He Who Makes Me Smile is about at Season 2.7 in the DVDs. I could watch this show on endless loop (not unlike Britney Spears My Only Wish This Year) and never get tired of it. Oh also, I listened to this song for the first time this season RIGHT NOW! Mwhwhahahahahahahaha.
Just saw this link on Derek’s feed.
In honor of the recent news that Arrested Development will be back (on some television-providing entity), Jon DeFreest has whipped up another Ben & Jerry’s flavor, this one in honor of the Bluths’ — and the Blue Man Group’s — most double entendre–inclined member, Tobias Fünke.
Although I do think Hot Ham Water and Banana and Graham Crackers and Cornballers could be good flavors as well.
GUESS I’LL BE PLANNING ANOTHER ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT PARTY!
A tribute to GOB.
Oh the many possibilities! Arrested Development paper dolls. Love them!
This better not be a tease.
Movie? No movie? MOVIE?
Luckily for “Arrested” buffs, 2010 has yielded a few promising updates about the project. Creator Mitch Hurwitz is working on a script, Michael Cera has offered some ideas and Will Arnett said cameras may even start rolling by the end of the year.
Watching Arrested Development makes me happy.
It’s the Final COUNTDOWN!
“For once and for all, the Arrested Development movie is happening!” Will Arnett tells us today.
According to inside sources close to the deal, all of the main Arrested cast members have signed on to the movie except Cera, aka George-Michael Bluth.
Hurwitz spills that the movie will most likely jump ahead.
“We’re going to pick up five years later, and family dynamics change, but they also kind of stay the same. So hopefully we’ll just explore where they are now.”
Thank you Eden for the link!
Yes. My mood is somewhat proportional to the painting of the Orange Room (as mentioned in one of my posts somewhere last night!) But not because of the COLOR. (Although wow, maybe I was thinking Orange for a reason after all?)
But because the one simple routine Mark and I love the most has been broken all week!!
No matter where we go…or what we have to do later in the evening, I’d say over 90% of the time when we get home from work we sit together and watch a rerun of Arrested Development together. It’s just what we do. And in all honesty, it’s one of the very few things we do that is consistent. Other than wake up and drive home listening to NPR every morning/afternoon.
Arrested Development makes us laugh!
Arrested Development helps us to decompress!
Arrested Development is *our* show the one that Mark and I bonded over a few years back when we realized after watching all the episodes from Season 1 and Season 2 together that we were super comfy cozy nesting…and in a serious relationship! Gulp!
Arrested Development is one of the first parties that I hosted that Marky got to hang out with me and my peeps (and scare the hell out of my brother when he gave him a very long hug) and be silly and fun and a scarily accurate Tobias. Mark started signing off on emails with just -T for Tobias after that.
“O-kay, who’d like a banger in the mouth?”
AAAAAAAAUUUUUgh!!! My mood is broken because our routine is broken!!!
Ding Ding Ding!
Thank you Arrested Development for hugging me. I will make sure to return the TV to the proper place in the newly orange room so I can plug in the cable and watch thee at 5:30. In fact, when Mark gets home tonight? I may even pop in the DVD’s.
Ya know, the page was created today and has over 2,000 fans already. Hmmm.
Does this mean the movie is one step closer? A facebook fan page and look a POSTER? (By the way this poster would look fantastic in the newly painted orange room.)
Interview with Jason Bateman from June 21st…
A big-screen version of Arrested Development is planned for next year. “When it was on TV, if you missed one word the whole third act could be blown for you. And TV is a different experience. You come home and you’ve got to finish a call so you miss the first ten minutes or you get snacky and you go to the fridge and you miss another two minutes, so it’s a different experience to film.”
Or as Best Week Ever blog calls it…
Fox’s new series orders went to… the Jason Bateman-directed comedy “The Inn,” along with Mitchell Hurwitz’s animated comedy “Sit Down, Shut Up.” The pickups stage a big “Arrested Development” reunion at Fox for creator Hurwitz and star Bateman, who also voices “Sit Down” with “Arrested Development” alums Will Arnett and Henry Winkler.
So what’s this “Sit Down, Shut Up” show about? Oh the characters from Arrested Development as teachers in a high school
Not ruling it out yet, but geez. Just keep the good stuff on TV a little longer next time and you won’t have to jump through all these hoops to recreate the MAGIC that was, Arrested Development.
What about bringing on board Bob Loblaw?
I bet Scott Baio is looking for something to do other than Scott Baio is 37 and looking for employment to pay his divorce lawyer and alimony checks…just a hunch.