Bob loses his zest--literally, when Louise damages his favorite kitchen tool, and figuratively, when his application to The Community Garden is not accepted. Bob craves fresh vegetables, dirt and air. TCG admission is controlled by Cynthia, whose son, Logan, needs a menial internship to bolster his resume. Indignant, Linda and Louise watch the restaurant become their new crappy place, but Bob insists it is all for the greater good. There are themes of good and evil, like a Clint Eastwood movie ... but with pruning shears instead of guns. Written by
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Mike, I know you're just the mailman, but I can't help thinking you did this.
Sure, blame me for this, but you never thank me for the letters I don't deliver.
Happy Crappy Place
Written by Loren Bouchard
, Jon Schroeder
, and Nora Smith
Performed by H. Jon Benjamin
, John Roberts
, and Kristen Schaal See more