Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
'Arrested Development' - Season 1
Monopoly. Ironically, the family plays a game which reflects what happens to the family. The dad is sent to jail, and the whole game has to do with properties and money (just like the Bluth Company).
Lindsay. While Lindsay comes across something she likes, she runs into George Michael who shows his dad that he'd rather be with his family. Michael and George Michael stay in L.A. with Maeby, Tobias, and Lindsay.
Arizona. Michael decides that his family doesn't need him after he doesn't become the CEO of the Bluth Company. He even gets a job with a rival development company, but his family convinces him to stay home.
George Michael. George Michael and Maeby are cousins, so Maeby thinks that they should kiss. This way, their parents would think that they should be around each there more often. Her mother misses the kiss and no one finds out.
An actor. Tobias is inspired after discovering that most of the homosexuals were in a theatre club, so he decides that he would be a good actor.
Lucille. George Sr. makes Lucille the new CEO because he thinks that a husband and wife can't be arrested for the same crime. If he did make Michael the CEO, Michael would go to jail for being an accomplice.
Michael's new suit. Buster has taken classes in many things including the cartography lessons, and even Native American tribal ceremonies. Lindsay had been staying in her hotel room with her family for over a month without Michael knowing.
Sudden Valley. Michael and his son, George Michael, live in the attic of the model home so that people can still walk through the house. Sudden Valley remains the Bluth household throughout the shows.
Tobias. Unwittingly, Tobias thought that the party was pirate themed and got into a van of garishly dressed men where he became a part of the homosexual protest boat that was interrupting the retirement party.
Boston. In an act of defiance, Lindsay married Tobias Funke and moved to Boston with him where they hosted fundraisers such as "Stop the Hunger", and "HOOP".