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“Arrested Development” season 4, currently available on Netflix, is something of a puzzle: Events early in the season are only fully explained later, and repeated many times over. Individual episodes move from 2006 to the present day from a new perspective each time. In short, it’s confusing and the biggest alteration of chronology in popular entertainment since Martin Amis’s “Time’s Arrow,” or the “Seinfeld” episode in India.
A Redditor has posted his own edit of the season, reduced from 15 to 12 episodes and presenting the action of season 4 in chronological, rather than recursive and zigzagging, order. Each episode is available for download — and while it’s hardly what the “Arrested” cast and crew may have intended, it might be good for those who feel Buster comes into the action way too late.
Daniel D'Addario is a staff reporter for Salon's entertainment section. Follow him on Twitter @DPD_More Daniel D'Addario.