Archer

Season 4 Episode 5

Viscous Coupling

9
Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 14, 2013 on FX
8.7
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Archer is feeling lonely when he realizes that everyone in the ISIS office has a date except him. However, an unexpected phone call soon has him setting off on a mission of love.

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  • Vicious Coupling

    9.0
    Archer delivered a particularly strong episode that delivered in terms of laughs as well as in getting back to the love triangle between Barry, Katya, and him. Katya asks him to held Barry build a rocket to get off of the space station. Archer plots to frame Barry for cheating on her to win Katya back and produces a horribly taped (laughably so) and edited together bit of conversation between Krieger (who is helping Barry in the promise of seeing a robot fight) and Barry on live chat. Seeing Lana and Cyril get back together sort of was a little odd but nice because it was one of the season 1 things that worked so well. And Archer's total forgetfulness of "proving himself" to Lana was a nicely done too as well as his new thing of tormenting people who called him by just letting it ring. But Barry gets down the Earth, Katya knows that Archer is trying to dupe her and admits to manipulating him. But this episode had a very fast pace to it that made the jokes seem even better since they kept piling up on one another. A very solid Valentine's Day episode of our favorite politically incorrect spy show that's animated.moreless
Ona Grauer

Ona Grauer

Katya Kazanova

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Adam Reed (I)

Adam Reed (I)

Ray Gillette

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Lucky Yates

Lucky Yates

Doctor Krieger

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Dave Willis

Dave Willis

Barry Dillon

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    • Crew Additions and Clarifications: Chad Hurd (Associate Art Director), Jon Bass (Background Director), TJ Buford (Illustration Director), Robert Paraguassu (3D Animation Director)
      Mark Parsons (Lead Animator), Mark Paterson (Senior Animator), Thomas Weiser (Senior Animator), Marcus Rosentrater (Senior Animator)
      Wes Parham (3D Animator), Andrea Sipl (3D Animator), Julian St. Pierre (3D Animator)
      Adam Toews (Lead Illustrator), Kelton Hamm (Senior Illustrator), Jason Li (Senior Illustrator), Dan Murdoch (Senior Illustrator), Ron States (Senior Illustrator)
      Ji Li (Background Designer)
      April Babcock (Illustrator), Myke Chapman (Illustrator), Chelsey Cline (Illustrator), Alexandra Coward (Illustrator), Leonard Destefano (Illustrator), Evan Hart (Illustrator), David Kuettel (Illustrator), Sagan Lacy (Illustrator), Beth Lewis (Illustrator), Shannon Manor (Illustrator), Jennifer Montes (Illustrator), Merritt Pedrick (Illustrator), Ploy Rojanavipat (Illustrator), Dominike Stanton (Illustrator), Stephen Slesinski (Illustrator), Robin Stanberry (Illustrator), Dagny Stumberger (Illustrator), Tedwood Strong (Illustrator), Chris Westgate (Illustrator), Kyna Taylor (Illustrator), Jorge Velez (Illustrator), Fernando Vazquez (Illustrator), E. Michael Walker (Illustrator), Eric Warren (Illustrator), Chaz Zoubek (Illustrator)
      Justin Kennedy (Assistant Manager), Jamie Moss (Assistant Manager)
      Kat Shea (Costume & Styling)
      Michael Kohler (Sound Design & Mix)
      Scott Simms (Theme Song)
      Pierre Cerrato (Animatic Editor)
      Neal Biggs (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Cody Cobler (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Chad Koerner (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Jim Lammers (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Andy Lozano (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Mason Rhoades (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Lane Meister (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Chad Risner (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Mary Shields (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Matt Tyree (3D Modeling & Backgrounds)

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