The 200th episode of Bob’s Burgers may need paid homage to a in style fan principle.
Warning: This episode comprises spoilers for Bob Burgers Season 11 Episode 6 “”Bob Belcher and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Kids” which aired on November fifteenth 2020 on FOX.
The Fox animated sequence Bob Burgers aired its first episode on January 9, 2011 and simply aired its 200th episode on November 15, 2020. The sequence follows the Belcher household — Bob, Linda, Tina, Gene and Louise — as they run their burger restaurant whereas being concerned within the ordinary wacky hijinks that accompany an animated sequence. In the 200th episode, the Belchers get up in the midst of the night time to seek out out the restaurant has partially burned down proper earlier than a pageant that guarantees loads of clientele. The supply of the fireplace is undetermined at first earlier than every of the children confesses for being the trigger, together with Louise, who, in keeping with a Reddit fan principle, may need died in a hearth nicely earlier than the present ever started airing.
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The principle (which has been debunked by sequence creator Loren Bouchard) states that Tina has been useless the whole time. During the opening title sequence, audiences see the restaurant undergo three phases of a grand opening: the primary opening was interrupted by a hearth, the second decimated by a rat infestation and the third affected by a phone pole falling by the entrance window.
The principle estimated that every accident precipitated the dying of one of many Belcher youngsters. Gene unintentionally introduced in some rats and was bitten by one and died from the an infection, Tina was killed by the fallen phone pole, and lastly, Louise was killed in a hearth she began. The 200th episode paid a doable homage to that principle as Louise recants how she began the fireplace. The episode did finish on a excessive word, revealing Hugo, the well being inspector, because the true reason behind the fireplace.
While Hugo was the offender, it was fascinating to see Louise’s response to the fireplace. As most audiences know, Louise’s persona may be very manic and wild. This is indicated by the numerous situations the place she has both been on the forefront of chaos or is planning it herself. The present has additionally indicated that Louise has an curiosity with hearth. In Season 4, Episode 14, “Uncle Teddy,” when Louise sees Teddy’s blowtorch and is fascinated by it. In Season 3, Episode 1, “Ear-sy Rider,” she unleashes a maniacal snicker as a hearth rages behind her.
The 200th episode places a twist on the fan principle by displaying Louise being actually remorseful for inflicting the fireplace, which was barely in contrast to her, given her perspective in the direction of the restaurant and duty usually. Normally, she would have shied away from proudly owning as much as the error. Especially if Gene already confessed, it could have given her a simple out. Yet, Louise nonetheless took duty for inflicting the fireplace and made it her mission to make up for her mistake.
As talked about earlier, sequence creator Loren Bouchard debunked the speculation; nonetheless, it is fascinating to see what would have occurred if the speculation had been true, given B0b’s dismay in the direction of Louise utilizing the grill. Overall, for a 200th episode, Bob Burgers proved it should by no means run out of concepts or persist with a stereotypical storyline.
Created by Loren Bouchard, Bob Burgers stars H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman and Kristen Schaal. The sequence airs Sundays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
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