Every once in a blue moon a sitcom comes along that is so funny that the masses don't realize how smart it is until it's too late. Such was the case with the hilarious Ron Howard-narrated series 'Arrested Development,' which struggled through three seasons of no one understanding it at all.

Thankfully, streaming service Netflix stepped in to save the decade-old series and give it the fourth season it rightfully deserved. Netflix, you have not made a huge mistake.

On April 29, the actors who portray the Bluth (and Funke) family reunited for some photo-ops that make it even harder to separate them from their characters. Although hopefully they know what a chicken looks like.

Check out more pictures of the premiere below. (Sadly absent from the proceedings: Ron Howard, Henry Winkler and Liza Minnelli.)

Portia de Rossi (Lindsay), Will Arnett (Gob) and Jason Bateman (Michael)

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Tony Hale (Buster) and Jessica Walter (Lucille)

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Jeffrey Tambor (George) and Jason Bateman

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Alia Shawkat (Maeby) and Michael Cera (George-Michael)

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Ted Sarandos (Netflix Chief Content Officer), Jason Bateman, David Cross (Tobias) and Mitchell Hurwitz (Producer)

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Alia Shawkat and Mae Whitman (Who? Ann)

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