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In spite of all this, Bob does have a small but loyal group of regular customers, including the aforementioned Mort and Teddy, a local handyman. Their three children are Tina (Dan Mintz), the oldest, Gene (Eugene Mirman), the only boy, and Louise (Kristen Schaal), the youngest.

His biggest rival is Jimmy Pesto, who owns an Italian restaurant called “Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria”, which is located directly across the street.

It attracts many more customers than Bob's Burgers, creating tension between the two owners.

Louise is somewhat of a precocious menace and an instigator of many of the debacles that face the Belcher family.

Tina is awkward, but full of heart, and muddles her way through her pubescent experiences, such as leg waxing and strong fixations on neighborhood boys.

Bob's restaurant also has seen its fair share of bad luck.

For example, in the show's opening, the property falls victim to a fire, an infestation of vermin, and a broken front window caused by a car knocking down a utility pole. Jon Benjamin) is the restaurant's owner and husband to the fun-loving and happy-go-lucky Linda (John Roberts).

on Friday, where she opened up about her past partying ways, her family finally getting along and what projects she has lined up for the future.

"I don't know whether to say thank you or I'm sorry," Lohan joked to Williams after discovering that she's the most talked-about celebrity on Williams' show, before revealing why she doesn't talk to the people from her "traumatic" clubbing days in Los Angeles and how she feels "very safe" living away from the public eye in Dubai."I didn't really know how to have a private life, because I was so young," she confessed of her time in L. "I really enjoy my serenity in Dubai..can go out and have fun, but it's a different kind of fun that you have." "I'm discussing designing an island in Dubai, with The World Islands.

One of her songs from Season 3 Episode 5, "An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal," gained so much popularity that it was covered by indie rock band The National.

Of all the musical numbers throughout the first three seasons however, the show's writers dub "Electric Love" as the best musical number so far.

This song is written by Gene and featured in the episode "Topsy" from season 3.