When Malory invites her ISIS drones to a dinner party at her home, there has to be a catch. And there is a catch: Malory wants the U.N. contract from stuffy Torvald Utne, the guest of honour. Everyone but Archer shows up with a date, including sensual "Carina," squired by Woodhouse. Malory bans Archer's "hoors," who Malory claims always pilfer her medicine cabinet. Utne is bored and repelled by the ISIS crew until Archer hits an ATM machine and returns with a blond, willowy bag of eye candy. Malory has two murderous Huns in her kitchen, supposedly helping her hatch her plot. But nobody expected "The Needle." When Archer goes for the baby aspirin and ends up talking to Tiny Man, he wonders if Malory switched the aspirin for LSD. It all turns into a team-building project: if eating Longpig is the only other alternative, the remaining dinner guests are happy to help Malory's neighbour redecorate. It's win-lose-lose: except for Trudy Beekman! Written by
Did You Know?
When Archer stumbles upon Elke's compact with the video screen as Major Jakov tries to contact her, at one point Jakov says "What is the frequency?" to which Archer quizzically replies "Kenneth?" This is a reference to the song "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" by the band R.E.M. See more
The Olympic shot putter?
The chairman of the UN intelligence committee. Do you not even skim the briefings in your inbox?
I have an inbox?
Closing Theme 'The Killer'
Written by Mel Young See more