Featuring interviews from major cast and crew members, along with 200 fans from across the country, this documentary tells the whole story of this amazing and one of a kind tv show.
Progressive hip-hop act Arrested Development perform acoustic versions of their favorite tracks -- including tunes from their multiplatinum debut album "3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life of …" -- in this 1993 episode of the MTV show. The set features songs such as "Mr. Wendel," "People Everyday," "Give a Man a Fish" and "Religion," among others. Interstitials include dance numbers and readings by members of the band.
A tramp tries to get himself arrested so he can sleep in the nice, warm jail, but the police keep ignoring him or arresting the wrong person.
A San Francisco activist puts her body on the line for causes she believes in.
A scene performed by a shinpa troupe.
Performing live at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on December 17, 1992, their performance was recorded for the MTV Unplugged television series.
Grammy-winning American rap act Arrested Development brings their funk-inspired music and soulful lyrics abroad to Tokyo in this live concert captured in 1994, at the peak of the band's commercial and critical success. The set list includes the band's top-10 singles "Tennessee," "Mr. Wendal" and "People Everyday," as well as "Ease My Mind," "Give a Man a Fish," "Dawn of the Dreads," "Mama's Always on Stage" and "Natural."