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Photos: 'Arrested Development' Fans Show Up For A 'Never-Nude Convention'
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.
The 'Arrested Development' Banana Stand Serves L.A. Today
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Video: Third 'Arrested Development' Clip Is Released
'Arrested Development': Clip From New Season Released
Photos Of The 'Arrested Development' Season 4 Press Conference In L.A.
Photos Of The 'Arrested Development' Season 4 Premiere In L.A.
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