The "Arrested Development" cast has kept fans glued to their Twitter accounts with hope of more photos from the upcoming fourth season, but one recurring character from the Fox series almost slipped by us.
Judy Greer, who previously played George Bluth's (Jeffrey Tambor) secretary and mistress Kitty Sanchez, will be moseying her way back on screen for season four.
While Kitty lifted up her shirt to tell numerous Bluth family members to "say goodbye to these" (her new breast implants), it appears that she isn't long gone. Greer took to her Twitter on Thursday to post a cryptic message with a photo.
"Guess what I'm doing today......" Greer wrote, attaching a picture of dressing room door that says "Kitty."
Greer will return for the Netflix revival of "Arrested Development" with original cast members, including Michael Cera, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi and Will Arnett.
"Arrested Development" is also welcoming a couple newcomers. John Slattery of "Mad Men" will appear in a multi-episode arc reported TVLine, but his character has been kept under wraps.
The stars of Comedy Central's "Workaholics" have also been teasing their guest roles on the revived series. On Aug. 10, Erik Griffin who plays Montez on "Workaholics" tweeted a picture of his co-stars Adam DeVine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson on the set of "Arrested Development." Griffin and his three co-stars appear to be working for an airline, and possibly will interact with the Funke family, since Tobias was photographed at an airport baggage claim in a separate photo.
Season four of "Arrested Development" will air a reported 13 episodes in the spring of 2013 on Netflix.
Are you excited for season four of "Arrested Development?" What do you think of the return of Judy Greer's character, Kitty Sanchez?
Amanda Remling studied journalism at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ.
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