PHOTOS: ‘Arrested Development’ frozen banana stand in NYC

The “Arrested Development” Bluth’s Original Banana Stand has landed in New York City.

The banana stand was across from Radio City Music Hall on Monday.

According to Angelina Levy, who took the above photos, there was an impressive wait for frozen bananas and a photo op.

“The line was incredibly long and stretched far around the block,” Levy said. “I thought they might run out of bananas.”

Don’t fret if you couldn’t make it today. The banana stand will be in New York City for another three days, through Thursday.

Tuesday’s location is Columbus Circle from noon to 7 p.m.

“Everyone seemed excited to get free frozen bananas and possibly catch a glimpse of someone from the ‘Arrested Development’ cast,” Levy said.

According to Gothamist, 1,500 frozen bananas are available each day. When the bananas run out, fans will likely be given a chance to go into the banana stand. They will also distribute stickers and photos.

Terry Crews, known from his Old Spice commercials, will put in a turn as a guest star on the new “Arrested Development” season on Netflix. He will make an appearance at the banana stand Tuesday at Columbus Circle from noon to 1 p.m. to promote the show.

We leave you with one of our favorite “Arrested Development” quotes about frozen bananas.

Follow Mary Ann Georgantopoulos on Twitter @marygeorgant


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