1. rowenahill:

There’s a fan art competition currently going on for the Arrested Development season 4 DVD. Unfortunately I can’t enter as it’s US only, but it inspired me to do something anyway in celebration of one of the best shows ever!
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    rowenahill:

    There’s a fan art competition currently going on for the Arrested Development season 4 DVD. Unfortunately I can’t enter as it’s US only, but it inspired me to do something anyway in celebration of one of the best shows ever!

  2. alphabitches:

    finding money in ur pocket like

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  3. picklesandwine:

    nailed it

  4. Scrubs vs. Arrested Development

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  5. lucyknisley:

Dead dove do not eat.

    lucyknisley:

    Dead dove do not eat.

  6. theworldisflatcomics:

    Animated entry for the “You’re Gonna Get Some Walk-ons” contest for the fourth season of Arrested Development. I did all the voices, so it’s best watched on mute.

    It’s an animated episode of the Mr. Bananagrabber cartoon. The first scene is a recreation of the animation that appeared in the show. It’s laced with AD references, so try and find them all!

    If you’re not a fan of the show, I suggest watching it [the show] because then the video will make at least SOME sense.

    Started: Oct. 4, 2012
    Finished: Oct. 16, 2012

    So awesome! 

  7. stupidfuckingquestions:

    Will Arnett improvising as Gob Bluth on Inside the Actor’s Studio

    This was perfection.

  8. 'Arrested Development' Creator Says Sorry

    (Source: huffposttv)

  9. rollingstone:

There is “no question” that Arrested Development has a future on Netflix, according to a company executive who said it’s just a matter of working out the logistics. Ted Sarandos, chief content officer for Netflix, said there will either be more episodes of the quirky comedy or a movie.
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    rollingstone:

    There is “no question” that Arrested Development has a future on Netflix, according to a company executive who said it’s just a matter of working out the logistics. Ted Sarandos, chief content officer for Netflix, said there will either be more episodes of the quirky comedy or a movie.