'Arrested Development' Props up for Auction

This weekend in Los Angeles, fans of the clever-but-cancelled FOX TV sitcom Arrested Development can bid on props from the show. They're calling the auction the Bluth family "estate sale."

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When the Fox comedy series, Arrested Development, ended in February, it left many ardent fans hungering for more of the Bluth family. So if you are a Bluth fan and happen to be in Los Angeles this weekend, you can take part in the Bluth family estate sale, an auction of props from the series. How about George Bluth's parking sign in front of your house, or imagine Lucille's dining room chair at your table, martini on the side? No word yet on the Bluth family banana stand. Coming up later in the hour, television drama has the last laugh on the new fall schedule. Stay tuned.

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