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Arrested Development 4 Seasons 2005

Season 2
4.9 out of 5 stars (967) IMDb 9/10

Michael Bluth, once again determined to be free of his dysfunctional family, packs up the car and his son George-Michael and heads for Arizona. But he's soon pulled over by the police who tell him that his father, George Sr., has broken out of prison.

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Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi

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1. The One Where Michael Leaves

After learning that his father had dealings with Saddam Hussein, Michael quits the company and heads for Phoenix even as his father breaks out of prison and heads for Mexico.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 7, 2004
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2. The One Where They Build A House

As Lucille begins an affair with George Sr.'s twin brother, Oscar, the Mexican police arrest George Sr. after they mistake him for Oscar, who's wanted on marijuana charges.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 14, 2004
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3. Amigos!

When George Sr.'s car is found in Mexico, Michael decides to go search for his father, and Buster hides in the car trunk so he can escape the country and the Army.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 21, 2004
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4. Good Grief

After hearing that his grandfather has died in Mexico, a distraught George-Michael goes off to be alone, only to discover his grandfather hiding out in a hole at the model home construction site.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 5, 2004
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5. Sad Sack

While the government wants to cut a deal with Michael over the whereabouts of his father, George Sr. wants Michael to find out if Lucille is really in love with Oscar.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 12, 2004
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6. Afternoon Delight

At the Bluth Company Christmas party, Gob gets upset and fires all the employees, forcing Michael to invite them all to a second party at the banana stand so he can rehire them.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: December 19, 2004
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7. Switch Hitter

Michael is convinced the company team will win an upcoming softball game against a business rival, even though the rival company just hired the Bluth Company's best player--Gob.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 16, 2005
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8. Queen For A Day

When the company's stock is unfrozen, the family's desire to buy themselves expensive gifts ends with them losing majority control of the company to Lucille 2.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 23, 2005
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9. Burning Love

As George Sr. continues to hide out in the upstairs attic, the family prepares for an upcoming charity auction, and George-Michael gets ready to go to a Christian music bonfire.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: January 30, 2005
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10. Ready, Aim, Marry Me!

A free romantic getaway turns to disaster when Michael sets Lindsay up on the date, unaware that Tobias, Lucille 2 and Stan Sitwell will also be at the same hotel at the same time.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: February 13, 2005
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11. Out On A Limb

Michael is determined to find out if he is the father of Maggie's baby after he learns that she is 8½ months pregnant and that's exactly how long it's been since they last saw each other.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 6, 2005
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12. Hand To God

As Maeby passes herself off as a studio executive overseeing production on The Old Man and the Sea, Buster ends up with a hook after a seal wearing a bow tie bites off his left hand.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 6, 2005
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13. Motherboy XXX

Michael tries to track down the seal that bit off Buster's hand, and also tries to save his son after his mother takes George-Michael to the Motherboy dinner dance.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 13, 2005
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14. Immaculate Election

While George Sr. decides to become a Christian, Michael tries to help George-Michael with his campaign for student body president by having Gob produce his campaign video.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 20, 2005
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15. Meat The Veals

Michael decides that the best way to stop George-Michael from getting pre-engaged to his girlfriend is to have the girlfriend's parents meet the Bluth family.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 3, 2005
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16. Spring Breakout

While Michael schemes to get his mother into an alcohol rehab center, Kitty schemes to get a Bluth son of her own by kidnapping George Sr. and demanding some of his sperm.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 10, 2005
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17. Sword Of Destiny

George Sr.'s plan to reestablish contact with his employees at the company backfires when an angry employee turns the tape over to the FBI, who in turn believes the tape was made in Iraq.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: March 27, 2005
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18. The Righteous Brothers

A mix-up leads to Michael's arrest while a trick George Sr. plays on Oscar ends up with George Sr. once again free--and Oscar mistakenly taken into custody.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: April 17, 2005
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By K. Smith on July 25, 2005
Format: DVD
Normally I hate it when people (including myself) write reviews for DVDs that haven't even come out yet. But I'm so excited for the 2nd season of Arrested Development to come out on DVD that I'm going to write one anyway! (Don't worry, I'll come back and update the review once I actually get the DVD.)

This is, in my opinion, the funniest show on television. My favorite thing about this show is how it is a "comedy for smart people." If you like dumb and "easy" humor, then there is probably still some stuff in here that you'll enjoy... BUT if you like clever/witty humor, you'll LOVE this show. The more you watch it, the more jokes you'll understand and the more funny the jokes will be. There are even jokes foreshadowing other jokes several episodes down the road (e.g. Buster's "I never thought I'd miss a hand so much" when looking at his old hand chair in "Amigos"). There's no way you could ever catch everything on your first viewing, and that's why the DVDs are so great.

While the 1st season is incredible, I'd have to say that the 2nd season might be even better. The jokes just keep building (so it's even funnier if you've seen the 1st season). The running storyline of Tobias as an "on call" understudy of the blue man group is great... even at the end of the season (well after that story has ended) you can still see blue smudges on everything in the house. The whole thing about Buster losing his hand is hilarious and contributes greatly to my favorite episode of the season, "Motherboy XXX" (which has one of the funniest endings I've ever seen). I could go on and on: the Veals, Gene Parmesan, Mrs. Featherbottom, GOB's wife, Maeby's job, "Scandalmakers"... it just never stops!
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After a debut season that saw ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT win the Emmy for Best Comedy and just generally demonstrate that it was the most original new American comedy series in years, the show continued with a brilliant second season, more awards and critical acclaim, but still astonishingly few viewers. Fans of the show wonder why everyone isn't watching it. It has one of the most brilliant ensemble casts in memory, vastly higher production values of virtually all other American comedies (most are filmed before live audiences and minimal sets, which means few camera set ups, relatively inexpensive sets, and all around lowered costs), and brilliant writing that is genuinely funny. I don't ever remember laughing at an episode of FRIENDS or EVERYBODY LOVE RAYMOND or countless other American sit coms that elicit smiles at most. ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT is one of the few truly funny shows American TV has produced. Typically, as I write this review the show has had only 13 episodes ordered for the 2005-2006 season and although it has not been officially cancelled, no one imagines that it will be back on FOX for the 2006-2007 season. The hopes of fans of the show have been bolstered of late, however, by the fact that both ABC and Showtime are interested in picking up the show. While there is "many a slip between the cup and the lip," this interest in a rational world seems not merely good news but inevitable. What network wouldn't want to pick up the best comedy on TV? On various boards fans are already lusting at a scenario whereby ABC pick up LOST and puts it on immediately before LOST, thereby creating the finest hour and a half of television of the week.

If the show is not back next year, at least we have these brilliant DVDs.
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"Arrested Development" is probably the best new series of the last few years. The show, along with other Laugh-Track Free shows like "Scrubs" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm", reinvented the sitcom world after many believed the death of "Seinfeld" meant the death of sitcoms.

In it's second year, the show doesn't disappoint, and IMHO it gets better. I found myself caring for characters I didn't really was fond of in the first season, like Buster. And my love for already-favorite characters like GOB and Tobias continued to shine.

Aside from the gut-busting and side-splitting aspects of this magnificent series, the thing I found to be most unique about this show is it's great continuity, along with foreshadowing. What other sitcom foreshadows events that will occur 10 episodes later? In an age where even serialized drama shows like "24" don't plan ahead, it's refreshing to see a comedy show that also has a great thought-out plot. This is all credited to Mitch Hurwitz, the creator and show-runner, whose attention to detail is extraordinary.

The continuity and call-backs to previous episodes are extremely rewarding to fans, but after watching the Season 2 episodes I could understand why the show may be hard to follow if you didn't watch the first season. That's why this DVD will be great aside the Season 1 set.

Fox atypically renewed the show despite the not-so-great ratings, so I hope the show will find its viewers next season like other classics found theirs in their third year. If it won't, the sitcom world would find itself in an arrested development of it's own.
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