This Sunday marks one of the most irrelevant drinking holidays of all time, Cinco de Mayo. The fifth is not, as many Americans think, the Mexican Independence Day, but it does offer an excuse for frat boys everywhere to slam Cuervo and Coronas.
Delicious Tequila aside, Cinco de Drinko is pretty pointless, so why not celebrate something that really matters: the return of one of our favorite canceled television shows, "Arrested Development."
“Arrested Development” is back with a strictly-Netfilx 15-episode season, seven years after Fox canned the show in 2006. The massive lament and complaints of thousands of devastated fans, along with massive post-cancelation DVD sales and Netflix views forced a revival of the cult-classic show for a fourth season.
Read more about the new season here. And check out this exclusive clip of Buster and Lucille.
Hip-hip-horray! Drinks all around.
Here are the rules for the “Arrested Development” drinking game. We suggest reviewing the three previous seasons so you don’t miss any of the hilarious reoccurring jokes.
If you're a diehard fan, head up to Portland this weekend (May 8) for a celebration of all things "Arrested Development" with three local bands covering songs from the show.