Written by Barbie Feldman Adler.
Maggie: Yeah. Got a break. I wasn’t prepared. Thanks to you.
Maggie: What about you? Don’t tell me another pirate is still roaming the high seas. (Laughing.)
Michael: Uh, hey, you know, let’s make a deal. You don’t have to do this anymore ’cause I’m going to start laughing out loud.
Maggie: Okay, that’s going to help me so much.
Michael: All right, let’s go sit down. So, uh, Maggie, I... (clears throat) am not trying a case.
Maggie: That’s fantastic; they settled.
Maggie: Great. Listen, I know I shouldn’t do this, but... but I am so behind. I really do feel that I can trust you.
Michael: Yeah? What is this?
Maggie: Well, you ought to know. You can see.
Michael: Maggie. What is it? Seriously.
Maggie: Well, basically, it’s an overview of the government’s case against the Bluth family. It’s a summary. Absolutely everything we’ve got.
Michael: And you’re just going to give it to me.
Maggie: You’re a lawyer, what do you think? Do we have a case?
Michael: (Mouths words.) Oh, my God!
Narrator: On the next Arrested Development, Maeby attempts to deposit her check, ... ... G.O.B. adapts to married life ...
Wife of G.O.B.: Unbelievable. The seal deal fell through. Three of the seals died on their way to Chad. How am I ever going to find a maritime lawyer?
G.O.B.: I’m sorry, did you say seals?
Wife of G.O.B.: Yes. I trade trained seals for a living. Do you ever listen?
G.O.B.: Do you ever stop talking?
Narrator: ... and Tobias is sent to sneak into Maggie’s house to steal evidence, only to discover that she’s not blind.