Bob and Linda's double-date plans take a disastrous turn when the couples find themselves trapped inside an Escape Room. Oh no, I know it's a total scam. I love anything when the kids are all together. Both the primary and secondary plots in this episode are pretty darn great! Talk about Chekhov's poop tape. .
And her husband is in need of a therapy animal for, well, something stupid. And Neither does the rat in the vents. We cut to them watching the movie, get a few reactions, and cut away. Meanwhile, the kids host some school friends for a spooky movie night back at the house. Any of them would've been better than what they got. However, the night starts going downhill from the very first moment they meet up with Ruth Anne and Nicholas. I just bring them wherever I can get away with it.
I also appreciated that, while Bob and Linda were able to get some positives out of the night when it was over, they also are in no hurry to do it again. Man, I would love that jewish deli zombie movie. The woman is frustrated with her husband with all of his stress, as well as his need for a therapy dog. January 1, 2017, was a Sunday. I don't fake that my dogs are emotional support.
I did like how even though it was Linda's idea she knew the double date was a disaster. After an awkward dinner, things get even more awkward at Great Escape-tations. Bob and Linda hadn't, and they knew the kind of excitement and satisfaction that would come with escaping, which is why Ruthanne probably suggests it in the first place. On the other hand this is just wild speculation and they could have just been a couple of weird and interesting people, but I think the idea that they would plan a date like this to make up for the crappy one they knew Bob and Linda would have is evidence of the lengths the writers go to to create great characters, not just annoying ones. They also love escape rooms and manage to rope Bob and Linda into going to one. On the note that they themselves seem kind of insufferable, which I'll give you they really are, this is also their lives it seems. How Bob always manages to be so relatable has got to be witchcraft.
But still, that's their everyday, it sucks no matter how you slice it so I think they're justified in being how they are. Edited April 16, 2018 by ganesh I'm all in on anyone that's bringing their dog everywhere. Plus, the dog was poorly behaved. And that Bob only gets texts from Linda. They invite a few friends over and traumatize them for life. The way Bob said it cracked me up.
Additionally, is credited last on the main cast credits for voicing the employee at when usually the whole main cast is credited in order by their last name. But, yes, that was kinda gross. This is also reflected in the name of the escape room facility, , which also references Charles Dickens' Great Expectations. The restaurant and later the escape room should have asked the guy to leave even those with guide or service dogs can be asked to leave a public place if their dog is not behaving correctly. Actually, that bugged the shit out of me. I liked that after the dog had had been rooting in Bob's crotch for a while, when he turned from the table, you could see the big wet spot.
It turns out, The Trouble With Doubles is horrifying, but not in a typical way. I also loved Bob imitating Linda: This is fun. That couple was the worst. Bob and his quirky family have big ideas about burgers, but fall short on service and sophistication. However, all three of the children are still frightened enough to want to sleep in their bed.
Bob's Burgers Season 8 Episodes. It had plenty of funny moments, some delightfully strange characters, and a few syrupy sweet scenes to top it all off. The buy in for Tina was that Jimmy Jr was coming. Why would they do an escape room they know? In the end Bob and Linda both did have some fun, sort of, thanks to their dates, and I think Ruthanne and Nicholas plan it like that. Showing off her masterful babysitting skills, Tina enacts a plan to lighten the mood — even if she has to mortify herself in the process. Ever since I started hearing about escape rooms, I would like to try one. Love the title of the scary movie, Again With the Living Dead? No, rather than reanimated corpses or ax murderers, this episode shows us something much worse: Nicolas and Ruth Anne.
This whole aspect of the episode delighted me, because my family literally has a very similar tape of one of my younger siblings. I kind of feel bad for Bob and Linda that they don't really have adult friends and the one couple are just awful. I can't remember which kid said he wanted a whole line of adults from here to his house and each one would give him a hug. Tina taking control of the situation in this way is nice to see, and watching baby Tina singing her song is a treat indeed. I realize that many others may have covered this episode by now, but none will have done so with my spin on it. By the time the four of them manage to make it out, Linda starts to enjoy herself, while Bob even feels a little braver from the ordeal.