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2003 TV Series


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  • Academies
    • Milford Academy
      • School Michael wants to enroll George Michael (Season 1)
  • Activist Groups
    • H.O.O.G. / Hands Off Our Guns
      • Arrested Development version of the NRA (Season 2)
    • H.O.O.P. / Hands Off Our Penises
      • Anti-circumcision group - one of Lindsay's and Tobias' charity events (Season 1)
    • Organization of Powerful Gay Tastemakers of Newport Beach
      • The "gay mafia" that confronts GOB regarding his high profile request for gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 episode Taste Makers)
  • Airlines
    • OutWest Airlines
      • Airline with inflight magazine called Altitude that interviews Michael (Season 4)
  • Alcohol
    • Cloudmir Vodka
      • Alcohol Lindsay takes a job selling. (Season 1)
  • Amusement Park Attractions
    • Hell Tunnel
      • Theme park type ride on the Tantamount Studios tour, which Maeby changes into the Tunnel of Love, Indubitably (Season 3)
    • Tunnel of Love, Indubitably
      • Theme park type ride on the Tantamount Studios tour, formerly known as Hell Tunnel (Season 3)
  • Amusement Parks
    • Sea Land
      • Amusement park G.O.B.'s wife mentions (Season 1)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Balboa Towers
      • Where Michael's mother lives (Season 1)
    • Sunny Villa
      • Apartment building where Rebel Alley lives.
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • The Cornballer
      • Fried food making device that George Sr. tried to market in the mid-70s (Season 1)
  • Armed Forces
    • MRF
      • What at first appears to be a Mexican militia group that seizes George Bluth's land (Father B's Colony) turns out to be the Mexican Romney Family, as in Mitt Romney (Season 5)
  • Artifacts
    • The Sword of Destiny
      • Sword G.O.B. buys from a Chinese shop (Season 2)
  • Assassins and Mercenaries
    • Ice
      • Bounty hunter G.O.B. hires to follow Michael to Mexico. "Put your problems on ice." (Season 2)
  • Audio Recordings
    • Franklin Comes Alive!
      • Audio CD G.O.B. records with his black puppet (Season 2)
    • Spanish for Businessmen
      • Audiobooks on take that Michael listens to (Season 1)
  • Awards
    • The Golden Anchor Family of the Year Award
      • Award the Bluth family gives themselves (Season 5)
    • Los Premios Desi
      • Award for excellence in Spanish daytime television (Season 1)
    • Milford's Least Seen on Campus
      • Award Buster won in 1982 (Season 5)
    • The Opie Awards
      • Lifetime Achievement Award that Maeby receives for her work in the entertainment industry (inside joke because the narrator is Ron Howard, who played Opie on the Andy Griffith Show) (Season 4)
    • The Ron Howard Man of the Year Awards
      • Joke Ron Howard's daughter Rebel makes at her dinner with Michael (Season 4)
  • Baby Products
    • Ocean Sounds Toddler Rocker
      • Baby product the judge buys for Maggie (Season 2)
  • Bakeries
    • House of Pies
      • Restaurant (Season 1)
  • Banks
    • Grand Harbour Bank
      • Cayman Islands bank that issued George Michael's first banana stand paycheck. (Season 5 episode Check Mates)
    • TP Holdings, LLC
      • The name of the bank on Lucille's check to Maeby for plastic surgery (Season 4)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • And Jeremy Piven
      • Popular nightclub in Newport Beach owned by Entourage star Jeremy Piven (Season 4)
    • Deliberations
      • Bar where Michael and Julia Louis-Dreyfus's blind lawyer character Maggie meet (Season 1)
    • El Proletario
      • Bar in Mexico (Season 5)
    • The Gothic Asshole
      • Gay leather club from multiple episodes.
    • The Little Ballroom
      • G.O.B. Is supposed to meet Tony Wonder at The Little Ballroom for their gay date, but he goes to My Little Ballroom instead, a children's play place (Season 4)
    • Pescados in Un Barril
      • Mexican singles bar (Season 5)
    • The Queen Mary
      • The name of the nightclub that Tobias buys (Season 2)
    • Seńor Tadpole's
      • Where Kitty says she's going for spring break with her new big boobs. "Say goodbye to these!" (Season 1) Bar where Lucille meets Kitty. (Season 2)
    • Side Bar
      • Legal themed bar where The Guilty Guys lawyers hang out. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • Tobias is Queen Mary
      • Tobias buys a nightclub called The Queen Mary, then attempts to change the name to Tobias' Queen Mary, but the company he hires misunderstands his request and sign ends up reading Tobias is Queen Mary (Season 2)
    • The Yellow Fang
      • A bar in Wee Britain, the British themed area of Orange County where Rita lives (Season 3)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Miss Inner Beauty
      • Beauty pageant at The Church & State Fair (Season 3)
    • Miss Natural Beauty
      • Narrator: "As a child, Maeby had been entered into a number of progressive pageants that claimed to celebrate beauty in all its natural forms, but the winners still tended to have it going on in the conventional sense." (Season 3)
  • Beer
    • Sharkey's Beer
      • Mexican beer advertised in a Mexican bar (Season 5)
  • Board Games
    • Wrench Pinball Game
      • There's a Wrench-themed pinball game in George Michael's office, based on the Moses Taylor TV show. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
  • Books-Biography
    • Caged Wisdom: Musings from Prison by George Bluth
      • No description available
  • Books-Children
    • I Can't Hold It In
      • Children's book - Michael leaves the police station, explaining "My son has an emergency." The policeman interviewing Michael suggests, "You know, there's a Grover book, 'I Can't Hold It In.' Worked for us." (Season 1)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • B.J. Zuckerkorn's the Low-Carb Gay, Bi, and Transgender Diet
      • From Amazon webpage for The Man Inside Me by Tobias Fünke (customers also bought section)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Turn of the Century French Erotica
      • Book G.O.B. is seen reading (Season 1)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Acting: Like a Man
      • Book Tobias is reading when Lindsay tries to seduce him (Season 1)
  • Books-Other
    • Voices in America: History in Perspective
      • Maeby's 9th grade history textbook (Season 2)
  • Books-Self Help
    • The Man Inside Me
      • Self help book Tobias wrote that gets popular years later. (Season 1)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Escondite Cottage
      • Beach house that the Bluths own where Michael's wife died (Season 5)
  • Bus Lines
    • Universal Shuttle
      • Shuttle service where Tobias meets Carl Weathers (Season 1)
  • Charities
    • Bluth Foundation
      • The Bluth Family's charity fundraising organization (Season 3)
    • Friends of Surely
      • Fake charity that Maeby creates for her ill alter ego Surely (Season 1)
    • Neuterfest
      • One of Lindsay and Tobias' charity events encouraging people to neuter their pets (Season 1)
    • S.A.D.
      • Sons and Dads Reunion Project. Organization that brings G.O.B. and his son Steve Holt together (Season 3)
    • Save Our Bluths
      • The Bluth family's new charity organization (Season 3)
    • Save the Wetlands Auction
      • Charity event Lindsay attends to prove she cares about the environment (Season 1)
    • Stop the Hunger
      • One of Lindsay and Tobias's fundraisers (Season 1)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Let's Potato Chips
      • Fictional potato chip brand.
    • NO-SALTines
      • Saltine cracker product Buster finds in Lucille's penthouse (Season 4)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Blackstool
      • English hometown of Tobias' alter ego Mrs. Featherbottom. (Season 2)
    • Bluthton
      • Rita's Ocean-top town idea (Season 3)
    • Encanta
      • Mexican town where George Sr. hides in Mexico. (Season 2)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Sacramende, California
      • Fictional town in California where Lindsay and Tobias claim Meaby is located with her debate team (Season 2)
    • Shuturmurg, India
      • Fictional town in India where both Lindsay and Tobias visit (Season 4)
  • Classes
    • Carl Weathers' Master Acting Class
      • One on one acting class that Tobias takes with Carl Weathers (Season 1)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Gung Ho Kimono
      • Movie memorabilia for sale in the Imagine Entertainment gift shop (Season 5)
    • Just for Brian
      • Wig for sale in the Imagine Entertainment gift shop (Season 5)
    • Just for Ron
      • Wig for sale in the Imagine Entertainment gift shop (Season 5)
    • The Magnet Suit
      • Suit advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Attitudes Men
      • Clothing store where G.O.B. says, "I'll take it - the compliment, not the pants." (Season 4)
    • South Coast Boutique
      • Clothing store filming a commercial for an upcoming fire sale that Tobias auditions for, but Lindsay ends up getting picked for (Season 1)
  • Clowns
    • Guapo the Clown
      • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Dove and Animal Deaths" header, for accidentally killing a long eared rabbit named Skip. (Season 4)
    • Relucto, The Apprehensive Clown
      • Clown name Tobias gives his son at The 3rd annual 2nd of July 4th of July parade (Season 5)
  • Coffee Shops
    • North Roast Coffee
      • Coffee shop where Michael runs into G.O.B. and Tobias, inspiring their plan to scam Michael out of the company's new investment money (Season 1)
  • Colors
    • Howard Red
      • The particular shade of red for Ron Howard's family's hair. (Season 5 episode Emotional Baggage)
  • Communities
    • Father B.'s Colony
      • George Sr's and Oscar's Mexican land (Season 4)
  • Competitions
    • Junior Mr. & Mrs. Bluth 1982
      • Also referred to as the Mr. Bluth Talent Pageant. Contest George Sr. and Lucille Bluth force their kids to endure, as seen in flashback sequences. (Season 5 episodes The Untethered Sole, Saving for Arraignment Day)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • B.S.
      • Fake disease that Maeby creates for her ill alter ego Surely (Season 1)
    • G.V.H.
      • Graft Versus Host. Medical condition that Tobias experiences after getting hair plugs (Season 3)
    • I Just Had a One Night Stand with a Blind Girl - Itis
      • Joke that Julia Louis-Dreyfus's blind lawyer character Maggie makes about Michael not wanting more than a one night stand with her (Season 1)
    • Never Nude
      • A real affliction, though not recognized in the states. A condition that Tobias has, causing him to always be wearing cut-off jean shorts beneath his clothes. (Season 1)
    • The O.C. Disorder
      • Condition Tobias mentions, actually meaning O.C.D. (Season 3)
    • TBA
      • Fake condition the Bluth Foundation unintentionally raises money for - when they couldn't think of a worthwhile cause, they just put "TBA" (To Be Announced) on the invitations, and never got around to coming up with a real condition, and pocketed the money they raised…. and then they did it again the following year (Season 3)
  • Construction Companies
    • The Austero Bluth Company
      • New name of the Bluth Company now that Lucille 2 is part owner (Season 4)
    • Bluth Company
      • No description available
    • The Michael B. Company
      • Company name Michael uses to finish the Sudden Valley subdivision (Season 4)
    • Sitwell Construction
      • Tony Wonder tells GOB that he might make it official with Sally Sitwell. Since her dad went missing, she needs somebody to run Sitwell Construction. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
    • Sitwell Homesteros
      • New name of Sitwell's Company now that Lucille 2 is part owner (Season 4)
    • Sitwell Housing Inc.
      • Company Michael almost goes to work for after his father goes to prison (Season 1)
  • Corporations
    • Allyn-Crane
      • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
    • Halliburton Teen
      • The rebranding name of Halliburton Penitentiary and Rendition Systems to bolster their public image. (Season 4)
    • The Squid Group
      • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
    • Standpoor
      • The name of Lucille 2's company that bought shares of stock the Bluth family sells (Season 2)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Tobias Fünke
      • Tobias used to be a psychiatrist at Mass General (Season 1)
    • Tobias Fünke, M.D.
      • Tobias is an analyst and a therapist, so he refers to himself as the world's first "analrapist". Following his release from prison, he changes it to "theralyst". (Season 3)
  • Countries
    • Kikiwikiwikistan
      • Fictional country mentioned in title of one of the Herbert Love videos on Westvids (The Arrested Development version of YouTube)
  • Currency
    • Imagine Dollars
      • Redeemable in the Imagine Entertainment gift shop. It's a severance thing Ron and Brian are doing because of Ron's need to be loved and Brian's conflict avoidance issues. (Season 5 episode Self-Deportation)
  • Dance Parties
    • Motherboy II
      • Motherboy is an annual dinner and dance event that Lucille and Buster have attended over 25 times - They show an photograph of them dressed alike from the 2nd one. (Season 2)
    • Motherboy IV
      • Motherboy is an annual dinner and dance event that Lucille and Buster have attended over 25 times - They show an photograph of them dressed alike from the 4th one. (Season 2)
    • Motherboy XVII
      • Motherboy is an annual dinner and dance event that Lucille and Buster have attended over 25 times - They show an photograph of them dressed alike from the 17th one. (Season 2)
    • Motherboy XXX
      • Motherboy is an annual dinner and dance event that Lucille and Buster have attended over 25 times. For the 30th one, Lucille tricks George Michael into going with her instead. (Season 2)
  • Dentists
    • 2 Hour Teeth
      • Dentistry service near the Bluth Company building. (Season 5)
    • 90 Minute Tooth Dentistry
      • Dentistry service near the Bluth Company building. (Season 5)
    • Hour Mouth
      • Dentistry service near the Bluth Company building, where the old Blockbuster used to be. (Season 5)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Blumen
      • Fake name Michael gives his mother when he calls the family to see if they noticed that he and George Michael left for Phoenix (Season 2)
    • Dr. Epstein
      • Fake doctor Meaby mentions to one of her coworkers at the movie studio (Season 2)
    • Dr. Miller
      • Bluth family doctor (Season 1)
    • Dr. Stein
      • Doctor played by Dan Castellaneta that flips G.O.B.'s middle and index fingers (Season 2)
  • Dolls
    • Crinch Doll
      • Grinch rip-off doll in Michael's office in the Imagine office building that Carl Weathers takes with him (Season 4)
  • Drug Dealers
    • Billy Crystal Meth
      • Tobias' new girlfriend DeBrie Bardeaux's funny drug dealer (Season 4)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Sweet Freedom
      • Marijuana strand Uncle Oscar requests (Season 3)
    • Tropical Ease
      • Marijuana strand Uncle Oscar requests (Season 3)
  • Enterprises
    • B.S. Enterprises
      • Michael's new company that buys George Michael's fake FakeBlock company. B.S. = Bluth & Son. (Season 5 episode Check Mates)
    • Sitwell Enterprises
      • The Bluth Company's major competitor in the housing market (Season 2)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The 3rd Annual 2nd of July 4th of July Parade
      • Parade where GOB and Tony Wonder debut their new joint magic trick involving switching their sexual identities by coming out of magic closets. (Season 5)
    • The Church & State Fair
      • Christian fair: "Welcome People of God and Taxpayers" (Season 3)
    • Festival of Lights
      • The official boat parade of the Cinco de Quatro holiday (Season 4)
    • The Living Classics Pageant
      • Community event (Season 1)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Lighthouse Fountain & Grill
      • Food bar right behind the banana stand in Balboa.
  • Fast Food-Other
    • The Banana Shack
      • G.O.B. and Steve Holt's banana stand that competes with the Bluth Original Banana Stand (Season 3)
    • Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand
      • The Bluth family's beachside banana stand.
    • Drink-A-Juice
      • One of Buster's favorite stores that George Sr. mentions when he and Lucille go looking for Buster at the mall. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
    • Klimpy's Express
      • Fast food version of Klimpy's the family style restaurant that Lucille hates (Season 4)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Imagine Generic
      • The division of Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment that makes cheap versions of movies (like Fantastic Four) so the studio won't lose the production rights (Season 4)
    • Orange County Imagine
      • Orange County division of Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment (Season 4)
    • Tantamount Studios
      • Maeby's movie studio (Season 3)
    • Uniprod
      • Company mentioned by Maeby's boss at the movie studio after it comes out that Maeby is only 16: "This is the biggest thing to happen since Uniprod hired that wee-brain ti run drama development", referring to Michael's ex-girlfriend Rita. (Season 3)
  • Financial Services
    • Atomic Bonds
      • Bond company Michael pays to get Barry out of jail, thinking he's getting Buster out of jail (Season 5)
  • Fitness Centers
    • Jack Dorso's
      • Uncle Jack's gym (Season 2)
    • Michael Bluth's Patr-Cise
      • Exercise class Michael teaches at the Search company complex (Season 5)
  • Food
    • Bag & Boil Frozen Dinners
      • Frozen food George Sr. orders when he's living in the attic of the model home after escaping from prison, delivered by Steve holt (Season 2)
    • Bluth Banana Jail Bars
      • All natural and low carb nutrition bar that George Sr. sold from prison (Season 1)
    • Hal & Burton's Frozen Goat Cream
      • A rebranding of one of Halliburton's chemical companies to bolster its' public image (Season 4)
  • Food Companies
    • Johnny Bark Bee Colony
      • Johnny Bark's new bee company (Season 4)
    • Natural Life Food Company
      • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
  • Gangs
    • Jade Dragon Triad
      • Gang seen in the reality TV show Real Asian Prison Housewives of the Orange County White Collar Prison System (Season 4)
    • Newport Bay Boys
      • Rich kid surfer gang that became a group of kind of hip, middle-aged surfer men throwing rocks at beachgoers, defending their coastline. (Season 5 episode An Old Start)
  • Government Agencies
    • Korean Consulate of Child Services
      • Fictional Korean government agency through which Lucille ordered a Korean child named Annyong (Season 1)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • GayMa Theater
      • Theater shown when GOB tells Tony Wonder that he was responsible for the Mafia guys canceling his contract, because he offered them a better contract. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
    • The Gothic Castle
      • Popular magic parlor from multiple episodes.
    • Wadsworth Theater
      • Location of the Los Premios Desi awards show (Season 1)
  • Hardware and Tools
    • Quick Hard Cement
      • Cement the Bluth Company uses to build their wall. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Dr. House Improvement Center
      • Construction supply company that G.O.B. visits looking for undocumented workers to help him build the wall, whose sign features a cartoon character resembling Tobias (an inside joke because David Cross audition for the role of Dr. House)" (Season 4)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Orange County Imaging
      • Company next door to Orange County Imagine (Season 4)
    • The Plumb Clinic
      • Clinic that specializes in the treatment of Vertigo (Season 2)
  • High Schools
    • Balboa High School
      • Local high school (Season 3)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Blendin Home Decor
      • No description available
    • Laguna Closet Conversion
      • No description available
    • Laguna Closet Conversions
      • Store GOB visits, thinking it's a gay conversion therapy center (Season 5)
    • Thin Wally's Knife Store
      • Store next door to My Little Ballroom, the children's gym where Michael and G.O.B. get into a fight and crash right through the wall (Season 4)
  • Hospitals
    • City of Hopelessness Hospital
      • Hospital in India where Tobias ends up after being hit by Lindsay's bus (Season 4)
    • County Hospital
      • Generic hospital from Scandalmakers TV show episode about the Bluth family (Season 4)
    • Mass General
      • Hospital where Tobias used to work as a psychiatrist (Season 1)
    • Mother of God Hospital
      • Hospital where Oscar and Buster search for a new hand for Buster after Oscar slams it in the stair car door. (Season 5 Unexpected Company)
  • Hotels
    • Four Seas Hotel
      • Arrested Development version of the Four Seasons Hotel where various members of the Bluth family purchase the Romance package. (Season 2)
  • Industries
    • Fostco Industries
      • One of the guests at the Bluth fundraiser is from Costco Industries - he's actually at the Fire and Ice Ball, and sends in George Sr.'s old surrogate, Larry Middleman, in his place (Season 3)
    • Gobias Industries
      • The name of the company that G.O.B. and Tobias come up with for their coffee shop investment plan: "Go buy us some coffee" (Season 1)
  • Islands
    • Balboa Island
      • Location of Bluth's Original Frozen Banana stand (Season 1)
    • Fashion Island
      • Where Buster says he found part of a pterodactyl on a dig (Season 1)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Brother Brothers
      • Jewelry store where Herbert Love buys the jewelry he gives Lindsay (Season 4)
  • Kitchen and Dining Stores
    • Paint-A-Plate
      • One of Buster's favorite stores that George Sr. mentions when he and Lucille go looking for Buster at the mall. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
  • Legal Services
    • Barry Zuckercorn
      • Bluth family lawyer - www.BarryGood.com.
    • Feinberg, Feinberg, Feinberg & Feinberg
      • Marvel and Stan Lee's law firm that comes after Tobias and his girlfriend for dressing up as The Fantastic Four (Season 4)
    • Feinstein, Feinstein, Feinstein, and Feinstein
      • No description available
    • The Guilty Guys
      • Law firm the Bluth family hires for Buster, five of the most prestigious attorneys in Orange County. Very expensive but very, very good, especially if you're guilty. (Season 5 episode The Untethered Sole)
    • Wayne Jarvis
      • Lawyer Michael attempts to hire to replace Barry Zuckercorn (Season 1)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Beefcake
      • Tobias' "bodybuilding" magazine hidden in the secret room of the model home (Season 3)
    • Bumpaddle
      • Racy magazine that Rita's Uncle reads (Season 3)
    • Seńor Seńoritas
      • Spanish language pornography magazine that Oscar (as George Sr.) brings Michael (Season 4)
    • Tetas Gigantes
      • Spanish language pornography magazine that Oscar (as George Sr.) brings Michael (Season 4)
  • Magazines-News
    • Poof News
      • Magazine for magicians, from multiple episodes.
  • Magazines-Other
    • Altitude
      • Official inflight magazine of OutWest Airlines that interviews Michael (Season 4)
    • Balboa Bay Window
      • Local magazine featuring Lucille and Buster on the cover, dressed alike (Season 2)
    • DogCandy
      • Magazine in Lindsay's and Tobias' marriage counselor's office (Season 1)
    • His Word Magazine
      • Magazine Tobias mentions that apparently called his portrayal of a jew as "pitiful" (Season 4)
    • I'm Poor Magazine
      • Joke Lindsay makes when Michael tells her he's selling the company jet: "Why don't we just take out an ad in I'm Poor Magazine?" (Season 1)
    • Paradise Magazine
      • Magazine Lindsay reads (Season 1)
    • Top Secret Magazine
      • Magazine featuring Buster and his new "Monster Hand!" (Season 4)
    • Tractor Pull Magazine
      • Magazine Tobias picks up to look for an acting job (Season 1)
    • We12
      • Exclusively first class inflight magazine (Season 4)
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Real Cricket
      • Sports magazine that Rita's Uncle reads (Season 3)
  • Magicians
    • The Amazing Frederick
      • Comment Tony Wonder makes about another magician, while stuffed in a suitcase at the airport (Season 5)
    • El Fantastico
      • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Dove and Animal Deaths" header, for accidentally killing an Egyptian dove named China. (Season 4)
    • Gregorio: The Quiet Storm
      • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Johnny Storm
      • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Singes and Milk Spills" header, for turning hair spray to a fire bolt in front of children. (Season 4)
    • Magic Mel
      • A wedding magician mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Singes and Milk Spills" header, for breaking a milk sack. (Season 4)
    • A Magician Named G.O.B.
      • Name under which G.O.B. performs at the Playtime Pizza Theater (Season 1)
    • The Mysterious Zane
      • One of the magicians mentioned in the "Poof's Whoops!" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians, under the "Dove and Animal Deaths" header, for accidentally killing an exotic parrot named Lacey. (Season 4)
    • The Mysticicateur Comique
      • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Peitros: World's Master Magician and Illusionist
      • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Thrombor the Terrible
      • Magician seen on a poster at the popular magic parlor The gothic castle, the headquarters of Rollo and the Alliance of Magicians (Season 1)
    • Tony Wonder
      • Magician played by Ben Stiller (Season 2)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Glitz
      • Diamond cream that Lindsay wants to buy because it's lavish and expensive, and George Michael wants to for a gift for his girlfriend Ann. (Season 2)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Chem Grow
      • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band, The 100% Natural Good-Time family-Band Solution, was underwritten by the Natural Life Food Company, a division of Chem Grow, an Allyn-Crane acquisition, and part of the Squimm Group. (Season 1)
    • HomeFill
      • The name of the company that makes all the fake products in the Bluth model home (Season 3)
    • Topelson Plastic and Silicone
      • Special effects company used for one of Maeby's movie productions (Season 3)
  • Marts
    • Quantity Plus
      • Arrested Development version of Costco or Sam's Club where Michael makes Lucille shop when he takes away her paycheck from the Bluth Company (Season 1)
  • Massage Parlors
    • Ancient Chinese Secret
      • Massage parlor G.O.B. visits (Season 2)
  • Meat
    • Teriyaki Chicken Burst Frozen Dinner
      • Flavor of Bag & Boil frozen dinner that George Sr. orders when he's living in the attic of the model home after escaping from prison (Season 2)
  • Medicine
    • Adrenoblast
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Bondat
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Erector
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Euphorazine
      • One of the pharmaceutical products that Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band sings about. (Season 1)
    • Fen-phen
      • Lindsay's medication that's been banned by the FDA (Season 2)
    • Forget-Me-Now
      • G.O.B.'s "pills that create a sort of temporary forgettingness" (Season 3)
    • Grouphug
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Oxy-incontinent
      • Pills Steve Holt gives to Michael on the day of the triathlon at the Church and State Fair. According to Steve Holt, pills filled with oxygen that keep you from being incontinent. (Season 3)
    • Placebojolt
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Rofollica
      • Hair restoration product George Sr. used after freeing some of his sperm for future use (Season 2)
    • SwallowGold
      • Pharmaceutical product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
    • Teamocil
      • One of the pharmaceutical products that Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band sings about. (Season 1)
    • Zanotab
      • One of the pharmaceutical products that Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band sings about. (Season 1)
  • Menu Items
    • The G.O.B.
      • Menu item named after G.O.B. at the Bluth Banana stand - a double dipped banana with everything on it (Season 1)
    • The George Daddy
      • Menu item at Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand.
    • Ike and Tina Tuna
      • Menu item at Klimpy's family style restaurant (Season 1)
    • Lindsay Chops
      • Meal Lucille created for Lindsay when the kids were growing up (Season 3)
    • Mock Mother's Pie
      • Recipe on the back of the NO-SALTines cracker package that Buster finds in Lucille's penthouse (Season 4)
    • The Original Frozen Banana
      • Menu item at Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand.
    • The Skip's Scramble
      • Menu item at Skip Church's Bistro, an egg dish that contained everything on the menu (Season 2)
  • Mixed Drinks
    • Donkey Punch
      • Mixed drink served at a booth during the Cinco de Quatro celebration. (Season 4)
  • Movies
    • The 14-year-old Virgin
      • Movie script by Judd Apacow that Maeby green-lit in her after school job as a movie studio executive, changing the name from "Losing It!" (Season 3)
    • 21st Century Family
      • The name of the movie Ron Howard wants to make about Michael's life (Season 4)
    • The Andy Griffith Movie
      • Movie Ron Howard is making (Season 4)
    • Dangerous Cousins
      • American version of the French film Les Cousins Dangereux that George Michael and Maeby go see. (Season 1)
    • Embryo Dan: It Would Have Been a Wonderful Life
      • Movie on The Miracle Network, an anti-abortion drama starring Tobias Fünke (Season 4)
    • Families with Low Self Esteem
      • Tobias's self-help video (Season 1)
    • Father Marsala's John the Baptist
      • Movie on The Miracle Network, a "searing docu-drama" starring Tobias Fünke (Season 4)
    • Homeless Dad
      • Movie - a rigidly formulaic popcorn movie starring Thomas Jane he agreed to do in order to fund his passion project, Junk. (Season 2)
    • Hot Ice
      • Showtime movie starring Carl Weathers and Anne Archer. Carl Weathers: "Let me tell you a little story about acting. I was doing this Showtime movie, Hot Ice with Anne Archer, never once touched my per diem. I'd go to Craft Service, get some raw veggies, bacon, Cup-A-Soup. Baby, I got a stew going." (Season 1)
    • A Jew Came to Dinner
      • Movie on The Miracle Network, a light-hearted comedy starring Tobias Fünke (Season 4)
    • Junk
      • Movie - a gritty personal project about a junkie's life starring Thomas Jane from the directors of 'Dangerous Cousins'. "They shoot heroin, don't they?" (Season 2)
    • Les Cousins Dangereux
      • Movie about kissing cousins that George Michael and Maebe go see (Season 1)
    • Losing It!
      • Movie script by Kellie Morris that Maeby green-lit in her after school job as a movie studio executive, changing the name from "The Sexual assault of Abigail F." (Season 3)
    • Love, Indubitably
      • British film Michael and Rita watch (Season 3)
    • New Warden
      • Screenplay the warden of George Sr.'s prison wrote and tries to give to Tobias (Season 1)
    • The Ocean Walker
      • When Maeby works on a script with man in L.A. and his girlfriend in Tokyo and she tried to figure out how to get them together, Rita suggests having them walk. (Season 3)
    • Ready, Aim… Marry Me!
      • Movie - a "Bullet" solo feature, one of the stars of Uncle Jack's radio and then serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters (Season 2)
    • Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters (Film)
      • Jack Dorso, also known as "Uncle Jack", first achieved success in the 40s, as a costar of the radio and then film serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters.
    • Snowboarding School 2
      • Movie produced by Maeby's movie studio (Season 3)
    • A Thoroughly Polite Dust-up
      • Title of movie Maeby won't put Jamie Kennedy in even after he buys her the fake nose that Nicole Kidman wore in The Hours at an auction (Season 3)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Armageddon II: Armageddon
      • Sequel to Armageddon, movie script Maeby gives George Sr. to read when he's hiding out in the attic of the model house (Season 2)
  • Movies-Horror
    • Gangie 4: Facelift
      • 4th movie sequel in Maeby's horror franchise based on Lucille, and source of confusion with the $50k check that Lindsay thought was for Maeby to get an actual facelift (Season 4)
    • Gangie V: Gangie on the Ganges
      • Latest movie sequel in the horror franchise that takes place in India: "Eat, prey, love, run!" (Season 4)
    • Gangy
      • Horror movie produced by Maeby's movie studio, based on her grandmother Lucille, also known as Gangy (Season 3)
    • Gangy 2
      • Horror movie sequel produced by Maeby's movie studio, based on her grandmother Lucille, also known as Gangy (Season 3)
  • Movies-Parody
    • Fantastic Four
      • Fictional Imagine Entertainment adaptation, parody of the development of the 1994 Corman version starring Tobias' new girlfriend DeBrie Bardeaux (Season 4)
    • The Young Man and the Beach
      • Movie, remake of Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea that Maeby is overseeing as part of her "job" at the movie studio (Season 2)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Straightbait
      • Softcore porn videos starring Tobias' new girlfriend DeBrie Bardeaux (Season 4)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Balboa Storage
      • Storage center where Michael follow's Lucille's maid (Season 1)
    • Blendin Moving and Storage
      • Blendin is a fake brand name frequently used by the authorities when attempting to spy on the Bluth family. A truck passes by in the background when Lindsay is out looking for a date now that she and Tobias have an open marriage (Season 2)
    • Carrier Express
      • G.O.B.'s undercover outfit (Season 1)
  • Musicians
    • The 100% Natural Good-Time Family-Band Solution
      • Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band that sings about pharmaceutical products. (Season 1)
    • Mark Cherry
      • Former pop star, leader of the entourage that G.O.B. hooks up with (Season 4)
    • Milford Academy Marching Band
      • The quietest marching band ever that performs at The 3rd Annual 2nd of July 4th Of July Parade (Season 5)
    • Motherboy
      • Heavy metal band that used to rock pretty hard in the 70s (Season 2)
    • Whip-and-Snaps
      • Barber shop quartet Tobias hooks up with after going to the Gothic Asshole gay leather club (Season 1)
    • William Hung and His Hung Jury
      • Band featured on Judge Reinhold's new TV show (Season 3)
  • Natural Areas
    • Serenity Valley
      • Location of final battle of The Unification War, namesake of Mal's Firefly ship Serenity.
  • Neighborhoods
    • Paradise Gardens
      • Sitwell's recommendation to change the name of the Bluth's housing development from Sudden Valley.
    • Sea Britain
      • Idea for a third British neighborhood, after the Wee Britains in Orange County and Cleveland (Season 3)
    • Sudden Valley
      • A Bluth Company development (Season 1)
    • Wee Britain
      • British themed area of Orange County where Rita lives.
    • Wee Britain (Cleveland)
      • British neighborhood in Cleveland that Rita apparently owns (Season 3)
  • Newspapers
    • British Sun Times
      • British tabloid newspaper featuring story about Moses Taylor, star of the TV show Wrench, hunting people (Season 2)
    • The Guardian
      • Local newspaper in the Mexican town where George Sr. hides out (Season 2)
    • The News Testament
      • Christian newspaper (Season 3)
    • The Orange County Ledger
      • Local newspaper in Orange County (Season 4)
    • The Wee Guardian
      • Wee Britain newspaper (Season 5)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • The Newport Beach Birthers for a Bright Tomorrow
      • Organization funding Herbert Love's congressional campaign ads (Season 4)
  • Operations
    • Operation Hot Brother
      • Michael and Buster's plan to rescue G.O.B. from the American prison in Iraq (Season 3)
    • Operation Hot Mother
      • The name Buster gives his and Michael's plan to rescue George Michael from Lucille and Motherboy XXX (Season 2)
  • Parks
    • Milford Park
      • Local park, location of company softball game (Season 2)
  • Parties
    • Bluth Foundation Annual Fundraiser
      • Gala events that the Bluth family held at the Grand Newport Resort every year to raise money for various causes (Season 3)
    • The Fire and Ice Ball
      • Event taking place the same night as the Bluth fundraiser (Season 3)
  • Party Planning Services
    • Ice: Party Planner
      • Private Detective Ice's true passion (Season 2)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Al Qaeda Beard Brush
      • Brush Lindsay's new boyfriend gets when he signs up with Al Qaeda. "100% boar" (Season 4)
    • Glisten
      • George Sr.'s favorite toothpaste.
  • Pest Control Services
    • SH! Pest Control
      • Steve Holt's pest control company (Season 5)
    • Steve Holt! Pest Control
      • G.O.B.'s son Steve Holt's pest control business, name briefly changed to Steve Holt! And Dad pest Control (Season 4)
  • Pet Products
    • Dog Tease
      • Pet product advertised in one of the Chem Grow booths at the hotel where Lindsay, Tobias and Maeby's band performs. (Season 1)
  • Pet Services
    • Blendin Mobile Pet Grooming
      • Blendin is a fake brand name frequently used by the authorities when attempting to spy on the Bluth family. (Season 1)
    • Dip-A-Pet
      • Lindsay's pet-coloring business (Season 1)
  • Pet Stores
    • Pet Store
      • Generic name of the pet store where G.O.B. buys a dove for a magic trick and then inadvertently kills it walking into the wall while trying to leave the store (Season 1)
  • Photography Services
    • Mommy, What Will I Look Like?
      • Linday's photo-enhancing service which gave new parents a glimpse at what their infants would look like in half a century (Season 1)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Playtime Pizza Theater
      • Where Buster says he saw G.O.B. on his date (Season 1)
  • Police Departments
    • Balboa Police
      • Where George Bluth Sr. is held after being arrested (Season 1)
  • Prisons
    • Halliburton Penitentiary and Rendition Systems
      • Rebranded as Halliburton Teen (Season 4)
    • Orange County Corrections L.I.T.E.
      • White collar prison where Lucille does time (Season 4)
    • Orange County Penitentiary
      • Where George Sr. serves time in prison (Season 1)
    • Orange County Prison
      • Where George Sr. serves time in prison. (Season 1)
  • Private Clubs
    • The Balboa Country Club
      • Location of the The Motherboy Dinner Dance (Season 2)
    • The Balboa Yacht Club
      • Country club from multiple episodes, starting with a protest by homosexuals during George Bluth Sr.'s retirement party (Season 1)
    • Newport Country Club
      • Local country club where Michael goes to "accidentally" run into Sally Sitwell (Season 2)
  • Private Detective Services
    • Doug a Berry: Private Investigator
      • The private detective with an ad right next to Ice's ad in the yellow pages (Season 2)
    • Gene Parmesan
      • Bluth family private investigator (Season 2)
  • Products-Other
    • The Sea Wind Unit
      • The name of the Bluth Company house model that Michael spots in news reports about Iraq (Season 1)
  • Professional Organizations
    • The Alliance of Magicians
      • G.O.B.'s magician group (Season 1)
  • Radio Programs
    • Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters
      • Jack Dorso, also known as "Uncle Jack", first achieved success in the 40s, as a costar of the radio and then film serial, Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters.
  • Radio Stations
    • KZOP
      • Radio station featuring the serial "Red McGibbon and Bullet: Nazi Hunters", featuring Uncle Jack (Season 2)
  • Realty Services
    • Gob Bee Company
      • G.O.B.'s real estate company, included in the ad for the Sudden Valley Community on the Orange County Sex Offender Map. Initially advertised as: As seen on TV's "To Entrap a Local Predator", then later as: We're sex offender free! (Season 4)
    • Your Neighborhood Realtor
      • Realtor played by Ed Helms that talks Lindsay and Tobias into buying a mansion (Season 4)
  • Recipes
    • Chicken in Chicken Sauce
      • Dish Lindsay served at the Bluth fundraiser (Season 3)
    • Hot Ham Water
      • Recipe Lindsay comes up with when Michael tasks her with cooking and cleaning the model home (Season 3)
    • Poached Salmonella
      • Lucille's name for Lindsay's "Chicken in Chicken Sauce" dish that she served at the Bluth fundraiser (Season 3)
  • Rehabilitation
    • Austerity
      • Lucille 2's rehabilitation center where Tobias spearheads the Fantastic Four musical. Motto: "A full-service way to live without" (Season 4)
    • Garden Grove Methodone Clinic
      • Junkie clinic that Tobias takes Lindsay to thinking it's an acting class called the Method One Clinic (Season 4)
    • Shady Pines
      • Rehab facility from multiple episodes. Michael takes Lucille there (Season 2), Lucille and Lindsay claim to hide out there to avoid testifying at George Sr.'s trial (Season 3)
  • Religious Organizations
    • Church of the Good Shepherd
      • Lupe's church (Season 1) Church where George Sr and Lucille go to renew their vows. (Season 2)
    • The Church of the Holy Eternal Rapture
      • Father Marsala's church (Season 4) GOB seeks help in the form of gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
  • Resorts
    • Grand Newport Resort
      • Location of the Bluth Foundation's annual fundraiser dinners (Season 3)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • C.W. Swappigan's
      • Restaurant Tobias and Lindsay go on their double date - a chain that sprung up after the economic collapse: "like a Salvation Army meets a soup kitchen meets a gastro pub meets a Marxist or Leninist-type social structure" (Season 4)
    • Fat Ammy's American Style Restaurant
      • Wee Britain's one American themed restaurant (Season 3)
    • Klimpy's
      • Family style restaurant where Lindsay and her mother are arrested after getting into a fight (Season 1)
    • Pea Soup Andersen's
      • Name of restaurant nobody can seem to get right (Season 5)
    • RUD
      • Trendy restaurant (Season 1)
    • Skip Church's Bistro
      • Local restaurant at the harbor near the banana stand (Season 2)
    • Swallows
      • Restaurant in Reno where Tobias works, a family-style restaurant by day, and an anything goes pan-sexual bazaar by night. They offer smoothies, malts, leather ponies and a salad bar! (Season 3)
  • Restaurants-Seafood
    • The Crab Restaurant
      • Restaurant that Barry mentions (Season 4)
  • Retirement Communities
    • The Spotted Palm
      • Retirement community, Maeby's new place (Season 5)
  • Schools-Other
    • Openings
      • Lindsay and Tobias pay a high tuition for Maeby to attend the progressive school Openings but she is expelled for excessive truancies. Michael then has George Michael attend. (Season 3)
    • Slowbrooke
      • The school that Rita attends in Wee Britain, the British themed area of Orange County (Season 3)
  • Seaports
    • Newport Harbor
      • No description available
  • Search Engines
    • InfoMole
      • Internet search Engine (Season 3)
    • Search
      • Thinly veiled Google like company where Michael goes to work (Season 5)
  • Services-Other
    • The Hot Cops
      • The company Lindsay hires to scare Tobias away from the Queen Mary nightclub that he bought - police-themed strippers that Tobias turns into an singing/dancing act, and gets their asses kicked when they confront a real gang (Season 2)
  • Sexual Jargon
    • Druggeries Hollow
      • One of Rita's slang terms for sexual intercourse (Season 3)
    • Pop-pop
      • One of Rita's slang terms for sexual intercourse (Season 3)
    • Rabbit Down Dum
      • One of Rita's slang terms for sexual intercourse (Season 3)
    • Spoon and Figgy Pudding
      • One of Rita's slang terms for sexual intercourse (Season 3)
  • Shopping Centers
    • Cedar Center
      • Shopping center mentioned in ad for a pre-Christmas Fur Sale (Season 1)
  • Social Clubs
    • The Shitty Parents Club
      • Joke Steve Holt makes to George Michael and Maeby (Season 5)
  • Social Media Apps
    • Extreme Woodblock
      • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
    • Fakeblock
      • George Michael and P-Hound's electronic woodblock turned privacy app - an antisocial network (Season 4)
    • Get Woodblocked
      • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
    • More Woodblock!
      • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
  • Songs
    • All You Need are Smiles
      • Song Uncle Oscar wrote for David Cassidy (Season 1)
    • Go Away Getaway
      • New hit single about G.O.B. by teen pop star Mark Cherry (Season 4)
    • Practice Kisses
      • Teen pop star Mark Cherry's hit single (Season 4)
  • Specialty Stores
    • Popcorn Plantation
      • Store at the mall that George Sr. suggests is masking Lucille's scent, which is why Buster hasn't smelled her yet. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Tent City
      • Camping store where Oscar and Buster seek help getting out of their chains, and where Tobias and his new family hide out in one of the display tents. (Season 5 episode Taste Makers)
  • Support Groups
    • Blue Man Group
      • Support group for depressed men that invites Tobias to speak, which Tobias attends, thinking it is an audition for the real Blue Man Group (Season 2)
  • Technology Companies
    • Schnoodle
      • A financial technology company formed by Mort Meyers (who serves as CEO) after he was fired from Tantamount Studios. (Season 4)
  • Theater Productions
    • Amazing Jesus Illusion
      • Magic trick G.O.B. performs at his wedding to Ann (Season 4)
    • The Aztec Tomb
      • G.O.B.'s new Illusion where he tries to hide his father before he gets arrested (Season 1)
    • F4: An Action Musical
      • While working for Lucille 2 at her rehabilitation center Austerity, Tobias organizes a musical version of Fantastic Four starring the residents, which include his girlfriend DeBrie (Season 4)
    • Free Bird / Free Chicken
      • An illusion G.O.B. performs at the courtyard of the courthouse as a protest against his father's continual persecution by prosecution. It was a ploy arranged by George Bluth to attempt to flee custody again. (Season 3)
    • The Trial of Captain Hook
      • School play that Michael starred in as a child (Season 1)
  • Thoroughfares-Drives
    • Halliburton Drive
      • Street in Iraq (Season 3)
    • Scenic View Drive
      • Location of Julia Louis-Dreyfus's blind lawyer character Maggie's residence (Season 1)
  • Thoroughfares-Highways
    • Cheney Expressway
      • Street in Iraq (Season 3)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Condoleezza Rice Lane
      • Street in Iraq (Season 3)
    • Lucille Lane
      • New address for the Bluth's model home, changed after The Bluth Company became the Austero Bluth Company (Season 5)
    • Tracey Lane
      • Street in Sudden Valley, seen on G.O.B.'s Zillow listing (Season 4)
    • Trixie Lane
      • Street in the Sudden Valley neighborhood where John Beard films his TV show "John Beard's To Entrap a Local Predator" (Season 4)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Manville
      • Address of Steve Holt's pest control business (Season 4)
  • Thoroughfares-Ways
    • Corporate Way
      • Street in Los Angeles, address of TP Holdings, LLC, the name of the bank on Lucille's check to Maeby for plastic surgery (Season 4)
  • Toy Products
    • China Wow! Smoke from Nowhere
      • Magic product featured in the "Product Recalls" section of Poof, a magazine for magicians: "Not for use near rabbits, mice, bees, doves or colonizing animals." (Season 4)
    • Eric Axel's Ultimate Magic Kit
      • Magic kit a young Michael buys to complete in the Mr. Bluth Talent Pageant, as seen in flashback sequence. "Feel the wonder inside you" (Season 5 episode The Untethered Sole)
  • Toy Stores
    • All Aboard Model Train Co.
      • G.O.B. and Buster (as George Sr.'s surrogate) build a model train that Michael ordered for George Michael (Season 3)
    • FAO Al-dibaaly Muhammed A-Abat
      • Iraqi owned toy store (Season 3)
  • Transport-Nautical
    • Hornblower Cruises & Events
      • Company seen in the background in the harbor, presumably the same company that provided the boat used for George Sr.'s retirement party on the pilot episode (Season 2)
  • TV News
    • Channel 52
      • TV news team covering the Bluth Company's wall unveiling. (Season 5 episode The Fallout)
    • Channel 8
      • TV station with local news program at press conference. (Season 1)
    • Channel 9
      • TV station with local news team.
    • KFAK
      • TV station with local news program Eyewitness News. (Season 5 episode The Untethered Sole)
    • O.C. Can You Say
      • TV Show where the Bluth family will receive their Family of the Year award - tits, teeth, public affairs, ass, some light interviews, according to GOB. (Season 5 episode Everyone Gets Atrophy)
    • Wee BBC O.C.
      • Wee Britain news show (Season 5)
    • WQDa 37
      • TV station at Herbert Love press conference. (Season 4)
    • ˇAccess Mexico!
      • News show that interviews G.O.B.'s girlfriend Marta (Season 1)
  • TV Shows
    • And as It is Such, So Also as Such is It Unto You
      • Father Marsala's TV show on the religious TV station The Miracle Network (Season 4) GOB seeks help in the form of gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 Unexpected Company)
    • The Bathroom Plea Deal Boys
      • Netflix series, show coming up next after the show The Guilty Guys. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • The Guilty Guys (TV Show)
      • A Netflix project, though originally intended to show a single case over the span of a season, was abandoned early on as not being binge-worthy. The show was canceled before the end of the main title. (Season 5 episode Saving for Arraignment Day)
    • Hindsight
      • Michael to his son George Michael: "What the hell's going on with you lately? I wanted to watch Hindsight and you weren't there. I want to pack up and desert the family, and you don't want to." (Season 1)
    • John Beard's to Entrap a Local Predator: Orange County Edition
      • Subtitled: Supercreeps! TV show Tobias ends up on when he goes looking to reunite with hid daughter Maeby (Season 4)
    • Pop-a-R.O.T.C.
      • Teen pop star Mark Cherry's hit TV sitcom. Also known as "paparazzi" (Season 4)
    • The Prosecution
      • When the police contact Tobias, he thinks he is auditioning for a part on a CBS procedural TV show called The Prosecution (Season 3)
    • Sugarfoot
      • Old TV show Michael pretends to remember to get a new investor onboard (Season 2)
    • Why We Were Scared of the '70s
      • TV show on Y.O.M. television featuring low tier celebrities such as Andy Dick talking about things that frightened them in the 1970s (Season 3)
    • Wrench
      • TV show featuring Moses Taylor (Rob Courdry) as law abiding detective Frank Wrench (Season 2)
  • TV Shows-Documentary
    • Les Mas Buscados De México
      • Mexican TV show about escaped criminals featuring George Sr. (Season 2)
    • Scandal Hunters
      • TV news show covering true crime stories, including the Bluth family's adventures (Season 2)
  • TV Shows-Entertainment News
    • Imagine News
      • Also known as I News - new news division of Ron Howard's Imagine Entertainment: "Remember, love each other" (Season 4)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Babies Having Babies
      • TV show that Tobias loves to watch (Season 4)
    • Bud Cort
      • Judge Reinhold-inspired copycat courtroom TV show, featuring actor Bud Cort (Season 3)
    • Judge Reinhold / Mr. Reinhold's Courtroom / Mock Trial with J Reinhold
      • New courtroom TV show featuring Judge Reinhold featuring the band William Hung and his Hung Jury (Season 3)
    • Justice TV
      • Courtroom TV Show (Season 3)
    • Locker Hawkers: Something Smells Terrible Edition
      • Reality TV show that discovers G.O.B. in a storage locker following the spectacular failure of this Amazing Jesus Illusion (Season 4)
    • Real Asian Prison Housewives of the Orange County White Collar Prison System
      • Reality TV show filmed at Orange County Corrections L.I.T.E., the white collar prison where Lucille does time (Season 4)
    • Scandalmakers
      • TV show featuring re-enactments of real life scandals, such as the Bluth Family's adventures: "Blurred Truth: The Bluth Family Scandal" (Season 2)
    • Y.O.M. Presents: Spring Break Party
      • Spring break show on Arrested Development version of MTV (Season 1)
  • TV Shows-Soap Operas
    • El Amor Prohibido
      • The name of the Spanish soap opera on which G.O.B.'s girlfriend Marta appears (Season 1)
  • TV Shows-Specials
    • Spring Break: Newport Beach
      • Spring break show on Arrested Development version of MTV (Season 1)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Good Morning, Albany
      • Morning TV news show Uncle Jack was on performing a feat of strength when had an accident and lost his legs (Season 2)
    • Good News O.C.
      • Morning news show in Orange County (Season 4)
  • TV Stations
    • Channel 5
      • TV station at press conference (Season 1)
    • The Miracle Network
      • Father Marsala's religious TV station (Season 4)
    • Y.O.M. Television
      • Arrested Development version of MTV (Season 1)
  • Vehicle Dealerships
    • Depeche Motors
      • Automotive dealership where Sitwell considers buying a convertible - play on the band name Depeche Mode (Season 2)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • Fake Popemobile
      • Vehicle George Sr. steals to escape from the Church & State Fair (Season 3)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • El Pescador
      • Boat G.O.B. rents to hunt down the seal that bit off Buster's hand, which is the same boat in the movie Maeby's movie studio is making (Season 2)
    • Lucille
      • Name of the Bluth family's old yacht (Season 2)
    • Marina Hornblower
      • The name of the boat where the Bluth family gathers to celebrate George Bluth Sr.'s retirement (Season 1)
    • New Del Mar
      • Boat in the harbor when the G.O.B. and Buster go looking for the seal that bit off Buster's hand (Season 2)
    • Regina
      • Boat in the harbor next to the Bluth yacht (Season 1)
    • The Seaward
      • The name of the company boat that G.O.B. buys in order to get a date with the boat show model Starla (Season 2)
  • Video Games-Arcade
    • Aventura
      • Arcade video game in Mexican bar (Season 5)
  • Videos
    • Babytock Informercial
      • A promotional internet video on YourClipz.com for a developmental tool called Babytock! featuring George Bluth Sr. and George Michael: "Babytock will give your child a head start at math and boost brian power by 110%. That's a lot of brainpower." (Season 4)
    • Backseat Boyfights: The Trip to Uncle Jack's 70th
      • One of the videos of young Michael and G.O.B. fighting that George Sr. sold, also featuring Crybaby Buster in: I Don't Want To Be On This Tape! (Season 3)
    • A Boyfights Cookout, Featuring: Run for Your Life!
      • One of the videos of young Michael and G.O.B. fighting that George Sr. sold, also featuring the Baby Buster short: A Fifth Grader Wets His Bed (Season 3)
    • Boyfights: A Day in the Life of American Boys
      • One of the videos of young Michael and G.O.B. fighting that George Sr. sold, also featuring the Baby Buster short: I Don't Want To Go To Bed (Season 3)
    • Boys Will Be Boys: Boyfights 2
      • One of the videos of young Michael and G.O.B. fighting that George Sr. sold, also featuring the the Baby Buster short: Too Old To Breastfeed (Season 3)
    • Caged Wisdom: Musings from Prison
      • George Sr.'s line of self-help tapes touting his newly discovered spirituality (Season 1)
    • EZ Keglin
      • Workout video for kegel excercises starring Joyce Keglin that Lindsay and Tobias watch. (Season 2)
    • Girls with Low Self Esteem
      • Arrested Development version of Girls Gone Wild series (Season 1)
    • Girls with Low Self Esteem: Newport Beach
      • The episode of the Girls with Low Self Esteem TV show during which G.O.B. makes the yacht disappear - by sinking it (Season 1)
    • Girls with Low Self Esteem: Orlando, Florida
      • Arrested Development version of Girls Gone Wild series. (Season 2)
    • Girls with Low Self Esteem: Santo Domingo
      • Arrested Development version of Girls Gone Wild series. (Season 2)
    • Girls with Low Self Esteem: Vegas Style
      • Arrested Development version of Girls Gone Wild series. (Season 2)
    • Herbert Love Almost Tells a Joke
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love Defends One-eared Elephant Reenactment
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love Gets a Big Hand from Vet
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love Most Definitely Did Not Touch that Lady's Leg
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love on 'ObamaWamaLama' Care
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love Refuses Funding for Kikiwikiwikistan
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love Spot Seems Like Bad 'Campaign Ad' Parody
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Herbert Love: What Would My Wife Gain from Lying?
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Kid Practices His Fighting Moves
      • Internet video of George Michael inspired by the viral video Star Wars Kid (Season 4)
    • Latest Herbert Love Seems Like 'bad Campaign Ad' Parody
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Love Accused by Mailman's Daughter Love: It Was a Con-soul Kiss
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Love Accused by Widow of Realtor Love It Was a Consoling Grope
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Love Calls Love Between a Man and a Woman Sacred, Man and Two Women, Better
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Love Tells Female Reporter to Mind Her Own Business
      • Herbert Love video on Westvids, Arrested Development's version of YouTube (Season 4)
    • Luchas De Muchachos
      • Title that George Sr. used when selling his Boyfights videos in the Latin American market. (Season 3)
    • Men with Low Self Esteem
      • The name of the video Lindsay and Tobias attempt to film as a response to the Girls with Low Self Esteem video series (Season 2)
    • Tricks Around the Office
      • G.O.B.'s magic video, in which he tapes himself doing tricks around the office. (Season 2)
    • Use Your Allusion
      • Tony Wonder's magic trick video. He originally wanted to call it Use Your Illusion, but he couldn't due to Guns N' Roses having the rights to the name. So he decided to use Use Your Illusion 2, but Guns N' Roses had the rights to that too. (Season 2)
  • Websites
    • The Bob Loblaw Law Blog
      • Bob Loblaw's law blog blah blah blah (Season 3)
    • Dadfights
      • Website with video of sons hitting their fathers (Season 5)
    • Deadline Hollywood
      • Website Maeby views online (Season 4)
    • Guesswhatdad
      • Website with videos of sons hitting their fathers (Season 5)
    • IMOSCAR.COM
      • The website that George Sr.'s twin brother Oscar creates to try to prove his real identity after being mistaken for George Sr. and put in prison (Season 3)
    • I'mNoScar.com
      • Website created by the Saddam Hussein look-alike that claims he's wrongfully imprisoned (Season 3)
    • Nearmisters.com
      • Website featuring videos of Near Miss Moments, like the one of Michael and George Michael sort of almost fighting in the hallway (Season 5)
    • Saveourbluths.org
      • The Bluth family's new charity organization's website (Season 3)
    • That'sWhatSon
      • Website with videos of fathers hitting their sons (Season 5)
    • TonyWonder.com
      • Website of magician Tony Wonder (Ben Stiller)
    • Westvids
      • Arrested Development version of YouTube, featuring videos of Congressional candidate - and Herman Cain spoof - Herbert Love (Season 4)
    • www.comasense.com
      • Website that allows you to make money in your comatose loved one's spare time - Lucille uses it when Buster pretends to be in a coma in order to avoid testifying at George Sr.'s trial (Season 3)
    • YourClipz.com
      • YouTube-syle website from multiple episodes, featuring George Michael's "Kid Practices His Fighting Moves" internet video and George Sr.'s promotional Babytock video (Season 4)
  • Wine
    • Grande Valley Wine
      • Lucille's boxed wine that Buster finds and drinks - his first taste of alcohol since he was nursing (Season 2)
  • Youth Camps
    • Camp Kiss-A-Me-Mommy
      • Buster's camp when he was younger (Season 4)
    • My Little Ballroom
      • Children's play place where Michael and G.O.B. get into a fight and crash right through the wall (Season 4)
    • The Promised Land
      • Ann's Christian camp (Season 2)
  • Youth Programs
    • Startled Straight (1)
      • One of two programs at The Church & State Fair, this one intended to scare gay young men into a heterosexual lifestyle (Season 3)
    • Startled Straight (2)
      • One of two programs at The Church & State Fair, this one intended to scare at-risk male youth away from criminal behavior. "Are you an… At Risk Male Youth?" (Season 3)
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