I think we should go to the comic strip format.
Well, Chardonnay is apple juice. Red wine is grape juice. Scotch is tea. Look how I knew all that so fast.
Remember those Michael Cera stories that he didn’t want to be part of the show going forward? That was a gag that backfired.
The Office will close its doors for good on May 16, but it won’t be long before John Krasinski pops up on a television comedy again: He is making a cameo appearance on the new season of Arrested Development.
“There’s never been a half-hour comedy with the level of complexity here,” says Troy Miller, who directed the episodes with Hurwitz.
“You think I can tell you? I can’t. We have such a spoiler alert and I actually signed something, so I can’t,” he told MTV News.
The Bluths grace Entertainment Weekly in three collector’s covers. One features the boys (GOB, George Michael, Michael, and Buster’s hook), another the Funkes, and finally the ‘atriarchs. Of course, all take place on the staircar.
David Cross has suggested that the Arrested Development cast had much more fun shooting the new season than in previous years.
“To be honest, while we were shooting this new season, I’d be reading the scripts like, ‘I have no idea how this is all going to mesh together,'” Hale said.