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- Broadcast 209
- Production 209
This episode is ranked 49th by readers.
/ Average: 4.02 (368 votes)
When Michael reunites with his long lost love, Sally Sitwell, their romance is interrupted by meddling parents. Meanwhile, G.O.B. starts to fall for Lucille 2 and Lucille worries about who will bid on her in the bachelorette auction this year since Buster is dating someone.
- British Sun Times
- The British tabloid headline reads: “Moses Taylor Hunts People.” Continuing: “American gun nut hunts people. But plays clean - as - the - Queen’s - bum on the telly.” CONTEXT
- Charlton Heston
- The name Moses Taylor is a combination of two of Charlton Heston’s most famous movie roles, Moses in The Ten Commandments and Taylor in Planet of the Apes. Heston is also president of the rifle-loving N.R.A.
- Depeche Mode
- Stan Sitwell tried a convertible from Depeche Motors. CONTEXT
- Moses Taylor’s gun organization, H.O.O.G. (Hands Off Our Guns), recalls Lindsay’s anti-circumcision movement, H.O.O.P. CONTEXT
- on the next Arrested Development
- “George Sr. shows up to bid on Lucille, but the sound of his wolf call and the smell of chicken teriyaki interfered.”
- park bench
- The park bench on which Moses Taylor puts Lindsay has a Spanish-language advertisement for Barry Zuckerkorn: “Es el mejor.” CONTEXT
- pool members
- Lucille first complained about being demoted to pool member in Visiting Ours.
- Soylent Green
- Moses Taylor’s scandal “Moses Taylor Hunts People” seems to reference N.R.A. President Charlton Heston’s famous film, Soylent Green, wherein furturistic people eat cookies made from people. CONTEXT
- Sudden Valley
- The Sudden Valley illustration, first seen in Pilot, is now seen in front of the model home in the long shot.
- balloon, chicken, club sauce, FOX 6, H.O.O.P., lighter fluid, loophole, Model Home, People’s Choice Awards, Peter and the Wolf, Tantamount Pictures, Wrench
Lindsay: Oh, hi, Mom. I have the afternoon free.
Lucille: Really? Did “nothing” cancel?
/ Average: 4.60 (73 votes)