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'Arrested Development': Clip From New Season Released

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Fans of "Arrested Development" are rabidly gearing up for the new season to air on Netflix on May 26, and in order to whet their appetites, a clip from an upcoming episode has been released to the public.

The snippet was released exclusively to Entertainment Weekly, and features Buster (Tony Hale) and Lucille (Jessica Walter) engaging in some mother/son bonding that -- as per usual -- crosses significant boundaries.

The clip was first screened at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour and SXSW.

Before we knew for sure that the new season was happening, producer Ron Howard had to tweet out pictures of the writers room in order to convince fans that it wasn't all just a big hoax. Photos have also slowly been leaked from the set.

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David Cross, who plays Tobias Funke, has said that the new season will be "historical."

The entire Buster/Lucille clip can be watched here.