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Jeffrey Tambor by Cliff Lipson/CBS
Jeers to Welcome to the Captain for wasting the talents of Jeffrey Tambor. The guy costarred in two of the greatest sitcoms of all time, Arrested Development (as felonious patriarch George Bluth and his hippie-dippie twin Oscar) and The Larry Sanders Show (as unctuous sidekick Hank Kingsley), but he's stranded in CBS' laugh-free new dud as washed-up ex-Three's Company writer "Uncle Saul." (Captain can't even figure out how to make an in-joke out of the fact that Tambor was on the jiggle-com's spin-off, The Ropers.) But don't lose hope, Tambor fans: Possibly due to the success of the Jason Bateman/Michael Cera vehicle Juno, there's talk of an Arrested Development movie. As Hank Kingsley used to say, "Hey now!" Read and react to Bruce's opinions on Katie Couric's Q&A of Hillary Clinton, Lipstick Jungle and more! Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or i...
Jeffrey Tambor, Welcome to the Captain
From Arrested Development's George Bluth Sr to The Larry Sanders Show's Hank ("Hey now!") Kingsley, Jeffrey Tambor has made a career of playing scene-stealing characters. And in CBS' new sitcom Welcome to the Captain (tonight at 8:30 pm/ET) — which features an odd assortment of tenants in a Hollywood apartment building — Tambor adds another eccentric to his canon as Uncle Saul, the Captain's good-hearted resident busybody.
TV Guide: What attracted you to this sitcom?Jeffrey Tambor: I read the script and thought Uncle Saul was a lot of fun. He reminds me of every single one of my uncles and a lot of my father. I also like that it's one-camera, which I think is better for our times now. And I get to dress very comfortably, which is sort of selfish on my part.
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