Jason Bateman is the only member of the cast to have appeared in all of the episodes.
26. “Orange is the New Black.”
I love ‘90s hip-hop. I watch YouTube videos like my computer was a time-machine. And I reference them all the time.
2. ‘Veep’ helped Tony Hale finally get that long overdue award that the Emmys owed him after ‘Arrested Development.’ Buster Bluth isn’t a Milford Man anymore.
Did you know that, based on the word’s original definition, the satirical newspaper “The Onion” is a “travesty?”
Created by Joss Whedon and starring Nathan Fillion. Need I say more?
The triumph of Netflix means you can stop listening to silicon valley hippies and anti-copyright advocates.
Audiences need to let go of their inhibitions and ease themselves back into the world of the Bluths.
In fact, the suffering of the characters on “Arrested Development” is a kind of mirror of the suffering we ourselves seek after.
To really understand why and how Freud is at the center of the show you have to look past the obvious plot points with Buster and his mom.