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The A-Z of Arrested Development

Not up on the returning show? Come on! Tom Ellen enlists members of the Bluth family to compile an alphabetised guide to the smartest sitcom ever.

This Sunday, Arrested Development returns to our screens after a six-year absence. If you’ve seen the show – which charts the trials and tribulations of the rich, dysfunctional Bluth family – you’ll know why this is such momentous news. If you haven’t, to paraphrase hapless magician Gob, you’ve made a huge mistake.

To celebrate its resurrection on Netflix, ShortList sat down with Bluth family members David Cross (walking double-entendre factory Tobias), Tony Hale (Freudian nightmare Buster) and Jeffrey Tambor (oft-imprisoned paterfamilias George Sr) to break down the show’s history (and future), from A to Z…

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