It's an imperfect season that was befuddled by a network that had no idea what it wanted to do with the show. Not to mention, if you compare it to the perfection of seasons 1 and 2, it's hard not to feel slighted. Obviously it has it's issues, but I enjoy it immensely to this day. Now imagine if they had gotten a full season to end things on. I could only imagine how epic season 3 would've been.ZameZaL said:Does season 3 bother anyone else?
It showed. Especially with the cheap promotional tools (i.e. 3D with Andy Richter).jesscob23 said:Personally I loved season 3. I've heard them say that in season 3 they stopped trying to accommodate the general public and just wanted to please the loyal fans who had been watching the whole series.
Honestly, one of the underrated quotes/moments from the show.DIAZ said:Baby you got yaself a stew goin'.
haha what a great find. I was able to turn all of my friends, albeit over the course of two years, into AD fans. Some of them I force fed, the others finally gave it a shot on Netflix Instant.Dr. Osey said:I found more AD fans that go to my school so beautiful we're so rare
You picked a good time to discover it. I found Arrested Development just as Season 3 was winding down. Went through the series at a ridiculous pace and then had to wait...and wait...until now.Dan said:Yeah I noticed that, probably will buy it
can't believe I've been missing out on this show for all these years