Bob Loblaw

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Making A Stand - Synopsis
... midst of trying to attract her divorce attorney, Bob Loblaw, but he is still proving reticent ... Over at the attorney's office, Bob Loblaw introduces a young inexperienced attorney to Lindsay to act as her new representative, and as they enter a ... At the arbitration between Tobias and Lindsay, Bob Loblaw is using his knowledge of Lindsay's flirtation with him as evidence in trying to win the case for a very grateful ...
List Of Arrested Development Characters
... Bob Loblaw (Scott Baio) is the new family attorney, replacing Barry Zuckerkorn ... Bob Loblaw first appears in the third episode of Season 3, claiming this isn't the first time he's been brought in to replace Barry, and that he can do anything Barry can do ... Contrasting Zuckerkorn's incompetence, Loblaw is a no-nonsense attorney who is always in the company of his stenographer, and frequently overbills ...
Making A Stand - Episode Notes - Callbacks/running Jokes
... Bob Loblaw also uses the same reprimand when Tobias uses the phrase later in the episode ... Tobias refers to Bob Loblaw as the "best-looking lawyer" ... As an expression of gratitude, Tobias offers to accompany Bob Loblaw to a shvitz, the Yiddish term for a steam bath ...
Notapusy - Synopsis
... She has recently taken a job with the Bluth's lawyer, Bob Loblaw, as his nanny, hoping he will give her a free divorce and then marry her ... However, it seems that Bob's devotion to his daughter Hope is getting in the way of her plans ... Michael suggests that in order to win over Bob, Lindsay should find something she's good at, and share it with Hope ...

Famous quotes containing the word bob:

    It was because of me. Rumors reached Inman that I had made a deal with Bob Dole whereby Dole would fill a paper sack full of doggie poo, set it on fire, put it on Inman’s porch, ring the doorbell, and then we would hide in the bushes and giggle when Inman came to stamp out the fire. I am not proud of this. But this is what we do in journalism.
    Roger Simon, U.S. syndicated columnist. Quoted in Newsweek, p. 15 (January 31, 1990)