I have to physically restrain myself from filling this article with inside gags, but I think I will manage; doing otherwise might alienate a few readers, and that would be a huge mistake.
See what I did there?
If not, then I have some great news for you: Arrested Development has a whole new season to enjoy thanks to Netflix! Except, wait, if you didn’t get the joke, it means you haven’t seen the first three seasons…
Let me start over, since I may have just blown my wad on what was supposed to be a dry run, and now this whole article is a bit of a mess on my hands.
After a completely foreseeable cancellation that still caught everyone by surprise, A.D. is back for another fifteen episodes exclusive to the aforementioned streaming video service. The episodes went up yesterday, and I have already finished my initial viewing; after all, I have to give you good people a review by the end of the week. If you’re a fan of the show, you really shouldn’t be reading this anyway; you should be watching them. Go watch them.
If you aren’t a fan of the show, I have great news for you as well: The entire series was just re-released on DVD with new packaging and is currently [amazon_link id=”B00CE4L28E” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Amazon’s TV Deal of the Week at just $25.[/amazon_link]
Of course, you could just use a fake e-mail address to sign up for a one-month free trial of Netflix, which has all three original seasons as well as the new episodes… But you really expect the guy with the $25 deal to not tel you about it? C’mon!