Arrested Development (2003– )
Feature film based on the TV series.
In PCU Jessica Walters, as the dean, is trapped at a party where "Afternoon Delight" By The Starlight Vocal band plays on a loop. "Arrested Development" famously has an episode centered entirely around the "Afternoon Delight" song, with Walters as the Bluth family's patriarch.
In "Arrested Development" each member of the Bluth family has a different form of a "chicken dance" that they use to mock other people, usually members of their family. Nearly every member (except Buster and Maeby) have their own interpretations, which as Michael and Buster point out often are nothing like chickens or even any birds, just like the ridiculous imitation made by Johnny (Tommy Wiseau) in "The Room".
Multiple Emmy winner.
Mentioned during the monologue
Mentioned in dialogue; Jason Bateman and Jeffrey Tambor are attributed to working on this series.
The show is mentioned as Portia de Rossi is a nominee at the award ceremony.
correct response in "Sitcoms" category
Francine compares Stan not being interesting to this TV Show
Title mentioned when Will Arnett appears in the audience
Title mentioned when Will Arnett's skeleton appears in the audience
Subject of an $8,000 question
Jeffrey Tambor is asked if he is going to do another TV show
"I saw Arrested Development, I know what a seal can do"
DVDs of seasons 1 & 3 are shown in a video store.
Included in a $16,000 question
The playable character Gobias Koffi. His name references Gobias Industries, plus he looks like Tobias Fünke and has a very similar personality.
Alex Fernie mentions Michael Cera's role.
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "In My Netflix Queue"
Jeff calls Rich "Buster" in front of Professor Holly, played by "Tony Hale". Hale played Buster Bluth in Arrested Development.
Included in a $7,500 question
DVD cover shown.
mentioned by Jeffrey Tambor
Jay mentions that Will Arnett was on the show
Jeff mentions that his suit costs $6000 (just as GOB often does in AD); Rich is dressed as a banana (as several people are throughout AD to advertise the Bluths' frozen banana stand)
Adam Sandler says that when his daughters saw a billboard of Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman in the switch, they told him, "Your pretend wife is hanging out with the guy from 'Arrested Development'"
Jason Bateman making chicken sounds, just like many of the characters on Arrested Development.
Title mentioned while introducing Jason Bateman and during interview
Jay mentions that Will Arnett was on the show
"They haven't started 'Arrested Development' yet?"
Title mentioned during WIll Arnett interview and his introduction
When entering the hotel restaurant, Jerry Kincaid (played by Tony Hale) touches the back of his ear which is what a character named Buster (also played by Tony Hale) often did on the show Arrested Development
Title mentioned while introducing David Cross
The show's name is used in context to a story about which the round table is discussing.
Player: "When the brunette can't figure out which one of her interracial gay dads is the biological father...didn't we steal that joke from Arrested Development?"
The show name is used to describe immature behavior by an adult, namely Amanda Bynes, just before being arrested.
The song Spider-Man plays on his guitar during the duel with Scorpion is the theme song from Arrested Development.
Peter Parker says "I hear he's very good" when Agent Coulson mentions Barry Zuckercorn, the lawyer, which is Henry Winkler's character on the show. The last two notes of the theme song can be heard during this reference.
There are multiple references to Arrested Development. First, the Duke of Weselton dances with Princess Anna, at one point saying he is a graceful chicken, and then does Lindsay Funke's chicken-dance. Not long after, she sings a song with Prince Hans of the Southern Isles which features a line about finishing each other's sandwiches, which is a running gag on Arrested Development. Finally, as Queen Elsa's powers are finally being discovered, the Duke yells out "She's a MONSTER!" in the same manner that Buster Bluth cries out about his own monstrosity in Arrested Development.
Andy Samberg mentions all his fellow nominees in the 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical' for the 71st Annual Golden Globes.
Title reference; creator Mitchell Hurwitz appears in this episode.
(at around 59 mins) Will Arnett is making a parmesan and mustard sandwich.
Will Arnett reveals a new season is coming
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Jeffrey Tambor
After your character destroys a banana stand, they quip "There's always money in the banana stand"
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Michael Cera
Jason Bateman talks about the possibility of new episodes; also mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Jason Bateman
one of the Hoffman crew says this is a good show
Seth mentions the series when introducing Portia de Rossi
A fragment is shown.
Clip of Bob Loblaw used in review.
crew visible/flowers go back into bag/crew seen in reflection/boom visible
Characters doing a chicken dance.
The Bluths are an example of the "Misfit".
Clip of Jessica Walter closing a door
Nomination presentation for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series.
Nomination presentation for Jason Bateman and ensemble.
"The doctor on Arrested Development wasn't this bad."
Number 18 in the Countdown
Will Arnett spoofs his "Gob" role
A taunt spoofs Gob's chicken dance.
During the coronation ball, the Duke of Weselton imitates Lindsay Bluth-Fünke's famed "chicken dance" (kicking his legs out from side-to-side while making a comb with his hand) as he tries to impress Anna with his various animal homages.