David Cross (Tobias) does not appear in this episode.
On The Next Arrested Development Gag: Buster’s competition heats up.
This episode was originally scheduled to air on February 22, but was pre-empted for The Bernie Mac Show.
The prom music is the theme music for Arrested Development.
Lindsay: I think George Michael is ready to have another mother.
Michael: That's ridiculous. He has you, he has our mom. I think that would pretty much turn him off to the idea entirely.
Michael: I don't think us sleeping together is working out. You're a grown man. You should be living with your mother.
Buster: Yeah. I miss mom.
Michael: I can tell.
G.O.B.: George Michael, what are you doing at a high school dance?
Lucille: I don't have the milk of mother's kindness in me anymore.
Michael: Yeah. That udder's been dry for a while though, hasn't it?
Ms. Baerly: Sweet ride. Are you making dinner reservations?
Michael: No, no. That was my mom. She just had a little Korean dropped off.
Ms. Baerly: Ooh, that sounds good. Let's have that.
Narrator: Lindsay believed that George Michael wanted to fix up his father so he could fill the role of his mother.
Lindsay: There’s nothing wrong with that. Although, I must say I’m a little hurt that you haven’t considered me.
George Michael: You’re my aunt.
Lindsay: That doesn’t matter. Aunts can fill that role. Teachers can fill that role. And, someday, you’re going to find the right woman to fill that role. But until then, I’ll be right across the hall.
Narrator: Lindsay had never been more proud of anything she had said in her entire life.
George Michael: Yikes.
Ms. Baerly: ... even minor crimes are punishable by brutally chopping off the offender’s hand.
George Michael: Oh. No ring.
Lucille: Well, maybe I’ll get a son who will finish his cottage cheese.
Michael: Hey, Linds, is it my imagination, or does this rape room have the same floor plan as our kitchen?
Michael: Thanks, but no, Lindsay. I’ve already been set up once today by a sibling, and I don’t think you people know my type.
Ms. Baerly: Welcome. I’m Miss Baerly, the Ethics teacher. My goal is to teach your children about the preciousness of life that can be lost by the mindless pulling of a trigger.
Michael: Mmm. No ring.
Lucille: Michael, the little Korean is here, and I don’t know what to do with him. At least I think it’s a him. You’ve got to strip them down to next to nothing before you could even tell.