This episode it’s finally revealed where Gob lives. Where does Tobias picture him living?
George Sr. built himself a little place in case he needed to escape. Where?
Lindsay is surprised to find that she is adopted and:
|cut out of the Bluth fortune|
|Stan Sitwell’s daughter|
|she and Tobias are actually cousins|
Lucille apparently stole the frozen banana stand idea from a Korean migrant. What did he market it as?
|Ice Yellow Fruit in Chocolate Yum-Yum|
|Banana Go Freeze in Brown Dip|
|Cold Banana in Delicious Brown Taste|
|Thumbs Up for Frosty Brown Candy Fruit|
Lucille decides to throw a party and name Michael as CEO of the Bluth Company. What’s the venue for the party?
|Santa Monica Pier|
|the Queen Mary|
|the La Brea Tar Pits|
This episode, Buster must face his two greatest fears, the ocean and:
|going to war|
Tobias decides to give the Hot Cops a more nautical theme by calling them:
|Hot and Salty|
|Hot Sea Dogs|
It is revealed that Gob’s girlfriend is which recurring character?
Lucille asks the Hot Sailors if they can:
|hold this junk|
|pump the shaft|
|hold the pole until it smokes|
Michael soon finds that there are compromises to being CEO. Of the following, what compromise does he not make?
|buying Gob the C-Word|
|telling Lindsay he is into older women|
|setting George Michael back up with Ann|
|letting Tobias spoon him|
The SEC interrupts the party to arrest Lucille for assorted felonies. They were tipped off by someone inside the family. Who was it?
This episode, Michael wakes up next to all of the following except:
Over the course of the series, Arrested Development made great use of running gags. Which running gag is not re-used in the finale?
|Ann is referenced as “Her?”|
|George arranges for Oscar take his place|
|a Bluth family chicken dance|
|“I’ve made a huge mistake.”|
Referenced several times this episode, what TV series replaced Arrested Development on Fox’s Monday schedule?
|Tyler Perry’s House of Payne|
|Skating with Celebrities|
|Andy Barker P.I.|
On the epilogue of Arrested Development, Maeby pitches an Arrested Development TV series to a Hollywood icon: