If I could have a crush on an animated gay man, it would be Ray Gillette. He's funny and generally saner than everyone else at ISIS, and completely deserving of his own Archer episode.
Archer drives along with its latest from season 3, or technically season 3.5 with "Bloody Ferlin," as Archer accompanies Ray Gillette to his hometown of West Virginia to rescue his brother Randy (Jack McBrayer) from a corrupt sheriff . It's a bit of more
Wow. Who would have thought for these last six epiosdes months, Ray has been faking it?!? I mean, don't get me wrong, it sucks standing around waiting for a cab and all, but... what!? This week's opening of " Bloody Ferlin ," with Archer and Lana inv more
Of all the things on Archer that can make me cringe (and there are many of them), the topic that always gets to me is any mention of Malory Archer's sex life. So here's an entire episode about th... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/02 more
Every single time we go to Malory's apartment for a dinner party we have to watch the ISIS gang get rid of a dead body. Granted, we've only been there twice. However, this season's dinner party was even better than season one's " Killing Utne ." Sure, the more
Wow, let that be an impressive lesson in product placement. On this week's Archer , Sterling received a very impressive spy-modified Dodge Challenger for his birthday. While Malory quite clearly stated how little Dodge kicked in this episode, it was a sti more
Archer drives along with its latest from season 3, or technically season 3.5 with "Drift Problem," as a spy car given as a gift for Archer's birthday winds up stolen, sending the ISIS agent on a rampage to see it returned. More or less, we liked his more
Sterling Archer has always wanted to fight on top of a train. In this week's Archer, he finally gets his wish, with hilarious results.