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Fact: Arrested Development is the best TV show in the history of Television

Kristin KogaComment
Fact: Arrested Development is the best TV show in the history of Television

Okay I’m hearing some disagreement, I’m just extremely bias. Arrested Development is my favorite TV show, created by the brilliant Mitchell Hurwitz. Hurwitz brought us the story of a family from Orange County California, a family that loses everything and is kept together by one man. Supported by an amazing writing team and a perfect cast, Arrested Development truly does rank very high in the echelon of television greats. Many of its cast members have reached great heights since the end of Arrested Development and the fans have been loyal followers.

A few years ago I acquired four costumes from Arrested Development, used in the episodes Sword of Destiny, Spring Breakout, and Prison Break-in.

Season 2: Sword of Destiny

Worn by Tony Hale as Buster Bluth

Buster Bluth playing a magician to help Gob Bluth get back into the magicians alliance, the sleeve is cut to allow a fake hand to be cut off and re attached. Kenneth Cole 100% cotton.

Season 2: Spring Breakout

Worn by Will Arnett as Gob Bluth

Kenneth Cole 100% cotton, this shirt was used twice in the second season.

Season 3: Prison Break-in

Worn by Alia Shawkat as Mae “Maeby” Funke

A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz, 97% polyester and 3% elastic, sheer fabric with sequin and bead embellishment, and empire waist with tie.

Season 3: multiple episodes

Worn by David Cross as Tobias Funke

Tuxedo worn throughout season 3

Check out the Balboa Observer-Picayune, complete information about Arrested Development, it is my go to source for Arrested Development information.

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