Curtains up on the Bluth family’s dusty plateau that overlooks tens of deserted acres of land. George Sr., the Bluth family patriarch, is a secretary-seducing money launderer who’s dabbled in commercial corn-balling and light treason, doing his best to stay in charge from behind the bars of a prison his Bluth company once built. As his family of freaks and never-nudes undermine one another and struggle to make a quick buck without Pop-Pop to provide, they do their darndest to redefine themselves, survive and come out on top.
The most paradigmatic Bluth power play takes the form of commanding and unswerving passes at The Chicken. Each dancer, her own [...]