It’s been a while since we’ve seen an episode of Arrested Development with all the references to the show being based on the film, but Season 2 is finally here, and it’s definitely worth checking out.
The first three episodes are set in the fictional town of “The Simpsons,” which is home to The Simpsons’ resident “Bart” Simpson.
“The Fonz” and “Lisa” visit the town on a date and “Barts” decides to buy a trailer for his new house in the neighborhood.
The trailer has a bed, a fridge, and a fireplace, and “The Bart” uses the fireplace to cook some of the meal that’s on the table.
The next morning, the family is on their way to a family dinner.
As the show is based on “The Animated Series” (and has referenced the show by name in other episodes), this is also a great way to introduce some new characters to the group.
We get to see “Bert” in action as he goes through the whole process of being the new “Buster” of Springfield.
He tries to be a nice neighbor, and the town is not a very nice place.
He gets his act together and finally gets Bart to want to live there.
He’s a nice guy, so that’s all well and good.
We also get a glimpse of the future Bart’s mother, and her first day in the house.
It’s nice to see how “The Baddest” (as she is referred to on-screen) is handling the transition from a “Bubble Buddy” to a “Fulltime” Homer.
This is another good episode of the show, and if you haven’t seen it yet, do so.
Season 2 premiere on Netflix on February 24, 2018.