Fans of the cult favorite TV show Arrested Development already have this Sunday blocked off the calendar. That’s when Netflix will release all 15 episodes of the latest season. FOX canceled the show seven years ago, yet it has only grown in stature.

While the program is a comedic masterpiece, far more interesting is its choice of setting: Orange County, California. What statements does Arrested Development make about OC in the show—and what lessons can we learn about its warnings?

Gustavo Arellano of the OC Weekly joined KCRW’s Steve Chiotakis for Orange County Line.

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  • Michael Bluth said:

    Don't call it that.

  • Yolo said:

    Don't call Orange County, OC? Why not?

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