You know what the best part of last night’s Bob’s Burgers was?
In the episode where Tina writes goofy erotic fanfiction, Tina was treated with respect, and even though her hobby is, admittedly, a funny thing, it was treated with respect.
In the episode where Tina loves a boy band, Tina was treated with respect, and even though her favorite band are, admittedly, a funny thing, her loving them was treated with respect.
In the episode where Tina loves (basically) My Little Pony, she was treated with respect. And even though MLP (or the Equestranauts, in Bobverse) are a funny thing, the show itself was still treated with respect and given real reasons why Tina would like it, and Tina was able to hold her own intellectually and passionately about something she loved. The only people disrespected in the episode were the ones who shit on the concepts and tenets of the show AND who shit on Tina for being the actual intended audience, AND… Tina got to be the one to call that out. Tina got to be the one to save herself and got to stand up for the essence of what she loved TO people who *thought* they were respecting it by trying to deny that Tina could be a meaningful audience.
Tina is acknowledged by the show as a meaningful person and a meaningful audience no matter what the other characters, or even the viewers, may think about the things she is giving that audience to, and that was the best part.
That is why I love Bob’s Burgers.
why do people look like their art styles so much
they don’t look exactly like it
but you can look at a person then at their art then back at the person and be like “yes, this is definitely the person who drew this”