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Winner 5 Emmy® Awards including 2004 Best Comedy Series.
|In this 5 time Emmy-winning comedy's hilarious second season, Michael Bluth, once again determined to be free of his dysfunctional family, packs up the car and his son George-Michael and heads for Arizona. But he's soon pulled over by the police who tell him that his father, George Sr., has broken out of prison. Due to the company's shady business deal with Iraq, Michael could face prison time, so he returns home to clear his name even as George Sr. secretly flees to Mexico, Tobias decides to be an understudy for the Blue Man Group, and Lucille begins a torrid affair with her husband's twin brother, Oscar.|
"Once in the history of time comes a sitcom like Arrested Development. Entertainment Weekly
"Smart, unruly, and very fast, Arrested is the ultimate series... Entertainment Weekly
"One season-long piece of genius. It's the funniest show on television. San Francisco Chronicle
Editor's NoteThe Bluth family returns for another season of life after credit cards, in this revolutionary award-winning comedy. Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman) is the voice of reason in the midst of a blue-blood clan of crazies who have become acclimated to the life of luxury due to the fortune earned by patriarch George Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor) in the tract-housing business. When George is arrested on charges of tax fraud, however, the family's assets are frozen, and the resulting life of relative poverty proves difficult in many unexpected ways. Matriarch Lucille (Jessica Walter) is an emotionally stunted alcoholic, who in season two hires a bounty hunter to find George Sr., who has run off to Mexico--maybe. The Bluth siblings include Lindsay (Portia de Rossi), a socialite whose multitude of causes serves to further her own social career; Gob (Will Arnett), a womanizing illusionist; and Buster, a mama's boy who spends his time pursuing a nebulous career as a grad student. Lindsay is married to Tobias (David Cross), an out-of-work actor and former doctor whose sexuality remains undefined. Michael, in addition to tending to the foibles of his siblings, spends much of his time trying to be a good dad to his earnest 14-year-old son, George Michael (Michael Cera). Season two also sees Buster joining the Army, Lucille getting tricked into rehab, and the Bluth Banana Stand getting rebuilt, while Lindsay's antidepressants turn out to have hallucinogenic properties.
Cast & Crew
|Portia de Rossi|
|Mitchell Hurwitz, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series|
|Allison Jones, Nominee, Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series|
|Mitchell Hurwitz, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Comedy Series|
|Jason Bateman, Nominee, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series|