With its inside jokes and its crazy momentum (didn't the whole show always feel like it was spiraling ever faster, its pace quickening like the third act of a French bedroom farce, destined to end with a smash of actors in disguises running out of slamming doors?), I worried that Arrested Development just couldn't sustain itself for much longer without sacrificing its faultless, endlessly quippy quality. I worried that fans would lobby to bring it back, only to have it tailspin in an over-hyped cable season of compromised comedy, too-high expectations, and inability to jump back on board (pun -- see series finale!) where they left off. With a show that moved so fast and ended neatly and abruptly, I worried that starting back for a single season would feel less like an epilogue and more like chasing after a moving car full of people you used to love, never quite able to hop on.
In these last remaining Bluthless hours, you guys can watch the trailer, take the Superfan Quiz, and tell me how you're feeling about the premiere: