"Arrested Development: Storming the Castle (#1.9)"
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Parents Guide for
"Arrested Development" Storming the Castle (2004)

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Lucille criticizes Buster's and Lucille Two's relationship, saying "She changed him as a baby!" Buster says, "That's why she didn't look surprised."

There is discussion of Gob having sex with a woman ("the legs") in his magic act.

There are references to leather fetishism, including the phrase "leather daddy" and the depiction of men wearing fetishistic leather outfits.

A cross-dressing man is shown (a recurring character who is a running gag).

Double entendre when the "legs" go missing from a saw-the-woman-in-half trick: "I can't believe the legs would screw him like this!"

Gob demonstrates a magic trick to Marta and her sons that involves him pushing a metal rod into his neck, the wound of which almost immediately begins spurting blood. In the context of the demonstration, it's clearly fake, but the boys run away screaming in fright.

A pun is made based on "Gothic Castle" sounding like "Gothic Asshole." A cab driver says this out loud in a British accent that makes it sound like it could go either way--although the closed captioning spells out both, unedited.

"cans" (1) referring to a woman's breasts.

Gob's magic trick could be frightening to young children if they don't understand it's meant to be a trick.


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