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cover: Arrested Development: 1st Season - d1/3

Arrested Development: 1st Season - d1/3

Director(s): Joe Russo, Anthony Russo

Theatrical Release: 2003

Cast: Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Jeffrey Tambor, David Cross, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett

Genre(s): TV, Comedy, business, Family, Dean's List

Countries: USA

Location in store: Television

(1 / 1)
Ant Rating
Running Time: 160m.

Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman), a widower with a 13-year-old son, named George-Michael (Michael Cera), is forced to keep his large and dysfunctional family together after his father (Jeffery Tambor) is arrested for shifty accounting practices at the family-owned conglomerate and the Bluth family assets are frozen, making each member of the eccentric family panicing. Michael's snobbish mother, Lucille (Jessica Walter), finds herself living alone in a penthouse without the financial means to maintain it, while Michael's two brothers, GOB (Will Arnett) and Buster (Tony Hale), and his sister Lindsay (Portia DeRossi) with her husband Tobias (David Cross) and her daughter Mae (Alia Shawkat) also find themselves having to recreate their lifestyles to fit their new financial status. (


Disc 1 Episodes:

Creator's Cut Pilot (unaired)


Top Banana

Bringing Up Buster

Key Decisions

Visiting Ours

Charity Drive

+ Introduction by Ron Howard

+ Commentary by creator Mitchell Hurwitz, directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo and actor Jason Bateman on Creator's Cut Pilot

+ Deleted/Extended scenes: Top Banana, Bringing Up Buster, Key Decisions, Visiting Ours

+ Breaking Ground: Behind the Scenes of Arrested Development

Member Reviews

Uncensored pilot by C20005635 - August 18, 2008
This was a show that many friends suggested we watch at the time it was on and we just never got into it. Finally, we took the plunge and have not regretted it. The pilot may not hook you at first, but the show builds and grows on you.

There's always money in the banana stand.