“There's been lots of suggestions for 'Call Me Maybe' jokes, but I don't think they'll make it in there." – Alia Shawkat on the one joke we shouldn't expect in the forth season of Arrested Development. Too bad we all wasted our time making the videos and buying this t-shirt.
Her? Mae* Whitman, the actress that played Ann Hog on Arrested Development, told Hollywood.com that she will 100% be in the fourth season.
"I definitely, definitely wouldn't ever let this chance go by without being a part of it. I told Mitch [Hurwitz] that I would stand outside the sound stage until he would let me just walk through the background or something… I would say yes, you can definitely expect to find a little bit of Ann hiding in the background somewhere, at least."
Plant would be really good at hiding in the background.
*It's interesting that her name is the same as the character that George Michael really loved. [...]
First Mr. Henry Winkler tweeted, " I AM SUPPOSED TO BE MEMORIZING an ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT scene with MAYBE for today …dont tell anyone i was here OK?????" (We won't tell any— Oh, ooops.) Then he tweeted this photo with the caption, " Oh my goodness … What a Development !!!!!!!" First, great joke, Winks. Second, we agree, that is quite the development. Two lawyers, now I've seen everything. Well, we don't know for sure Barry Zuckerkorn will be back as a lawyer or a prostitute or a third profession somehow even more disgusting and depraved as the gross job of being a…lawyer. (Lawyer jokes!)
Welcome to our seemingly daily dose of exciting Arrested Development developments. Today, a spokesperson for Netflix stated that they intend on putting the fourth season up in the spring. Assuming they are basing this on the Northern Hemisphere, we'll need to keep our calendars clear from March 20 to June 20. Netflix also somewhat confirmed David Cross's comments from earlier this week that there could be more than 10 episodes. According to them, it's up to Mitch. If he has more content, they aren't going to kick it out of bed. (Netflix employees watch Netflix in bed.) Sounds great. I'm satisfied. See you tomorrow, Arrested Development development [...]
The man that started it all with the line, "But maybe a movie," will again make a physical appearance on Arrested Development. Howard told CNN:
"I’m also told that I’m going to have to make an appearance as I did in the last episode of Arrested Development - I’m showing up again at some point. So, I’m going to have to film that soon which will be kind of fun. Usually I’m a little too busy, but, with Mitch and Arrested Development, it’s irresistible."
Damn right, you aren't too busy for Mitch. Assuming Ron is again playing Ron, this is an intriguing revelation. Is the fourth Arrested Development [...]