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Photos: 'Arrested Development' Fans Show Up For A 'Never-Nude Convention'

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Scores of L.A. Arrested Development fans flocked to the Paley Center today for a "Never-Nude Convention" hosted by Netflix to promote the beloved show's upcoming web relaunch. The crowd was eclectically dressed--we suspect many were just turning up for a frozen treat from Bluth's Frozen Banana Stand, which was making its last stop in L.A.--but about half paid tribute to Tobias Fünke in denim cutoffs. The amount of skin left to the imagination varied, but there was always coverage where it counted.

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