Talk:Arrested Development (TV series)

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24-12 Just added some separating lines and corrected a quote from prison break in that had a double negation.

-hey, there's a really great quote i can't locate. someone casually asks gob how he's doing and he replies something like: "excellent, it's been an excellent year".

The last quote from 1.10 is wrong. I don't know what the quote is but it's definitely incorrect. The lesson was that you leave a note when you're out of milk. Can someone check this one?

- Lindsay: I'll tell you what. I'll take you down to see Nana if you split the money with me 60-40.

   Maeby: 55-55.
   Lindsay: Deal.
   Michael: Sounds like you guys are getting more than you think.
   Lindsay: We should go now before your Dad gets back. No need going halfsies with him, too. 

This quote belongs in ep. "Missing Kitty". Please confirm. Please also confirm that the #ing of episodes is incorrect.

The link to the guy who plays Annyong, Justin Lee, points to some gay dude burn in '77. Seems like the wrong guy to me


Where does it state you can only have two quotes per half hour show? I really liked this wikiquote page because of the amount of good quotes it had. Now I'm disappointed.... Killiondude 22:34, 11 October 2008 (UTC)

It states it here. -Sketchmoose 16:33, 7 November 2008 (UTC)

G.O.B. vs. Gob[edit]

The Wikipedia article for the show punctuates Michael's older brother's name "Gob" as opposed to "G.O.B." The reasons for this are discussed on the article's talk page, so for consistency and correctness (though it does not seem consistent in all the Wikipedia articles that mention it) I have changed it in this article as well. -Sketchmoose 14:43, 30 March 2009 (UTC)