I got this shirt. I suggest you do the same, www.snorgtees.com/bob-loblaw-s-law-blog Bob specializes in white-collar crime and markets his services to wealthier clients such as business executives. He advertises his services with the slogan “You don`t need doublespeak; you need Bob Loblaw.” As it proves, his name is supposed to sound like “blah-blah-blah”. Underneath his ad is the phrase “Bob Loblaw No Habla Espanol.” In addition to the twisted appearance of the character`s name, Bob appears in newspaper articles titled “Bob Loblaw Lobs Law Bomb” (“S.O.B.S.”) and is known for writing on the “Bob Loblaw Law Blog.” (“Take a stand”) Bob Loblaw is a sober lawyer who is always accompanied by his secretary stenographer, who records all his meetings. It can be assumed that he is single, as he finally accepts Lindsay`s advances, but he has a daughter named Hope Loblaw. (“Notapusy”) My favorite invisible moment was probably when he called his daughter Hope Loblaw! As the last act of depression, Lindsay asks Bob, “Why aren`t you going to beep me?!” Bob agrees to see her if she finds another lawyer. Bob puts them together with his paralegal and begins to represent Tobias in divorce deals. Bob uses his knowledge of Lindsay`s flirtations with him against her in divorce hearings. (“Take a stand”) In the end, Lindsay and Tobias do not divorce and agree to pretend for the sake of the family. (“Fakin` It”) When the Bluth family hired Bob Loblaw to replace Barry Zuckerkorn, Loblaw claimed that this wasn`t the first time he had to replace Barry, and that he could do anything Barry could do except be younger (a nod to Baio`s experience of replacing Henry Winkler in the Happy Days series). (“Forget Me Now”) Bob meets the Bluth family at Model Home to support the transition of the recently fired Barry Zuckerkorn. He hired Larry Middleman to replace George Bluth. Bob tried to get to the bottom of an alleged British union that George claimed to have set up, and he urged the Bluths not to shred the evidence that G.O.B.
supposed meant “shredding the evidence.” Lindsay then approached him and flirted with him, but Bob assumed that she had asked him to represent her in his divorce from Tobias. Their confusion continues later when Bob`s stenographer records Lindsay`s explicit phone call with Bob. (“Forget Me Now”) Bob meets the Buth family in the Bluth Company offices and discusses how someone named “Mr. F” pointed out to the Bluth Company`s Japanese investors that the second phase of the Sudden Valley subdivision has not yet begun. Michael later calls her to have Rita deported. (“Mr. F”) Bob Loblaw is the second defender of the Bluth family Actor: Scott Baio – First appearance: “Forget-Me-Now” – Last appearance: “The B. Team” Gob jokes that Tony is “as heterosexual as Bob Loblaw at a high school prom.” Tony doesn`t have the reference, so Gob explains, “He`s a lawyer we had to hire for a year, and I think he loves his youth.” Two women said Scott Baio, who plays Loblaw, harassed them when they were teenagers.
(“Premature independence”) Lindsay, who now acts as Bob Loblaw`s nanny to get him noticed, decides to help Bob`s daughter, Hope Loblaw, win the Miss Inner Beauty pageant at the Church and State Fair to get her good graces. Bob advises Lucille to ask Buster to recruit someone to enroll in the military in the “one in, one out” program so that he can be released from his obligation. He also convinces George to speak out on the military`s “Startled Straight” program to prevent vulnerable young men from making poor life choices and ending up in prison. Bob then participates in the procession and applauds when his daughter wins second place. (“Notapusy”) Bob Loblaw (played by Scott Baio) is the new lawyer for the Bluth family and replaces Barry Zuckerkorn. He appeared in four episodes of the third season and one episode of the fourth season. My favorite moment of Bob Loblaw must be when he himself refers to a date with Lindsay: “Mr. Blah bla blah” If he dropped it on his website, it would be “Bob Loblaw`s Law Blog Lobs Law Bomb”. Bob appears in a newspaper and throws a Bluth family law bombshell. Lindsay and Tobias used the family`s $100,000 with Bob during their divorce hearings, and Bob refused to serve as more of a lawyer.
(“S.O.B.S”) When Barry Zuckerkorn is accused of sneaking into a high school locker room, he is represented by Bob Loblaw, who drops a legal bombshell on the jury. (“Team B.”).