Arrested Development’s David Cross Tweets A Photo Of His Trailer Window, And The Internet Lost It

Arrested Development fans rejoice.

Season 5 of the acclaimed comedy has officially started production and David Cross just made things real for everyone.

Cross, who plays Tobias Fünke on the show, tweeted out a photo of his trailer window:

(Tobias was a psycho-analyst and therapist, or as he liked to call it, the first “analrapist.”)

Assuming we’re all around to see the finished product, that is.

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