Sammy Nickalls
Updated Jul 12, 2015 @ 7:22 pm

San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) has seriously given us SO many things to be excited about. For example, Game of Thrones got to totally geek out over the show’s audition reel (after they recovered from the biggest Comic-Con shock ever: Liam Cunningham making a surprise appearance). Walking Dead released a full-length trailer that gave us all the creeps in the best way. And, of course, Bryan Cranston made a hilarious sassy “your mother” joke to a Breaking Bad fan when he was there to promote SuperMansion, his new Crackle series. So many beautiful moments at SDCC for so many beautiful shows — and FOX’s Bob’s Burgers is no exception, according to CinemaBlend.

Bob’s Burgers has been on air for five wonderful, fabulous, pun-filled years. Though it’s incredibly well-known for its iconic regular voices — H. Jon Benjamin (Bob), Eugene Mirman (Gene), and Kristen Schaal (Louise) to name a few — it’s also had some superbly amazing guests on the show in the past (think Bill Hadar, Aziz Ansari, John Hamm, and Zach Galifianakis, to name a few).

But if you thought that cast was amazing, get ready to be super pumped, because at the show’s SDCC panel, it was announced that our beloved Belchers will be accompanied by some more totally awesome guest stars for the sixth season.

Arrested Development fans will be happy to hear that Henry Winkler will be playing a role. Though we’re not totally sure *who* he will be yet, we’re pretty sure that, thanks to his trademark voice, we’ll know as soon as his character utters a word. Other classic voices that will be lending a hand in mysterious ways? Steve Buscemi and Wanda Sykes. Um, YES.

This season may also remind us majorly of Flight of the Conchords, and not just because both shows have bizarrely amazing humor. At least three FotC stars will be joining the show for this season: Jermaine Clement, Bret McKenzie, and Rhys Darby. That will make five FotC voices on Bob’s Burgers, including Schaal and Mirman.

And now for the big name. Get ready! Drumroll, please! The amazing Paul Rudd will be joining the cast. And yes, we know who he’ll be playing, and it’s amazing. We all know how much Tina Belcher loves horses, but she’s never actually ridden one; in an upcoming episode, that will change. This will inspire Tina to discover an imaginary horse friend that has been within her all this time: Jericho, aka PAUL RUDD. Yes, Paul Rudd will be voicing an imaginary horse.

And we thought this show couldn’t get any better. . . silly us.

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