A generation’s limited exposure to conservatives in TV shows has created a culture of hatred and mistrust between the parties’ respective youths.
Even though the property has become about as awkward as George Michael, it initially distinguished itself as a comedy unlike any other.
The same jokes being retold by actors who have aged 15 years is worthy of a six-minute reunion clip to promote a charity, perhaps. But no more new seasons, please.
It seems the hunters of Hollywood bad guys won’t stop shooting once they have identified a target, no matter how flimsy the allegations.
After the first few episodes of ‘Fateful Consequences,’ I was ready to say the remix redeemed ‘Arrested Development’s’ messy season four. My enthusiasm waned as the season progressed.
The fourth season of ‘Arrested Development has some gems. When it goes right, it goes very right. But it is easily the weakest season. The fifth can be better.
Remember ‘Arrested Development’? Well, the Bluth family is back, except in real life, embodied in Donald Trump. Behold the evidence.
Laying down a marker: Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign is going to be great and people who are Lucille Bluth will love it.
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