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BOB’S BURGERS is an animated series about a man, his family, and a burger restaurant.
BOB BELCHER (H. Jon Benjamin, FAMILY GUY, “Archer”), a third-generation restaurateur, runs Bob’s Burgers with the support of his wife and their three children. Bob has a lot of ideas about burgers, sauces, and sides, but only a few on customer service and business management. Despite his greasy counters, poor location, and inconsistent service, Bob believes his burgers speak for themselves.
Despite the fact that business is slow, Bob gets to work with his family. His wife, LINDA BELCHER (John Roberts, “The Christmas Tree,” “Jackie & Debra”), believes in Bob’s dream through thick and thin (though, to be honest, she’s tired of the thin). TINA (Dan Mintz, “Important Things with Demetri Martin,” “The Andy Milonakis Show”), their eldest daughter, is a 13-year-old hopeless romantic with limited social skills. GENE (Eugene Mirman, “Flight of the Conchords,” “Aqua Teen Hunger Force”), the middle child, is a wannabe musician and troublemaker who serves up more jokes than burgers. LOUISE (Kristen Schaal, “Flight of the Conchords,” “Modern Family”) is the most enthusiastic about her father’s business, but her off-kilter sense of humor and high energy level make her a problem in the kitchen.
Bob’s Burgers Tv Series Quiz
Beyond the restaurant is a city full of personality. It’s Your Funeral Home and Crematorium is just next door to Bob’s; Wonder Wharf, the oceanside amusement pier, is down the street; and Wagstaff Middle School, where Bob and Linda’s children attend, is a few blocks away. And across the street is Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria, Bob’s primary rival and a thorn in Bob’s side. Also, you must try to play this Bob’s Burgers Tv Series Quiz.
The process of creating a TV show is simple… and complicated. A writer comes up with an idea for a program, creates a pilot script, and if they have enough credits and clout in Hollywood, they get an agent, and that agent gets the pilot into the hands of TV network executives who determine what shows they want to make. This is not how Bob’s Burgers came to be. Suzanna Makkos, Fox’s executive vice president in charge of comedy, approached creator Loren Bouchard and requested him to produce an animated series for the network.
Makkos was working on a new animated series and was looking at demo reels from animation studios. One of them featured excerpts from Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil, a morbid comedy that aired on Adult Swim for a short time. Makkos enjoyed the animation, but it was the show that she enjoyed the most. She thought it was hilarious and had an assistant find its inventor, Loren Bouchard. He was living in San Francisco at the time and flew down to talk with Makkos about putting on a show the next day.
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Because cartoons are so expensive and difficult to produce, some producers will forego creating a full 30-minute pilot in favor of a “pilot presentation,” a short, roughly animated film of a few minutes that offers network executives a solid idea of what a completed series would feel like. One such pilot presentation was created for Fox by Bouchard and producer Jim Dauterive. Kevin Reilly, president of Fox Entertainment, enjoyed the show’s basic premise and atmosphere, although he had a few suggestions.
Among them was the fact that the three children’s personalities were not sufficiently distinct from one another. The Belcher children were made up of one girl (Louise) and two boys, Gene and Daniel, during the time. While Bouchard had to accept that Reilly was accurate, neither he nor Fox was willing to part ways with Dan Mintz, who played Daniel. The solution is to change Daniel to Tina, keep Mintz in the role, and have him not change his voice or approach to the character at all.