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For British Eyes Only 

George Sr. drops a major bombshell that he was working with a British syndicate who conned him into building the house in Iraq. Michael decides to investigate the claim by heading to the ... See full summary »

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George Sr. drops a major bombshell that he was working with a British syndicate who conned him into building the house in Iraq. Michael decides to investigate the claim by heading to the British section of Orange County, where he meets a beautiful and mysterious woman named Rita. Written by halo1k

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26 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Lindsay says that Andy Griffith cancelled his appearance because he thought the Bluths were making fun of him, the narrator says "No one was making fun of Andy Griffith. I can't emphasize that enough." The narrator, Ron Howard, starred with Andy Griffith in the The Andy Griffith Show (1960). See more »

Goofs

As Michael is being pursued by the foul mouthed British man, his (the British man's) car swerves toward the stair car, and then away. As the car swerves, the front tires do not move at all, but the car moves anyway. See more »

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Michael: [while Lindsay, George Sr., and Lucille are all doing chicken dances] Has anyone in this family ever even seen a chicken?
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References Mary Poppins (1964) See more »

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