Bluth's Banana Stand Begins World Tour - NBC4 Washington

Bluth's Banana Stand Begins World Tour

"Arrested Development" fixture open for business once again ahead of series return on May 26.



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    Need your  "Arrested Development" fix ahead of the series return on Netflix?

    Fans of the cult favorite can buy into the growing excitement by visiting Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand, which is making stops in London, New York and Los Angeles ahead of the debut of the new episodes on May 26.

    The stand - a fixture of the comedy hit - made its first appearance in London on Wednesday, and will pop up in different locations around the city on May 9, 15 and 21 before heading to the U.S.

    The "Arrested Development" Twitter account (@arresteddev) will reveal exactly where and when the stand will set up shop as it makes its way across the globe. Special activities are also teased by Netflix, including the possibility of surprise appearances by Bluth family members and friends.

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    Alongside returning cast members Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Will Arnett, Jessica Walter and Jeffrey Tambor, the revived series has drawn a slew of celebrity guests including Seth Rogan, John Krasinksi, Conan O'Brien, Isla Fisher, Kristen Wiig, Ben Stiller, Ron Howard, Liza Minelli and John Slattery.

    All 15-episodes of season four will be available instantly for Netflix streaming members to watch come May 26. 

    As George Bluth Sr. (Tambor) says on the show, there's always money in the banana stand.

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