Some company funds have been unfrozen, and everyone in the family wants a cut of it. Michael makes a bad investment on his uncle Oscar's land, and takes the blame for it. Meanwhile George Michael spots a mysterious man who looks a lot like his grandfather, and the Bluth Company institutes a new whistle-blowing policy. Written by
Did You Know?
The long haired hippie who, in frustration, shouts at Lindsay to abandon her protest is played by Dave Allen
. Gruber Allan also advised a character named Lindsay to abandon her protest in Freaks and Geeks: The Little Things
(2000), a show written by Paul Feig
, who directed this episode of Arrested Development. See more
George Bluth Sr.
Michael, do you have any idea what it's like to have a sibling who has no source of income except for you?
Just one? No, I don't. It sounds wonderful, though.
References Annie Hall
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