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Todo se desarrolla alrededor de Michael Bluth, que pasa a hacerse cargo de la familia después de que su padre sea encarcelado pro problemas con la empresa familiar. Ningún personaje tiene desperdicio, prácticamente todos tiene miga suficiente como para hacer un spin off.

Para mí está sin duda alguna en el Top 3 de mejores comedias de todos los tiempos. ¡Muy recomendable!
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Alucinante pero cierto, los únicos subtitulos son en inglés en las temporadas 2 y 3. Y en la primera.... en inglés y sueco!!!!! Audio sólo en inglés.
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Una sitcom entretenida, a veces ingeniosa, otras cerca del slapstick. Buena para relajarse sin más pretensiones, o para aprender inglés.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nevermind the nay-sayers... 10 de noviembre de 2005
Por T.A. - Publicado en
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NUMBER 1: There are currently 270 reviews on Amazon concerning this show/DVD collection. Only 5 of them gave it less than 4 stars...5!!!!! That's it! The other 265 gave it 4 or 5 stars. So let me tell you what I think.

This family is completely screwed up. One of the funniest thing about the show is it's daytime "Soap Opera" format: it quickly switches situational scenes almost violently between way too many characters, but their stories all seemingly fit together in a most unusual, coincidental way. It satirizes the whole daytime drama genre. The addition of the flashback scenes breaks up the monotonous, linear order of events, though, that tend to put most accidental daytime soap viewers to sleep, or vomit. If you live in a big city, especially NY, Miami or LA, you've met, know, or are related to people like this....just not all of them at once! The characters are very believeable, which only adds to the comedy, in a similar way the Seinfeld characters grew on us. Coniving, selfish, lazy people--normally you'd hate at first meet--but for some reason, you can't get enough, watching them get themselves in to rediculous situations...usually because of their coniving, selfish, lazy ways!

I love night time sitcoms. This is my favorite of all time. It's better than Seinfeld, better than Family Guy, and if it stays on the air as long, it'll be better than the Simpsons as well. I am so ticked off at the few negative reviews I read here on Amazon. The 5 out of 270 that don't like the show say it's horrible. It has no "rewatchability" as one reviewer put it. "Who are these people?" writes another. "They are shallow and one-dimensional," insists another. "The plot line goes nowhere, and the characters are losers, played by washed-up actors, or actors no one has heard of." All of these quotes are made by ignorant idiots. I don't know if it's even a word, but the show does have "rewatchability." In fact, the plot line moves so fast sometimes (the ONLY thing I can imagine would bother someone...someone who is trying to talk on the phone, or cook dinner while they are watching) that second and third viewings reveal other, funnier situations and one-liners. And actors? Just look at the cast--they are all well known actors that we've all seen before, except for George-Micheal and Mae's characters, and hey--they're kids. Another quote: "if the father ever gets out of jail, the show is over." Guess what--he doesn't spend the second season in jail, and the second season is even better than the first!

I can only tell you this: each character is well crafted, the plot is thicker and juicier than a NY Strip, and each is funnier than hell. Almost like a David Lynch or Quentin Tarantino film, the story isn't chronological...THIS IS THE REASON I THINK THAT STUPID PEOPLE CAN'T ENJOY IT. There are constant flashbacks and cut scenes where the narrator explains the background behind a story, situation or one-liner that just took when we are told the whole story behind how Buster lost his hand. We don't learn this until we see Buster strolling around the house breaking things with his "hook." Another funny sub plot: what each family member uses Buster's fake hand for (usually when Buster is sleeping)--the uncle uses it as a roach clip, and the mother and father use it in the sack...completely crazy! It's so funny...laughing at a spoiled, rich, dysfunctional family!

Having the DVD is the best way to view...when you miss something funny (which does'll be laughing so hard, you'll miss entire scenes), you can pause and's the best way to do it. get these DVD's...this show won't be on forever.

Don't even look at the price...just buy it. Buy all their seasons. #2 just came out, and it's better than 1!!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best comedies ever 23 de junio de 2007
Por mrliteral - Publicado en
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The Honeymooners ran for only one season, yet is considered a classic. Full House ran for years and years, yet few would consider it a classic in anything other than a camp fashion. The lesson is that duration is not a standard for determining what makes classic TV. Arrested Development ran for only three seasons (two of which were shortened), yet it is not only a classic, it is one of the best TV comedies ever.

Told in a mock documentary style, Arrested Development is the chronicle of one of the more dysfunctional families on TV. Season One begins with patriarch George Bluth under arrest for a series of crimes related to his home construction business. While he languishes in prison, it falls on his son Michael to hold things together, an effort that keeps being undermined by his family: his older brother Gob (pronounced Job with a long o), a not-very-gifted magician; his twin sister Lindsey who adopts various causes when she's not out clothes-shopping; his mother Lucille who has virtually no maternal instinct; his younger brother Buster, a man-child with a strange mother-fixation; his brother-in-law Tobias (Lindsey's husband), an ex-doctor turned wannabe actor, and his niece Maeby, a schemer who relishes her own parents' neglect. Only Michael and his son George-Michael are relatively normal, but even they have their quirks, particularly George Michael's crush on his cousin Maeby.

Adding to all the fun is Ron Howard's brilliant narration; sometimes even he gets emotionally involved, such as when one character insults another by calling him Opie. And there are all some great guest stars, including Henry Winkler as the Bluths' inept attorney; Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a prosecutor who may or may not be blind; Heather Graham as George Michael's ethics teacher who he (and every other male student) has a crush on; and Liza Minelli as Lucille 2, Lucille's rival and Buster's bizarre love interest.

There are 22 episodes in this set, and all are brilliantly funny: if I've omitted much in the way of plot description, it's mainly because the episodes have to experienced, not merely described, to be fully enjoyed. Beyond the episodes, we get a few extras, including the original, uncut pilot episode, a handful of episode commentaries, some behind-the-scenes looks and some deleted scenes. In its time, it was unappreciated by most people and treated rather shabbily by Fox (who tossed it everywhere in the schedule), but now on DVD, you have the opportunity to see TV comedy at its best.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Terriffic Show 24 de agosto de 2005
Por Adam Dukovich - Publicado en
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For a channel notorious for purchasing risky shows, then giving them no chance at all to succeed, that a show as original, quirky, and brilliant would come from Fox is a bit of a surprise. Indeed, my brother is still convinced that this is an HBO show. Arrested Development is the best show on network television, and if you're curious about whether or not you should take the plunge, I would definitely advise trying it out. A few notes--it differs from most sitcoms in that there is heavy continuity among episodes and it is very detail-oriented. Jokes are forshadowed before they appear and are evoked afterwards. The humor is sophisticated, but accessible. Some (or all) of these facts are used to say that this is a show only for "smart" people, whatever that means. For my part, I don't think that intelligence has anything to do with it. It's more a matter of your willingness to commit to the storylines and concentrate on what's on the tube. If you are willing to do those things, you will be rewarded. If not, you probably won't. In essence, you get what you put into it.

So, if you're willing to put some effort in, you won't be disappointed. The series revolves around the Bluth family, especially Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman), the voice of (mostly) reason in a family marked by petty jealousy, greed, and general cluelessness. Michael has to compete with his resentful older brother, George Oscar (or GOB, played by Will Arnett); his lipstick liberal twin sister, Lindsey (Portia de Rossi); his pathetic younger brother, Buster (Tony Hale); his is-he-or-isn't-he actor brother-in-law Tobias (David Cross); his rebellious niece, Mabee (Alia Shawkat); his judgmental and bigoted mother, Lucille (Jessica Walker); and his newly religious prison inmate father, George (Jeffrey Tambor). The only other (somewhat) normal member of his family is his son, George Michael (Michael Cera). Not only is this a flawless ensemble cast, but there are plenty of high-profile guest stars: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Liza Minelli, and Carl Weathers (playing an hilarious version of himself as a hige tightwad), to name a few. To my knowledge, it's the only time Liza Minelli and Carl Weathers have shared a scene, and if that isn't bizarre enough for you, just wait.

I am hesitant to give away any of the jokes, because my retelling would only diminish them, but take my word that this is a show where you will laugh out loud at a near-continuous clip. The only comedy it is even remotely like is Sports Night, with the same kinetic style and documentary feel. Interestingly, series creator Mitchell Hurwitz did mention Sports Night in an interview about how he put the show together. There's not quite as much good feeling in this show, which pretty much veers away from drama. However, this is the most creative and original show on the air, and Fox has given them a surprising amount of latitude. Long live Arrested Development.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quite possibly the finest TV comedy ever! (seriously) 25 de octubre de 2004
Por Brian M. Benway - Publicado en
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TV fans owe a debt of gratitude to HBO, who single-handedly raised the bar for intelligent television. Though it took a few sweeps of the Emmys for network execs to take notice, Fox finally answered the call last year with Arrested Development, a comedy so offbeat and so unlike anything else, that it may be a victim of its own success.

A critical darling, but a show trying desperately to find its footing among the TV public, Arrested Development spent much of its brilliant first season teetering on the brink of extinction. Fox must be commended for having the foresight to keep this gem alive. Hopefully, with this DVD release, this can't-miss show will gain the foothold it needs.

The Bluth family had it all, or so they thought. But, when their patriarch is arrested for cooking the books of his family's land development company, all of their assets are frozen, and the once wealthy and entitled Bluths find themselves struggling to get by.

At the center of this debacle is Michael, the good son who wants nothing more than to keep his family together. This wouldn't be so hard if it weren't for his family's outrageous and numerous dysfunctions. Michael is surrounded by an incredibly quirky cast of characters, including his sleazy older brother GOB, an out-of-work magician who was blackballed for revealing his secrets; Lindsay, his conniving younger sister, who tries to turn charity into profit; and Buster, the family's youngest and most inept, who still lives with his mother, and accidentally is dating his mother's best friend. They're joined by Tobias, Lindsay's sexually ambiguous husband, who lost his medical license for performing CPR on a sleeping man, and who now is pursuing his dreams of becoming an actor. There's also George Michael, Michael's wonky son who harbors an unnatural crush on his cousin Maeby. Pulling the strings are the Bluth parents. The father continues to conduct under-the-table dealings from prison, and the manipulative mother dedicates her time to pitting her children against one another, even going so far as to adopt a Korean child to make Buster jealous.

Of course, it is truly impossible to describe Arrested Development. The show, though absolutely absurd, truly believes in the world that it has created, and the writing plays brilliantly off of the character's traits. Filmed with a single camera, Arrested Development has the look of a documentary, which further grounds the "reality" of the show. The wise omission of a laugh track allows the writers and actors to pack more gags per minute than any show before it. Indeed, some people may find it hard to find a show funny when no one has told them to laugh, but the true pleasure of the show is that you can discover the humor yourself.

Arrested Development is perfect for DVD. Even if you've seen every episode, the show is even more rewarding on a second viewing. There are so many subtle gags and references that you simply can't get them all the first time. It's also a great tool to convert your friends to show, as all it will take is the 40 minutes to watch "Visiting Ours" and "Pier Pressure" to get someone hooked.

The DVDs present a very sharp picture on par with the HD broadcasts. The sound is just Dolby ProLogic, but it gets the job done. The extras are varied. I wished there had been more behind-the-scenes stuff, but what's there is interesting. The deleted scenes are hit-or-miss.

All in all Arrested Development is a must-own for any fan of truly intelligent comedy. This show joins the ranks of the elite, along with The Larry Sanders Show, Mr. Show, and NewsRadio.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best recent US comedies 9 de enero de 2007
Por M. Gosse - Publicado en
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This was one of my favourite 5 TV shows, until its too-early demise. Arrested Development follows a wildly funny fall-rise-fall scenario for each of the individual characters of the Bluth family, as well as for the family fortune itself. In the pilot, the family patriarch is arrested and the family's assets frozen, and pretty much the rest of the show is about the middle son (Michael) trying to run the family company and make money in spite of the rest of his hilariously incompetent relatives.

The mother is a lush, the older brother (Gob, pronounced Job) is a failed magician who continually ignores the limits of his talent, the sister (Lindsay) only has experience with spending money rather than making it, and the youngest brother (Buster) is a complete failure at life and molly-coddled by his mother. Add in Lindsay's hopeless/hapless husband (who becomes and will remain an unemployed actor in all the shows) and strong-willed teenage daughter, and Michael's placid, naive teenage son George-Michael, and you have an extended family moving inevitably from one disasterous scenario to the next.

The show uses, what I would call, "fake reality-tv" type camera work. The scripts are funny (NO toilet humour) and witty, the acting is brilliant, and the episodes build on each other, so really should be watched in the correct sequence. If you want a great laugh, with characters you can feel for, this is the show for you.

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