On The Next Arrested Development Gag: On the epilogue, Michael wakes up to another strange bedfellow after his first night at sea, and Maeby pitches her TV show to a Hollywood icon who says...
This episode, and the previous three episodes, aired as a four episode Season Finale.
This episode was originally entitled "Harboring Resentment".
First appearance of Justin Lee (Annyong Bluth) since "Amigos
This episode was voted #29 on the Futon Critic's 50 Best Episodes of 2006 article.
Tobias: ...I-I’m afraid I’m going have to sell the Bluth shares and move on.
Michael: You can’t do that.
Tobias: They’re my shares.
Michael: No, I mean, you can’t spoon me like that.
Tobias: Although, perhaps I should call the “Hot Cops” and tell them to come up with something more nautically themed. Hot Sailors. Better yet, Hot Seam...
Michael: I like Hot Sailors.
Tobias: Hmm. Me, too.
Narrator: It was Arrested Development.
Narrator: But Lucille was not going peacefully.
Lucille: (to the Hot Sailors) You boys know how to shovel coal?
Narrator: I don’t even want to tell you what these guys thought that meant.
Visual: Ted's outfit
Ted, the Bluth Company employee, is dressed like Tom Cruise from the movie Risky Business.
Maeby's cab drives by a "Skating with Celebrities" banner
FOX's Skating With Celebrities
replaced Arrested Development
in its Monday timeslot.
(on the yacht)
Oh, my God. It’s the SEC.
They still have boats?
The ending scene where the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) boards the boat to arrest George, Sr. parallels a similar scene from the "Pilot
Hot Cops at the party as Hot Sailors
The Hot Cops first appeared in "Pier Pressure
I love these guys! They beat the treason charges! We had it as a “Don’t buy.” Let’s bump it up to a “Risky!”
Jim Cramer first upgraded the Bluth Co. to "Don't buy" in "The Cabin Show