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Bob's Burgers to Cook Up a Die Hard- Working Girl Feud, Intro Bob's Dad

Things got quite… animated… when the team behind Fox’s Bob’s Burgers dropped by TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite.

When Michael Ausiello placed an order for Season 5 scoop, funny lady Kristin Schaal offered an appetizer in the form of two characters “fighting over a chinchilla.” (Yeah, that was promptly sent back to the kitchen.)

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Then the tastier main dishes came out: A season premiere (airing Oct. 5) that will pit Die Hard: The Musical against Working Girl: The Musical. The legendary Carl Reiner lending a guest voice. You’ll get a love triangle involving a 13-year-old… ghost. And there’s the introduction of Bob’s dad.

But kicking things off, the voice cast explains why they aren’t making anywhere close to “Simpsons money” and addresses the rumor that they record their lines while [spoiler]ing.

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4 Comments
  1. Patrick Maloney says:

    Love the show and the interviews. Thank you so much for doing these and making the, so entertaining. If I could change one thing, it would be to change the opening to something other than Amy Poehler.

  2. ScrubsGuy says:

    I know there’s not a lot of love out there for Bob’s Burgers, and Fox basically clubbing it to death by putting it in the awful 7:30 pm Sunday slot won’t help matters, but it is really a terrific series. The interview was quirky and off-beat (like the series), Kristen Schaal is totally awesome, and I’m really looking forward to season 5. I feel like it’s going to be the last one, but better to go out on a high note. Thank you for posting this interview, seeing there has been so little panel coverage at SDCC for shows like this, Archer and Gravity Falls.

  3. ggny says:

    really underrated comedy.