So, given how much time has passed, and how signiciant Arrested Development's influence has since proven to be subsequent comedy shows (not to mention the popularity some of the cast found since its original run, and the careers of various people involved which have since flourished, ie. the Russo brothers), has anyone ever thought about attempting to create and publish an official encyclopedia/guide for the show? Quite a few other shows (both mainstream and cult) have had such projects taken on - successfully, too. And while I know there's already an abundance of collective data and what-not online, I think Arrested Development has earned the right to something more substanstial. Namely, something physical that can make our book collections more awesome.
Certainly, it would at least be nice to archive the complete lexicon of the show in one place, in a cohesive and accessible format. More importantly, the fact that I recently walked into a bookstore and saw an encyclopedic guide to The Big bleeping Bang Theory (and other equally medicore shows), yet not AD (or, nothing to my knowledge, anyway)?... Well, that's just not right, I tells ya!
Seriously though, I'm aware the logistics of making this idea a reality are most certainly not going to be in our favour (nor do I think we should even bother anytime soon, with the reboot supposedly just around the corner and all), I just found it an interesting idea. What do you guys think?