Mitch Hurwitz explains some scenes were shot over the course of months.
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Can you find Tobias in a sea of blue? Do so and win something!
From jumping the shark to "Mr. Roboto."
So many Tobias tchotchkes.
Fifty questions to test whether you're ready for the new episodes. What are you, chicken?
Let us help you work through your Arrested Development feels.
"You gotta watch them in order," says Mitch Hurwitz. "Turns out I was not successful in creating a form where the setup follows the punch line."
"Sponsored by Man Go! juice. It's like having a Mango in your mouth."
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Only fourteen more days, only fourteen more days, only fourteen more days ...
Buster is still hitting the juice boxes.
The show was too weird and self-referential to really succeed on network TV, especially in 2003. But times have changed, and now so has television.
"Picture three grown men hopping around, working out what it would be … "
Actor Justin Lee remembers making the most of one line.
Which is double the norm.
Magicians just can't catch a break.
He joins Arrested newbies Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, and John Slattery.
A month-early glimpse at how the Bluths are looking these days.
Don Draper and Michael Bluth always did look alike!
"Once I heard Jessica Walter’s abusive, demeaning voice, it just all clicked in."
Buster Bluth Sings the Blues, Lucille on the Rocks.
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Don't care how, we want it now.
And a tiny bit about Arrested Development.