Thursday 10:00 PM on FX Premiered Jan 14, 2010 In Season



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AIRED ON 4/2/2015

Season 6 : Episode 13

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Sterling Archer is the world's most dangerous spy. He works for a spy agency run by his mother. In between dealing with his boss and his co-workers - one of whom is his ex-girlfriend - Archer manages to annoy or seduce everyone that crosses his path. His antics are only excusable because at the end of the day, he still somehow always manages to thwart whatever crises was threatening mankind.

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  • Still Funny

    Rife with sop***ric humor, Archer is still as irreverant as always.

    Stirling Archer is a crass and entitled momma's boy who belittles (and sometimes shoots) his coworkers, treats women as sexual objects, abuses his elderly butler, and generally creates mayhem wherever he goes. His success as an agent is largely considered a result of blind luck and superior genetics as opposed to actual skill.

    Yet despite this, he is actually a charismatic extrovert, who craves human contact and at times even shows genuine compassion for others, even his adversaries. It is this dynamic with others, a contradiction of sorts that makes the show funny. His peers tend to view him with contempt and begrudging respect, in equal measure.

    The writing and voice acting are top notch. Not all jokes land all the time, but when do they ever? Plot takes a back seat in this character driven series and you definitely get to know and care about this band of misfits. Definitely worth a watch!moreless
  • the Archer tactleneck exists now

    Just found this sweet partnership between Archer and they designed a tactleneck since the show is launching tonight. Product description is hilar 168607
  • I shouldn't be enjoying this as much as I am

    Archer is an incredibly funny, amazingly smart and deliciously witty show. With all the thrills and intrigue of a secret agency, Archer goes the extra mile (or extra 10 miles) over to the crazy side.

    The insults and comments come with no warning at all and there really isn't an area that Sterling Archer leaves untouched. I shouldn't really be enjoying this show but I just really am.

    Great work. Keep doing what you're doing.moreless
  • Never laughed so hard!

    As one reviewer stated, Who wouldn't want to be Archer? James Bond meets Dumb and Dumber. Hard drinking like Bond but dumb as an eggplant and as funny as Woody Allen in his slapstick days (think Bananas, Sleeper) This is the funniest show on TV without a doubt. Hard to believe the development between the character personalities is animated. Fantastic writing throughout all seasons. Can;t wait for more seasons! Highest recommendation, but not for kidsmoreless
  • Possibley the Greatest Animated Comedy ever

    When I first saw previews for Archer, I thought it looked fairly humorous, but I had no intentions of actually picking the show up. I assumed, much like Family Guy, all of the jokes would be in the promos, and the rest of the series would leave a sour taste in my mouth. Then my buddy brought over the season one DVD (this was probably a month after the release of said DVD), and I figured "What the hell, it's worth a

    Jesus God, I fell in love. Every little moment of this show is comedy gold, from the clever dialogue coming from just about every character, to the insane characters themselves (looking at you, Carol... . The animation team does a great job making the show look beautiful, and the use of an ambiguous time period makes this show all the more interesting.

    If you're wondering whether or not you want to watch this show; just watch it....moreless

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    cartoon violence, Espionage, frat guy humor, gunfights, issues with authority