Celebrate the return of 'Arrested Development' with the Chicken Dance

GOB Bluth can't do the dance, but others around the world can.

Arnett and BatemanArnett and BatemanWill Arnett and Jason Bateman in Season 4 of "Arrested Development." (Photo: Michael Yarish / Netflix)

Why does "Arrested Development" get so much love? Because the trials and tribulations of the Bluth family are just so darn funny, that's why. So fans of the show were happy to hear the news from producer Brian Grazer that the next season of the show, premiering on Netflix at a still-to-be-determined date, will consist of 17 episodes.

That's all he said. No date, no idea if the season will play out like the interconnected, complicated season that debuted on Netflix in 2013. But that's a heck of a lot of episodes to look forward to. So in celebration, here are videos of people from around the world doing the Chicken Dance, something that you do at every ballgame and wedding but for some reason, GOB Bluth (Will Arnett) has no idea how to execute (then again, no one else in the Bluth family knows how to do one, either):

Here are two young women who traveled to Israel and did the Chicken Dance in different locations:

Some cute kids did the dance at the Havil International School in Malaysia:

The crowd before a cricket match at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds in Australia set a record for biggest Chicken Dance:

This guy in Mexico is an honorary Bluth:

So is this guy, which he demonstrated on "The Price Is Right":

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