By Jake Flanagin
The best kind of odd couple: Seth Rogen as a young George Bluth, Sr. and Kristen Wiig as a young Lucille

The best kind of odd couple: Seth Rogen as a young George Bluth, Sr. and Kristen Wiig as a young Lucille

Ladies and gentlemen, the day has finally arrived. Yours truly, along with a group brave/admittedly sybaritic Airship staffers, worked his way through all 15 episodes of the Netflix revival of Arrested Development. And I'm happy to report that, like all of us at The Airship, Hollywood was so eager to see this quirky piece of non-linear comedy return that she lent some her finest talents to fill in the corners.

During its tenure on Fox, AD was known as a prime destination for the guest star set--who can forget Charlize Theron as the unwitting Michael Bluth's mentally-challenged love interest? Or Julia Louis-Dreyfus masquerading as a blind attorney? Unfortunately for us, neither Theron or Louis-Dreyfus have reprised their roles (this season), but trust me when I say you'll be more than satisfied with the supporting cast Netflix has drummed up.

As always, SPOILER ALERT:

Kristen Wiig as Lucille Bluth, circa 1982.

Kristen Wiig as Lucille Bluth, circa 1982.

Seth Rogen as George Bluth, Sr., circa 1982.

Seth Rogen as George Bluth, Sr., circa 1982.

Max Winkler (son of Henry Winkler, a.k.a. Barry Zuckerkorn) as Barry Zuckerkorn, circa 1982.

Max Winkler (son of Henry Winkler, a.k.a. Barry Zuckerkorn) as Barry Zuckerkorn, circa 1982.

From left to right: Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson (all of Workaholics) as "the Airline Assholes."

From left to right: Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson (all of Workaholics) as "the Airline Assholes."

Mary Lynn Rajskub as Heartfire, the would-be telepath.

Mary Lynn Rajskub as Heartfire, the would-be telepath.

Henry Winkler (all grown up) as Barry Zuckerkorn, "attorney" at law.

Henry Winkler (all grown up) as Barry Zuckerkorn, "attorney" at law.

John Beard as himself (if John Beard hosted a morning news program in Orange County), and Busy Philipps and Natasha Leggero as his (drunk?) hecklers.

John Beard as himself (if John Beard hosted a morning news program in Orange County), and Busy Philipps and Natasha Leggero as his (drunk?) hecklers.

John Slattery as Dr. Norman, the disgraced anesthesiologist.

John Slattery as Dr. Norman, the disgraced anesthesiologist.

Ed Begley, Jr. as Stan Sitwell, the alopecial real estate tycoon and Bluth family rival.

Ed Begley, Jr. as Stan Sitwell, the alopecial real estate tycoon and Bluth family rival.

Rizwan Manji as the mountaintop purse vendor. "Best bag on the mountain!"

Rizwan Manji as the mountaintop purse vendor. "Best bag on the mountain!"

Ed Helms reprising his role as real estate/talent agent James Carr (RIP).

Ed Helms reprising his role as real estate/talent agent James Carr (RIP).

Chris Diamantopoulos as Marky Bark, vaguely Marxist ostrich farm owner and son of Johnny Bark (also RIP).

Chris Diamantopoulos as Marky Bark, vaguely Marxist ostrich farm owner and son of Johnny Bark (also RIP).

Maria Bamford as DeBrie Bardeaux, B-movie actress turned junkie/butter enthusiast.

Maria Bamford as DeBrie Bardeaux, B-movie actress turned junkie/butter enthusiast.

Scott Baio dropping Loblaw law bombs as Bob Loblaw.

Scott Baio dropping Loblaw law bombs as Bob Loblaw.

Ron Howard as Ron Howard (Happy Days reunion!) and Judy Greer as Kitty Sanchez, lazy-eyed serial flasher and film development exec.

Ron Howard as Ron Howard (Happy Days reunion!) and Judy Greer as Kitty Sanchez, lazy-eyed serial flasher and film development exec.

Carl Weathers as Carl Weathers! Again!

Carl Weathers as Carl Weathers! Again!

John Krasinski as the douchey Bruckheimer film exec. "You're not charring my tree."

John Krasinski as the douchey Bruckheimer film exec. "You're not charring my tree."

James Lipton returns as the prison warden turned screenwriter.

James Lipton returns as the prison warden turned screenwriter.

Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter as dysfunctional (we hope) versions of themselves.

Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter as dysfunctional (we hope) versions of themselves.

This guy (Beck Bennett) from those AT&T commercials as the "straight-bait" porn star.

This guy (Beck Bennett) from those AT&T commercials as the "straight-bait" porn star.

Nelson Franklin as DeBrie's doctor.

Nelson Franklin as DeBrie's doctor.

Liza Minelli as the inimitable Lucille 2.

Liza Minelli as the inimitable Lucille 2.

Terry Crews as Herbert Love, the black birther and redhead fetishist.

Terry Crews as Herbert Love, the black birther and redhead fetishist.

Ben Schwartz, a.k.a. Jean-Ralphio Saperstein, as John Beard, Jr. (JBJ).

Ben Schwartz, a.k.a. Jean-Ralphio Saperstein, as John Beard, Jr. (JBJ).

Mae Whitman as Anne Veal, a.k.a. "Egg," a.k.a. "Blank," a.k.a. "... Her?"

Mae Whitman as Anne Veal, a.k.a. "Egg," a.k.a. "Blank," a.k.a. "... Her?"

Ben Stiller as Tony Wonder, the gay(ish?) magician.

Ben Stiller as Tony Wonder, the gay(ish?) magician.

Alan Tudyk as Pastor Veal/Anne's dad, and Kids in the Hall's Bruce McCullough as Father Marsala.

Justin Grant Wade as STEVE HOLT!

Justin Grant Wade as STEVE HOLT!

Clint Howard as Johnny Bark (pre-mortem).

Clint Howard as Johnny Bark (pre-mortem).

Isla Fisher as Rebel Alley, budding actress and Ron Howard love child.

Isla Fisher as Rebel Alley, budding actress and Ron Howard love child.

Christine Taylor as Sally Sitwell, Lindsay's high school/political nemesis.

Christine Taylor as Sally Sitwell, Lindsay's high school/political nemesis.

Justin Lee as Annyong.

Justin Lee as Annyong.

Tommy Tune as Argyle Austero, rehab clinic administrator, choreographer extraordinaire... and loan shark?

Tommy Tune as Argyle Austero, rehab clinic administrator, choreographer extraordinaire... and loan shark?

Lonny Ross as Marvel Entertainment's intellectual property attorney.

Lonny Ross as Marvel Entertainment's intellectual property attorney.

From left to right: Bobby Lee, Suzanne Wang, and Amy Hill as The Real Asian Prison Housewives of the Orange County White Collar Prison System.

From left to right: Bobby Lee, Suzanne Wang, and Amy Hill as The Real Asian Prison Housewives of the Orange County White Collar Prison System.

Martin Mull as Gene Parmesan (AHHHHHHH!), private eye.

Martin Mull as Gene Parmesan (AHHHHHHH!), private eye.

Jim Cramer as Jim Cramer. HYPOTHETICALLY BUY FAKEBLOCK!

Jim Cramer as Jim Cramer. HYPOTHETICALLY BUY FAKEBLOCK!

Jeff Garlin as the scatalogically vengeful Mort Meyers. 

Jeff Garlin as the scatalogically vengeful Mort Meyers. 

Maria Thayer (Kenneth's blind girlfriend on 30 Rock) as the deceased Tracey Bluth (another redhead).

Maria Thayer (Kenneth's blind girlfriend on 30 Rock) as the deceased Tracey Bluth (another redhead).

David Henrie, a wizard of Waverly Place, as himself.

David Henrie, a wizard of Waverly Place, as himself.

Zach Woods as Buster's drone-buddy.

Zach Woods as Buster's drone-buddy.

Andy Buckley (right) as the commanding officer of a strip-mall-based contingent of remote drone pilots.

Andy Buckley (right) as the commanding officer of a strip-mall-based contingent of remote drone pilots.

Diedrich Bader as the surgeon behind Buster's monster hand transplant.

Diedrich Bader as the surgeon behind Buster's monster hand transplant.