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I enjoyed this episode even less than the first... So far, Arrested is like the Bluth family: self-involved - and even, yes, greedy.
As easy as it is to appreciate the nods and references to elements from the show's previous seasons, "Borderline Personalities" is most intriguing when it's creating plot threads to weave in future episodes.
While it had some standout moments, it was notably weak for a show that has delivered in the way [Arrested Development] has.
"Borderline Personalities" [i]s one of the show's biggest duds.
Still not wholly loving the show, but it does include one of the best scenes ever made in Arrested in which Lucille smokes into Buster's mouth and he blows it out the window.
Arrested Development is a program that wrung a lot of laughs out of events that were supposed to happen in future installments-but didn't-so it's truly, truly frustrating to watch these episodes get so hung up on the past.
Mary Lynn Rajskub was excellent as Artfire, the desert ingenue who only communicates with thoughts.