No, you're not imagining things. There really was a Bluth's frozen-banana stand in Leicester Square in London on Thursday. And, yes, that really was George Bluth at the Tate Modern.
(Or maybe it was his brother, Oscar. They're so hard to tell apart sometimes.)
OK, it was actually Jeffrey Tambor on the receiving end of knowing glances and hushed comments at the famed art museum, but British reserve gave way to screams of delight at Thursday's orange-carpet "Arrested Development" premiere. And fans had reason to cheer, Tambor said: They're the ones who resurrected the show.
"People would come up to me and say, 'Is it happening? Is it happening?'" he recalled. "And after a while, I started saying that to the powers who were making the decisions. I told them, 'You don't know the groundswell that's going on,' and everybody started to get it. It was amazing."
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