“There’s No Business Like Mr. Business Business” (02/19/17) – When Gayle’s (guest star Megan Mullally) cat, Mr. Business, secures pet agent Ian Amberson (guest star John Oliver), Bob finds out that Linda may have been helping to fund the cat’s career.
Ever the skeptic, Bob is prepared to shut it down, but learns that Mr. Business could be on the verge of his big break in an all-new episode of “Bob’s Burgers” airing Sunday, Feb. 19 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Guest voice stars in this episode include John Oliver as Ian Amberson; Megan Mullally as Gayle; and David Herman as Announcer.
“Bob’s Burgers,” the 2014 Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Animated Program, returns for a well-done seventh season. The critically acclaimed series was nominated for two 2015 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program and Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (John Roberts).
The series follows Bob (H. Jon Benjamin), who runs Bob’s Burgers with the help of his wife and their three kids. Bob has big ideas about burgers, but the rest of the clan falls short on service. Despite the greasy counters and lousy location, the Belchers are determined to make every “Grand Re-Re-Re-opening” a success.
In addition to Bob, the increasingly popular Belcher family includes his charming and musical wife, Linda (John Roberts); their eldest and slightly awkward daughter, Tina (Dan Mintz); goofy and whimsical middle child, Gene (Eugene Mirman); and cunning and clever youngest daughter, Louise (Kristen Schaal).
“Bob’s Burgers,” the 2014 Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Animated Program, returns for its winter premiere Sunday, Jan. 17 (7:30-8:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. The critically acclaimed series recently was nominated for a 2016 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Animation Series, and a Writers Guild of America Award for the episode “Gayle Makin’ Bob Sled.” The series also was nominated for two 2015 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program and Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (John Roberts).
“Bob’s Burgers” is a 20th Century Fox Television and Bento Box Entertainment production. The series was created by Loren Bouchard (“Home Movies”). Bouchard and Jim Dauterive (“King of the Hill”) serve as executive producers and writers.