Why is Bob upset about going to Slytherin? Slytherin is the perfect place for him! He's always trying to prove himself all throughout the series, like when he framed Krusty for robbery and especially when he ran for mayor. I bet it's because he knows that Bart would be there too and he knows that he can't be anything like Bart.
By the way, [SPOILERS] did you see the episode Gorgeous Grampa? Watch the very beginning, look mainly in the lower left corner! You will believe a criminal can dance!
No, I haven't watched it yet because I just spent the last two hours watching "The Bible" miniseries on the History Channel. Tonight was the premiere, and it looked interesting. It was pretty good. ^__^ Now that it's over I can watch The Simpsons online.
Yeah, but he's not too thrilled about Slytherin's bad rap. There's a lot of negativity surrounding it and he would be distrusted just by association with that house.
Like being in prison, he was far above all of the other inmates and did not get along well with them because of that. Most of the Slytherin kids were obnoxious little brats too. I doubt Bob would get along with any of them either.
And I wouldn't doubt that he's got ulterior motives for wanting to be in a different house, especially Gryffindor.
Harry Potter!!! Love them all, but that's my favorite. I don't see why he wouldn't want to be placed in Slytherin. Maybe he just wanted to be closer to his 'enemies.' XD And then the toque - the hair net!!
Can you believe that I know of only TWO people, out of everybody I know of, who doesn't trash-talk Harry Potter? X/
Not that I've heard of, but definitely a lot of One Directioners and a few Beliebers. I'm sorry if you like them, but after I've listened to gossip about their everyday lives everyday of MY life I'm sick if it.
Love the Sorting Hat. But I think Bob might be more of a Ravenclaw. I mean, he's witty, right? Definitely NOT Hufflepuff, and Gryffindor doesn't seem right. But if he preferred Ravenclaw, I'll bet the Hat might let him be there instead of Slytherin.
According to Harry Potter Wikia, "Ravenclaw values intelligence, knowledge and wit," while "Slytherin values ambition, cunning and resourcefulness," so it's kind of a toss-up between the two (had to go look them up because Gryffindor was the only one whose qualities I remembered). Because of its noteriety in turning out villains, I figured the Hat would place Bob in Slytherin.