Michael: Thanks for coming out, buddy. I've been dying to get some time with you, I really have.
George Michael: That's okay. I know how much you care about me. Unfortunately, so does the federal government.
G.O.B.: What's Buster doing here?
Buster: Michael got me the job.
G.O.B.: How'd you get him to do construction work? The guy's, like, the world's biggest chicken.
Buster: I'm not a chicken.
Michael: Yeah, he's not a chicken. He just doesn't like confined spaces, that's all.
G.O.B.: I thought it was open spaces.
Buster: No, it's both.
Lindsay: Well, you and I have different management styles. I believe work should be fun, and you try to crush people's spirits. What's next, Michael? Are you going to make dancing illegal? Is this the tiny town from Footloose?
Annyong: I went to beach once. Next thing you know, I'm in crate next to pig.
Buster: I'm a scholar. I enjoy scholarly pursuits.
Lucille: Suddenly, playing with yourself is a scholarly pursuit.
G.O.B.: I called the office. You know, that Kitty is starting to sound pretty damn sexy to me. Maybe I ought to --
Michael: That was Lindsay.
Tobias: Lindsay, say something to scare me.
Lindsay: F*** me.
Buster: Come on, you douche bags, we’re all on the same team!
G.O.B.: Don’t listen to him. He’ll never stand up to the Man. He’s a chicken. A chicken. Coka, coka, coka, coh!
Buster: My whole life you’ve called me a chicken. But that’s over now. I have nothing to prove.
G.O.B.: Coka, coka, coh! Coka, coka, coka, coh! Coka, coka, coka.
Buster: That is not how a chicken sounds. Chickens don’t clap! Chickens don’t clap!
Buster: But I love it here. And the language these guys use. Rough! One of the guys told me to take my head out of my bottom and get back to work. (laughter) My bottom! (laughs)
Lucille: They’ve got a bus, and they want to use parking lot to this building as a meeting place. I mean, for God’s sake, it’s not a hardware store. We can’t have them hanging around like a bunch of freeloaders looking for an easy buck.
Michael: You get a paycheck from the Bluth Company?
Lucille: Well, it’s important to the company that I keep up the image of my lifestyle.
Michael: Illusion, Mom.