Over in England a new series has been picked up starring David Cross (Arrested Development) and his co-star from that same show Will Arnett. The show is titled The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and has Cross working in a business office under the watch of Arnett. The show almost feels like a hybrid between Arrested Development and The Office, although that could tentatively change. Also featured in it is Spike Jonze, director of Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, and Where the Wild Things Are. Apparently, however, this may only be for the pilot episode and will not carry over when the series begins production past this initial pilot.
The full first episode can be viewed right below, thanks to The Playlist. What incentive do you need to watch it besides the fact that it stars David Cross, Will Arnett, and Spike Jonze? I should hope nothing more.
What do you think of this pilot? Would you want to watch the rest of the series?
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