An Archer Community
Thursday 10:00 PM on FX
Newest
TV.com Staff
Story
Jul 20, 2015
R.I.P. George Coe
Grumpyclown

Veteran actor George Coe - whose most recent role was the voice of Woodhouse on Archer - passed away on Saturday after a long battle with illness, aged 86.

  • Post
  • Photo
  • Discussion
  • Video
  • Quote
Example: "You look mahvelous!" - Billy Crystal as Fernando
Settings
Show vote totals before vote occurs
Exclusive voting: allow only one option to be selected at a time
Multiple votes: allow more than one vote per user (after a page refresh)
Sort options by most votes
Publish
Edit
Preview
Cancel
  • Post
  • Photo
  • Discussion
  • Video
  • Quote
Example: "You look mahvelous!" - Billy Crystal as Fernando
Settings
Show vote totals before vote occurs
Exclusive voting: allow only one option to be selected at a time
Multiple votes: allow more than one vote per user (after a page refresh)
Sort options by most votes
Publish
Edit
Preview
Cancel
Story
Apr 05, 2015
Archer 'Drastic Voyage: Part II" Review
'Why would you want to work for these Ivy-League white-shoe DC pricks? That's not who we are! We're the outsiders, the scrappy underdogs! We're Delta House, the Dirty Dozen, the Rebel Alliance, the Commitments! We're the Bad News Freakin' Bears, and our Lupus is an openly gay cyborg dying of sepsis in a wheelbarrow!'



And that’s how you (in this case Archer) say goodbye to the CIA and enter a new world of exciting new adventures. And it felt right, the combination with the CIA did not bring us the spying adventures we had hoped for.

But before arriving at that lonely point in the desert where they were stranded (probably somewhere in New Mexico), there was this mission in a miniaturized submarine to save Dr. Kovacs by getting rid of a blood clot in his brain. Well, contrary to the story this was all ...Read more
Story
Mar 21, 2015
Archer: "Achub Y Morfilod" Review
While Archer tries to take Lana on a romantic holiday to have some time to talk over the Katya situation, we are treated on a piece of Welsh history. And, as we could have expected, the trip was also a business one.

After last weeks intervention by the ‘idiots’, as Archer calls them, we see our lovebirds just a few hours after the end of that episode. Lana is waking up in the back of the car, still wearing the lingerie she wore in Archers flat. She almost strangles Archer for drugging her and then abducting her in a CIA plane to Wales.



In a storyline that could easily have led to another break up, that breakup did not happen as both showed an almost unfamiliar maturity in their behaviour. It was on the edge, but still. One might even say it has strengthened their relationship. In the end, Lana ...Read more
Story
Mar 29, 2015
Archer "Drastic Voyage: Part I" Review
Just like I asked for, the whole crew got together to face another assignment. In this penultimate episode of the 6th season, the assignment was a good vehicle for every character to be at their best and we even saw a little character development. Krieger is NOT an Adolf Hitler clone (at least he claims he is not)! And I suspect he might not even be a clone at all. Although, his former self had never denied it. Might this one be a clone after all? The love story between Archer and Lana was not blatantly obvious any more, but baby A.J. again gave us weakest part in the discussions of this episode as it seemed to affect Lana in her secret agent stuff.

Let’s start with the obvious: the setup is not only a nod to the film ‘Fantastic Voyage’, but almost a remake with another cast ...Read more
Story
Mar 14, 2015
Archer: 'Reignition Sequence' Review
Coming home from a holiday one can only hope that the episodes waiting would be awesome. And yes, they pretty were. You did not get a review (yet), but for different reasons I was really amused. One of those reasons was that there was a bit of spying involved. But having had ‘Vision Quest’, where the group had interacted tremendously in a bottle episode without spying, that does not seem to be necessary. Then I watched this episode and to be honest, it still is trying to grow on me. Where some of the last episodes had me right away, this one just hadn’t. The final verdict will not take it into the higher regions of this season.

On a macro level, the episode was about how much Archer has grown as a character. Did they pull it off? Does it attribute to the series?

The whole episode is ...Read more
staff
big questions
Apr 22, 2015
What's Next for FX, Now That Justified and Sons of Anarchy Are Gone?
Without those two tentpoles, the network's programming slate is full of question marks, aging offerings, and a weird mix of good shows with bad ratings and bad shows with solid ratings.
staff
2010 – 2015
Mar 24, 2015
TV.com's Top 30 Shows of the Past Five Years, Vol. 3: #10–1
This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
staff
2010 – 2015
Mar 19, 2015
TV.com's Top 30 Shows of the Past Five Years, Vol. 2: #20–11
This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
Story
Feb 14, 2015
Archer: Sitting
We knew it, we knew it, we knew it. The day would come that Lana had to leave A.J. with Archer and we knew it would be bad. We’ve seen Malory babysitting baby A.J. in The Archer Sanction, we think Woodhouse looked after her in Vision Quest (Archer mentions him in the opening scene as a babysitter), but now the inevitable arrives: Lana has to leave her with her drinking, lying, unreliable father (who also happens to be our major hero). One could pose the question why not one of the other members of the team, but posing it is answering it. She could end up as the bet in a poker game.



Leaving baby A.J. with Archer for the first time reeks of some kind of test by Lana. We know she doesn’t trust him (rightly so) and she usually challenges his commitment. When ...Read more
Follow this Show
Members
2,939
Episode 13 Season 6
Drastic Voyage: Part II
Aired
4.2.2015
Episode 12 Season 6
Drastic Voyage: Part I
Aired
3.26.2015
Episode 11 Season 6
Achub Y Morfilod
Aired
3.19.2015
Episode 10 Season 6
Reignition Sequence
Aired
3.12.2015
Episode 9 Season 6
Pocket Listing
Aired
3.5.2015
Sterling Archer
Cheryl Tunt
Pam Poovey
Cyril Figgis
Lana Kane

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.

moreless