With the fourth season premiere only days away, it seems Arrested Development is on everyone's lips — even Canada's opposition leader Thomas Mulcair.

Mulcair, head of the New Democratic Party, was speaking in the House of Commons on the subject of $3.1 billion in unaccounted anti-terrorism spending, when he dropped this gem: "Is the money just in the wrong filing cabinet, is it hidden in the minister’s gazebo, is the money in the banana stand?"

As Canada.com notes, there were only $250,000 in the walls of the Bluth family's frozen banana stand, so the question of the missing $3.1 billion remains.

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"Sounds like someone’s made a huge mistake, or at least didn’t leave a note," quips Canada.com news editor Lauren Strapagiel. "You always leave a note."

[H/T: Uproxx]