„Arrested Development was such an amazing experience in every way, and you know it was very unique in that it was a show that received a lot of critical acclaim, and yet we didn't ever achieve the ratings that we wanted.“

"Will Arnett: The TV Squad Interview," TV Squad (August 2, 2006) http://www.tvsquad.com/2006/08/02/will-arnett-the-tv-squad-interview/
2006

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