Most of the main cast of Arrested Development (Michael Cera, Tony Hale, and David Cross were absent) sat down with James Lipton (aka Warden Gentles) on Inside the Actors Studio last night—and, happily, Vulture grabbed what is generally the show’s best part: the infamous Bernard Pivot Questionnaire. Asked the usual round of questions, their answers ranged from the unsuprisingly funny to the pleasantly touching. Enjoy.
The Actors Studio Remix
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