Arrested Development (R.I.P.) was great for so many reasons: It brought Jason Bateman back to the small screen (he won a Golden Globe for his role on the show); featured comedic geniuses Will Arnett, David Cross, and Jeffrey Tambor; and introduced us to the talents of a young Michael Cera. Tonight the TV Party at the Bell House, which dedicates itself to awesome shows that were canceled way too soon, such as Mr. Show and Freaks and Geeks, will show the best of Season One (other seasons will be screened weekly), starring the most dysfunctional family on television ever. Comedians Jerm Pollet and Michael Austin host the evening, which includes trivia, music, treats, prizes, and—for the bravest AD fans—an Arnett-inspired chicken dance-off. Caw ca caw!
Thu., Jan. 13, 8 p.m., 2011
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