With Mrs. Frederick fading fast at the beginning of “The Truth Hurts,” the Warehouse crew needs to re-bronze Paracelsus. Claudia pegs Paracelsus in San Francisco and Pete heads off alone, but Myka insists on tagging along, pointing out that they’ll be at a hospital if anything goes wrong. Nicolas and Sutton, meanwhile, are fighting. Sutton blames himself for Charlotte’s death, and Nicolas agrees. Since Sutton was never around, Nicolas lost

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In “Off the Hook,” we get to see just how much Buster’s relationship with Lucille has addled his brain. After the Queen Mary debacle, Buster blithely tells the police the truth about Lucille’s actions aboard the boat. Lucille is carted away, shocked at Buster’s idiocy. Buster returns to the penthouse, assuring Lupe he’ll be fine, but minutes later he’s already laying out Lucille’s clothes and mixing martinis. He goes through

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“Lost And Found” follows up with the revelation at the end of the last episode that Myka has cancer. Throughout the episode, she runs through several scenarios in which she discloses the information to Pete, but can’t bring herself to tell him and each time she tries, she’s interrupted. While everyone’s gathered at the Bed & Breakfast (“Lost And Found” is the second episode without Abigail), Artie rushes in and

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“Senoritis” shows how Maeby Funke spent the years between seasons, and no other character so perfectly defines “arrested development”. In “Senoritis,” Maeby is on a bus with her boyfriend Perfecto. They’re headed to UC Irvine for tutoring, as they’ve been flunking math. Maeby finds that her cousin, George Michael, is her tutor. “Didn’t we graduate together five years ago?” he asks. Cue flashbacks! “Senoritis” goes back to the sinking of

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