Lindsay tries to reclaim her sense of self while traveling and getting back to her political activist roots.

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George-Michael Bluth (credit only)
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Maeby Fünke / Shaman Sheman (as Rich Aliaändanost)
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Animesh / Male Concierge
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Lindsay tries to reclaim her sense of self while traveling and getting back to her political activist roots.

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There are a couple of mentions the water not being visible because of too many people on it. However even if there were that many people in the water, the water would have overflown and would still be visible in the shore. See more »

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References You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1973) See more »

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A fourth season, so we have it
4 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lindsay's first episode in season 4's character-centric format is Indian Takers, an underrated effort that builds on the great characters of Lindsay and Tobias. The opening caption identifying Lindsay Bluth-Funke as neither Bluth nor Funke is spot on, considering her animosity with her family and her newly discovered adopted status. It does fit when she moves over to the Victims section, and Tobias' fallacy dance (from nothing) reflects his flamboyant and clueless nature, a turn-off for Lindsay. Her brief journey to India has some fun with the culture of a country other than the US or Mexico- the idea of the beach being so crowded you can't tell it's a beach is a little gem.

It definitely fits with Lindsay and Tobias' lack of sense that they get tricked into such an obviously inappropriate house, swamping them with debt. Them actually thinking they could have a Thanksgiving dinner by putting a live bird in their oven is the most hilarious part of the episode. One surprising thing is a new development- although Tobias and Lindsay have had an "open marriage" since season 2, neither was able to actually have extramarital sex until Lindsay in this episode- though at the end she realizes she made her "huge mistake." The extended length of this episode (and Lindsay's new look) may have been off- putting to some viewers, but as a huge AD fan and someone who enjoys Lindsay, I was happy to spend a few extra minutes with her.


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