Linda fears that her bond with Louise isn't as strong as hers with Tina, so she forces Louise to attend a mother-daughter seminar.
Meanwhile, Tina tries asking Bob to teach her how to shave her legs.
When Bob inherits a storage unit, his family is imagining that they will be receiving treasure that has been passed down.
They soon discover that instead of treasure, they inherit Chet, a man who believes he used to be a mannequin.
Meanwhile, Bob and Linda attend Teddy's annual "Black and Orange" party.
When Bob feels that he is depriving the kids of any summer vacation, he decides to relieve them of duty from working the restaurant.
Bob rallies the team to cook up some business, so he sends middle child Gene to push samples in the streets, eldest son Daniel to work the grill and youngest daughter Louise to staff the counter.
With little time and not enough money, the Belcher family must cook up some business or luck to save the restaurant.
Tina is desperate to get her first kiss at her 13th birthday party.
But after Louise breaks the deep fryer, Bob takes a second job as a late-night cab driver to pay for Tina's party.
When Wagstaff School has their fourth-grade science fair coming up, Louise comes up with the idea of a musical, and Gene writes it about the execution and electrocution of Topsy, an elephant that was executed in 1903. Fischoeder and Gayle sing a duet called Electric Love.
The Belcher family goes down to Florida to see Linda's parents in their senior home.
When Tina develops a crush on the new martial arts instructor in town, she joins the class and ends up shirking her responsibilities at the restaurant.