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Determined to not be upstaged by his actress girlfriend, Gob decides to pull an elaborate escape at the Orange County Prison, where George Sr. is being held. Meanwhile, Michael falls for Gob's girlfriend Marta.

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George-Michael Bluth
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Maeby Fünke
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Tobias Fünke (credit only)
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Lucille Austero
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Determined not to be upstaged by his actress girlfriend Marta, GOB goes to the Orange County Prison where his father is being held to stage an elaborate escape. Michael solves the family's transportation problems by selling their private jet, and escorts Marta to the Desi Awards, given for outstanding performances in Spanish language television. Written by halo1k

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23 November 2003 (USA)  »

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When Michael and Marta are eating after the Desi awards, they are dining on In-N-Out. See more »

Quotes

White Power Bill: [Stabbing Gob] White power!
Gob: I'm white!
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Connections

References The Great Escape (1963) See more »

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Cry Love
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Written by John Hiatt
Performed by John Hiatt
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