'Bob's Burgers' cast on Tina’s best romantic philosophy
I really liked when Tina had dated what she thought was a ghost. It felt like such a real teenage love story, and yet she was dating a cardboard box. I like her approach to romance because she’s always bold, which is inspiring to someone like me who’s too shy to risk rejection.
She’s so wonderfully both awkward and self-assured in such a great and earnest way and knows what she wants but is so anxious. She’s probably very much like Dan Mintz was, but probably when he was like 31.
I love that she’s very free about her sexuality and that she’s in control of it, and it’s not a dirty, bad thing. I think the things that would maybe turn Tina on in her adult life are a little more interesting. She’s going to be an interesting adult.
There is nothing sexier than a girl who’s like, ‘I know who FDR is. I know about the New Deal. I’m gonna give YOU a New Deal.’ And then, over a period of years, she structures her sex acts in such a way that they save the economy.