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There are two questions I have about the events of surrounding the murder of Lucille Austero.
First: How did the Stair-Car end up at the Model Home? I assumed Buster took it after murdering Lucille 2 at Cuatro and drove back to hide out in the attic. But there’s a scene the next day with Sally explaining the body-outline on the stairs to reporters as they change the sign on its side to “Vote for Sitwell.” (Sally shows up at the 2nd of July parade with her own faux-stair-car, but this wouldn’t have the bloody evidence outline, obviously.)
Second: When did Buster use ‘FakeBlock’ to tamper with the security-footage? Post-Cuatro finds George Michael at Rebel’s apartment, (there’s an unaccounted day when Michael is still asleep at the Model Home before George Michael punches him the next morning) than over to Maeby at the Penthouse, then for a drive down to Mexico along with Steve Holt in the Stair-Car outside the Model Home.
The only theory I have is that Michael’s missing day (the actual 5th of May holiday) provided 24 hours for Buster to get the flash drive from George Michael at his home in Sudden Valley, (still not sure why George Michael had to return there), visit the security building for his wood-block dance, and then steal the Stair-Car. All on a day where everyone is either recovering from Cuatro, or has the day off.
Is this a merry mix-up? Or did I miss something? I did say something right?
I feel like I am missing something? Didn't Lucille's mother die "6 months ago" when in season 1 Lucille exclaims "Nana was on that boat!" to explain away the lack of inheritance from her as of late. Yet in season 5 wasn't it Lucille's mother who Buster killed as a child?
I'm not a native english speaker, and I couldn't find the meaning of the joke by looking at the Steamboat Willie summaries.
I'm going to say it: Arrested Development Season 6 seems very unlikely now. And if there was, I'd hate to see it without Maeby or Lindsay. It shouldn't have George in it either, due to constant fan backlash. And the removal of Maeby could make Tobias and George Michael's arcs quite pointless (as Lindsay's has already done to Tobias'). It would be hard to match Maeby's deceptions or Lindsay's selfishness or any of their other character traits. I believe that 'replacing" characters is unneeded. I don't think there will be a season 6. The possibility of season 6 due to recent events is so slim now. The answer to the question is, ironically, maybe there could be a season 6, but I highly doubt it.
It almost feels like this should be REALLY obvious because it seems like the word "neat" is used a lot. Am I missing some kind of reference?
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George Michael - He claims not to know who Lucille 2 is but they were at a party together, where someone told George Michael Buster was her nurse. This party occoured in early season 1 and he never interacted with her again, meanwhile George Michael went through a lot of events in the 3-4 seasons between these events. Do you remeber people whose life untersected yours once, years ago. I don't remeber my classmates from 5 years ago and we saw eachother every weekday for 5 years, excluding holidays.
Buster - Watch any murder mystery show, Murder She Wrote, Diagnosis Murder, Ironside, when is it ever the guy that got arrested for the crime first? Also Buster is the only Bluth left who is morraly sound, with Michael and George Michael having gone darker, Buster is still relatively kind, not wanting to be a Monster, just wanting someone to love him.
Considering the way she was immediatly repainting the stair car, I'd keep you eyes on Sally Sitwell, she's clearly more sinister than we ever guessed.
If we think about it Annoymous may end up saving George Micheal from his own lies. If they threaten him he could use that as an excuse to shut down Fakeblock without admitting that it was a Lie, selling his assets to pay back his investors.
It may just be me but I noted something while they were at the Estate Agent in Indian Takers.
Lindsey initially denied having children and then, while talking about payment plans and how they didn't really have any prospects is when she backtracks and say "We do have a Daughter." Think about that for a second.
While it's not intentional it does offer the unfortunate implication that the Funkes would be willing to use Mabey as a prostitute to pay for the house.
The reason it's also Ironic Foreshadowing is because while Lindsey unitentionally implied that she would use Mabey that way, later in the series Mabey became Lindsey's pimp.
Yeah I may be thinking too much into this.
I believe that the events of this episode will be erased from canon in Season 5. Is this lkely?
There isn't a comments section in the article but the list of evidence for the 'Is Lindsey a True Bluth' Is all personality traits. Personality is based on nurture not nature. She acts like George, Luciele and all the others because she was raised by them. We all emulate the people around us, for example me and my stepbrother are autisitc and as a result my little sister, who isn't, has occasionally exibited simmilar behaviour.
Love ends his dinner with Lindsay rather abruptly, standing up and stating loudly that "I think the best position for me to be in tonight is with my wife." It's as if he's nervous about being seen with Lindsay, even though that's not something that concerned him up until that moment. Right after this, we get a shot of the other patrons in the restaurant staring up at Love. None of them look familar to me, but there's a mysterious man sitting in shadow at the bar who the camera seems to highlight. Is this man stalking Love? Do we know him? Will we know him?
Will be a premier event? I've been thinking about this for a while, with all of the controversy around Jeffrey Tambor it might be easier to premiere Season 5 on Netflix without a premiere event. I would be sad if there's not a premiere event but honesty it would be the safest thing to do.
what do you all think?
It may be weird that my mind went to this but when I learnt about Lindsey's age in S3 (I only watched the show on netflix about a year or 2 ago) A bit of fridge horror emerged for me about Lindsey.
I don't know if the age of consent is 18 or 21 in California but if Lindsey belived herself to be 3 years younger than she was, and everyone else thinking it as well, isn't she likely to have commited staratory rape. If the age of consent is 18 then she reached it at age 15, and so any physical relationships she was in untill age 18 (actually 21) technically qualified as such, it's even worse if the age of consent is 21 because such relationships are far mor likely for 18 year olds than 15 year olds.
Again, I'm aware it's a weird thing to think of, but I dont know, I had to put it out there and see what people thought about it.
This seems like a stupid question, and maybe I missed something, but I just wanna know what other people think about what happened in "A New Attitude." Did GOB really sleep with Tony Wonder? Why?
- I would say yes, because of the scene where Michael sees Tony coming out of GOB's bedroom. I suppose that alone doesn't necessarily mean they actually slept together, but the way that the characters behave in this scene (Tony running away, GOB giving Michael a Forget-Me-Not pill, the "bad example" GOB tells Michael about) is pretty damning. I mean, if they hadn't actually slept together why wouldn't GOB just explain what happened with Ann and the masks instead of making Michael forget?
I guess my real question is... Why do people still not think GOB is gay or at least bisexual? I'm just wondering (ha) what the argument against that is? Yes, Ann tricked them by making each of them think it was Ann in the mask when it was really the two of them, but obviously they would quickly discover who it really was...
So did they find out Ann had tricked them and then decide to sleep together anyway? In which case, GOB is definitely attracted to men, right? This seems like pretty undeniable proof that Tony and GOB were/are more than just friends.
Also, what do you think was meant when Michael said he "always knew it" after seeing Tony? If you guys have any opinions on whether or not GOB is gay/bisexual, pls discuss !!
‘Arrested Development’ cast ‘stands behind’ Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross says
'“I can’t speak for everybody, but I know there are a number of us who stand behind him — from the limited amount we know, we stand behind Jeffrey — and I am one of them, I think it’s very curious that Amazon didn’t make public the results of their internal investigation.” - David Cross