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Arrested Development Fans Just Blue Themselves Over Fake Netflix Movies

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By HVentertainment on December 19, 2012

Let’s be honest, the amount of times you’ve rewatched the first three seasons of Arrested Development has far surpassed shameful and has crossed into bedsore territory. But how else are you going to catch each intricately woven reference, easter egg and inside joke?

Next year Netflix will release the man inside us all with the long-awaited fourth season of Arrested Development, finally taking up the banner of saving our Bluths. In the mean time, they’re teasing you just a bit, inciting a lust as forbidden as Les Cousins Dangereux and giving you balls as blue as Tobias, with a lineup of AD-related films and shows available to stream. It’s all the best call backs from the first three seasons with brilliant plot synopses.

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Les Cousins Dangereux
To escape the scorn of their dissaproving families, two cousins flee to a sleepy, provincial town in France but are forced to hide their incestuous affair from the prying eyes of local villagers in this awkward tale of forbidden romance.

Caged Wisdom: Musings from Prison
Based on his book, “Musings From Prison,” George Bluth presents the latest collection from his ongoing series of life lessons and motivational discourses on the Jewish faith, all while incarcerated at the Orange County Prison.

Sibling rivalry is taken to the extreme as brothers battle it out in this compilation of adolescent boyfights featuring “A Day in the Life of American Boys,” A Boyfights Cookout,” “Backseat Boyfights” and “I Don’t Want to Go to Bed.”

To see Girls with Low Self Esteem: Newport Beach, Scandalmakers, and Families with Low Self Esteem and more brilliance, click over to Splitsider.com for the full rundown.

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