After 10 seasons, Bob’s Burgers has been around long enough to have not just its go-to moves for storytelling, but also some go-to ways to mix things up. In the case of Louise, the show is usually happy to get narrative momentum from letting her be a spirit of id-driven chaos. But every so often an episode like tonight’s comes along, which reminds us that she really is a nine-year-old girl underneath all the bluster. A lot of them have to do with how much she loves her dad, loath as she is to admit it. “Spaghetti Western And Meatballs” established that dynamic way back in the first season with the Burnt Unit and her feelings of betrayal over Bob and Gene bonding over Banjo. “Carpe Museum” let that end the episode on an unusually sweet note—and introduced us to Regular Sized Rudy, but we’ll get back to him. And then there’s the direct antecedent to this latest episode, as “Hawk & Chick” closed out the fifth season by using the series of dubiously dubbed martial arts movies and the estranged father and daughter behind the characters to explore just how scared Louise is deep down about growing up in… Read full this story
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