October 4th, 2012
05:27 PM ET
If you've been obsessively watching for updates on "Arrested Development's" return and regularly come up with ways to slip "Come on!" into the conversation, Netflix is looking for you.
The streaming entertainment service, which announced last fall that it'll host new episodes of "Arrested Development" in 2013, is seeking six fans for walk-on roles.
Starting now, fans in the States (sorry, international "Arrested Development" obsessives!) can enter the contest by creating a relevant, imaginative piece of "Arrested Development" content.
It can be in the form of video (but if so, it has to be under two minutes), a photograph, original artwork or whatever else the contestant comes up with. Entries can be submitted on Tumblr, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #BluthWalkOn, or they can be submitted to the website YoureGonnaGetSomeWalkOns.com. No pressure, but you should know that the cast and producers will review the contributions and select the winners.
Entries will be accepted through Tuesday, October 16, so get to work! The six winners will be sent to Los Angeles (expenses paid, of course) to shoot a walk-on appearance that will appear in one of the upcoming fourth season's episodes.
Series creator and executive producer Mitch Hurwitz said in a statement, “The Bluths have walked on so many people we thought it was only fair to let a few fans walk on them. Come see behind-the-scenes and for God's sake, please don't touch anything!”
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