The brilliant duo were arrested over the weekend for robbing one of their exes on Friday afternoon, Tulsa police reported.
Sonja Moro, 29, and Paul Terry, 26, teamed up and knocked on Moro's ex-boyfriend's door to demand money. After the victim handed over his wallet to Moro, Terry stayed behind to demand more money.
To promote the upcoming season premiere of Arrested Development on May 26th, Netflix has launched a pop-up shop tour of Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand, which will serve up real frozen bananas and photo ops with cast members in various locations across Great Britain and the United States, starting with London (as seen in the picture) this week and a few more pit stops in New York and Los Angeles in the following week. Is there any money in it? Perhaps you should find out!
Here's the latest on season 4, from a Vulture interview with show creator Mitch Hurwitz:
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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.