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Robert “Bob” Belcher, Jr. (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin) – Bob Belcher is the main character of the series. He is the son of Robert Belcher, Sr. (nicknamed “Big Bob”), the husband of Linda and the father of Tina, Gene, and Louise. He is a third-generation restaurateur, as his father owned a diner which was recently sold to a couple of ladies, whom also found Bob’s childhood toys hidden in the restaurant’s wall as shown in “[(Bob Fires The Kids)]”, and currently the proprietor of his eponymous burger restaurant (Bob’s Burgers) in a shore town. The Season 5 episode “Father of the Bob” begins with a flashback set 30 years prior in which a young Bob states that he is 14 years old, making him 44 in the episode’s present. It is also mentioned in the episode that Bob’s mother had died sometime prior to the series’ beginning. Bob has a tendency to entertain himself by having conversations with inanimate objects and then speak back as the inanimate object, usually in a high, squeaky voice. He also enjoys making puns, utilizing this talent to name his burger specials (i.e. the If Looks Could Kale Burger, New Bacon-ings Burger, etc.) As revealed in “Bob Fires the Kids”, his childhood has been described as “crappy,” as his father discouraged play. While poor with business management, and cursed with an unlucky streak, his skills at burger cooking have been shown to be excellent, to the point where he has been referred to as a “beef artist.” His primary business rival is Jimmy Pesto, who owns an Italian restaurant (Jimmy Pesto’s Pizzeria) across the street from Bob’s Burgers.
As shown in the flashback during “Father of the Bob,” the “Burger of the Day” special stems from an incident in which he customized a burger by adding chives to it, calling it “Baby You Can Chive My Car.” He tried to serve it to one of Big Bob’s regular customers who normally ordered a tuna melt, but Big Bob threw the burger away in front of the whole diner. Ten years later, still resentful over not being allowed to cook the way he wanted, Bob turned down Big Bob’s offer of a partnership in the diner and opened his own restaurant.
Bob prides himself on giving the customer a quality meal and goes the extra mile to ensure that, choosing fresh ingredients he gets from the local farmer’s markets and co-ops. His biggest accomplishment is the Meatsiah, a concoction that consists of a steak tartare center with a medium-well cooked burger surrounding it and a burger Wellington surrounding the burger. Bob is allergic to shellfish, particularly lobster, as it causes his face to swell any time he eats it. This is a problem, as the town the Belchers live in has an annual lobster festival (which Bob hates because it takes away from his business). Bob, along with Linda, enjoys drinking and many of the episode gags involve Bob or Linda drinking and getting drunk from wine. Bob also has a tendency to take mind-altering substances such as crack in “Sheesh! Cab, Bob?”, absinthe in “An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal”, pain relievers in “Housetrap”, and his pain medication in “Burgerboss”.