Ratings: 4.2/7 Nielsen rating
On The Next Arrested Development Gag: Tobias gets a review of his Shakespeare play, and Buster is back where he belongs.
The Parents Television Council filed a complaint against this episode for its innuendo and bleeps, but it was denied by the FCC.
In this episode and in the next episode, Marta is played by Leonor Varela. But when Marta appears in subsequent episodes, she will be played by Patricia Velasquez.
(Michael leans on the Corn Baller)
Michael: Mother of God! Ohh...Every damn time! Aww...this is a big one -
Michael: I gotta say, buddy, I'm in pretty good shape! You could be eating my dust all day long!
Buster: Well, you might -- (long extended BLEEP with Buster pointing excitedly)!
Michael: Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Buster: It's like she gets off by being withholding.
G.O.B.: Look whose got something to say.
Buster: I'm Mom and I want to shoot down everything you say so I can feel good about myself. 'Cause I'm an uptight -- (BLEEP) -- Buster -- You old horny slut!
Michael: Well, no one's gonna top that.
George Sr.: (regarding Buster) Maybe it was the eleven months he spent in the womb. The doctor said there were claw marks on the walls of her uterus. But he was her ‘miracle baby', and I was just too burnt out on raising you guys to care. So, he turned out a little soft, you know.
G.O.B.: And if I'm going to be staying here --
Lucille: Staying here? What, did that Mexican throw you out?
G.O.B.: She's not "that Mexican," Mom. She's my Mexican. And she's Colombian or something. Anyway, it's over.
Lucille: You've got three days.
G.O.B.: Hey...if I can't find a horny immigrant by then, I don't deserve to stay here.
George Sr.: I never see you anymore, Michael.
Michael: You're in prison. And I was here yesterday.
George Sr.: Oh, yeah, that's .. that's .. I'm sorry. I couldn't break away from the poker game. Capital-G was down to his boxers.
Michael: Strip poker?
George Sr.: Yeah, and it's tough. We can really only play about ... two hands.
The school play is Much Ado About Nothing, but the line that is spoken during the play, "I would kiss before I spoke", is from As You Like It.