It seems to me that any self-respecting psychiatrist wouldn't have taken quite so long to get to work on little Buster, but it seems the good Dr. Funke is quite as up on things as most, so it is only now that he gets around to "analraping" the youngest of the Bluth siblings. Standing up to Lucille is a good start; once he's tackled that he can work on functioning in any sort of social setting and not being mentally handicapped. Those might take a little longer.
It's nice to see that Michael can keep a girlfriend longer than one episode, particularly when that someone is as lovely as Charlize Theron. I see this relationship going somewhere wonderful, if his family doesn't overdose her on rufies first.
And kudos to whoever thought of having George Sr. communicate via surrogate, and a big hand for casting Bob Einstein in role. It is yet another instance of Arrested Development demonstrating its complete mastery of comic timing.
Bonus: the American-themed British restaurant? Genius.