Michael gets a tip about the company's international accounts, and has GOB question the office secretary Kitty about them. But that's not before Michael does the unthinkable - setting up a conjugal visit between George Sr. and Lucille.

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Lindsay meets an activist who has taken residence in one of the trees on the lot, while Michael does the unthinkable - setting up a conjugal visit between his parents. Meanwhile, Lucille has a hard time adjusting to her new status at the country club, and Michael enlists GOB to get information about the company's international accounts from Kitty Sanchez, the company's secretary. Written by halo1k

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Judy Greer and Jessica Walter are also in the Show Archer as the characters Cheryl Tunt and Malory Archer See more »

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When Lindsay and Tobias are in therapy, near the end of the session when the therapist and Tobias are role playing, a camera man's leg and the camera's lens can clearly be seen on the right side of the screen. (Only visible in the HD widescreen version.) See more »

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Mae 'Maebe' Funke: [Maebe and George Michael are planning to follow Maebe's parents] Go! Drive!
George Michael Bluth: Well, it says "Bluth Company" on the side, they'll notice that. Plus it's a staircase, that's going to catch the eye.
Narrator: The airport stairway vehicle is the last vestige of the Bluth's former wealth. Also, that House Of Pies went out of business.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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They said (and did) wonderful things
18 April 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Visiting Ours may not be as loved as most other season 1 AD episodes, but there's so many wonderful things going on in this episode that it can't be ignored. Be it an allusion to how a carnival is scary or a suspicious claim that ice cream's not for kids, Visiting Ours is a shining example of why AD's first 13 episodes compose the best bit of television ever made.

One thing that really makes this episode funny is the awkwardness of it all. The story is a little awkward as Michael tries to convince his mother to visit his father in a conjugal trailer. The jokes are more awkward still- the "Daddy horny, Michael" line, the question of whether George has been in prison for a month or two months, and George Michael and Maeby's long hug. It's hilarious that prison just happens to get scarier just when George Michael visits, given his fear of prison.

One other thing that makes this episode stick out is its foreshadowing. AD rivals Lost in this category- some of the earliest foreshadowing of the Iraq and never-nude story lines occur here. George asking for George Michael's hair may also be the first reference to Oscar Bluth (George's twin who has hair), but personally I think this is too early for an Oscar reference and George just wanted some kind of disguise. Either way, Visiting Ours is a lot of fun.


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