Armie Hammer, who is probably better known now as the Winklevii in The Social Network, got his start on AD.
I have sad news. There won’t be an episode next week. Come on!
I’ll be out of town with my family and not back in time to do our recording, so we’re postponing a week. To make up for it, we all guarantee that we will talk TWICE AS MUCH when we finally do record next.
I am, right this minute, editing the worst quality we have ever recorded. Note to self: Skype is far better quality than Google Voice call recording.
Also, Mike drops off this call instead of Bryce. Fun!
Vote for Arrested Development in the TV March Madness put on by Zap2It. They’ve made it to the “Sweet Sixteen”. Voting closes tomorrow. Come on!
MILTS 007 will be the first to feature our new theme song. We’ve been given permissions by a local Sioux Falls band called Amos Slade to use their song, Real Vs Imaginary, as our theme. It’s off their brand new Cartography EP.
Check them out at http://amosslade.com/
Even Woot is getting into the AD love. Here is a t-shirt, for $15.00, that features a play on GOB’s constant “tricks” references. Except these Illusions aren’t for kids.
Well, sometimes you find a resource that puts your own efforts to shame. In this case, it’s a little site called the Arrested Development Wikia site. We were trying to maintain a list of recurring elements as a sort of database for our episodes. Well, Wikia did it better; and there are more of them.
Therefore, I’m announcing that we are deprecating recurring elements in favor of linking to the Wikia page for the episode we’re discussing. I’ve also added the link to the Wiki homepage to our sidebar and removed the Recurring Elements page.
Deal with it.