In the Season 6 premiere, Bob laments his recent hair loss, so a nostalgic Linda recalls how it was actually his mustache that made her fall for him many years back. Meanwhile, the children offer their own takes on how their parents met.
Bob has big dollars signs in his eyes when he learns the upcoming Land Ship parade will be passing by his store, but his hopes go down the toilet when he finds out that two portable johns will be set up in front of the restaurant. Meanwhile, Tina spices up her boring life by hanging out with Jordan, who's been graffitiing the school.
Bob's big Thanksgiving plans and festivities are put on hold when he has to go pick up an injured Gayle and on the way home gets stuck in the middle of a surprise snowstorm. As a result, the holiday and the fate of the turkey fall to Linda.
Bob hosts a dinner party to bond with his new friend, while Gayle seizes the opportunity to introduce her new boyfriend to the family, unbeknownst to her that Louise has an on-going feud with the guy and is determined to break them up.
Gene and Courtney's request to become the new hosts of morning announcements may be complicated by their romantic relationship, while Tina volunteers to head the Valentine's Day carnation fundraiser, where her attempt to play Cupid misses the mark.
A slip on the sidewalk forces Bob to initiate legal action to pay for his surgery, after which he comes under the care of Jairo, who intends to heal him without using a physician. Meanwhile, the kids fabricate a law firm to settle their personal differences
A scandal erupts at Wagstaff thanks to a lice infestation, and Tina is on the front lines when she volunteers to help Nurse Liz. Meanwhile, Bob makes improvements to the restaurant to attract customers, but they wind up having the opposite effect.
The Belcher kids come to the rescue when the bounce house at Regular Sized Rudy's birthday party malfunctions. Meanwhile, an unexpected guest shows up at the restaurant, forcing Bob to deal with a longstanding phobia.
Gene leads the Belcher kids and their friends on an expedition to find a mystical creature supposedly living nearby. Back at the restaurant, the downtime sends Linda's competitive nature into overdrive.
A bad case of mono lays low Dottie Minerva, opening up a shot for Tina as soloist of the Hormone-iums, but she wonders if her big break could affect her social status. Meanwhile, Linda devises a business plan that could make the Belchers rich.
Bob's friend, Warren, visits and offers to invest in the restaurant, which could use a much-needed makeover, but the two friends' decorating ideas do not mesh. Meanwhile, one of the kids must give up their bedroom to houseguest Warren.
After finally getting to attend horse camp, it becomes clear to Tina that she must part ways with her imaginary steed, Jericho. Meanwhile, Linda creates a restaurant camp to even things up with Gene and Louise.
To earn her next Thunder Girls badge, Tina volunteers at a nursing home, where her ideas of love and romance are put to the test. Meanwhile, Bob's new friends lead him into making some questionable decisions.