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Arrested Development

Genres: Comedy, Mockumentary

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Season 2

Arrested Development is an American mockumentary television comedy series created by Mitchell Hurwitz about a formerly wealthy, habitually dysfunctional family. The show is presented in a mockumentary format, complete with narration, archival photos, and historical footage.

The series originally aired in the USA on Fox from 2 November, 2003 to 10 February, 2006. It was revived in 2013 by Netflix for one season, all episodes of which were released on 26 May, 2013. There are 68 episodes in four seasons.

Arrested Development originally premiered in South Africa on e.tv on 6 February, 2005. Only the first three seasons aired on e.tv. The series was later picked up by DStv's M-Net Series channel (only the first season aired), by TopTV's Fox Entertainment channel (beginning with Season 2) and on DStv's Vuzu channel (Season 4 only).

See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.

Season 2 premiered on Fox Entertainment on Thursday 13 May 2010, at 21h20. Thereafter new episodes aired weekly in a double bill, from 21h00. There are 18 episodes in the second season.

Fox Repeats

(Double episodes)

Saturdays: 00h45, 21h45
Mondays: 01h30

Series Synopsis

Arrested Development features the crazy members of the Bluth Family.

The series begins with George Snr in jail after dodgy accounting in the family's real estate business. While in jail he has converted to Judaism and believes that his own inspirational tapes will heal the world.

His wife Lucille is a cold-hearted socialite who has no time for anyone.

They have four children: Gob, the unemployed magician; Lindsay, whose attention span is in serious need of repair; Buster, who suffers from neuroses and separation anxiety from his martini-drinking mama; and Michael, the only sane member of this family.

Michael tries to keep the family business running while the family runs amok, draining all the money and patience he ever had.

Other insane characters are Tobias, doctor-turned-actor husband of Lindsay and father of Maeby, a teenager who constantly finds ways to rebel against her disinterested parents.

George Michael is Michael's son, a sensitive kid trying to follow in his father's good footsteps amidst the chaos that is the Bluth family.

Season 2

Because of his father's latest lie about a heart attack, Michael decides to leave his family and company behind. Lucille appoints GOB to be the new Bluth Company president, but he proves incapable and the position reverts back to Michael.

George Sr.'s twin brother Oscar moves in with Lucille in an attempt to rekindle a previous love affair.

After faking his death in Mexico, George Sr. returns to the family model home, where he hides in the attic. Meanwhile, Buster joins the army, but escapes serving in Iraq when his hand is bitten off by a loose seal.

He bonds with his uncle Oscar, who is revealed as Buster's presumptive biological father. George Michael begins dating a deeply religious girl, Ann Veal; his father does not like her, and tries to disrupt their relationship.

Michael fails to break them up, but George Michael sees a chance for his crush on Maeby to bear fruit, and the pair kiss while the living room of the model home collapses under them.

Maeby becomes a film studio executive covertly, and Tobias repeatedly paints himself blue in a futile attempt to join the Blue Man Group. Throughout the season, various blue paint marks can be seen around the family's house and on the back of Tobias's neck when not in full makeup.

After being kicked out by Lindsay, Tobias dresses as "Mrs. Featherbottom" to be around Maeby, an explicitly narrated reference to Mrs. Doubtfire.

Kitty returns to steal a sample of George Sr.'s semen to make her own Bluth baby. George Sr., in revenge for twin brother Oscar's affair with his wife, exchanges appearances with an unconscious Oscar, who is mistakenly sent to prison in the place of George Sr., who flees again.

Seasons

Note: Season 2 aired before Season 1 on Fox Entertainment. Only the first season aired on M-Net Series and only the fourth season aired on Vuzu.

Season 1 (22 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 6 Feb 2005 | Finale: 3 Jul 2005 | Sun, 19h30
Channel: M-Net Series | Premiere: 1 Jul 2006 | Finale: 25 Nov 2006 | Sat, 18h30
Channel: Fox Entertainment | Premiere: 15 Jul 2010 | Finale: 30 Sep 2010 | Thu, 21h00

Season 2 (18 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 14 May 2006 | Finale: 10 Sep 2006 | Sun, 19h30
Channel: Fox Entertainment | Premiere: 13 May 2010 | Finale: 15 Jul 2010 | Thu, 21h00

Season 3 (13 episodes)

Channel: e.tv | Premiere: 13 Apr 2008 | Finale: 6 Jul 2008 | Sun, 19h30
Channel: Fox Entertainment | Premiere: 8 Dec 2011 | Finale: 19 Jan 2012 | Thu, 21h00

Season 4 (15 episodes)

Channel: Vuzu | Premiere: 9 Oct 2013 | Finale: 12 Nov 2013 | Tue-Thu, 19h00


Season 2 Cast

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Byron "Buster" Bluth

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George "Gob" Bluth II

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George Bluth Sr.

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George Michael Bluth

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Lindsay Bluth Fünke

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Lucille Bluth

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Mae "Maeby" Fünke

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Michael Bluth

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Narrator - Himself

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Tobias Fünke

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Ann Veal

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Barry Zuckerkorn

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Bride of Gob

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Himself

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Himself

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Himself

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Judge Lionel Ping

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Kitty Sanchez

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Maggie Lizer

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Officer Carter

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Officer Taylor

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The Literal Doctor

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Wayne Jarvis

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Carla

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College Kid #3

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Country Club Waiter

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Dr. Stein

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Executive

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Fireman

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Gene Parmesan

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General Anderson

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Gun Vendor

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Ice

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James

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James Alan Spangler

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Jeff

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Lupe's Brother

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Maitre d'

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Mexican Man #1

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Mort Meyers

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Moses Taylor

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Pastor Veal

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Phillip Litt

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Sergeant Baker

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Spa Employee

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Stage Manager

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Stan Sitwell

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Studio Guard #1

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Tony Wonder

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Uncle Jack

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Woman #1

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Worker #1

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Hot Cops 'Jay'

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