From Liza Minnelli to Henry Winkler, "Arrested Development" played host to a bevy of famous faces during its brief three-year run.
To celebrate the return of the dysfunctional Bluth family, HuffPost TV assembled a handy guide to some of the stars you may have forgotten were ever on the late Fox series.
From familiar faces of "The Office" and "The Big Bang Theory" to Oscar and Emmy winners, check out 27 actors you forgot were on "Arrested Development," unless, of course, you're a diehard fan.
And feel free to chime in with more "Arrested Development" guest stars in the comments!
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Maggie Lizer
"Veep" star and Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus appeared as Maggie, an attorney and Michael's on-and-off girlfriend, in "Out on a Limb," "Hand to God," "Justice Is Blind" and "Altar Egos."
Amy Poehler as Wife of GOB
Will Arnett's now-ex-wife Amy Poehler played "Wife of GOB" in "Motherboy XXX," "Whistler's Mother," "Best Man for the Gob," "Justice Is Blind" and "Altar Egos."
Jane Lynch as Cindi Lightballoon
"Glee" star Jane Lynch played Cindi Lightballoon, a government mole sent to seduce George, in "Shock and Aww" and "Altar Egos."
Ed Begley Jr. as Stan Sitwell
Ed Begley Jr. appeared as real estate tycoon -- and Bluth family rival -- Stan Sitwell in "Development Arrested," "Ready, Aim, Marry Me," "Burning Love," "Queen for a Day" and "Switch Hitter."
Christine Taylor as Sally Sitwell
"Hey Dude" alumna Christine Taylor guest starred as Sally Sitwell, Stan's daughter and Michael Bluth's girlfriend, in "Out on a Limb" and "Burning Love"
Martin Mull as Gene Parmesan
"Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" star Martin Mull appeared as private eye Gene Parmesan in "Amigos" and made Lucille do <a href="http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mef88dZo5V1qh2nrho1_500.gif" target="_blank">this</a>.
Richard Belzer as Himself/Detective Munch
Richard Belzer appeared in two episodes of the former Fox series. In "S.O.B.s," he seemingly played himself and in "Exit Strategy," Belzer was featured as his long-running "Law & Order" and "Homicide" character Detective Jon Munch.
John Larroquette as Himself
"Boston Legal" star John Larroquette also appeared as himself in "S.O.B.s."
Zach Braff as Phillip Litt
"Scrubs" star Zach Braff appeared as Phillip Litt, the creator of video series "Girls With Low Self-Esteem" and a never-nude, in "S.O.B.s" and "Spring Breakout."
Andy Richter as Himself, Various Siblings
Conan O'Brien's longtime sidekick Andy Richter appeared as himself and various siblings in "S.O.B.s" and "Switch Hitter."
Judge Reinhold as Himself
"Beverly Hills Cop" star Judge Reinhold appeared as himself in "S.O.B.s" and "Fakin' It."
Jack McBrayer as Country Club Waiter
"30 Rock's" Jack McBrayer appeared as a waiter at the local country club in "Burning Love" and "S.O.B.s."
Carrie Preston as Jan Eagleman
"True Blood" star Carrie Preston appeared as Jan Eagleman in "Fakin' It."
Ben Siller as Tony Wonder
Ben Stiller played GOB's rival magician Tony Wonder in "S.O.B.s" and "Sword of Destiny."
Phyllis Smith as Carla
Before "The Office," Phyllis Smith appeared as board member Carla in "The Immaculate Election."
Ed Helms as James
Ed Helms appeared in "The One Where Michael Leaves" as realtor James, who Lindsay thought was hitting on her.
Richard Simmons as Himself
Richard Simmons appeared as himself in "Bringing Up Buster," but footage was also shown later in the series in "The One Where They Build a House."
Mo Collins as Starla
"MADtv's" Mo Collins appeared as Starla, a Bluth Company administrative assistant and Buster's girlfriend, in "Sword of Destiny," "Queen for a Day," "Switch Hitter," "Amigos" and "The One Where They Build a House."
Thomas Jane as Himself
Thomas Jane appeared as himself and a love interest for Lindsay in "The One Where They Build a House."
Alan Tudyk as Pastor Veal
"Firefly" alum and "Suburgatory" star Alan Tudyk appeared as Ann Veal's (Mae Whitman) father, Pastor Veal, in "Meat the Veals."
Ione Skye as Mrs. Veal
"Say Anything" star Ione Skye appeared as Mrs. Veal, Ann Veal's mother, in "Meat the Veals."
Craig Robinson as Secruity Guard
"The Office" star Craig Robinson appeared as a security guard in "Switch Hitter."
Jeff Garlin as Mort Meyers
Jeff Garlin appeared as studio executive Mort Meyers in seven episodes of "Arrested Development": "Switch Hitter," "Queen for a Day," "Spring Breakout," "Righteous Brothers," "Mr. F," "Making a Stand" and "Development Arrested."
Charlize Theron as Rita Leeds
Oscar winner Charlize Theron appeared in several episodes of "Arrested Development" Season 3 as Rita Leeds, a British woman Michael Bluth nearly marries. Check her out in "For British Eyes Only," "Forget-Me-Now," "Notapusy," "Mr. F" and "The Ocean Walker."
Dave Thomas as Uncle Trevor
Dave Thomas guest starred in Season 3 as Uncle Trevor, Rita's guardian, in "For British Eyes Only," "Forget-Me-Now," "Notapusy," "Mr. F" and "The Ocean Walker."
Simon Helberg as Jeff
"The Big Bang Theory" star Simon Helberg appeared in "Meat the Veals" as Jeff, a film studio employee.
Armie Hammer as Student No. 2
"The Social Network" star Armie Hammer appeared as Student No. 2 in "The Immaculate Election."