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Red Hairing 

Lindsay distances herself from her family by starting a new career.

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Mitchell Hurwitz (created by), Paul Rust (story editor) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Bateman ... Michael Bluth
Portia de Rossi ... Lindsay Bluth Fünke
Will Arnett ... Gob Bluth (credit only)
Michael Cera ... George-Michael Bluth (voice)
Alia Shawkat ... Maeby Fünke / Shaman Sheman (as Rich Aliaändanost)
Tony Hale ... Buster Bluth (credit only)
David Cross ... Tobias Fünke
Jeffrey Tambor ... George Bluth Sr.
Jessica Walter ... Lucille Bluth
Chris Diamantopoulos ... Marky Bark
Terry Crews ... Herbert Love
Kristen Wiig ... Young Lucille Bluth
Isla Fisher ... Rebel Alley
Christine Taylor ... Sally Sitwell
Liza Minnelli ... Lucille Austero
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Lindsay distances herself from her family by starting a new career.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 May 2013 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

A check from Maeby (Alia Shawkat)'s movie is found at Balboa Towers. Maeby used to use that address to fool Tantamount Studios. See more »

Goofs

When Lindsay is arguing with Marky Bark after he eats cake off the photo of Buster, the amount and position of cake on his face and nose changes. See more »

Quotes

Herbert Love: Your lips are like a Murphy bed. They don't' take up much room, but they're there when you need them.
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Connections

Spoofs Pretty Woman (1990) See more »

Soundtracks

Arrested Development
Composed by David Schwartz
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fortunately i can see color..
15 July 2018 | by merelyaninnuendoSee all my reviews

Arrested Development

Arrested Development is another take on dysfunctional family; created by Mitchell Hurwitz, with lots of twists and turns and mystery that helps kick the series into another level and stand alone. The narration by Ron Howard that guides the viewers is actually a smarter concept that it actually seems, since the makers doesn't feel the need to explain the situation and momentum through cheesy and additional dialogues; a slick move.

It is short on technical aspects like cinematography, background score and art design although the camera work is plausible and is shot beautifully with pleasing, light and breezy environment.

The writing is strong in terms of the material offered especially since it doesn't feel the urge to push boundaries just to crack a smile, and instead focuses on the irony of it and lets it flow fluently with well barred structure. The amusing concept, enfolding tricks, gripping screenplay, parallel sub-plots that are well edited which later merges in brilliantly are some of the high points of the series.

There is also a lot of going on in mere 20 minutes for the audience to let it sink in which may seem overstuffed at times but it does the work which is to keep the audience tangled into it. The characters are more mature and pragmatic than the audience usually gets in a sitcom where they might not be lovable or even likable at times, but their humane-ness keeps the viewers rooting for them.

The performance is somewhat fragile in here since the protagonist Jason Bateman is in his A game but unfortunately isn't supported to that extent by its supporting cast (Will Arnett, Michael Cera, Portia de Rossi and David Cross).

Season 04

The fourth and unexpected act of the series is a piece of masterwork in its own way, where the convoluted plot is edited brilliantly with a keen observation of the characters' characteristics and the parallel sub-plots that fuels in, this craft which is not easy to explore but is certainly worth.

Red Hairing

An amazing crossover among two characters, despite of being a bit a bit long, the audience is kept engaged throughout the course of it and not for it is hilarious but for it has an intriguing approach and eerie perspective to follow.


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