After getting some unexpected help at the family's frozen banana stand, Michael suspects that George Sr. has been running the business from inside prison. His suspicions are confirmed when he follows his mother's house keeper to the family storage unit, which has been burned to the ground. Michael and his son decide to teach their father a lesson by burning the stand to the ground. Meanwhile, GOB deals with a pet store who refuses to give him a refund, and George-Michael has a hard time adjusting to his new roommate. Written by
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When George Michael is confessing his intention to burn down the banana stand to Michael, his distinct Canadian accent comes out repeatedly on the word "sorry." See more
After a shopping trip, Lindsay takes a bag to the kitchen counter and pulls a flower bouquet out of it. After a few cuts in the scene, the flowers are back in the bag and she reaches in for them again. See more
[Michael arrives at the banana stand after suspecting his father of burning down a warehouse full of incriminating evidence and attempting to run the company from prison, to find T-Bone, a former inmate, working at the banana stand
Welcome to Bluth Banana, where bananas are our business. May I interest you in a banana this day?
T-Bone, what are you doing here?
Oh. Your dad gave me this job.
Michael realized that his father had even taken control of the banana stand. But he still had some ...
References The Godfather
Composed by David Schwartz
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