This episode revolves around Michael and Gob’s efforts to emulate their father by having a ribbon cutting ceremony. What was not the subject of a George Sr. ribbon-cutting?
|1963 Frozen Banana Stand Opening|
|1973 Completion of First Major Housing Tract|
|1978 Completion of Milford Academy Extension|
|1983 Completion of Orange County Prison|
Lindsay is interested in buying a new cream that contains
George Michael’s new girlfriend Ann likes to eat what two foods by mixing them in her mouth?
|strawberries and cream|
|mayonnaise and egg|
|banana and chocolate|
|peanut butter and jelly|
New president of the Bluth Company Gob has bought a boat with company money. What’s it called?
Buster accidentally interrupts Lucille and Oscar’s rekindling of their relationship because:
|he wanted soup and couldn’t open the can|
|he hurt himself with his ear medicine|
|he wanted his pyjamas ironed|
|he heard zoo noises|
Buster whispers to the army medical officer that his reproductive organ is shaped like:
|a lobster tail without its shell|
|a Sicilian cannoli|
|the Eiffel Tower, but sideways|
|a bendy straw|
Gob has a new business model for the Bluth Company – the one he met at the boat show. What’s her name?
And what’s the new slogan Gob has developed for the Bluth Company?
|Solid As A Rock|
|The Smartest Guys on the Block|
|A Housing Company That Won’t Steal All Your Money|
Tom Jane is making two movies for a major studio. One is a gritty personal project about a junkie’s life, which he only got to do in exchange for making a rigidly formulaic popcorn movie. Name the popcorn movie:
|The Wedding Bride|
The Bluths finish building the house, and at the ribbon-cutting ceremony there’s a banner that reads:
|A New Day|
|Stay The Course|
|Yes, America Can|