Malory's career is threatened when a sensitive videotape falls into the hands of a rogue (and roguish) Cuban agent, so she calls on Archer's expertise in seduction to turn the tables on her blackmailer.




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Episode cast overview:
Sterling Archer (voice)
Cheryl Tunt (voice)
Pam Poovey (voice)
Cyril Figgis (voice)
Lana Kane (voice)
Malory Archer (voice)
Charles (voice)
Ramon Limon (voice)
Woodhouse (voice)
Peter Newman ...
Ray Gillette (voice)
Doctor Krieger (voice)
Rudi (voice)


Malory and Nikolai have committed hard-core hanky panky; Cuban agent, Ramon Limon, has the goods on Malory--on tape. Archer is the only one Malory can trust and asks him to go to Miami to work "The Honeypot." This is usually Archer's very favorite spy ruse, but he is not happy when he hears logistics. Enter Woodhouse and two genuine gay guys, Charles and Rudi, to insure Archer goes from sneezing glitter to burying roosters to bonding. Will Archer throw up his ceviche before he can grab the sex tape? Claymore is not the only thing that blows in a volatile Miami spy caper. Written by LA-Lawyer

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4 February 2010 (USA)  »

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First episode where Woodhouse's wartime love, "Reggie" is mentioned. See more »


[first lines]
Malory Archer: Oh! Oh! I cannot believe you! Are you out of your big, fat Russian skull? Of all the dumb stunts you - Nikolai, how could you do this?
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Closing Theme 'The Killer'
Written by Mel Young
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20 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Archer is sent to Florida to have a tryst with a gay Cuban. Apparently, Fidel Castro hates gay people and this man is in a power position. Archer is repulsed at first but then realizes he has to do this because his mother threatens him. There are a series of silly encounters with the man, who is blackmailing Mallory, and another set of meetings with actual gay men. As is usually the case, there are a number of homophobic remarks and politically incorrect comments. Still, it is pretty funny. As is the usual case, there are several people who are involved in all of the political mess. Archer's manservant is one of the best characters in the series. In this, he wants badly to have new clothes.

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