Michael's quest to locate the mysterious "N. Bluth" leads him to Nellie, a prostitute who he believes is his long-lost sister, and the woman who just might be able to clear everything up. Meanwhile, Buster's fake coma incurs the wrath of real doctors. Written by
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The "reference to off-network high school private eye drama censored by Fox" that George Micheal says, but is bleeped out, is Veronica Mars
(2004). Both Alia Shawkat
and Michael Cera
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And Nellie had a list of wonts.
Please refrain from any (bleep) or (bleep) -ing or (bleep) -esting or (bleep) -eing or finger (bleep) or (bleep) or even (bleep) . And please use a (bleep) when you (bleep) me. And if any of this winds up on the internet, I will (bleep) you in the (bleep) .
Our computers don't work on the internet.
References Veronica Mars
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