Amber Nash is Archer’s ultimate secret weapon.
In the fourth episode of the season, we meet this season’s iteration of Barry: Ziegler, a German fighter pilot.
Is passivity the real answer to Barry’s prayers?
This week, the series makes some promising moves toward creating meaning within the parameters it’s set for itself.
From Ojka to The Do-Over.
Following his instinct for self-preservation, Barry does the unthinkable.
Who cares if Archer isn’t tunneling into its neuroses? Supersized Komodo dragons are afoot!
When risks don’t yield rewards, the outcome can be disastrous. Especially when you’re dealing with a madman like Taylor.
“I would laugh hysterically, because I had to release so much. And Robin, he’d always hang up on you after the loudest, best laugh you give him.”
What was happened to Sterling Archer?
“There’s stuff Amy can do that cracks me up immediately every time.”
At the Tribeca Film Festival, the veteran director professed his love for the film — and discussed Colin Kaepernick.
Including the time Sidney Poitier and Oprah set him straight.
Barry finally makes the right choice, even though it spells near-certain doom.
“I heard a lot of, ‘She doesn’t have a right to feel bad about herself because she looks however she looks.’”
The late Czech-American director was allergic to creative stagnation of any sort, constantly posing new challenges to himself.
Henry Winkler totally owns this episode.
Liquid Sky, which screens at Quad Cinemas starting April 13, constructed a monument to a specific strain of hedonism.
Love is hard work, and so is booking a network-TV gig.
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