“Blockheads” is the final episode of the fourth season. This one starts with Michael and George Michael playing lie tag on the phone. George Michael was supposed to meet his dad at the club, but runs into Rebel Alley instead. Michael calls because he can’t get into the club, and starts the lie tag saying he’s in a traffic jam because of an accident. George Michael, interested in getting to

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George Michael… errr, George Maharis… got his start when George Michael Bluth began to insist on changing his name. Not only did the sexual arrest of George Michael bother him, but he begins to feel the pinch of having his grandfather and his father’s name, especially when his father decides to take up residence in his dorm. Also, the Star Wars video. But we’ll come to George Maharis later. A

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Tobias finds himself working for Austerity after all, though he is doing so to pay his debt to society. He is working at the clinic after being beat down with a soup ladle. Prison taught him one thing: not to call his analyst and therapist skill analrapist. As he looks around at the people he will be working with, he notices Mark Cherry, who can’t get away from the song

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“Double Crossers” is George Senior’s episode of the new Arrested Development season. I’ve always loved seeing Jeffrey Tambor play George Senior and Oscar Bluth, and this episode shows how well he can differentiate between the two. “Double Crossers” begins with George Sr. conversing with Herbert Love about the wall the Bluths want to build between the U.S. and Mexico. Herbert tells George that he loves “redheads and greenbacks” and is

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