By now, like most people on earth, you’ve probably seen Captain America: Civil War, a film where a simple misunderstanding leads to a gigantic fistfight at an airport. But what you may not have seen at that airport fight was one of the best movie Easter Eggs in a long time.
Here's a public service announcement that will blow the minds of all you gearhead Arrested Development fans: Lucille Bluth is in Grand Prix. And she's hot.
Virginia is the vanity plate capital of the United States. So far they don't have much to show for it. Now they do. HUZZAH! I'm pretty sure I just blue myself.
And now the story of a bunch of vehicles that transport a wealthy family who lost everything and the one staircar that who had no choice but to keep knocking down banners. It's... the cars of Arrested Development.
I blue myself this morning: Arrested Development will be officially back on Netflix next month. All 15 episodes will be available at once on May 26. That's the same day as the Indy 500, which, as far as I know, doesn't include a stair car.
Since the dawn of recorded time, television and the glitterati of Hollywood has brought us legendary cars that have become characters in their own right. Your Chitty Chitty Bang Bangs, your My Mother The Cars, your Batmobiles, and your Arrested Development Stair Cars.