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  • In the first episode the Chief introduces Michael to DOB saying: This is Michael, the "issue" I was telling you about. Issue also means "offspring." They had the setup the idea of Mike being the Chief's son from the very first episode.
  • In "Cooking for Six (Of The Deadliest People in the World)", Michael says he's "been eating a lot of butter." Later in the episode, all of the Chiefs are shown eating butter and greatly enjoying it. If an extreme love of butter is a normal trait in a Chief, it makes sense that Michael - being the Chief's son - would share it. - JJBF
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