History Series / ArrestedDevelopment

21st Jun '16 6:29:42 PM CassandraLeo
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** [[invoked]] [[WordOfGod Mitch Hurwitz]] has stated that the "George Sr. turning into a woman" plot-line that Season 4 hinted at has been discontinued in Season 5, as he felt it was too close to Creator/JeffreyTambor's role in ''Series/{{Transparent}}''. Ironically, that role was specifically written for Tambor.

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** [[invoked]] [[WordOfGod Mitch Hurwitz]] has stated that the "George Sr. turning into a woman" plot-line that Season 4 hinted at has been discontinued in Season 5, as he felt it was too close to Creator/JeffreyTambor's role in ''Series/{{Transparent}}''. Ironically, that role was specifically written for Tambor.Tambor, making it possible that that the entire show was partially inspired by his performance in ''Arrested Development'' (and thus by an arc that it ultimately caused to be dropped).
21st Jun '16 6:27:30 PM CassandraLeo
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** [[invoked]] [[WordOfGod Mitch Hurwitz]] has stated that the "George Sr. turning into a woman" plot-line that Season 4 hinted at has been discontinued in Season 5, as he felt it was too close to Creator/JeffreyTambor's role in ''Series/{{Transparent}}''.

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** [[invoked]] [[WordOfGod Mitch Hurwitz]] has stated that the "George Sr. turning into a woman" plot-line that Season 4 hinted at has been discontinued in Season 5, as he felt it was too close to Creator/JeffreyTambor's role in ''Series/{{Transparent}}''. Ironically, that role was specifically written for Tambor.
21st Jun '16 6:11:53 PM CassandraLeo
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The show [[TheWikiRule has a Wiki]] [[http://arresteddevelopment.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page on Wikia]] and comprehensive coverage on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrested_Development Wikipedia itself]]. There is a [[Recap/ArrestedDevelopment Recap page]] listing the show's episodes and the tropes used in each of them (still in [[TitleDrop development]]). You can also vote [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/ArrestedDevelopment here]] for the best episode.

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The show [[TheWikiRule has a Wiki]] [[http://arresteddevelopment.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page on Wikia]] and comprehensive coverage on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrested_Development Wikipedia itself]]. The now-defunct fan site [[http://web.archive.org/web/20130121170947/http://the-op.com// Balboa Observer-Picayune]], archived on the Internet Archive, also has thorough coverage of the show's first three seasons. There is a [[Recap/ArrestedDevelopment Recap page]] listing the show's episodes and the tropes used in each of them (still in [[TitleDrop development]]). You can also vote [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/ArrestedDevelopment here]] for the best episode.
3rd May '16 4:21:18 AM radams
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** In a flashback, a young Barry Zuckercorn is played by Max Winkler, Henry Winkler's son.


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** In "In God We Trust", Barry Zuckercorn goes to comb his hair in the mirror, then holds his comb to the side in Fonzie's famous pose from the ''Happy Days'' intro.
3rd May '16 4:06:30 AM radams
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* PokemonSpeak: "STEVE HOLT!"
3rd May '16 4:04:01 AM radams
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** Steve Holt: *arms raised* "STEVE HOLT!"

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** Steve Holt: *arms raised* [[PokemonSpeak "STEVE HOLT!"HOLT!"]]
10th Apr '16 3:57:06 AM gurnard
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** George Sr. claims, when shown a photograph of him shaking hands with Saddam Hussein, that he just thought he was meeting the guy who played the Soup Nazi. Guess who shows up a full season later playing a Saddam Hussein lookalike?
9th Apr '16 7:29:08 PM agking
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In 'The One Where They Build a House', Gob admires Michael's quip about his "business model".
--->'''Michael:''' Also, I'm not sure how "Solid as ''a Rock''" helps people forget the fact that we built houses in ''Iraq''\\
'''Gob:''' I love that.


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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In "The One Where They Build a House", Gob admires Michael's quip about his "business model".
--->'''Michael:''' Also, I'm not sure how "Solid as ''a Rock''" helps people forget the fact that we built houses in ''Iraq''\\
'''Gob:''' I love that.
9th Apr '16 3:58:29 PM agking
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: In 'The One Where They Build a House', Gob admires Michael's quip about his "business model".
--->'''Michael:''' Also, I'm not sure how "Solid as ''a Rock''" helps people forget the fact that we built houses in ''Iraq''\\
'''Gob:''' I love that.
7th Apr '16 12:34:01 PM SIADmander
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The show was [[{{Uncancelled}} brought back]] for a fourth season on May 26, 2013, exclusive to Creator/{{Netflix}}. It uses [[ADayInTheLimelight character-focussed episodes]] and AnachronicOrder to bring the viewers up to speed on the missing five years of the family's lives. '''Mark spoilers for Season 4.''' The show has been renewed for a fifth season, and, according to Brian Grazer, is scheduled to go into production in early 2016, with the seventeen episodes being released later that year.

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The show was [[{{Uncancelled}} brought back]] for a fourth season on May 26, 2013, exclusive to Creator/{{Netflix}}. It uses [[ADayInTheLimelight character-focussed character-focused episodes]] and AnachronicOrder to bring the viewers up to speed on the missing five years of the family's lives. '''Mark spoilers for Season 4.''' The show has been renewed for a fifth season, and, according to Brian Grazer, is scheduled to go into production in early 2016, with the seventeen episodes being released later that year.
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