After returning home from Iraq, George Sr. is finally cleared of all charges, and Michael is relieved to be the head of a successful company for a change. The real brains behind the madness is revealed, and just as the family begins to celebrate their victory, a whole new set of problems emerge.
Did You Know?
CNBC's Jim Cramer
upgrades Bluth stock from "Don't Buy" to "Risky." This was the second time Jim Cramer upgraded the stock in season 3. He upgraded the stock from "Sell" to "Don't Buy" earlier in the season in episode 3.1, Arrested Development: The Cabin Show
(2005). See more
When Michael changes the number on the white board labeled "Days Without a Workplace Injury" he writes a "1" when in fact the injury just occurred therefore it should be a "0". See more
I don't see it as a series. Maybe a movie.
Composed by David Schwartz
(opening theme) See more