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The Funniest Bob's Burgers Characters, Ranked




Created by Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive, Bob’s Burgers hosts a colorful cast of lovable oddball characters. The beloved animated comedy series, which has won two Primetime Emmy Awards, is recognized for its offbeat yet familiar brand of humor. Upon its release in 2011, audiences were enchanted by the Belcher family’s strangely endearing dysfunction, following the series as Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) navigates supporting his struggling family business and raising his unruly children, who always seem to find trouble. Hilarity ensues as the characters face conflict.

Each character has an individualized outlook on life, and each has his or her own sense of humor. Although the characters (and the impressive cast of the show who voice them) are all funny in their own ways, there is only one who can claim the title of “funniest.” Here is a list of the funniest Bob’s Burgers characters, ranked.

Teddy, voiced by Larry Murphy, is Bob’s self-proclaimed best friend. A regular at Bob’s Burgers, the naive handyman often enters the shop in a frantic state, excitedly rattling off his life’s intimate details to poor Bob’s regrettably passive ear. The details he shares with Bob are often depressing, but because Teddy is so upbeat they have a sort of twisted comical effect. To further emphasize the humor, Bob is often visibly uncomfortable in these scenarios, but Teddy does not pick up on social cues and blunders blindly on to the audience’s amusement. Teddy himself is not an especially funny guy, as he does not intend to be. He can even be annoying at times, but his scenes are often entertaining and sometimes very sweet.

Whereas Teddy’s oblivious nature is what makes him funny, Linda‘s forceful humor during critical times at which she should not be oblivious make her funny. Linda, regardless of whether she is aware of this, loves to add fuel to the fire. In moments of chaos, particularly when it is caused by her own children, Linda often blissfully ignores the matter at hand in order to prioritize cracking a joke at everyone’s expense. Bob’s groaning does nothing to deter her one-woman show. Sometimes, she will even break into loud, inpromptu songs in the show, improvising strange (and often inappropriate) lyrics as she goes. The fact that she, a grown woman, is voiced by a man (John Roberts) adds a level of comedy inherent to Linda’s character.

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Bob, the titular character and protagonist, is the show’s designated malcontent. Exhausted, he laments about his weird family and often has to beg them to act like normal people. Due to this and a lack of self-confidence, Bob questions his life’s choices and, at times, his own sanity. He will often resort to strange means of self-assurance in the rare moments he has to himself, such as using a burger as a puppet to deliver a pep talk to himself, or pretending to be trapped in the walls in order to avoid his in-laws. Additionally, true to classic Dad Joke spirit, his Burger-of-the-Day puns are so desperately and pathetically devised that they are actually funny. The character’s existential crises and deadpan humor are a refreshing yet amusing break from the chaos that he is constantly surrounded by.

Linda’s younger sister, Gayle, is the quintessential weird aunt. Her high-pitched, nasal voice perfectly embodies her strangeness. Like Teddy, Gayle is not funny on purpose. The character herself, plus the cringe factor, are what make Gayle one of the funnier characters in the series. As a recurring yet nevertheless minor character, her comedic value and impact place her relatively high on this list. Gayle lives alone with her three cats, pets she loves more than people, and she does not know how to socialize properly.

She is not shy about her apparent emotional instability, often rambling on about her meds. She assertively hits on any man she pleases and in front of whomever. Her love for cats borders on being unhealthy, and for whatever reason she is devoted to painting them from the rear with cat butt on full display. She is unabashedly inappropriate regardless of context; she is unwittingly committed to inducing secondhand embarrassment. Her social ineptitude and quirky, bold nature make every Gayle scene hilarious.

Tina Belcher (Dan Mintz) is also shamelessly devoted to delivering cringeworthy content. The awkward pubescent teen’s interests include unicorns and boy butts, and she has a rather graphic romantic obsession with zombies. Tina’s painful interjections and blunt comments have won fans over, spurring memes and merchandise featuring her sagely quotes. Her humor lies in her blissful social unawareness and optimistic determination to persevere through the challenges of puberty.

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Eugene Mirman’s portrayal of Gene Belcher is nothing short of brilliant. Gene is the comedic manifestation of Middle Child Syndrome; he is loud, he loves attention, and he is full of wild ideas. He often sports wacky outfits, and he loves to follow people around with his keyboard on the sound effects setting. Gene’s clever dialogue is unparalleled. He is immature, as he still gets a kick out of a good fart joke, but his intelligence and vocabulary pleasantly juxtapose the crude factor. Gene is known to make impassioned proclamations at inopportune moments; he is undeniably hilarious.

Kristen Schaal, the iconic voice actor (and live-action actor, from Flight of the Conchords and others) behind many beloved characters, brings Louise to life. Louise may be the youngest Belcher, but she will not be underestimated for it. Do not be fooled by her size or adorable signature bunny ears; Louise is destined to become a criminal mastermind. This contrast alone is hilarious. The little trickster loves to undermine her parents’ authority and poke fun at Bob, regularly erasing his Burger-of-the-Day with something inappropriate and weird.

Louise runs the show she deviously plots the kids’ elaborate (and hilarious) schemes and ruses, easily manipulating her eldest sibling (and babysitter) Tina to follow her lead into inevitable trouble. Louise’s maniacal laughter is disturbing, adorable, and hilarious all at once. The unique boldness and surprising cleverness of her character, a nine-year-old girl, earn her the honor of the funniest Bob’s Burgers character.



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How Did Camp Scott Murders Suspect Gene Leroy “Sonny” Hart Die?



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One night in June 1977, what was supposed to be a fun camping trip for a Girl Scout group turned deadly when three young girls turned up dead. Hulu’s four-part docuseries ‘Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders’ delves into the enduring tale of this challenging case and the person who remained the prime suspect despite an acquittal, Gene Leroy “Sonny” Hart. So, if you’re curious to find out what happened to him, we’ve got you covered.

Who Was Gene Leroy “Sonny” Hart?

On June 12, 1977, a group of Girl Scouts headed out to Camp Scott in Locust Grove, Oklahoma, for a two-week summer camp. An exciting first night for the 140 scouts turned into a terrifying ordeal the following morning with the discovery of three dead bodies. 8-year-old Lori Lee Farmer, 9-year-old Michele Guse, and 10-year-old Doris Milner were assigned to sleep in tent 8 of the Kiowa Unit.

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At around 1:30 am on June 13, Carla Sue Wilhite, a camp counselor, heard moaning sounds and checked it out. While it was close to tent 8, she didn’t see anything out of the ordinary and went back to her tent. About an hour and a half later, a girl in another unit heard a scream, and another from a different unit thought she heard Lori scream for her mother. At around 6 am, Carla found three sleeping bags laid out about 150 yards from tent 8, and she made the gruesome discovery.

Lori, Michele, and Denise were murdered. While Lori and Michelle died of blunt force trauma, Denise was strangled to death in addition to a blow to her head. It was then confirmed that the girls were sexually molested. At the crime scene, the authorities found a roll of duct tape that was used on the girls and a flashlight. A newspaper was jammed into the flashlight to keep the batteries from rattling, and the light itself was covered with masking tape.

Once the authorities looked into parolees and outpatients with a history of such crimes, they were led to Gene Leroy “Sonny” Hart; his mother lived close to the campsite. Quickly, Sonny floated right to the top of the suspect list. A Cherokee Indian raised by his mother; he was seen as a talented football player while in high school before losing his way to crime. In June 1966, Sonny kidnapped two pregnant women from the parking lot of a nightclub in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Sonny eventually confessed to the kidnap in addition to raping and sodomizing the women and was sentenced to three concurrent 10-year terms. However, he was released on parole after only 28 months. Then, Sonny began burglarizing homes and was arrested on his fourth such burglary. Given that he was on parole, the court sentenced him to about 350 years behind bars. In 1973, Sonny was transferred to a county jail in Pryor, Oklahoma, and he escaped from there, remaining at large until after the Girl Scout murders.

A few days after the three girls were killed, hunters came across a cave about three miles from the campsite. It seemed like someone lived inside, leading to a call to the police. The authorities found a newspaper that was of the exact date and edition as the one found at the crime scene. Then, a pair of sunglasses were identified as the ones a camp counselor had lost. Furthermore, photographs of two women were located, and it seemed that Sonny developed them during his time at a reformatory.

However, catching Sonny was more difficult than anticipated. There was a note written on the wall of the cave that said, “The killer was here. Bye bye fools.” Not just that, Sonny’s loved ones believed he was innocent and helped keep him away from the police. He was ultimately arrested in April 1978 with the help of an informant. Sonny was found at a shack in Cookson Hills, Oklahoma.

How Did Gene Leroy “Sonny” Hart Die?

The authorities had seminal fluid as evidence, but this was in the pre-DNA era, and Sonny had already undergone a vasectomy by then, meaning he could not have produced sperm. So, the prosecution claimed that the procedure was not entirely successful. Furthermore, Sonny’s blood type matched the semen sample, but in the end, the evidence wasn’t conclusive enough. The defense reiterated the same and pointed to other potential suspects. In March 1979, Sonny was found not guilty of the murders but was sent back to prison to serve his burglary sentence.

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On June 4, 1979, he died of a heart attack due to blocked coronary arteries at the age of 34. At the time of his death, Sonny was at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary at McAlester, Pittsburg County. There was speculation about his death, with a notion that inmates poisoned him doing the rounds. In May 2022, results of DNA testing carried out a few years prior using new techniques were made public. They showed that Sonny was the only suspect who could not be ruled out as the contributor to the semen stain found on a pillowcase inside Michele’s sleeping bag.

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Are Zach and Tori Roloff From Little People, Big World Still Together?



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The long-running documentary reality show ‘Little People, Big World‘ follows the lives of the Roloffs, a family of six of whom three people have dwarfism. The show highlights their day-to-day struggles, a significant part of which is striving to be accepted for who they are. Ever since the reality series premiered on March 4, 2006, Matt and Amy Roloff, along with their four children, have won the hearts of many people through their inspiring attitude towards life.

Matt and Amy’s oldest kid is Zach Roloff, who also happens to be the only Roloff kid with dwarfism. Zach’s journey on the show garnered more attention when Victoria Elizabeth AKA Tori became a part of his life. Even though the pair have had their fair share of highs and lows, they have found their way back to each other every single time and eventually got married. However, fans are curious to know if their marriage has stood the test of time? Well, let’s find out what Zach and Tori’s relationship looks like at present.

Zach and Tori’s Little People, Big World Journey

In a special episode of season 10, Zach and Tori’s romantic relationship was introduced to us. 20-year-old Zach was a soccer coach for many young students when he first met 19-year-old Tori. The pair first met in 2010 at Roloff farms during pumpkin season and bonded over their shared interest in soccer. Soon, they started dating, and Tori got more involved with the Roloffs.

At first, Zach’s parents, Matt and Amy, were concerned about their son, but as they got to know Tori better, they couldn’t be happier for him. Inspired by Tori’s ambition and achievements, Zach prepared his resume and started looking for job opportunities again. The Roloffs even invited Tori to join them on their family vacation to Australia. After four wonderful years of getting to know one another, Zach and Tori got engaged in April 2014. In July 2015, the couple finally tied the knot on the family farm.

Nearly two years after Zach and Tori’s wedding, they welcomed their first child, Jackson, on May 12, 2017. Like his father, Jackson has dwarfism too. On November 19, 2019, Zach and Tori’s daughter, Lilah Roloff, was born. Despite the several ups and downs, the couple got used to parenthood. So, are you wondering what their relationship looks like at present?

Are Zach and Tori Still Married?

Yes, Zach and Tori Roloff seem to be happily married. However, the couple faced a major setback in March 2021, when Tori had a miscarriage. Despite the tragic circumstances, the couple stuck together and got through it, probably making their bond even stronger in the process.

On the other hand, things between Zach and Tori and the former’s father, Matt, got a little complicated due to negotiations over the north side of the family farm. Matt was adamant about not selling the land to his son. Eventually, the young couple stopped visiting the farm altogether and completed their move to Washington in October 2021. However, Zach received a lot of criticism from fans for using his son, Jackson, to break the news to Matt and his girlfriend, Caryn.

Nevertheless, things started looking up for Zach and Tori as they were blessed with their third child, Josiah Luke Roloff, on April 30, 2022. The couple is pretty active on social media and doesn’t shy away from posting about their personal lives. To reiterate, it appears that the married couple is very happy with each other and loves spending time with their adorable children.

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