Tina has asked both Josh, the ballet dancer and Jimmy Jr. to a school dance and Jimmy Jr. has given her a, "Maybe." But, when she tells him that Josh will go with her if he doesn't, then, he decides that he wants to go with her, after all.
Out of jealousy, Jimmy Jr. requests a dance-off and fun ensues. The music here is really cool. It even includes an upbeat version of, "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy."
Bob is roped into going to the dance and he's rather grumpy about it, until he gets drunk.
Bob: I really wish you weren't doing it for me.
Bob: There's no such thing as a chaperone king.
Bob: You shouldn't string boys along. It's not right.
Linda: A "Pants off," for me?
Linda: I wanna stand up in the sun-roof and yell, "Bwah!"
Louise: Say, "Saddle up for love."
Louise: Tina, is he a super-hero?
Tina: It was like being on a romantic stool.
H. Jon Benjamin as Bob
Dan Mintz as Tina
Eugene Mirman as Gene
John Roberts as Linda
Kristen Schaal as Louise
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