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Bringing Up Buster 

A reluctant Michael takes Buster under his wing while attempting to get closer to an increasingly distant George-Michael.

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Lucille suggests that Buster be included in the family activities, but Buster is reluctant to leave his mother's apartment in hopes of avoiding Lucille 2. Meanwhile, Tobias takes over the directing duties for the high school play to rather disastrous results. Written by halo1k

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The title of the episode is a reference to the 1938 movie Bringing Up Baby See more »

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When Lindsay first tries to get money from her mother for a dress, Portia de Rossi's native Australian accent shows through in her pronunciation of the phrase "Very nice, mom, I don't need anything." See more »

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Michael: [on Buster's bike accident] You were flying today, buddy.
Buster: Yes, I was flying. But a little too close to the sun.
Lucille: You let him go in the sun?
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References Bringing Up Baby (1938) See more »

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Funny!
3 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The third episode in the Arrested Development series, "Bringing Up Buster" is another funny episode. It may be just a tad down from the first two entries, but it still has enough comedy and characterization to be another memorable episode. Plus we have come to care (or not care) about the Bluth family and we like to see every move they make.

This episode has Lucille not happy that Buster is hanging around her so she suggests that he works for the company. Meanwhile, Tobias is directing a school play that has both George Michael and Maeby acting in it.

Overall, this is a funny episode. I really love Tobias as a wannabe show artist and Buster is just too funny. I rate this episode 9/10.


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