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  • Gene Belcher Is Transgender on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#6) Gene Belcher Is Transgender

    Gene Belcher is known as a jokester, but he may not actually be joking when he refers to himself as a woman. One fan theory suggests Gene is either transgender or gender fluid. Here's the proposed evidence: he has often referred to himself in female form, saying things like "We're working girls now," and "I was born to be a mother."

    In one episode, Louise even refers to Gene as the "good daughter." Others argue that Gene does sometimes project distinctly male behavior, so it is possible he's gender fluid rather than transgender. 

  • Louise Uses Her Bunny Hat To Hide The Fact She's Turning Into Her Mother on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#3) Louise Uses Her Bunny Hat To Hide The Fact She's Turning Into Her Mother

    Turning into your mother is a pretty common fear for a tween girl. Nine-year-old Louise never removes her bunny hat, and fans believe she's using this to distract herself from the fact that she's just like her mom. You can see the video explanation by ChannelFrederator

    Louise and Linda look almost exactly the same. If you look beneath Louise's hat, you'll find that they even have the same haircut. However, the pair has a rocky relationship (albeit one built on unconditional love). In the episode "Mother Daughter Laser Razor," Linda admits that Louise has always liked Bob better. She's certainly a daddy's girl, and even casual fans of the show can see how much she looks up to Bob.

    According to the theory, the hat differentiates Louise from her mother, which is pretty successful considering they'd look almost identical without it.

  • Bob Opened His Burger Joint To Cope With Linda's Death on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#7) Bob Opened His Burger Joint To Cope With Linda's Death

    This is perhaps the most common Bob's Burgers fan theory, laid out here by Redditor geargirl. Linda's death drove Bob to open a restaurant, where he hallucinates his family in an attempt to cope with his loss. This is why his burger joint is next to a funeral home, and why Mort constantly visits. They became close friends after he helped deal with Linda's funeral. Mort becomes worried about Bob, and wants to make sure he's okay.

    Fans also note that Bob's insanity is on display in the second episode, where he spends several days inside the false walls of the restaurant and has vivid paranoid hallucinations. Teddy comes in to start helping out, because no one else is around to run the actual restaurant while Bob is stuck in the walls. Teddy looks so tired all the time because he's exhausted from caring for Bob and running his restaurant. He indulges his fantasy and pretends to be a customer. In the episode, Teddy eventually calls Linda's parents to help coax Bob out of the wall, because he's clearly suffered a clear mental break related to her death.

    Also, Bob is actually the most "normal" person in the series, at least when compared to his family. This is because they're all wacky hallucinations.

  • Bob's Burgers Is Based In New Bedford, Massachusetts on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#2) Bob's Burgers Is Based In New Bedford, Massachusetts

    A local Massachusetts radio station presented the wild idea that Bob's Burgers is actually based in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The New England setting, however, does make a certain kind of sense. The show's creator, Loren Bouchard, said the show takes place in the Northeast. 

    Though he said he imagines it somewhere in New Jersey, or the outer boroughs of New York City (think Coney Island), there's plenty of evidence to show it's actually further north. For example, the community in the show has a Lobsterfest, which would be common for a small New England town and less common in New Jersey.

    Additionally, the Wagstaff Middle School sports team is called the Whalers, the same name as New Bedford High's team. Whales, whale-watching, and sailing are much more common the deeper you get into New England.

  • Tina Died When A Telephone Pole Crashed Through The Restaurant's Storefront on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#14) Tina Died When A Telephone Pole Crashed Through The Restaurant's Storefront

    According to a fan theory by Redditor geargirl, Tina was the last sibling to pass away, and she did so in the most horrific way. Tina is a lot less lighthearted and silly than her siblings, because she lived through their deaths and never dealt with it properly. She had to watch her father grieve.

    According to the theory, Tina died when a telephone pole came crashing through the restaurant's window and electrocuted her. The electrocution made her twitch long after her death, until emergency crews arrived. Bob watched the entire thing happen from his post at the grill, which is why Tina has such an obsession with zombies. He remembers her twitching body and projects this onto his hallucination of her.

  • Tina Belcher Is Transgender on Random Bob's Burgers Fan Theories That Are Just Crazy Enough To Be True

    (#9) Tina Belcher Is Transgender

    There are theories that suggest Gene is transgender, but others think that is Tina's identity. In the Bob's Burgers unaired test pilot episode, the oldest Belcher child is male (pictured above). In a later episode, Tina alludes to the fact that you wake up one day with your assigned gender, and you don't get to choose.

    In another episode, Louise proudly says, "Lucky for you there's three of us: a boy, girl and Tina."

    Could Tina have experienced a male-to-female transition after the pilot?

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Bob's Burgers is a cartoon series launched by FOX TV in 2011. It tells the story of a burger restaurant run by the Bob family. It is one of the most interesting and best cartoons ever. The details may be as crazy as the characters. The interesting dialogues and plots, enthusiasm, and creativity of the cartoon have won a large number of loyal fans. Thousands of peopel look forward to its updates every week, and the series always seems to have deep meaning. 

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