Arrested Development: Season 3 (2003)
Tuesday 6th February 2007
Visit the Bluths, the most dysfunctional family in Orange County, for the last time in the third and final season of the multiple Emmy Award® winning comedy, Arrested Development. The box set of Arrested Development Season 3 is released to buy on DVD on 23rd April 2007 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, marking the end of one of the most unique and innovative US comedies ever made.
Arrested Development Season 3 kicks off with "good son" Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman, Starsky & Hutch) visiting his father in jail for the first time in three months. The Bluth Developing Company is bouncing back from bankruptcy, but before Michael can break the good news he realises that it is actually his dad's brother Oscar behind bars! George Sr. (Jeffrey Tambor, The Grinch) escaped incarceration in Season 2 when the wrong twin was arrested, so Michael sets off to hunt for the real one with son George Michael (Michael Cera, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind) in tow.
The rest of the family remain as dysfunctional as ever, as magician Gob (Will Arnett, Monster-In-Law) goes on the run from his newly-discovered teenage son Steve (Justin Grant Wade). Flighty Lindsay (Portia De Rossi, Ally McBeal), and her sexually confused husband Tobias (David Cross, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), both fall for the family's new lawyer, Bob Loblaw (Scott Baio, Happy Days). George Michael and Maeby (Alia Shawkat, Deck the Halls) share their first kiss, and the scheming, intoxicated matriarch Lucille (Jessica Walter, Jack & Jill) continues to try and rule over her children with an iron fist. With guest performances from William Hung, Judge Reinhold, Andy Richter, James Lipton, Justine Bateman and many more, Arrested Development Season 3 truly goes out in a blaze of glory.
Special features of the DVD box set include deleted scenes and commentaries by cast and crew.
- None or TBC
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.