"Lavish lush and Bluth family matriarch, Lucille, does her best to shimmy the wool over her audience’s eyes, masquerading the realm of high class in Chanel suits with vodka rocks for breakfast. She step-ball-changes in and out of the company headquarters, but when it comes time to exercise her power as a board member, Lucille steps on her son’s balls and his changes with her own interpretation of The Chicken. Chasseing into the room and perched in eleve at the head of the conference table, Lucille calls Michael’s potential business partner Cal Cullen a chicken due to his fear of winding up on Scandalmakers. With a brain soaked in booze, Lucille cocks her chin, holds her arms in second allongé and waves them up and down as though they were wings, teasing: “A-coodle-doodle-do! A-coodle-doodle-do! A-coodle-doodle-do!” The seductress may have tap danced “Downtown” with a shim sham shimmy to relieve Buster from the frontlines, but The Chicken does not take two to tango. Lucille’s fluid arm movements juxtapose her unwavering stance, showing that although she may be a pickled loosey-goosey, she ain’t no chicken."