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  • [laughter]

  • OK, have a good one.

  • Wait, they tipped you $8?

  • Yep.

  • Geez, that's a huge tip.

  • I-- I don't get tips like that.

  • Well, of course not.

  • Wait.

  • Why of course not?

  • Oh, nothing. Never mind.

  • No.

  • What do you mean, Lynn?

  • Sometimes you can come off a little surly.

  • What?

  • I'm not surly.

  • Eh, may I suggest gruff?

  • Well, you're not conventionally charming,

  • you know?

  • And-- and charming's what gets tips.

  • I-- I think you're charming, Bob--

  • Thank you, Teddy.

  • --that one time.

  • I'm just saying, if you wanted some help

  • with your customer relations, I could give you some pointers.

  • I can turn on the charm if I want to, Lynn.

  • I can get tips-- big tips.

  • Why don't you, uh, show us what you got?

  • OK, I will.

  • Do it.

  • So how is everyone doing this afternoon, this late afternoon?

  • Great, thanks.

  • So, uh, the--

  • the food is good?

  • Yes, it is.

  • Good.

  • Has anyone seen the weather outside today?

  • I-- I hear it was--

  • it was windy earlier and then not so windy now.

  • Uh-huh.

  • Are you OK?

  • Yeah, I was just leaning casually on the--

  • I don't know where to lean.

  • I'm gonna go let you eat--

  • I'm gonna leave now.

  • Oh my god, that was horrible.

  • Terrible.

  • You made everyone so uncomfortable.

  • Everyone Everyone.

  • All right, I get it.


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Bob Learns That His Customer Service Skills Aren't Too Sharp | Season 7 Ep. 14 | BOB'S BURGERS

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    Jin Wang posted on 2018/02/27
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