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New 'Arrested Development' clip is everything you hoped it would be

We're exactly a month away from new Arrested Development.

New 'Arrested Development' clip is everything you hoped it would be

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Screenshot via Entertainment Weekly

We're exactly a month away from new Arrested Development. The Internet's favorite sitcom is set to make its triumphant return to television the web on May 26th and Netflix wants to make sure you're excitedly quivering in your cutoff jorts.

This week, the company rolled out a series of new advertisements featuring varying degrees of Arrested Development insider humor. Then, on Thursday, the first clip of the upcoming season hit Entertainment Weekly. In it, Lucille can't get near her window because of her house arrest ankle monitor, so she circumvents her building's no smoking policy by exhaling into Buster's mouth and making him blow her smoke out of the window. It's absolutely wonderful. Peep the clip over at EW and don't forget to start your Arrested Development Advent calendar today.

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