As we anxiously await the 5/26 return of Arrested Development, Netflix has decided to have some fun with Seasons 1-3 on their site:
They use bananas instead of stars for rating the show.
If you search for any title containing the word "blue", there will be Tobias' blue paint on the results page, which is clickable.
If you go through the "Popular on Netflix" list, there is a clickable note saying "Milk".
In the comedy section, there is a clickable actual egg on the cover of "Nature Series, Volume 3: Dance of the Chicken".
There's a clickable yellow bow-tie on the bottom of the Watch Instantly page.
If you search for many of the fictional shows/films mentioned on the show, you'll find a Netflix write up for it, such as:
Les Cousins Dangereux
Girls With Low Self-Esteem
Families With Low Self-Esteem
Ready, Aim, Marry Me
Mock Trial with J. Reinhold
World's Worst Drivers
El Amor Prohibido
It's nice to see that: 1. Netflix is actually promoting the show, something Fox never bothered to do. 2. That someone at Netflix actually "gets" the humor of the show, and recognizes the savvy of the show's core fans, and the vital role of the show's MANY running gags and catchphrases.
It's not a show for everyone, it's a show for a special breed of viewer, and apparently Netflix gets that.
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