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Gob finds a new group of friends after his relationship falls apart and his family abandons him.

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Gob finds a new group of friends after his relationship falls apart and his family abandons him.

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The club "and" owned by Jeremy Piven is actually an in-joke and nod to the television series Entourage. During the opening credits the cast names of Entourage appear in place of the names of famous restaurants on signs in front of buildings, night clubs, and points of interest in the LA area. The last main cast members name introduced in the opening sequence is Jeremy Piven. His name is displayed on a building last as " and Jeremy Piven" See more »

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Ann Veal: So, how did you like your egg?
Gob Bluth: I said you were fine.
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References Cheers (1982) See more »

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The Best Episode
16 April 2014 | by (Oxford, England) – See all my reviews

This is literally the funniest episode of any television series that I have ever seen. I put off watching the fourth season after episode one. But I continued and all the season is great. This episode in particular just makes me hysterical. Will Arnett is indescribable. Also, the bits with Michael and George Michael are painful to watch, but in a good way. The way all the episode entwines is incredible. Although this is Gob's episode, each character is given a significant part. How a lot of it relates to Lucille's trial is brilliant. The George/Oscar and the Mexican wall thing is just as good as Gob's magic show. Even Buster's appearance is ridiculously funny. As well as a flashback to Maeyb's 'MARRY ME' makes the show. Literally the best episode ever. Please go and watch it. Hello darkness my old friend. 10/10.


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