I'm sorry to report that your regular intrepid Archer reviewer was unable to make it to the post tonight, and left the Archer Season 4 premiere, " Fugue and Riffs ," in the capable (burn!) hands of - ME! Archer with amnesia had me laughing out loud mor more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Fugue and Riffs," the fourth season premiere of the FX animated comedy "Archer," in which Archer gets amnesia, and winds up in a place familiar to TV animation fans. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/se more
Archer blasts off with its finale from season 3, or technically season 3.5 "Space Race, Part 2," as Archer and the ISIS crew fight their way through space (with guest star Bryan Cranston) to escape a mutiny on an international space station. While thoroug more
Archer ended its third season tonight with the conclusion to its two part episode, " Space Race . And, man, from the second Archer announced he left his light saber in his other space pants, you knew you were in for a solid ending.
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Sterling Archer has no problem dominating evil forces on earth. But on Thursday's (March 22) season finale, he faces the most challenging situation yet, being held hostage in space.When last we left off, Archer (H. Jon Benjamin) and the Isis gang have bee more
Finally! This week we took a much anticipated return to the Danger Zone . Even if Archer couldn't get Commander Drake (Bryan Cranston) to say it.
Unfortunately, that return to the Zone of Danger also means coming to an end of our third season. Yes, thi more
Archer blasts off with its latest from season 3, or technically season 3.5 "Space Race, Part 1," as Archer and the ISIS crew head into space (with guest star Bryan Cranston) to stop a mutiny on an international space station. While seemingly unrelated to more
Archer drives along with its latest from season 3, or technically season 3.5 with "Skin Game," as Archer finds his long-lost love Katya resurrected as a cyborg, but their reunited bliss becomes threatened once more by Bionic Barry. Less of a plot-driven more