Dysfunctional TV families
As "Arrested Development" returns (albeit on Netflix) after a seven-year absence, we're reminded of just how crazy the Bluths can be. Here, we round up some of the most dysfunctional families to get past the censors of the small screen.
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The Bluths | 'Arrested Development'
You know the Bluths are dysfunctional when the family's only responsible son threatens to leave them behind forever -- twice. Yet something keeps bringing Michael Bluth (right), played by Jason Bateman, back to help the group of self-centered, directionless failures bring the family business up into the green and cleanse their reputations. His mother coddles the family's full-grown youngest and her martini glass. His father keeps the family guessing with every jail break scheme. His magician brother has never executed a trick successfully (but tries much too often) and his sexually frustrated sister's husband is a "never nude." You get the point. That's why the Bluths are back for Season 4.