Narrator: Now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together. It’s... Arrested Development.
Narrator: Michael was having brunch with Sally Sitwell.
Sally Sitwell: I still can’t believe we got in. This place is usually so packed on Sundays.
Narrator: In addition to its Sunday popularity The Bistro was also famous for something called the Skip’s Scramble. An egg dish that contained everything on the menu. Don’t order the Skip’s Scramble.
Michael: Just more great luck. Everything’s been going so well since we started going out. I think we’ve actually gone out eight times now.
Narrator: Which included a record-tying three lovemaking sessions in one night for Michael.
Sally Sitwell: Just think how different everything in our lives would be if we’d gotten together in high school.
Michael: Of course, I wouldn’t have had George Michael. We probably would have had an entirely different kind of child. I really hope he’s okay with us going out. We’re very close. We don’t keep anything from each other.
George Michael: Oh, no, it’s my dad. I’m supposed to be at work.
Maeby: You know, George Michael, you worry too much. It’s Sunday. You’re allowed to have a couple of hours off. You don’t see me nervous about being on my third Virgin Mary.
George Michael: Why would you be nervous? There’s no alcohol in a Virgin Mary.
Maeby: There isn’t? This is unbelievable. Can I get a Virgin Pina Colada when you get a chance? Now we’ll get things started.
Michael: Hi. This is so... So I was just... Hey, okay. I want to introduce you to Sally. This is George Michael, my niece Maeby.
Sally Sitwell: It’s nice to meet you.
George Michael: I just shut down the banana stand for a half an hour. I can keep it open late tonight if you...
Michael: No, no. Hey, come on. Make me sound like a taskmaster. If you want to keep it open an extra hour, you know... So this is Sally.
George Michael: Is she your girlfriend?
Sally Sitwell: You know what, I’m going to meet you in a few minutes, okay?
Sally Sitwell: And maybe we’ll work on breaking that record.
Michael: Okay. She’s a shot-putter. And I’m dating her, but I just want to make sure that you’re comfortable with everything.
George Michael: Of course. We could double-date— you and Sally and me and Ann.
George Michael: Ann.
George Michael: And we had...
Michael: Yes. Of course I know Ann. Didn’t mean “who.” I meant, uh... “her.” That’s a great idea. I love Ann.
George Michael: Great.
Michael: Excuse me, ma’am.
Ann 2.0: George Michael, you said that you couldn’t come to church because you were working. Now you’re doing neither. That’s quite a lot of sins for a Sunday afternoon, don’t you think?
Waiter #4: Your Virgin Pina Colada.
Ann 2.0: And now you’re drinking?
George Michael: We’re just having a little fun, you know.
Ann 2.0: I think that church and studying are fun. I thought you felt the same.
George Michael: Well, I do. I like not having fun. I like your idea of fun... I mean, our idea of fun. I like not having that.
Ann 2.0: I’m going back to church.
Maeby: Well, she just killed my buzz. So, you’re still enjoying this relationship?
George Michael: You know, I mean, I guess we’ve lost some of the heat since we have kissed. I mean, how do you relight that fire? But I can’t break up with her. I always assumed she would break up with me.