The family's careless selfish spending sprees cause them to lose control of the Bluth Company to Lucille 2. GOB tries to regain control of the company by courting Lucille 2. Michael continues to pursue his relationship with Sally Sitwell, only to wind up looking like he's 12. Buster scores a date with the company's new secretary after Michael sets them up. Written by
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The car dealership where Stan Sitwell test drives the convertible is called 'Depeche Motors.' See more
It is stated that the charity auctions are a year apart, although in the last episode it is suggested that the whole series may have taken place within 53 weeks. However, the line is George-Micheal saying how long things have been going on between him and Maeby, which could be taken to mean their more recent affair, and not the entire run of the series. Also supporting this, besides the yearly charity auction, there are also multiple spring breaks and other such yearly occurrences seen in the show. Also, in the last episode, Micheal mentions making a choice three years ago to keep the family together. See more
[George Sr. installs a hot tub in the attic
It's so hot. You got to get it outta here, Mikey, my *eyes*, they're burning.
That's why people don't typically cook in these things or install them in attics.
They looked good on the package.
Is that chicken marsala stuck in the intake?
"End Credits Theme"
Composed by David Schwartz See more