Bob’s Burgers Season 7 Store Gags
Note: Season 7, Episodes 7 and 9 do not have a normal introduction and no storefront.
That’s What She Sawed: Tools For Women
Episode: Season 7, Episode 1 – “Flu-ouise”
‘That’s What She Said’ is a joke often told when someone says something innocent that could also be taken as a double-entendre. While this joke has been around forever, many people know it as one of Michael Scott’s many catchphrases on the American version of The Office.
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Pair Of Dice City: Dice Outlet
Episode: Season 7, Episode 2 – “Sea Me Now”
The name of this dice outlet store is based on the 1987 Guns N’ Roses song ‘Paradise City’. It is track six on the band’s first album, Appetite For Destruction.
Sag Me To Hell: Bra Boutique
Episode: Season 7, Episode 3 – “Teen-A Witch”
I don’t know who’s breasts are sagging all the way down to hell…but I would like to meet them someday. Regardless, the store is most likely named after the 2009 horror film ‘Drag Me To Hell’. The film stars Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Lorna Raver, and Dileep Rao.
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Sew-Sew: Average Needle Point Supplies
Episode: Season 7, Episode 4 – “They Serve Horses, Don’t They?”
The store needs a little self-esteem boost. They openly announce that their products are so-so and average. This may not be the best marketing strategy for a needlepoint supplier.
Waiters Gonna Wait: Restaraunt Supplies
Episode: Season 7, Episode 5 – “Large Brother, Where Fart Though?”
This is a play on the phrase ‘haters gonna hate’, used to brush off people trying to put you down.
Let’s Give ‘Em Stuffing To Talk About: Stuffing Emporium
Episode: Season 7, Episode 6 – “The Quirkducers”
Do you think this store sells the food stuffing, or stuffing for stuffed animals? Either way, the store’s name is based on Bonnie Raitt’s classic 1991 song ‘Something To Talk About’. It was track one on her album ‘Luck of the Draw’.
Cindy Lopper: Hairstyling
Episode: Season 7, Episode 8 – “Ex MachTina”
Imagine Cyndi Lauper lopping off your hair. Now that would be a fun afternoon. The name of this Hairstylist is an homage to the famous singer who was popular in the 1980s and 1990s.
You Can’t Handle The Tooth: Dental Extraction
Episode: Season 7, Episode 10 – “There’s No Business Like Mr. Business Business”
This is the second ‘You Can’t Handle The Truth’ reference in the store next door gags. Also, the episode after this one is titled ‘A Few ‘Gurt Men’.
Bath Sheet Crazy
Episode: Season 7, Episode 11 – “A Few ‘Gurt Men”
No crazy reference here. This is just a play on the phrase ‘Bat Shit Crazy’. I guess some people are crazy about bath sheets.
Brush It Again, Sam: Refurbished Toothbrushes
Episode: Season 7, Episode 12 – “Like Gene For Chocolate”
This is one of the many Casablanca references found in Bob’s Burgers. The classic 1942 film stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.
Soft Serve: Gentle Process Servers
Episode: Season 7, Episode 13 – “The Grand Mama-pest Hotel”
This storefront is a double-entendre of the phrase ‘soft serve’. Soft serve can refer to the type of ice cream. However, since this is a gentle computing company, it can be taken as ‘soft servers’.
Pro-Pain Accessories: Dominatrix Supplies
Episode: Season 7, Episode 14 – “Aquaticism”
‘Propane And Propane Accessories’ is a catchphrase of Hank Hill, the protagonist in Mike Judge’s famous animated series King of the Hill.
Looks Like We’re In For Nasty Leather
Episode: Season 7, Episode 15 – “Ain’t Miss Debatin'”
‘Looks Like We’re In For Nasty Weather’ is a lyric from the 1969 Creedence Clearwater Revival song ‘Bad Moon Rising’. It was track five on the band’s album ‘Green River’.
Lin-Manuel’s Verandas: Patio Furniture
Episode: Season 7, Episode 16 – “Eggs For Days”
This patio furniture company is referencing the actor and musician Lin-Manuel Miranda.
You Do The Meth: Recovery Clinic
Episode: Season 7, Episode 17 – “Zero LARP Thirty”
This is not the first meth joke, or the first rehab clinic joke, in the series. Why would a rehab have a name that tells you to do meth? Maybe it helps keep business flowing. This store name is a reference to the popular phrase ‘You Do The Math’, used when you want someone to make connections for themselves.
Balls To The Wall: Handball Supply
Episode: Season 7, Episode 18 – “The Laser-inth”
Honestly, this is one of the few jokes that could be a real store. ‘Balls To The Wall’ is a phrase used to describe when something is happening at full force. That is a pretty cool name for a handball supply store.
A Curd In The Hand: Homemade Cheeses
Episode: Season 7, Episode 19 – “Thelma And Louise Except Thelma Is Linda”
This is a play on the classic idiom ‘A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush’, used to tell people to appreciate what they have.
Sock Her, Mom: Ladies Boxing Gym
Episode: Season 7, Episode 20 – “Moms, Lies, And Videotape”
This is a play on the phrase ‘soccer mom’, often used to describe middle-class suburban mothers. I could totally imagine one of the member’s children yelling ‘Sock her, Mom!’
Gland Ho! Thyroid Exams
Episode: Season 7, Episode 21 – “Paraders Of The Lost Float”
‘Land Ho!’ is a phrase used by sailors to tell their leader that they can see land in the distance.
Welcome Back Potter: Second Hand Ceramics
Episode: Season 7, Episode 22 “Into The Mild”
‘Welcome Back, Kotter’ was a television series that ran from 1975 to 1979. The sitcom was about a man who becomes a teacher at his own high school. He must figure out how to teach a group of misfits known as the Sweathogs.
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About Bob’s Burgers
Bob’s Burgers is a comedy cartoon series that airs on Fox. It is currently in its 12th season. The animated sitcom stars H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, and Kristen Schaal.
Bob’s Burgers tells the story of a family-owned burger restaurant trying to get by, usually with hilarious consequences. Bob is trying to support his family, including his manically-optimistic wife Linda, his socially inept teenage daughter Tina, his creative and silly son Gene, and his mischievous younger daughter Louise.