Want A Walk-On Role In Arrested Development? You Got It (Maybe)

As far as we're concerned, landing a role on Arrested Development is right up there after winning a Nobel Peace Prize. Of course, it's not easy. You've got to have that classic Bluth wit, those dashing George Sr. looks, or Lindsay's down-to-earth sensibilities. Until now, that is. In honor of the fourth season launching exclusively on Netflix, regular folks have a chance to get their faces on TV computer screens everywhere by simply submitting a piece of artwork expressing some aspect of the series.
Entries for the "You're Gonna Get Some Walk-Ons" contest can be pretty much anything: videos (under two minutes), craft projects, essays, haikus, confessions of undying love — whatever. To enter, post your submission on Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr using the hashtag #BluthWalkOn by October 16. That's only six days from now! Get to work!
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Not one but six lucky fans will get a trip to the set in L.A. and, of course, a blip role on the show. So, submit here and get some blue paint on, 'cause the call of a lifetime could come at any minute. As you can see from this video, the cast is just as excited as you are to be best friends forever!!
Photo/Video: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
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