Wisdom from “Arrested Development”

After watching Season 1 of “Arrested Development,” I’ve learned a few essential lessons I’d like to share:

  • Hermano means brother in Spanish.
  • There’s always money in the banana stand.
  • When given the choice between a trip to South America and the chance to expose your mother as a liar, blow the lid off that ish.
  • You can avoid being punched by dropping immediately into the fetal position.
  • A sure-fire way to get even with your parent is to date his/her best friend.
  • Ahn-Nyeong means hello in Korean.
  • A Segway is a perfectly respectable mode of transportation.
  • Breakfast is always the most important thing in a family.
  • B.S. is a fatal disease, because it’s B.S.
  • When in doubt, just threaten to sue.

Dedicating a portion of my summer to catching up on “Arrested Development,” “Parenthood,” and maybe others,


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