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Just when you thought the Arrested Development news couldn't get any better, Lego builder Matt DeLanoy has created a Lego playset (complete with minifigs!) based on the recently-resurrected sitcom.

Structures include the Bluth home, the Bluth Company stair car, and the banana stand (money presumably not included).

The stair car is currently up for voting on Lego's crowdsourced idea site, Cuusoo, and could be turned into an official Lego set if it gathers enough votes and meet the approval of Lego's design jury.

Meanwhile, it's probably safe to say that the Lego version of the Bluth house is better-constructed than the real thing.

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Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz revealed this week that the show's 10-episode fourth season will be released ALL AT ONCE on Netflix Watch Instantly in 2013. Be sure to save a sick day for the occasion.

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Breaking Arrested Development News of the Day: It's official: The Bluths are coming back.

Netflix, in partnership with 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television, will revive the critically acclaimed show, streaming new episodes to members starting in early 2013.

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Morning Links:

  • 20 minutes after posting their story on the 700 arrests at Occupy Wall Street, the New York Times shifted the blame from police to protesters. Why?

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Breaking Arrested Development News of the Day: Arrested Development creator Mitchell Hurwitz, at the New Yorker Festival cast reunion, just announced plans to bring back the critically acclaimed TV series for one more season -- ahead of a long-anticipated Arrested Development movie.

The New York Times' Dave Itzkoff

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