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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. ... See full summary »

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Gob Bluth
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George-Michael Bluth
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Maeby Fünke
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Congressman John Van Huesen
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Adelaide
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Employee #1
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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 halo1k

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10 February 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Michael looks at Nellie's profile on the computer, a close look shows it actually reads "ConSLUTant". See more »

Goofs

When Michael and GOB are speaking in the hotel room, a crew member briefly walks into the scene in the background. See more »

Quotes

Michael: What the hell is that thing?
George Sr.: An electromagnet. Think of it as a giant delete key.
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References Family Ties (1982) See more »

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Sexual Healing
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Written by Marvin Gaye, David Ritz and Odell Brown
Performed by Marvin Gaye
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