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In 2006, just as "Arrested Development" was wrapping up for what they thought was forever, Arnett scored a nomination for Supporting Actor as Gob, the inept magician of the Bluth family -- one of the most cartoonish characters in a show that might as well be animated to begin with. He continued to shine on "30 Rock" as Devon Banks, the conniving competition to Alec Baldwin’s Jack Donaghy, and was rightfully acknowledged with four nominations for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, again losing. Then he found himself as one of the anchors on "Up All Night," a show that underwent more cosmetic changes than Joan Rivers before ultimately shuffling off this mortal coil. (Who would have wanted to see a multicamera version of that show anyway?) Now the TV gods are smiling: "Arrested Development" was resuscitated by Netflix. And though the season as a whole was a bit uneven, the Gob-centric episodes were just as haphazard and goofy as his character was in the AD heyday. Here’s hoping an old vehicle still has some miles left in it.