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Throughout the series, many characters attempt to teach others lessons. The most common is how George Bluth uses a former Bluth employee (and one-armed man) J. Walter Weatherman to teach his children valuable life lessons.
J. Walter Weatherman: And that’s why you always leave a note.From "Pier Pressure"
J. Walter Weatherman: That’s why you don’t yell.From "Pier Pressure"
J. Walter Weatherman: And that’s why you don’t teach lessons to your son.From "Pier Pressure"
Lucille: Michael, a mother doesn’t have a child to give herself company. Annyong was to teach Buster a lesson.
Michael: And where is that little lesson?
Lucille: I sent him to the Milford Academy to teach him a lesson. I can’t remember about what. And Buster left this morning to finish his Army training.From "Afternoon Delight"
J. Walter Weatherman: Sorry, no refunds. And that’s why you don’t take your foot out of its wrapper.From "Making a Stand"
J. Walter Weatherman: And that’s why you don’t teach your father a lesson.From "Making a Stand"
Michael: And that’s why you don’t pit G.O.B. and me against each other.From "Making a Stand"
Buster: And that’s why you don’t use a one-armed person to scare someone.From "Making a Stand"