George Bluth Sr. gets a visit from a rabid female fan who may be in love with him. George Michael is interested in his teacher, and so is his father. Gob tries to get revenge on Michael for trying to steal his girlfriend.

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George Bluth Sr. gets a visit from a rabid female fan who may be in love with him. George Michael is interested in his teacher, and so is his father. Gob tries to get revenge on Michael for trying to steal his girlfriend.

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7 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Michael makes a couple remarks on the "What would Saddam do?" collage about the similarity of the model home with Saddam's, this is a clue about George Sr. building model homes (like the one in Sudden Valley) in Iraq See more »

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George Michael Bluth: [George Michael is in love with his ethics teacher] I don't want to let down Miss Baerly. She's nice, you know?
Lindsay Funke: She's interesting... and pretty?
George Michael Bluth: Well, I don't know why I'm telling you this. I guess there's just some things you can't always say to your dad.
Lindsay Funke: Ah. sounds like you'd like her to be more than just your teacher.
Narrator: Lindsay believed that George Michael wanted to fix up his father so he could fill the role of his mother.
Lindsay Funke: There's nothing wrong with that. Although... I must say I'm a little ...
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Featured in 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2005) See more »

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Everybody Have Fun Tonight
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Written by Nick Feldman, Jack Hues, and Péter Wolf
Performed by Wang Chung
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Arrested Development continues its first season
1 January 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The first season was originally supposed to have 13 episodes but it got extended to 22. This is the 14th episode, and in a way it feels like a new beginning; this is where the family adopts Annyong, who appears in the rest of the first season and the beginning of the second, and finally plays a major role in the end. Mainly, the episode is about Michael finding a new girlfriend... who his son George Michael is also infatuated with.

Mostly I like Michael unlucky in love, and Heather Graham wasn't anything special, but this episode nevertheless has a few priceless moments. Even though George Michael largely overcomes his crush on his cousin Maeby in the 13th episode, there are still several incest jokes regarding both Maeby and Lindsay. GOB wanting revenge on Michael for the Marta storyline also gave us some good jokes and it was nice to explore the aftermath of that storyline.


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