for this on the inside cover of our upcoming double live LP (that is, if you run a record label and care to release a Bob’s Burgers double live LP).
Photo by the hilarious Larry Murphy (you know him as Teddy).
This made our day.
We don’t condone this, but we love it. Wrap your head around THAT.
Our own beloved Kristen Schaal — the voice of Louise, if you weren’t aware — has her FIRST-EVER HOUR-LONG SPECIAL airing tonight on Comedy Central. It’s on at midnight, so stay up late or set your DVR.
There are surprises in store. And hilarity. And weirdness. If you love Louise, you will love it.
Janine Brito is a writer for Totally Biased with W. Kumau Bell. On Twitter she mentioned — probably jokingly — that she would like to make a blog where she and others prepare, eat, and review every Burger of the Day special from Bob’s. Well we took this joke VERY SERIOUSLY INDEED, possibly because we can’t tell jokes from serious-talk, but also because we would love to see that blog and want to help make it a reality.
Would you like to help Janine, possibly by making a Burger of the Day, eating it, and reviewing it? Give her a heads up on Twitter. She’s at @janinebrito.
Ms. Katy Pearson has covered one of our favorite hair-brushing songs…
While we as a nation prepare for tonight’s episode of Bob’s Burgers — which, longtime fans might be interested to know, was co-written by Bob’s creator Loren Bouchard himself — let us honor an otherwise unsung hero of said episode, Mr. Zach White.
Zach made himself available to track down Bob’s star Kevin Kline while Mr. Kline was on location, and to record CRUCIAL ADDITIONAL DIALOGUE that, had it not been delivered by the actual Kevin Kline, would have just been our writers’ assistant Mike Olsen who’s seen DAVE a lot and can kinda do the voice.
THANK YOU, ZACH!
And to all of you: remember to watch tonight! TOPSY! 9:30 pm! FOOOOOOX!
Zach White, pretending he’s a Ghostbuster.
This wall, in Bob’s employee Tony Gennaro’s office, contains many cryptic hints of Bob’s episodes to come. Oh, and Tony also drew all of these.