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[Comments] (6) For British Eyes Only: Watched the first half of "Arrested Development: Season 3" brought to me via Netflix this weekend. I can't stop laughing thinking about the following humorous aspects:

1. Anything & Everything to do with Mrs. Featherbottom. I really should re-watch those scenes with the subtitles to see what Tobias is actually singing.

2. Is it just me, or is the narrator getting increasingly witty with his remarks? All his corrections/contradictions were hilarious.

3. The whole Steve Holt/Gob extravaganza. I didn't realize it is spelled Gob because it stands for George Oscar Bluth.

4. Maebe's job as a screen writer. "Marry me!"

5. George Senior's surrogate father.

6. Wee Britain. I especially love the US-style restaurants there, with their huge servings of extra-fattening foods. And, of course, Mary Poppins.

7. I loved the episode with the train set and the jet pack, where Tobias dressed up like a mole and attacked the city in front of the Japanese investors.

8. Motherboy.

9. Anything to do with George Michael. Poor George Michael.

10. The various chicken dances performed by Gob, Lindsey, Lucielle (not to be confused with Lucielle 2) and George Senior.

That just cracks me up!


Posted by Susie at Mon Nov 06 2006 17:08

hehe... the other day John and I were lying in bed quoting random bits of the show and laughing at ourselves.

Posted by Alyson at Mon Nov 06 2006 21:14

We are mid-Season two of Arrested Development. What a riot. I think George Michael is my favorite character. Or maybe Tobias. No, I think Buster. Oh, they are all my favorites.

Did you know Ron Howard narrates the show?

Posted by Rachel at Mon Nov 06 2006 22:47

I love it!

Posted by Kristen at Tue Nov 07 2006 07:14

As do I!

Posted by Kristen at Tue Nov 07 2006 07:15

I thought Buster was the funniest the third season. Gob was pretty funny the first two. Him and his scooter.

Posted by Sumana at Tue Nov 07 2006 07:41

Illusions, Dad! You don't have time for my illusions!

The one about the burning of the banana stand, first season, had an ending that was physically painful for me to watch. Oh man, the waste.

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