Narrator: All in all, it was one of the Bluth’s better dinner parties.
Michael: Hey, what’d you think of the speech?
George Michael: You’d do great at Openings.
Michael: You know, pal, you do not have to go there. I’ve just been very worried about your behavior. You know, you’re always turning off burners and irons and it may be OCD.
George Michael: OCD? No, I’m just cleaning up after Aunt Lindsay. She never turns things off.
Michael: Well... Guess that explains why I saw the hedge trimmer zipping around the drive way. I did it again, didn’t I? I’m so self-centered. From now on, I want you to just tell me what’s on your mind, okay? And I promise I won’t just hear what I want to hear.
George Michael: I love my cousin.
Michael: Love you, too, pal.
Narrator: On the next Arrested Development, the Bluth family gets some good news.
Lucille: They’re all sending in donations. And you know what the key was? Your speech. It didn’t sound desperate.
Michael: Well, I guess it really doesn’t pay be desperate.
Lucille: It sure doesn’t.
Director: And... cut!
Michael: Good job, man. Let’s not celebrate yet. We still got the west coast feed, guys.