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Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

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Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

WATCH  |Tony Hale sat in the backseat with Circa Correspondent Stephanie Abrams and chatted about what's next for Buster and "Arrested Development."  And yes, we took him to buy a watermelon for a backyard BBQ.  Oh Tony... Sometimes you're a little like Buster.  Just a little.

Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

WATCH  | You've seen Tony and Julia's amazing chemistry on "Veep," and according to Tony it all starts out behind the scenes.  Tony talks about the political satire, those ROFL moments that can't be suppressed, and when he turns to mom for advice.

Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

WATCH  | Tony's characters are full of anxiety.  Emasculated?  Yes.  Meek?  Yes. He talks about how real life moments helped him capture those emotions, the differences in his characters Buster and Gary, and whether he ever brings those personas home after a hard day's work.

Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

WATCH  | You may know Tony the most from his hit shows, but he's got a lot of other project going on, including a couple independent films.  He shares stories about the characters who are more serious and less anxious.

Tony Hale talks 'Arrested Development' while we take him to buy a watermelon

WATCH  | Tony Hale actually met his wife, Emmy award-winning makeup artist Martel Thompson, when he formed a group for Christian actors to discuss their work and religion. He's always been a man of faith and he shared how it keeps him centered.

Tony Hale talks about his involvement with the International Justice Mission

WATCH  | Tony works with the international Justice Mission to help underprivileged families around the world deal with horrors from sex trafficking to violence.  He talks about how thinking about his ten year old daughter makes him want to do everything he can to help.

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