Don't forget, this is on tonight! (with some cool guest stars)
"Altar Egos", Episode #117.
Michael has a one-night stand with an attorney who turns out to be assigned to his father's case; Gob gets married on a dare; an undercover Security and Exchange Commission agent falls for George Sr.
Cast: Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Henry Winkler, Jane Lynch, James Lipton, Amy Poehler, Michael Paul Chan, Steve Witting.
Producer(s): Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, David Nevins, Mitchell Hurwitz.
Original Airdate: March 17, 2004.
is this the one where he has a blind date with Julia Louis Dreyfus and for some reason Michael doesn't realize that she is actually blind? How bizarre. Hasn't his father already been convicted? Why would a district attorney be assigned to his case, unless there are additional charges pending. Interesting.
by the way, I LOVE Jason Bateman in this role. I never knew how funny he was before this show.
I know his dad is in jail, but I don't think they've had a trial yet.
And yes, Julia is in the previews, pouring coffee all over the floor, presumably cause she's blind. :)
This was another good episode. Can't wait to see next week...Julia not really blind. :lol
No, no, no, did I miss this episode? It was on WEDNESDAY??? :eek
Yeah, it was after the incredibly boring 1 hour AI results show. It's a wonder I managed to stay awake.
FX is having an Arrested Development marathon this weekend. Maybe it will re-air.
I'm so confused. Is she really blind or not? Cause they showed all those courtroom scenes..was she just pretending so that she could win cases?
And what's Tobias doing in her house? Isn't he still "researching" in jail with Mr. Bluth?
Just saw this show the other night - the one with Julia Louis Dreyfus in it. Interesting.
Is it just me, or does anyone else see this as being VERY similar in style and concept to the old show "Soap"?
Anyway - I'm intrigued. I was surprised by reading this thread that it had been around as long as it has, since the other night was literally the first time I had ever heard of it. Not that I know every show on TV - it's just surprising that I hadn't come across it while channel surfing or FORT surfing!
It's usually on Sunday nights...not sure why the Wednesday episode was on. It's hilarous, from the mind of Ron Howard.
I think there's a marathon on somewhere soon, maybe you could catch the earlier episodes.
Anyone catch last night's show? I thought it was a really good one. Tobias rolling around the floor like a cat burglar was priceless! :lol
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