Arrested Development: Season 2, Episode 16

Meat the Veals (3 Apr. 2005)

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Michael thinks George-Michael has set the bar too low with his dating standards, so he sets up a meeting between Ann's ultra-conservative parents and his family, hoping that would break ... See full summary »

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Michael thinks George-Michael has set the bar too low with his dating standards, so he sets up a meeting between Ann's ultra-conservative parents and his family, hoping that would break them up. But the plan backfires when Michael realizes Ann's family is just as screwed up as his. Written by halo1k

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Mrs. Featherbottom (Tobias) says his car was shipped over from Blackstool. Blackstool is not a place in England, but a medical condition which human feces are an unusual color, usually black (hence the name). See more »

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In the final scene when Buster is using Franklin as a replacement arm you can clearly see a cameraman on the right of the screen. See more »

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George Sr.: Soak the puppet's mouth with ether, and have Franklin give Lucille a kiss to knock her out.
Gob: [as Franklin] I ain't kissin' that ol' bitch!
George Sr.: [starts to choke Franklin] That's my wife, you bastard!
Gob: Dad, that's my wrist!
George Sr.: [chokes Gob]
Gob: [as Franklin] Hey, that's his neck!
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The Best Episode Ever!!
16 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you are looking for the best episode ever on the Arrested Development Series, this would be it! It will make you laugh literally every scene. Highlights are as others have posted, Franklin #1. Franklin is Gob's African American Puppet and the funnest puppet every. These puppet scenes will have you laughing your @ss off! #2 funnest part has to be Tobias as Miss Feather bottom. If you thought Tobias couldn't be funnier than he already is, you will be blown away by his performance as Miss Feather bottom, one word hilarious. And #3 would just have to be Michael (spoiler) making love with Mrs Veal. Any ways I'll leave it at that watch it you will love it!


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