GOB is hoping to get even with the producers of "Girls With Low Self Esteem" after they botched his attempt to make the yacht disappear. Michael decides that it's finally time to get Lucille into rehab. Kitty returns with a cooler full of evidence against the Bluth Company, which Michael is determined to get. Written by
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During the discussion of SUGARFOOT, a page from a TV Guide is shown on screen. This is clearly a Chicago publication, because it mentions local TV news personalities including Len O'Connor and weatherman P J Hoff, and the channels listed are 2, 5, 7, 9, and 11, the only functioning Chicago stations in the early 1960s. The date (Tuesday September 13) occurred in 1960. See more
Buster is playing the piano, while Tobias dances. While he currently has only one hand due as a result of a loose seal attack, at the time of the flashback he possessed all his extremities. See more
Well, maybe an intervention is the wrong approach. What about rehab? She was just a mess at the meeting. Where were you, by the way? I could've used your help with mom.
I believe I told you I was going to be off for the holidays. It's Spring Break.
References Laramie: Rope of Steel
Composed by David Schwartz
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