Find out for yourself whether the Arrested Development reunion is real by winning a walk-on role

Find out for yourself whether the Arrested Development reunion is real by winning a walk-on role

For those who remain unconvinced that the Arrested Development revival is real, here is your chance to investigate in person, or possibly discover it's all been just a front for a human trafficking operation. The show is holding a contest to bring six people to appear in walk-on roles during its fourth season, which will ostensibly premiere on Netflix in the spring.

To be one of those people: Visit the official You're Gonna Get Some Walk-Ons website and submit something that proves your devotion to Arrested Development fandom—a painting incorporating Arrested Development references, a video (two minutes or less in length) of you spouting Arrested Development references, an essay entirely composed of Arrested Development references, an Arrested Development reference mobile constructed of tiny, interlocking Arrested Development references, etc. Above all, make sure that it references Arrested Development and is better than this girl's entry to the left.

Producers will look for entries on the website as well as on Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter—be sure to mark them with the hashtag #BluthWalkOn—before picking their six favorites by the October 16 deadline. Winners will then receive a trip to the L.A. set to be tranquilized, shackled, and shipped to Eastern Europe be a part of the Arrested Development reunion, which is really happening! Go enter and see for yourself!