The 404 1,275: Where we give Tony Hale a hand (podcast)

We're very proud to have actor Tony Hale on the show today. You know him from "Arrested Development" and "Veep." He tells us about auditioning for the role of Buster, the Internet's hand in the success of "Arrested Development," and the cinematic future of the series.

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We're very proud to have Tony Hale on the show today. You probably know him as Buster Bluth on "Arrested Development" and most recently as Gary Walsh on "Veep." We get him on Skype today to talk about this weekend's long-anticipated fourth season return of "Arrested" and the moment he learned that Netflix would release all 15 episodes at once.

We'll also go back to the beginning and get the story about the audition process, the steps that led up to creating the Buster character, and the suggestion that perhaps the show was a little ahead of its time. Finally, he'll tell us the difficulty in keeping a straight face working alongside so many character-driven comedians, and what the future holds for the series.

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