Friday, February 10, 2006


Say ‘Bon Voyage’ To The Cast Of ‘Arrested Development’ Tonight (Feb. 10)

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The cast of Arrested Development is getting ready to sail into the sunset tonight (Feb. 10), when the final four episodes air back-to-back on FOX.

The very first episode took place on a boat, and actor Tony Hale – who plays the panicky, perpetually adolescent Buster Bluth on the show – says the season finale brings the Bluths “full circle” as they board a boat for one last rocky cruise.

It’s never really been smooth sailing for the cast of this show. Before being pulled, Arrested Development was up against Monday Night Football and tonight’s episode coincides with the opening ceremonies of the Olympics in Torino.

Hale deadpans, “We’re going to have TONS of viewers.”

Those viewers will see Hale’s character fake a coma with his eyes wide open and later fly to Iraq to bust his brother out of prison.

Hale says he’s going to miss those crazy plot lines. In his words, “You read the script and you go, ‘Are you kidding me?’”

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