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Photos: Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand Passes Out Treats In Culver City
Arrested Development fans can hardly wait for the show's new season to begin this Sunday on Netflix, and buzz around town is growing louder thanks to the Bluth's Original Frozen Banana stand that set up shop in Culver City today.
Free frozen, chocolate-covered bananas are available until 7 p.m. at the parking lot at 9300 Culver Boulevard, just across the street from Trader Joe's.
Despite warmer temps and wait times of up to an hour, spirits were high around the banana booth. And don't worry—if standing in line today isn't in the cards, the banana stand might just pop up at The Grove tomorrow. We'll keep you posted as details become available.
Here are some shots of today's gathering in Culver City, complete with pirate hooks and banana costumes.
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