six seasons and a movie
The Final Countdown plays in his head then, and he suddenly knows that there are only two options.
Either A) Tony wrote this note counting down to the trick today when he was unceremoniously squished and crushed and Gob can’t think about that or B) Tony wrote this note counting down to his return.
One option means that there’s a finite amount of Tony left in the world. One option means that Tony’s still here, that he’s somewhere, and he just needs to be found.
Gob knows that feeling. And he doesn’t know when he started feeling this way, like maybe he could help someone (Tony Tony Tony) be found when he’s barely been able to find himself these past thirty odd years, but it’s an option now in a way that it never was before.
- Part 1 of six seasons and a movie
“There’s a discrepancy in the books that I was hoping you might clear up,” Adhir says as he walks from the doorway to the side of Gob’s desk. “We seem to have A. Bluth on our payroll, and I’m hoping you could enlighten me as to how that occurred.”
Gob starts looking at loose strings, because he definitely doesn't miss his family, nope, not at all. He's not bored, or dependent on their dysfunction, not at all.
He just wants to solve a few mysteries to fight existential dread. That's perfectly normal.
- Part 2 of six seasons and a movie