Arrested Development - Season 2 [DVD]
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All 18 episodes from the second season of the award-winning US comedy series starring Jason Bateman as widower Michael Bluth, who, along with the rest of his offbeat - and formerly wealthy - family, must come to terms with losing the family fortune. Episodes comprise: 'The One Where Michael Leaves', 'The One Where They Build A House', 'Amigos', 'Good Grief!', 'Sad Sack', 'Afternoon Delight', 'Switch Hitter', 'Queen For A Day', 'Burning Love', 'Ready, Aim, Marry Me', 'Out On A Limb', 'My Hand To God', 'Motherboy XXX', 'The Immaculate Election', 'The Sword Of Destiny', 'Meat The Veals', 'Spring Breakout' and 'Righteous Brothers'.
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This seems to be the phrase of the year for U.S. sitcoms, but Arrested Development very well could be the best show on television, and a definate DVD must-have.
I'm generally not a huge fan of American comedy so the fact that Arrested Development is one of my favourite ever shows says alot. The scripts and cast are top notch but it is the characters that keep me coming back. In particular GOB and Tobias are that rare breed of character that don't have to do or say anything to have you in stitches.
If you like clever dumb comedy then buy this now!
SO WHATEVER YOU DO, MAKE SURE THAT YOU BUY THIS DVD. YOU WON'T REGRET IT.
I really cannot believe that a show of such wit and originality, a show so spectacularly scripted and acted, a show that has been critically acclaimed by every critic and his mother, a show with a blue, never-nude named Tobias in it, has been cancelled after just 3 seasons. American audiences must have been confused by the exposure to real comedy that AD inflicted on them. Maybe they were just frightened by the absence of canned laughter to guide them through a tv show.
There have been protests and petitions to bring back this monumental show, but they are unlikely to succeed. The only thing we can do is buy the DVDs and hope for the "Family Guy Effect" to reoccur. So many people bought Family Guy DVDs all around the world that Fox brought it back from cancelation. Keep buying and maybe Fox will be the ones to say, "I've made a huge mistake."
Despite the less than stellar ratings of the first season of 'Arrested Development', the FOX network decided to bring back the dysfunctional Bluth family back for another season.
With a couple of Emmy wins under their belt (best comedy among others), the show returned much to the delight of its supportive critics, and that of its relatively small viewer base.
In season 2, the family are more scattered than ever. George Snr has escaped from prison and is on the run, leaving his son Michael, the acting CEO of the Bluth Company, responsible for the families legal woes.
George Snr's wife Lucille and son Buster welcome Uncle Oscar into their lives as he lives with the family -- possibly rekindling an old flame with Lucille along the way, dropping not-so-subtle hints about the fruits of their former passions.
GOB enjoys a temporary bout of power as acting CEO of the Bluth Company but focuses his efforts on trying to recover his less-than-perfect career as a magician.
Michael's sister Lindsey and her husband Tobias are still trying to get their marriage and add a new dynamic in the aims of saving their marriage for their daughter, Maebe. Of course, this doesn't work out quite right, as Tobias is still under the delusion he'll make it as an actor.
Maebe and her cousin George Michael (Michael's son) are still in the darks about their feelings about each other. While George Michael is focused on his girlfriend, the less-than-desirable Ann, Maebe manages to up her career prospects tenfold.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good entertaining stuff, though it is totally superficial brain candy.Published 11 months ago by Laura
I love this show. So much smarter than much of anything else on the tv as well. Wish there were far more seasons of this to buy.Published 11 months ago by Meologies
Arrested Development is a fantastic TV show. This second season is just as good as the first season, and there are plenty of laugh out loud moments. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JB
Arrested Development is just amazing - if your not into it - seriously you need to watch it again - it is possibly the best, hilarious and brilliantly underknown masterpiece i... Read morePublished 17 months ago by simitchell
LOVE IT!!! its amazing!! <33 THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! :D <333 BRILLIANT!!!!! <33 cant wait to see when season 4 is out on dvd xDPublished on 30 May 2013 by elloor
Anyone who likes/loves Arrested Development will like this. It is a DVD of the series. Blah, blah, blah .. more words needed...Published on 14 May 2013 by Dan
I am a huge fan of this show, and this season does not disappoint! It keeps up the humour of the first season, and just gets better and better! Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2011 by Louise Roberts