1. wittels:

    hot hamm water

    (via sleepingsand)

  2. Well excUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUu se me

    (Source: yggdrasilly, via afternoonsnoozebutton)

  3. The devil takes his revenge on Ann.

    Another brilliant deleted scene. 

    (Source: creamsicles-r-delicious)

  4. dannnnnniel:

    Tobias swallows

  5. Who needs a relationship when you can have Arrested Development?
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    Who needs a relationship when you can have Arrested Development?

    (Source: wherewerethespiders)

  6. creamsicles-r-delicious:

    Michael decides it’s time to get to know Ann better, but then thinks better of it.

    This is a deleted scene that should have definitely been included in the episode.

  7. ifc:

Happy 4th! Go red, white and blue yourself.

    ifc:

    Happy 4th! Go red, white and blue yourself.

  8. One of my favorite scenes.

    (Source: shygirl364)

  9. collegehumor:

We all know who’s going to win this contest. Vote now for ”Cancelled TV Shows That You Would Most Like To Bring Back”

I don’t even need to tell you who you have to vote for. Just go ahead and do it. 
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    collegehumor:

    We all know who’s going to win this contest. Vote now for ”Cancelled TV Shows That You Would Most Like To Bring Back

    I don’t even need to tell you who you have to vote for. Just go ahead and do it. 

  10. theavc:


It’s worth noting how important Arrested Development was to its left-leaning fans. The years 2003 to 2006 were a dark time for the people in the minority party, as the country seemed to drift further away, with very little pushback from the media or the public at large… Arrested Development and The Daily Show were among the few television programs at that time that seemed to be saying, “It’s not just you. The world’s gone crazy.” And just hearing that point of view expressed on a regular basis made everything seem a little less insane.

There are also some great bland-Ann jokes in these episodes.
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    theavc:

    It’s worth noting how important Arrested Development was to its left-leaning fans. The years 2003 to 2006 were a dark time for the people in the minority party, as the country seemed to drift further away, with very little pushback from the media or the public at large… Arrested Development and The Daily Show were among the few television programs at that time that seemed to be saying, “It’s not just you. The world’s gone crazy.” And just hearing that point of view expressed on a regular basis made everything seem a little less insane.

    There are also some great bland-Ann jokes in these episodes.