Poster for Arrested Development (2003) S05E01.

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Title Arrested Development (2003)
Type TV Series
Season 5
Episode 1
Episode type Ordinary
Episode title N/A

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Created Jun 2, 2018, 1:09:31 PM
Contributor Anonymous
Language English
FPS 23.976


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The fifth season of Arrested Development, which debuted earlier this week, is everything Season 4 was not. The Bluth family saga is back to the snappier rhythm of its early years; the dialogue is a grab bag of catchphrases and callbacks: “Marry me!,” “analrapist,” “Steve Holt!,” George Michael’s passion for Star Wars, and Tobias’s never-nude cutoffs all appear in the first eight episodes of an eventual 16. Arrested Development has always been heavily self-referential, but the addition of a substantial time gap makes those references feel more like the knowing winks in every other resurrected touchstone. Season 4 was truer to Arrested Development’s groundbreaking reputation, but Season 5 is the instantly gratifying comfort food I didn’t know I wanted. It doesn’t add anything new to the show’s mythos, but it successfully conjures the old. The show’s young, binge-watching target demographic may consider itself above the cheap ploy of carbon-copying a childhood favorite, but it turns out we’re just as capable of being pandered to as everyone else.

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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:12.220 00:00:13.430
  1. All right!
2 00:00:13.510 00:00:16.640
  1. [Ron Howard] <i>Michael Bluth had been away</i>
  2. <i>from his family for two months,</i>
3 00:00:16.720 00:00:18.600
  1. <i>and his life had never seemed better.</i>
4 00:00:18.680 00:00:20.640
  1. -[grunts]
  2. -[man] Oh, head in the sand!
5 00:00:20.720 00:00:24.690
  1. [Ron] <i>While at a tech company famous</i>
  2. <i>for providing access to any information,</i>
6 00:00:24.770 00:00:26.150
  1. <i>except for its own name,</i>
7 00:00:26.230 00:00:28.730
  1. <i>-he had found friends...</i>
  2. -Jim.
8 00:00:29.360 00:00:32.440
  1. -Oh, nice return, Jim.
  2. <i>-...been retrained for the workplace...</i>
9 00:00:32.530 00:00:34.650
  1. It's just <i>one </i>space after a period?
10 00:00:34.740 00:00:36.030
  1. That's okay. Let's try it again.
11 00:00:36.780 00:00:39.200
  1. <i>...and was learning new skills every day.</i>
12 00:00:39.280 00:00:40.540
  1. Hi, sorry I'm late.
13 00:00:40.620 00:00:41.620
  1. -[man] How you doing?
  2. <i>-Konnichiwa.</i>
14 00:00:41.700 00:00:43.750
  1. -So, is your family joining you?
  2. -No.
15 00:00:43.830 00:00:46.750
  1. They will not be joining, um,
  2. but, um, maybe just, uh,

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