By Dan Snierson
Updated October 13, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT
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This morning, Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz tweeted a sneak preview of the fifth season of his ultra-dysfunctional family comedy.

[Ron Howard voice] Actually, he didn’t.

Okay, no, he didn’t — it was “Trump-rested Development,” a video made by NeverCaesar that fact-checks the claims made by Donald Trump at the debate with the help of narrator Ron Howard’s vocal contributions to the series. Topics covered include Trump’s assertion that he did a good job with the Obama birther controversy, that pregnancy is an inconvenience to employers, and that he’s developed good relationships “over the last little while” with the African-American community. Click on the video above and let the great experiment begin!

The real season 5 of Arrested Development is expected to hit Netflix sometime next year. Or certainly by the next election.

Click here to see what Hurwitz said this summer about Trump jokes in season 5 of Arrested Development.

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