Bob fears he is overworking the kids and giving them a miserable childhood like his father did to him, so he fires them. Bob tries to hire replacements but can't afford to pay anyone. As fate would have it, Mickey, the bank robber, has gotten out of prison and tells the Belchers he will work for free if they let him live in the basement. Bob and Linda agree to this arrangement without realizing Mickey's true intentions. Meanwhile, the kids are miserable without their jobs so they find work at a blueberry farm on the edge of town. What the kids do not realize is that the blueberries are just a cover for the farm's actual crop. When the children's parents find out about their job it doesn't take them long to figure out that the kids are unknowingly holding, transporting and selling. It's up to Bob and Linda, with Mickey's help, to save the kids.
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Store next door - "I'd Hit That boxing gym" See more
Before the commercial break when Bob fires the kids, Teddy and Mort are sitting at the counter. After the break the only people in the diner are the Belcher family. See more
I'm more of an indoor kid. I can't survive out in the wild. I've been declawed!